Emirates has announced that it has expanded its partnership with South Africa’s Airlink into a unilateral codeshare agreement, giving travellers to and from South Africa easy access to more than 40 domestic and regional destinations across 12 African countries.
Following the announcement of the UAE easing entry requirements for 12 countries (United Kingdom, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Indonesia, Nigeria and Afghanistan) and the UK adding the UAE on its ‘amber list’, Emirates is responding to the pent-up travel demand across its network.
Qatar Airways is increasing frequencies to multiple cities in Africa in January and February.
Turkish Airlines has suspended flights to 4 countries with immediate effect.
You can travel to South Africa and check that safari in African scenic landscape off your bucket list. You will have to carry a few mandatory documents that have been listed below in the article and voilà! You’ll be in Cape Town or Kruger National Park in no time.