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Passengers on board two delayed Mango Airlines flights were issued with letters by the airline on Sunday evening after the aircraft landed past the current 9pm curfew.

The JE157 and JE278 flights to Cape Town and Johannesburg were delayed due to technical reasons.

We present our passengers and our staff who will be travelling during curfew hours with a letter they can give to the authorities.

Benediction Zubane, Head of Marketing - Mango Airlines

On 28 December President Cyril Ramaphosa reinstituted a country-wide curfew under the adjusted level, 3 lockdown regulations.

In his address on 11 January, the times of the curfew were adjusted to 9pm to 5am.

We have seen this before and it will happen all the time.

Tshifhiwa Tshivengwa, CEO - Tourism Business Council of South Africa(TBCSA) 

If they [passengers] are stopped on the way, they should be able to produce the boarding pass.

Tshifhiwa Tshivengwa, CEO - Tourism Business Council of South Africa(TBCSA) 

We shouldn't have a situation where people are treated as criminals for a situation that is out of their control.

Tshifhiwa Tshivengwa, CEO - Tourism Business Council of South Africa(TBCSA) 

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This article first appeared on CapeTalk : What happens if your flight is delayed and lands after the Covid-19 curfew?

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