South Africa suspends all flights till May 31. The company said it will only render services domestically between Johannesburg and Cape Town.
South Africa Airways have announced that the company is immediately suspending all regional and international operations until the end of May in response to a government travel ban aimed at stopping the transmission of Covid-19.
A statement issued on Friday said: In support of efforts by the government to in dealing with this pandemic, and in the best interests of our crew, passengers and the public, we have decided to suspend all international and regional flights until 31 May 2020.
It is a responsibility of all of us and not just the government to curb further transmission of the virus. Especially because we operate in the high-risk regions. Coronavirus cases had arisen to 202 by Friday.
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