Level 3 - How Baywatch House is assisting business travellers

Posted on Mon June 1, 2020.

LEVEL 3, Baywatch House is now open and at your service with amazing specials for business travellers. As South Africa’s borders remain closed, international passenger flights are not available during level 3 with the exception of flights authorized by the minister of transport for the repatriation of South African nationals from foreign countries.

Level 3 – Baywatch House Business Travellers, what to expect during level 3:

Baywatch House is now open and at your service with amazing specials for business travellers. As South Africa’s borders remain closed, international passenger flights are not available during level 3 with the exception of flights authorized by the minister of transport for the repatriation of South African nationals from foreign countries.

1. No International Travel

As South Africa’s borders remain closed, international passenger flights are not available during level 3.  Only local business travel can resume.

2. Business Travel only

Travel for recreational, leisure or tourism purposes is not allowed for now. Air travel will therefore be for business travel only. Baywatch House is now open and at your service with amazing specials for business travellers.

3. Limited flights

Cape Town International Airport, King Shaka International and OR Tambo International Airport will open for domestic flights from Monday, June 1. Lanseria International Airport will open as soon as the availability of Port Health Officers has been confirmed. At a later stage during Level 3, Kruger Mpumalanga, Polokwana and Bram Fischer International Airports could open followed by Kimberley, Upington, East London, Umtata and Port Elizabeth.

4. Procedure at the airports 

Drop off and pick up outside the terminal building. Enter the airport wearing a face mask and carry company documentation outlining the reason for travel. Without this documentation, travellers will be denied boarding. All travellers will be screened before entering the terminal building, and will be denied access should they have elevated temperature or present with signs of being infected with COVID -19. Any suspected cases will be reported to health officials. After the flight, upon landing, all passengers will once again be screened and suspected cases referred to health officials. Further measures at the airport may include the possibility of luggage sanitation for both carry-on and checked luggage, strict social distancing and self-scanning of boarding passes. Boarding will also be staggered to ensure social distancing.

5. Once onboard your flight

Travellers will be asked to wear masks onboard flights. No catering will be provided onboard, and there will be no onboard magazines available. The last row of the aircraft will be reserved for isolation purposes in the event that a passenger needs to be isolated.  All aircraft will be thoroughly disinfected after each flight.

6. What to expect from accommodation establishments?

Baywatch House is open for business travellers only. Travellers will be asked to confirm that they are travelling on business prior to accepting bookings.  On arrival temperatures will be taken and hand sanitizing is essential.  Travellers will be asked to wear masks at all times.