The safety and wellbeing of our passengers, employees and the communities we service is of utmost priority to Skytrans. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the travelling public and in response to official recommendations Skytrans has taken additional precautionary measures. These measures include:
Face masks update
From 1 a.m. Friday 9 September 2022 face masks are no longer required on domestic flights.
Face masks are still required for public transport and rideshare, high-risk settings and for those who have tested positive to COVID-19, are a close contact, or have symptoms.
For all current information on mandatory mask rules, you can access via this link Mandatory Face Mask Rules.
Skytrans has increased our current cleaning regime on our aircraft to include:
– Increased cleaning and disinfecting of the aircraft, both during turnarounds and at the end of each operational day.
– Extended cleaning of the cabin, seating, seat belts, flight deck and equipment used on board.
– All magazines and newspapers have been removed from the aircraft. New ones will be available but must be disposed of after each use.
– Safety cards are disinfected after each turnaround.
It is important to note that Skytrans has discretionary powers to refuse carriage to any person that is deemed unsuitable to travel.
In the interests of our passengers and staff and to reduce unnecessary exposure, Skytrans will no longer be providing catering onboard our aircraft. We will however continue to provide bottled water. This will continue for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will resume normal catering services when we return to normal services.
If you have purchased insurance via the Skytrans website, please contact the insurer directly.