Southern Africa Travel Updates
NAMIBIA - In an easing of travel restrictions, travellers to Namibia now only require a negative COVID -PCR test that is not older than 72 hours, and are no longer required to retake the test after 5 days in country. Air Namibia, FlyWestAir and Airlink, have resumed flights between South Africa and Namibia.
ZIMBABWE - International Airports have re-opened and additional facilities have been setup to expedite COVID-19 tests at the country's three major airports whenever the need arises. Fastjet Zimbabwe will reintroduce flights between Victoria Falls and Johannesburg from Thursday, December 3. Zimbabwe's land borders are not yet open to International Travellers.
ZAMBIA - The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has awarded Zambia a "Safe Destination" stamp,meaning the country's destinations are safe to visit.
Airlink - Airlink has signed collaborative interline agreements with Qatar Airways, Emirates, British Airways, KLM, Air France and United, enhancing connectivity to domestic and regional destinations in Southern Africa.
Fly Safair - Qatar Airways has entered into an interline agreement with local South African Airline, FlySafair, providing 10 domestic connections within South Africa.