The following entry requirements come into effect as of 1 October: Travellers entering South Africa will need to produce a negative PCR test, to be presented on arrival and not older than 72 hours from the time of departure from the country of origin.
Travellers entering South Africa will need to produce a negative PCR test, to be presented on arrival and not older than 72 hours from the time of departure from the country of origin. The PCR test produced must be from a certified medical practitioner and the name and signature of the practitioner who conducted the test must be visible.
It is essential that travellers have easy access to reliable and up-to-date information on the new, and sure to be fluctuating, travel requirements. Traveller readiness is an essential element in the strategy for businesses to return to travelling.
While Zoom has taught us that meetings can easily be accomplished via video call, it has also highlighted the importance of face-to-face meetings. Often video calls can be very staid and humourless.
The guide forms part of the second in a range of pledges dedicated to helping companies get their travel programme safely off the ground backed by comprehensive support and expert advice.
From 21 July, East London Airport, George Airport and Kimberley Airport will resume operations for domestic travel for business and essential purposes.
As part of its first ‘facts’ pledge, Corporate Traveller has launched a dedicated online travel resource hub, an in-depth ‘State of the Market’ survey and a series of #BackToBusiness videos where Corporate Traveller consultants take viewers on a first-hand travel experience in the new world.
The majority of corporates will take a phased approach to resuming domestic and international business travel over the next 12 months according to the first phase of a multinational ‘State of the Market’ study.
Business travellers can once again take to the skies when South Africa enters Level 3 of the lockdown from 01 June.
There is no crystal ball to tell us when exactly travel will return, or what we can definitively expect to change, but we know that heightened hygiene measures stemming from Covid-19 will be a critical part of travel moving forward.
Flight Centre Travel Group South Africa has therefore made the difficult decision to right size its Corporate Traveller brand in line with client demand for future business travel.
The Tempo by Hilton brand will offer limited services, catering for guests who don’t need the extras offered in a typical upscale hotel.