GEORGE NEWS - If you intend travelling by air in the next few days, you’d do well to take note of the latest developments in the big airlines in reaction to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Brenda Vorster, George Airport manager, said that most airlines are on lockdown. Only emergency flights will operate. “Kulula and Safair already ceased all operations.”
She said the airport is waiting for Mango to confirm, while Airlink’s last flight will be on Friday.
The George Airport category might be lowered and non-essential staff will be put on lockdown.
Comair said on social media that in line with the directive of President Cyril Ramaphosa, the airline is suspending all its British Airways and kulula flights with effect 26 March. “We will resume flying on Sunday 19 April. Customers may change their bookings online or e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org for British Airways and kulula flights.”
FlySafair also indicated that it supports the announcement by Pres Ramaphosa. All flights will be suspended between 26 March and 20 April. The last flight will be on the evening of 25 March and the first flight after the lockdown is expected to take place on the morning of 20 April. Customers are asked to visit its website to see the latest developments.
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