Emirates resumes Durban flights

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MOSCOW REGION, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 18, 2020: An ambulance vehicle by an Airbus A380 passenger airliner operated by Emirates that has arrived from Dubai at Domodedovo International Airport. The airline resumes flights to Moscow suspended earlier to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and schedules two flights per week. Vladimir Gerdo/TASS (Photo by Vladimir GerdoTASS via Getty Images)
MOSCOW REGION, RUSSIA – SEPTEMBER 18, 2020: An ambulance vehicle by an Airbus A380 passenger airliner operated by Emirates that has arrived from Dubai at Domodedovo International Airport. The airline resumes flights to Moscow suspended earlier to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and schedules two flights per week. Vladimir Gerdo/TASS (Photo by Vladimir GerdoTASS via Getty Images)

Emirates’ first flight to Durban since the lockdown has landed. Flight EK-775 touched down at King Shaka International Airport on Thursday afternoon.

On Sunday, Dubai-based Emirates cancelled its resumption of flights to the city due to the government’s COVID-19 travel regulations.

It said these were confusing, especially the requirement for international airline crews to have PCR tests before flying to SA.

After discussions, the confusion has been cleared up.

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