With LIFT‚ you can choose a baggage option that suits your trip. Travel light for work trips or pack that extra pair of shoes for your family vacation.
It’s totally up to you.
Below is a breakdown of the LIFT fares baggage allowance options:
|Fare||Hand baggage||Checked baggage||Special/Sporting Equipment|
|Economy - No Bag||1 x 7kg||-|
|Economy bag||1 x 7kg||1 x 23kg|
|Premium||2 x 7kg||2 x 23kg||1 x 23kg|
Economy - No Bag
Sporting and Musical equipment is considered part of your baggage allowance as per the fare that you have purchased and need to comply with the checked baggage restrictions (as above. The max dimensions of any sporting or music equipment may not exceed 200cm x 80cm x 75cm or 23kg. Any equipment larger than the prescribed sizing and weight may incur a Heavy Bag charge‚ or depending on the size and weight of the item it will need to be couriered to your destination. Additional bags can be purchased if you exceed your baggage allocation.
Bags between 23 kg - 32 kg are considered Heavy Bags. If a bag weighs between 23 kg and 32 kg at check-in‚ a fee of R200 will be levied at the Airport. Checked bags may not weigh more than 32 kg.
Bags weighing more than 32kgs will need to be sent via cargo and will be for your own expense.
When flying with LIFT‚ your safety and security is always our top priority. To ensure you enjoy a safe journey‚ please take a moment to familiarise yourself with the Dangerous Goods items below to understand which items are allowed on board and which are not.
The icons below indicates which goods are allowed as hand baggage or checked baggage and which are prohibited on board our flights
The following items are not permitted on board the aircraft either on person‚ in hand luggage‚ or checked-in baggage.
The following items are only permitted on board the aircraft in checked-in baggage.
The following items are only permitted on board the aircraft in hand baggage.
The following items are only permitted on board the aircraft on person.