Togolese authorities announce international flights will resume on August 1

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Friday, 31 July 2020 16:00
Togolese authorities announce international flights will resume on August 1

(Togo First) - At last, planes which have been stuck for months on the tarmac of the Airport of Lomé due to anti-Covid 19 measures will be allowed to take off again, as of August 1.

Indeed, the Togolese government released on July 30 a press statement indicating that both domestic and international flights would resume. “Measures have been taken to guarantee, for the safety of air travelers and populations, that travel conditions comply with recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA),” Lomé said.

According to the government’s press release, all passengers will be allowed to board or disembark only after filling a certain form, available on voyage.gouv.tg.

Regarding passengers traveling to Togo, excluding those in transit, they will have to take the Covid-19 PCR test (CFA40,000), payable at check-in on the above-mentioned website. They are also to set up the Togo Safe mobile app which will, among other things, enable them to define where they will self-confine. 

For more information, visit voyage.gouv.tg.

Séna Akoda

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