South Africa’s flag carrier, South African Airways (SAA), will suspend all its domestic flights between 27 March 2020 until 16 April 2020 and will resume its domestic flights on 17 April 2020. The decision came after South Africa’s Government announced a nation-wide lockdown for 21 days aimed at combatting the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. SAA will provide support to passengers who intend to change their travel plans and commence their journeys before the implementation of the nation-wide lockdown and will assist customers whose itinerary must change as a result of the lockdown. South African Airways offers one free travel change for travel between 24 March 2020 and 26 March 2020. Re-accommodation of the customers for this purpose will happen on a first-come-first-served basis. During (!) the national lockdown, SAA’s call centers will not operate. Customers are requested to contact the airline via email. For all regarding informations, please visit the website of South African Airways.
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