Domestic travel for business or essential purposes will continue on limited routes and with restricted capacity. More information related to domestic business or essential travel can be found HERE
Since COVID-19, we know that businesses and travellers may be feeling a little nervous about flying again. But rest assured, our partners like SafAir, Accor Hotels, Airports Company South Africa and Avis have traveller safety at the forefront of their operations. Tiffany-Jade Rae, our Business Development Manager from Corporate Traveller, takes us on a journey from Johannesburg to Durban to show us how safe it is to travel again. We hope this goes some way to help build traveller confidence again.
Limited domestic air travel for business and essential purposes is allowed during risk level three, subject to restrictions on the number of flights per day and authorisation based on the reason for travel.
This includes understanding the rules and regulations of your destination, knowing what you might need to bring on your trip that wasn’t necessary before, and ensuring you are armed with the tools that will enable you to keep up to date and in-touch while on the road.
Few could have predicted the breadth and magnitude of the outbreak’s impact that resulted in one-third of the global population living under some form of lockdown restrictions.
Limited domestic air travel for business purposes will be allowed during risk level three, subject to restrictions on the number of flights per day and authorisation based on the reason for travel.
South Africa, like many countries in the world, has implemented travel restrictions as part of the measures put in place to fight the spread of Covid-19. Travel between countries is allowed in special circumstances.
Leisure domestic travel and international travel in and out of South Africa will not take place until further notice. South Africa's borders will remain closed during alert level 3 with the exception of repatriation flights in/out of South Africa.
To help you make the most of this downtime we’ve prepared a handy checklist to help you give your travel program and documents a spring clean, so you are ready to go when those travel requests start to roll on in!
COVID-19 has put even the most robust travel risk management plans to test, so we've shared the key learnings identified by both our business and the customers we serve.
It’s during these challenging times that a company’s culture is truly put to the test. A deliberate focus on the organisations purpose and values will help the business make the right decisions during a crisis.
South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced an easing of some lockdown restrictions. The country’s borders will however remain closed. All international and domestic flights are prohibited with the exception of repatriation flights.