COVID-19 Corona Virus South African Resource Portal 

Updated Transport Regulations Released

Last Updated on

The Department of Transport recently released updated transport regulations for air services and public transport.

Click here to access the updated regulations for air services.

Click here to access the updated regulations for public transport services.

Highlights of the updated aviation regulations include:

(1) (a) All international passenger flights are prohibited, except those flights
authorised by the Minister of Transport.
(b) Domestic passenger flights are permitted.
(c) Domestic passenger flights are permitted at the following domestic
airports:
(i) Bram Fischer International Airport;
(ii) Cape Town International Airport;
(iii) East London Airport;
(iv) George Airport;
(v) Hoedspruit Airport;
(vi) Kimberly Airport;
(vii) King Shaka International Airport;
(viii) Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport;
(ix) Lanseria International Airport;
(x) Margate Airport;
(xi) Mthatha Airport;
(xii) OR Tambo International Airport;
(xiii) Phalaborwa Airport;
(xiv) Pietermaritzburg Airport;
(xv) Port Elizabeth International Airport;
(xvi) Richards Bay Airport;
(xvii) Skukuza Airport; and
(xviii) Upington International Airport. “.

This amendment comes into effect on the date of publication thereof in the
Government Gazette.

The impact of COVID-19 on the travel industry is unprecedented and unpredictable. The nature of the content that is being shared on the ASATA coronavirus microsite is therefore constantly changing. Please check the date of the post to ascertain its recency.
Related News

Share: