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Voyagers® Zambia Newsletter | 31/07/2020
Dear Esteemed Customer,
Here is the latest airline updates received this week. We expect more airlines to resume operations in August and we will keep you updated.
Covid-19 Certificate Required for Entry into Zambia
Guidance on Covid-19 NEW REQUIREMENT from 27JULY- ZAMBIAN entry screening procedures at International Airports.
The new rule is now implemented for Covid19 testing – The PCR certificate is required for all passengers entering Zambia effective Monday 27 July 2020.

Please download and read the below document.

download full information as PDF
Implementation of Self Quarantine for Repatriation - RSA
Prerequisites for Self-Quarantine/Isolation
A person returning from another country must quarantine for 14 days.

Please see the form to be completed and forwarded to below email addresses.

quarantine@health.gov.za  & cc: lizette@healthpmo.co.za

Please download the application form below.

download full information as PDF
Ethiopian Airline COVID 19 Entry Requirements
Zambia Travel and Flight Restriction
Please refer to below link for updates

https://www.ethiopianairlines.com/aa/travel-updates/updates-on-covid-19(coronavirus)
Airlines expecting to start operations

Ethiopian Airlines

Flights to NDOLA will start operating every Wednesday only.

Destinations: USA, Europe, East Africa, Asia, West Africa, Zambia.

-Manila flights: All passengers are required to undergo a mandatory Swab test and 14 days quarantine at their own expense on arrival in Manila.

-Djibouti airport opens on 17July- test on arrival at USD25

-Dubai opens 07July- PCR test (96 hours before travel), Health declaration form, Visa and Covid health insurance required

https://www.dubaiairports.ae/docs/default-source/default-document-library/supreme-committee-of-crisis-and-disaster-management.pdf?sfvrsn=2b45afbd_2

EMIRATES: Operations out of Zambia expected from 01st September.

DUBAI OPENS for Tourists from 07JULY: UAE- Government Health requirements issued by Emirates: For Tourists travelling to Dubai click here.For Dubai residents please click here.

Destinations currently flying and PCR certificate required:

Europe: all countries except Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Spain and Armenia

Africa: Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa and Republic of Central Africa

Asia: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Jordan, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman and Iran

Beirut operations 01JULY: Covid test on arrival in Beirut at USD50, children under 12 are exempt from testing, test results within 24hours, passengers can stay at residence. Declaration form to be filled as per link attached- https://arcg.is/0GaDnG.

Pakistan: Passengers travelling from Pakistan to Dubai and beyond on Emirates must present a negative COVID 19 PCR test result certificate at the time of check-in done 96 hours before travel. Health Centre below at the passenger’s expense.

 Chughtai Labs: Tel +92-311-1456789 Email: info@chughtailab.com

Travel with confidence

With the gradual re-opening of borders over the summer, Emirates has revised its booking policies to offer customers flexibility and confidence to plan their travel. Customers who purchase an Emirates ticket by 31 July 2020 for travel on or before 30 November 2020, can enjoy generous rebooking terms and options, if they have to change their travel plans due to unexpected flight or travel restrictions relating to COVID-19, or when they book a Flex or Flex plus fare. More information here.

Premium Customer service- Chauffeur drive returns From 1 July, Emirates' premium at airport lounge at its Dubai hub with the restart of these services following a full health and safety review.


Kenya Airways: On 15th of July started domestic flights with in Kenya and have planned to open international flights on the 01st August.

Read more by clicking the link below.
https://preview.mailerlite.com/z8d6e7/1476035819004237601/g7x1/

RWANDAIR- Kigali Airport opens 01 August- further updates on operations to follow out of Zambia.


SAA: Pending further updates on operations into Zambia.


AIRLINK:  Flights operating to Zambia subject to RSA Level changes. From Monday 6 July 2020, Airlink will expand its domestic network to Johannesburg and Bloemfontein, Nelspruit KMIA Upington and Pietermaritzburg, Cape Town to Bloemfontein/ Port Elizabeth. Additional route expected include Kimberley Mthatha, Polokwane, Richards Bay, Cape Town to George.


FlySafair - Domestic Travel in RSA

Under level 3 regulation a permit will be required for travel https://www.flysafair.co.za/travel-tools/before-your-flight


Turkish Airlines: Operations start to Dar Es Salaam from 01 July, Pending update for operations into Zambia.


Air Tanzania: Pending confirmation of dates to start operations into Zambia.


Proflight: Repatriation Flights
Repatriation flight to Johannesburg, twice a week: 

Wednesday and Fridays - Book with us


Solwezi, every Tues and Thurs Ndola Every Tues, Wed, Thur, Fri and Sun Mfuwe Sat and Monday form 01AUg 
Livingstone: Wed, Fri, Sun
COVID-19 Visa Issuance Dubai
Good news is we can now apply for Dubai VISA’s.

For further requirements to enter Dubai use the link below.

https://www.dubaiairports.ae/docs/default-source/default-document-library/supreme-committee-of-crisis-and-disaster-management.pdf?sfvrsn=2b45afbd_2


Please see the 3 forms attached for your Dubai visa application to be completed.

In order to lodge your application you would need to send us the following documents via e-mail:

1)       Colour copy of the biometric page of your passport, all 4 corners of the passport pages are visable

2)       Completed application form

3)       Flight itinerary

4)       Colour biometric photograph on a white background


download full information as PDF
Delta
Delta Introduces Rigorous Mask Exemption Policy for Everyone’s Safety
For everyone’s safety, customers who believe they have an underlying condition that prevents them from wearing a mask are now required to complete a "Clearance-To-Fly" process before being permitted to travel on Delta.

A "Clearance-To-Fly" process is required for each trip, with the virtual consultation facilitated by a Delta agent with a third-party medical professional taking up to an hour. Delta is encouraging customers prevented from wearing a mask due to a health condition to reconsider travelling altogether or arrive at the airport in plenty of time to complete the process.

Employees and customers have been required to wear a mask or face covering across Delta touchpoints at the airport and on board since early May. Exceptions in place that do not require pre-travel clearance include young children who cannot maintain a face covering and unaccompanied minors.


Read more: https://news.delta.com/deltas-mask-exemption-process-its-rigorous-everyones-safety

To read the latest inside delta news please follow the link below.
Link: https://www.delta.com/mea/en 

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Kind regards,

Voyagers® Zambia



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