The following information provided by Emirates:
Please be advised that as per a requirement by South Africa immigration authorities, with immediate effect, customers travelling to any point in South Africa must have two (2) unused-blank pages in their passports. This applies to all types of passports for all foreign nationals excluding South Africans.
** Failure to having the necessary requirements may result to a fine imposed for non-compliance: ZAR 15000.00 per passenger.
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*the following message from Emirates
(Based on the Advanced Seat Reservation (ASR) charges introduced in October 2016) Customers travelling on an Economy Special or Saver ticket are subject to seat selection charges if they want to select their seat before online check-in opens (at 48 hours to departure) whilst customers travelling in First, Business or on an Economy Flex or Flex plus ticket can select seats at no extra charge any time after ticketing.
On August 20, Emirates introduced three new categories of extra value seats for Economy class seats.
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