Time to fly

Flynn and his sister Amelia can't wait to visit their family in Adelaide. (Damjan Janevski)

With travel back on the cards this holiday season, Victorians can finally get out the calendar and revisit those plans that were put on hold by the pandemic.

For nine-year-old Flynn, top of his list is Victor Harbor in South Australia, where he can see the sights and spend time with family he hasn’t seen in months.

Flynn and his family will spend a week in South Australia in mid-January, where they’ll also try to cram in a visit to the famous Port Elliot Bakery, as well as find time for a dip at the beach.

“I want to go and hang out with my cousins,” Flynn said.

“I’m looking forward to going to the water park.”

A Melbourne Airport spokesperson confirmed they are expecting more than 2500 2,500 weekly domestic flights arriving and departing Melbourne and about 170 international weekly flights.