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Finn Butler

The Airport Experience in a post Covid-19 World

For many Australians, air travel is an essential part of our life – whether to see family, an interstate commute for work or the holiday of a lifetime. The absence of a viable intercity rail system coupled with the sheer size of Australia, has meant that air travel has become embedded within our national identity; two of the busiest air routes in the world are found in Australia, with each Australian flying 2.9 times per year as compared to 2.4 flights per year for the average American citizen.

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Finn Butler

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Kate Pleban

Is this the end of the humble push button?

The city as we know it, is changing. Amidst the global pandemic of COVID-19 our cities, our neighbourhoods and our people have had to adapt to a new way of being. Physical distancing restrictions have changed the way we communicate, connect, interact, move and function within both our public and private worlds.

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Kate Pleban

Travel Behaviours

The ‘new normal’ is a hot topic. Whilst it’s not yet clear exactly what this will be, it’s clear that our travel behaviours post-Coronavirus will be different to those before it. As a regular commuter I’m already starting to think about how my daily journey to London might change when lockdown is eased or ended.

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12 hours agoIn response to #COVID__19 we created a series of #posters to help articulate new processes and behaviours. They are… https://t.co/8T6wyYx0ze