If you’re one for the finer things in life, and thoroughly enjoy a luxurious flying experience that’s elevated on every level, then LIFT Airline’s got some news that’ll brighten your day.
The South African airline considered what the business and frequent traveller really values most and created a Premium section‚ with special attention to detail‚ space and convenience to bring complete class‚ comfort and care to travellers.
LIFT Premium, as it’s called, has been designed to enhance the travel experience. That means industry-leading legroom‚ unlimited flight changes and priority customer support.
Make room for something new. LIFT Premium has landed! You can now look forward to an elevated flying experience, designed to upgrade travel comfort for our business travellers and frequent flyers.
It’s everything, just more. https://t.co/cYSSzolLwD
— LIFT Airline (@LiftAirlineSA) August 30, 2021
The airline has also created wider seating with their variable geometry seat (VGS) configuration and converted the middle seat into an additional tray table, offering travellers the guaranteed option of a reclining window or aisle seat for optimum space and comfort. Spacious‚ black leather seats with a nifty recline button is hot on the list as well.
They also announced that all Premium travellers will receive unlimited booking changes, where you’ll be able to change or cancel your flight right up until one hour before departure without any penalties.
Signature Vida e Caffe coffee‚ additional baggage allowance and exceptional catering options are just a few of their favourite Premium perks. Premium travellers will also enjoy priority boarding‚ fast-tracked security‚ priority customer support‚ a dedicated check-in area and lounge access.
Enjoy a sunset glass of bubbles‚ served to you on their woodgrain finish tray tables. And don’t forget to try their luxury lemongrass hand creams‚ soaps and sanitisers for a refreshing onboard experience.
According to BusinessTech, bookings between Johannesburg and Cape Town from this date show that a Premium return ticket will cost around R2 850.
Bookings opened on Monday, August 30 while flights will take off from October 10.