(admittedly not the whole interview)
A timeline was being bandied around - domestic air travel up in July and international September. I immediately felt a sense of panic - I won't be finished all my jobs....I think the comment was genuine and considered and based on current situations. I know it will end, but this quite shocked me.
Was there a rush to prune back the tree when there were more people out to see it?
It was more about the foundations than the aesthetic look
Domestic I can believe, international I'd be surprised except perhaps on a limited basis (e.g. between Australia and NZ). Things seem not to be turning totally pear-shaped at the rate which was feared, although quite a few state governments seem to think they're not doing their jobs if they go through a day without announcing a new restriction (a lot of which seems to involve putting up higher and higher walls against other states with very similar infection rates to their own).
It seems a bit disturbing that just a fortnight or so after Virgin's slashed their services that they're already asking the government for a billion dollar rescue package. Don't they have the equivalent of super to tide them through the tough times?