Soccer teams, film crews, family bubbles - a win for charter flights during pandemic

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The pandemic might have created new opportunities to cater for people with limited time. (iStock)
The pandemic might have created new opportunities to cater for people with limited time. (iStock)

Charter flights – a luxury option once reserved for the very few – have seen a boost thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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