An Airbus A320-212 operated by Delta Airlines takes off from JFK Airport on August 24, 2019 in New York City.
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Domestic travel within North America, Australia and Southeast Asia could be on course to return to normal by June if current efforts aimed at curbing the coronavirus outbreak are successful, according to the CEO of Australia’s largest travel agency.
International travel, meanwhile, could be on hold for another six months, Flight Centre’s Graham Turner told CNBC’s “Street Signs.”
“My feeling is, and this is in places like Southeast Asia, Australia, North America, the domestic side of things will start picking up, start returning to normal, mainly on government dictates, in June,” he said Tuesday.
Graham said he was unsure whether that would be “early, mid or late June.”
“But the more international side of it we think it’s probably going to be more September, October, which is, you know, six months away,” he added.
The travel CEO noted, however, that…