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300 passengers scheduled to touchdown in Rarotonga

Thursday 13 January 2022 | Written by Al Williams | Published in National, Travel

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300 passengers scheduled to touchdown in Rarotonga
The Air New Zealand check in counter at the Rarotonga International Airport equipped with Covid-19 safety protocols. AL WILLIAMS/22011212

Cook Islands is preparing to welcome its first flight of international visitors in nearly five-months despite ongoing concerns surrounding the developing Omicron variant.

Cook Islands is preparing to welcome its first flight of international visitors in nearly five-months despite ongoing concerns surrounding the developing Omicron variant.


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