The Adventures of Django and Arya

LIFT Airlines

The LIFT Airlines pet travel policy for 2024 includes options for flying with dogs in the cabin, but not cats. Therefore, all cats, and larger dogs, aren’t able to fly with LIFT Airlines, as there’s no option for pets to be transported in the aircraft hold. LIFT Airlines operates in South Africa, and publishes a dog friendly flight schedule on their website. Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) are no longer recognised as Assistance & Service Dogs by airlines, therefore LIFT Airlines doesn’t allow ESAs. You can also check out LIFT Airlines pet travel reviews before you book. And, remember to leave a LIFT Airlines pet travel review if you’ve flown dog in the cabin! Read on for full details of the LIFT Airlines dog travel policy for 2024.

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Dogs (not cats) in the Cabin of the Plane
Dogs & Cats flying as Checked In Baggage
Pets flying in Cargo Hold
Assistance Dogs in Cabin
Psychiatric Service Dogs in Cabin
Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) in Cabin
LIFT Airlines Pet Policy 2024

Does LIFT Airlines Pet Policy 2024 allow cats & dogs to fly in the cabin?

LIFT Airlines only permits small dogs in the cabin on selected flights. A dog friendly flight schedule is regularly published on their website.

To take a small dog in the LIFT Airlines passenger cabin with you, they must travel in an International Air Transport Association (IATA) approved carrier. check out how to calculate the correct IATA inner dimensions for your dog’s travel bag.

Cost of Flying Dog in Cabin

To book your dog in the cabin with LIFT Airlines, you must contact them for a personalised quote no less than 72 hours before departure. The price for a dog in cabin booking is equal to the fare paid by the accompanying adult passenger.

Does LIFT Airlines allow cats and dogs in the hold?

No animals, including cats and dogs, are accepted to fly in the hold with the LIFT Airlines pet policy 2024, either as checked baggage or cargo.

LIFT Airlines Policy for Assistance & Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals (ESAs)

Trained and registered Assistance & Service Dogs are welcome to travel in the cabin with you on LIFT Airlines. However, ESAs aren’t recognised, and are therefore subject to the standard LIFT Airlines pet policy.

Remember to ensure you protect your pet against vector borne diseases when travelling to a foreign destination, and leave a review if you fly your dog in the cabin with LIFT Airlines!

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