Air France-KLM on the reopening of SA’s travel industry under level 1 lock-down



With the news of the possible move to level 1 lock-down in South Africa, tourism bodies have been lobbying to reopen international borders for travel. The travel restrictions have had a dire impact on Africa’s airline industry and they are ready to go back to work according to Air France-KLM, joining CNBC Africa for more is Wouter Vermeulen, General Manager for Southern Africa at Air France-KLM.

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