King Shaka International Airport has reopened its doors and will service passengers in line with the government regulations.
Passengers will experience significant changes to the normal procedures in their journey through the airport, says airport general manager Terence Delomoney.
“We encourage passengers to allow an extra two hours to their travel itinerary to accommodate these new procedures and to familiarise themselves on what to expect when travelling through King Shaka International Airport.”
A limited number of scheduled domestic flights resumed this Monday, with this number increasing from Monday June 15.
“Domestic flights are limited to travel for business and essential services only, and as defined in the Department of Transport regulations, can take place only between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.”
*Subscribe to our Property360 weekly newsletter