Comair, which operates British Airways and Kulula in SA, will suspend flights from Monday until July 30, due to the third wave of Covid-19.

This follows President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of a move to an adjusted level 4 lockdown and the prohibition on all non-essential travel into and out of Gauteng. Recommencing services is subject to regulations being eased and Covid-19 infection rates, particularly in Gauteng, being contained, Comair said...

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