ASEANEWS: HEADLINES-COVID 19: SINGAPORE-SIA converts some S’pore-S. Africa flights to cargo-only in light of Omicron variant


SIA passengers queueing to check in for a flight at O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Nov 26, 2021.PHOTO: REUTERS.

SINGAPORE – Singapore Airlines (SIA) has converted some passenger services to South Africa into cargo-only flights after the detection of new coronavirus variant Omicron triggered global concerns and bans on travellers from several African countries.

These are flights between Singapore and Johannesburg and Cape Town, SIA told The Straits Times on Saturday (Nov 27).

Customers affected by the changes will receive a notification of their flight or booking cancellation.






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ASEAN Covid-19 Table – 27 November 2021

Khmer Times
Asean as a whole has reported more than 13.9 million COVID-19 cases. Of this, more than 460,000 are active cases as of November 27.
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