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Monday 18 July 2022 | Written by Sian Solomon | Published in National, Travel

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Airline and airport ‘chaos’ lead to delays and cancellations
Passengers disembark their aircraft and make their way to the terminal at Rarotonga International Airport. Photo: COOK ISLANDS NEWS/21101416

After two long years of Covid-19 restrictions and staycations, travel has come roaring back in countries like the Cook Islands. However, the return has brought with it a slew of problems as airports and airlines struggle to satisfy a surge in demand.

After two long years of Covid-19 restrictions and staycations, travel has come roaring back in countries like the Cook Islands. However, the return has brought with it a slew of problems as airports and airlines struggle to satisfy a surge in demand.


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