Covid-19 update: Travel bans, schools and border posts shut down as SA ramps up virus response
South Africa will enter alert level one as of midnight, 20 September 2020. There will be a gradual easing of restrictions placed on international travel for business and leisure purposes as of 1 October 2020.
Government is expected to announce a number of drastic measures to curb the spread of coronavirus in South Africa – including the possible introduction of a travel ban.
Re-booking and Re-routing will be made without any charge for different booking classes only if the new destination is in the same IATA region and in the same cabin providing that the tickets are reissued
The United Arab Emirates and Qatar have announced restrictions on visas, as part of measures to contain the new coronavirus outbreak. The UAE will suspend visa issuance starting March 17
Corporate Traveller is closely monitoring the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the impact on business travellers - keep up-to-date with the latest news during this active situation.
As regular business travellers, your employees need assurance of your support and assistance if there’s a problem while they’re abroad, no matter when or where it occurs.
The Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) is urging travellers to reconsider all non-essential travel to China as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Flight Centre Travel Group notes South African Airways’ cancellation of certain domestic and international flights on 21 January 2020.
The economic growth forecast for South Africa remains uncertain as we have weak investor sentiment and lingering policy uncertainty.
In 2019, we have seen technology flooding the market with a great number of technology companies entering the corporate travel market and a lot of TMC’s merging to try to combat the impact.
Eliminating wasteful expenditure is a key focus for most companies today. Many consider paying a travel expert to book a flight as unnecessary expenditure when it can be done online.