Australia Post has resumed the “Economy Air” international delivery service for parcels to New Zealand and the United Kingdom. However, due to increasing restrictions across Europe there may be further delays in receiving your parcel.
Please read the latest update from Australia Post that was released today (10th November 2020).
10 November 2020
Several governments across Europe including France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Slovenia, Belgium and Greece have advised that due to the increasing infections of COVID-19, they have increased restrictions in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus. As a result, there may be some delivery delays to these destinations, and the estimated delivery times listed below may be impacted. We are also reviewing the situation in the United Kingdom and whether the new national restrictions may lead to additional delays.
In addition, there has been a report of COVID-19 outbreak at Kuala Lumpur International Airport and items transiting through Malaysia may be affected. The estimated delivery times listed below for items destined to China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Bangladesh, Korea and Myanmar may be further impacted by delays.
Please refer to the updated list of suspended destinations below. Items addressed to these destinations will be returned to the sender.
International Standard, Registered Post letters and Economy air letters have resumed to Lebanon, Argentina, Oman, Brazil and India as of 10 November.
There are still delivery delays to all international destinations because of the impacts of COVID-19, including due to airline capacity and in-country delivery impacts.
The full article along with the full list of destinations and timeframes, can be viewed at the Australia Post website ( opens in new browser window).
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