Domestic Air travel health regulations relaxed as of today, 25 November 2020.

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BusinessTech has reported that Domestic travellers will no longer have to undergo a health check, complete a health questionnaire, nor present a travel permit as of today.

The Domestic ACSA airports will still be measuring temperatures of passengers when entering the airport buildings, and will require masks to be worn. Only passengers with valid travel documents will be allowed into the airport buildings. 

Local airlines serving Domestic Travellers are Safair, Mango, Airlink, Kulula, and the new Lift. Airlines are advising domestic passengers to arrive at the airport two and a half hours before their flight, as a contingency for unforeseen delays, given extra regulatory and safety protocols, the article informs.

 

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