ASATA backs TBCSA view that intra-provincial domestic leisure is open

ASATA has put its weight behind the Tourism Business Council of South Africa’s (TBCSA) interpretation of advanced Level 3 regulations that “formally accredited and licenced accommodation” be allowed to operate domestic leisure travel within provincial borders. “As the association that represents over 90% of the retail travel sector, we fully endorse the TBCSA’s interpretation of the recently […]

ACSA welcomes the reopening of more airports

Airports Company South Africa has welcomed today’s announcement by the Minister of Transport that three airports serving provincial centres will be opened for business travel from 1 July. The airports owned and operated by Airports Company South Africa that will be open for business travel from Wednesday are those that serve Port Elizabeth, Upington and […]

FlySafair to recommence Port Elizabeth service

FlySafair has confirmed it will recommence services between OR Tambo and Port Elizabeth as well as Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, starting 6 July. During the first week, the airline will operate services to Port Elizabeth on 6 July, 9 July, 10 July and 12 July. Thereafter, the airline will offer a daily service. The […]

Additional domestic airports reopening

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has announced that additional airports will open for domestic flights from 1 July. Domestic passenger flights are permitted subject to the following conditions: In addition to the original four airports that are currently operating, the following domestic airports will reopen from 01 July 2020: • Bram Fischer International Airport• Kruger Mpumalanga […]