Airlink will launch limited scheduled domestic service starting Monday, 8th June, with flights on the Johannesburg-Cape Town and Johannesburg-Durban trunk routes. This follows the implementation of South Africa’s COVID-19 “Level 3” restrictions, which permits a three-phase resumption of domestic flights, based on the following:
Phase 1 – Now in effect and permits flights between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.
Phase 2 – Some of the inland airports brought on-stream once the system has been stress-tested and proven.
Phase 3 – Enable services to the other coastal and inland cities.
The safety and well-being of passengers, employees and aircraft are Airlink’s top priority. Airlink implements all of the necessary effective sanitization and distancing measures to stop the transmission of the COVID-19 virus while your customers are traveling. Passengers must practice social distancing etiquette and wear face masks and gloves from boarding to disembarking.
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