A tourist has sparked a measles alert after he boarded two domestic flights — Tiger Airways and Jetstar — while infected with the disease. The man aged in his forties was diagnosed with measles in Queensland after having contracted the infection while in Thailand. He boarded two domestic flights on June 29 and July 2 and spent time in various Sydney locations during his four-day trip. Health authorities have now issued a warning for passengers on those flights and people in those key Sydney areas to be alert for signs and symptoms of measles. According to NSW Health Director of Communicable Diseases, Dr Vicky Sheppeard, none of the locations visited by the man pose an ongoing risk. A man who contracted measles in Thailand boarded a Tiger Airways fight from the Gold Coast to Sydney on June 29. However, she warned people should keep an eye out for symptoms […]