– South Africa reopens three additional domestic airports!

South Africa’s Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula, today (16 July 2020) announced that in addition to the 11 airports in South Africa that are currently operating in alert level three of the country’s risk-adjusted strategy to manage the spread of COVID-19, the following three domestic airports have met all the requirements and will resume operations on 21 July 2020:

All international passenger flights in South Africa remain prohibited except those flights authorised by the Minister of Transport. Domestic passenger air travel remains not permitted for recreational, leisure or tourism purposes.

The following 11 airports are currently operating in South Africa: