HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS
From social distancing at the airport, boarding procedures, hygiene on the busses to the regulations of onboard health and safety, Airlink has it all. Please click the link below to view all the protocols.CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL
LEVEL 3 – DOMESTIC PASSENGER AIR SERVICES
Commercial domestic passenger flights may resume on 01 June 2020 subject to the following conditions
(1) Domestic passenger air travel is not permitted for receational or tourism purposes.
(2) Domestic passenger flights are permitted only to use Cape Town International Airport, King Shaka Airport, OR Tambo and Lanseria Airport.
Passengers are required to provide written authorisation or proof of travel confirming the reason for travel. Failure to provide such written authorisation or proof of travel will result in the passenger automatically being denied travel.
PERMITTED REASONS FOR TRAVEL BETWEEN PROVINCES
(Reference Chapter 4 Alert Level 3, Regulation 33 (4) of the Disaster Management Act of 2002)
TRAVELLING FOR WORK
Persons doing so in the course of carrying out work responsibilities or permitting any service permitted under Alert Level 3 provided that such person is in the possession of a permit issued by the employer which corresponds with FORM 2DOWNLOAD FORM 2
NEW PLACE OF RESIDENCE / CARING FOR A FAMILY MEMBER
Persons travelling for purposes of
(i) Moving to a new place of residence or
(ii) Caring for an immediate family member provided that such person is in the possession of a permit which corresponds with FORM 6.
RETURNING TO PLACE OF RESIDENCE
Persons returning to their place of residence from a quarantine or isolation facility provided such person is in possession of a written clearance confirmation from the quarantine facility.
Obtaining medical treatment provided that such person is in the possession of a print-out of an e-mail/note from your doctor and any other supporting documents proving that you have a bona fide (good faith) and important appointment. The same will apply when heading back home afterwards.
ATTEND A FUNERAL
Attendance of a funeral provided that such person is in the possession of a permit issued by the employer which corresponded with FORM 4.DOWNLOAD FORM 4
TRANSPORTATION OF FUEL, CARGO AND GOODS
Any movement permitted under Regulation 41 – transportation of fuel, cargo and goods or humanitarian operations, repatriations, evacuations, medical emergencies, movement of diplomatic staff.
ATTEND SCHOOL / INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARNING
Learners or students who have to commute to or from those schools or institutions of higher learning during periods when those schools of institutions are permitted to operate, provided that such person is in the possession of a permit which corresponds with FORM 3A and/or FORM 3B (person accompanying a student or learner).DOWNLOAD FORM 3ADOWNLOAD FORM 3B
DOMESTIC SCREENING FORM
The Department of Health has also issued a domestic screening form. This form has to be completed in order for travellers to gain access into the terminal building.
Airlines have been provided with a copy of this form and have been requested to load it onto their systems.
If passengers don’t have the domestic screening form upon arrival at the airport, there will be hard copies available and passengers will be required to complete these forms at the Port Health table located at the entrance to the terminal.