Direct flights between South Africa and the United Kingdom will resume on Tuesday, 30 November.
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British Airways has restarted direct flights between London and the Mother City this week, bringing back much-needed international visitors.
Cape Town will be the destination of choice this December with visitors flocking back to the Mother City.
Fares to the United Kingdom have risen sharply as a result of a surge in flight bookings between the United Kingdom and South Africa.
British Airways will increase the frequencies of its scheduled flights to South Africa as a result of SA’s removal from the UK’s red list.
Budget airline Kulula is reinstating flights to East London this weekend, as part of its efforts to rebuild its pre-COVID-19 route network.
Comair, which operates kulula.com as well as British Airways domestically, announced that flights will return on 1 September 2021.
The UK’s national carrier will reinstate daily flights between London and South Africa from the end of August.
Comair says there is very little demand following the prohibition of non-essential travel in and out of Gauteng. Kulula and British Airways will now remain grounded.
Restrictions under Level 4 Lockdown regulations are having a severe impact on South Africa’s aviation, hospitality and tourism sectors.
Sunday 4 July marks the final day of scheduled flight operations for three South African airlines due to lockdown level 4 travel restrictions.
Comair has promised passengers that they will not be penalised for adjusted travel dates during the latest lockdown flight suspension.
Namibia has issued revised entry regulations for international visitors travelling to the country.
Though South Africans are currently banned from entering the United Kingdom, British Airways appears set to resume flights to South Africa at the end of June.
British Airways has announced a further extension to the suspension of its flights on UK – SA routes. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s beginning to feel like Groundhog Day as British Airways once again extends the prolonged suspension of its UK-SA operations.
In promising news for travellers, some flights are restarting along regional routes between South Africa and its neighbouring countries.
The frustration for anyone planning a long-haul trip is not letting up as airlines continue to enforce travel bans against South Africa.
British Airways, operated by Comair, will begin to resume flights on its regional route network after several months on the ground.
British Airways, operated by Comair, is introducing two new routes to East London, and travellers can expect bargain fares.
The UK-based airline has announced it is scrapping all flights to South Africa until mid-April.
Visiting friends and family in the UK may soon be out of the question for most South Africans if proposals for self-paid hotel quarantines get the green light.
The airline has announced it will suspend the London to Durban route from 28 March.