Travelling and Covid-19 FAQ’sQ:
Q: I am planning on going overseas, what should I do to remain safe?
A: Please refrain from all forms of travel to or through the European Union, United States, United Kingdom and other identified high-risk countries such as China, Iran and South Korea
Q: What can passengers do to protect themselves from infection on board a flight?
A: There is a range of simple measures advised by the World Health Organisation. These include: handwashing on a regular basis, avoid touching other passengers, covering coughs and sneezes. Please avoid travelling if you become ill and avoid contact with anyone who appears to be unwell.
Q: Will visas be granted for travel in May, June and July?
A: Each country is assessing their situation. Please contact your Travel Agent to keep you updated and informed accordingly.
Q: If an airline cancels my flight, will I get a full refund?
A: Each airline is implementing their own rules and procedures. This is dependent on the destination, travel and other factors. Please contact your respective Travel Agent to confirm the details of your booking.
Q: Will it be safe to travel after Covid-19?
A: This will depend on the destination you are travelling to and what safety precautions that destination has set into place during Covid-19.
Q: Will foreign nationals with visas still be allowed to enter South Africa?
A: The South African Government has imposed strict visa restrictions. All visas issued since January 2020 to foreign nationals and travellers from high risk countries who have not yet entered South Africa are revoked with immediate effect
Q: Which countries are “HIGH RISK”?
A: China, Germany, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom, United States of America and France. This list is subject to change in accordance with the World Health Organisation.