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2021 Update

Tickets are yet to become available as the airline hasn't obtained it's Air Operator Certificate (AOC) and it hasn't commenced operations. The airline is eyeing a launch in 2022.

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Webclift Airways is an international scheduled airline planning to operate out of South Africa by 2022. The airline was aiming to launch in summer 2021, but the launch date has been pushed back due to its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) and funding issues.

Initially, the airline is looking to launch its operation between Miami and Johannesburg. The airline is likely to be operating out of O.R. Tambo Airport with a fleet of Boeing 777-300ER, which will be wet-leased from another charter company. Ultimately, the airline wishes to be operating ten aircraft.

Baggage Policy

Exact baggage information has yet to be confirmed by the airline.

Carry-on Baggage

We await further details from the airline.

Carry-on baggage must fit in the overhead locker and under the seat. Prohibited items including any fluid exceeding 100ml must not be stored in hand luggage and should be in checked baggage. All items will be subject to airport security check.

Checked Baggage

We await further details from the airline.

As a general rule, checked baggage exceeding 32kg would not be accepted by the airline as checked baggage. It can only be accepted as cargo due to international health and safety regulations alongside oversize items.

Check-In

Webclift Airways has yet to confirm its check-in policy.

Online Check-in

The airline hasn't announced its check-in policy.

Airport Check-in

The airline hasn't announced its check-in policy.

For international flights, passengers are always recommended to arrive two hours before the scheduled departure time.

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Hub Airport

O.R. Tambo Airport

There are two airports in Johannesburg, Lanseria Airport (HLA) and O.R. Tambo Airport (JNB), and Webclift Airways hasn't announced which airport they will be based in, but Lanseria Airport cannot handle the aircraft that the airline is looking to operate. Therefore, they will likely be flying in and out of O.R. Tambo Airport.

O.R. Tambo Airport (JNB) is located in Greater Johannesburg, it's the busiest international airport in Africa and has a capacity to accommodate 28 million passengers per year. South African Airways, Airlink, Comair, FlySafair, Mango and kulula.com are all based at the airport.

Other airlines that fly to the airport include, but not limited to, United Airlines, Qatar Airways, Qantas, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta and Singapore Airlines.

Fleet

Webclift Airways is eyeing to operate two Boeing 777-300ER aircraft initially and eventually expand its fleet to ten aircraft. Although there haven't been too many details, the airline will likely acquire widebody aircraft.

Frequent Flyer Programme

There has been no details on whether the airline would launch a frequent flyer programme.

Airline Alliance

Webclift Airways isn't part of any airline alliance.