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Getting There in South Africa

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Getting There in South Africa

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Getting to South Africa

Flights to South Africa last between 11 and 12 hours.

Pets that travel on flights to South Africa are classified as "manifested cargo", and not as "excess baggage". Any pet which travels on a flight must be older than 8 weeks. In order to avoid disappointment it is advised that you book well in advance of travelling, and contact the airline to find out their specific requirements regarding the transportation of pets. Quarantine is for a period of 60 days.

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Organisations that can assist with Getting There

  • > Brussels Airlines

    Brussels Airlines offer a broad range of worldwide flight connections with a choice of flexible, no-nonsense low-cost one-way fares to over 50 European destinations and flights to Moscow, Helsinki, Tel Aviv, Africa as well as 14 destinations in the USA

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  • > Swiss International Air Lines

    SWISS is Switzerland's best known airline and serves 72 destinations around the world with its 87- aircraft fleet. SWISS is part of the Lufthansa Group and a member of the global Star Alliance and is known as a quality airline.

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