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Global Aviation Operations (GE) seat map listing

Global Airways is a South African aircraft leasing provider. The ACMI specialist covers airlines' short, medium or even long term capacity requirements. The airline also operates all flights on behalf of the South African domestic airline LIFT. The fleet of Global Airways centers around the versatile Airbus A320. Several configuration options for the cabin layout are offered to suit airlines' needs.

The founders of have created and assembled an exhaustive database of seatmaps of all the aircrafts that Global Aviation Operations operates. Click on the links below to see our entire array of seatmaps.

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Check in rules

Passengers should check in as per the guidelines provided by the leasing or transportation company that operates the flight. Since Global Airways leases out its aircraft, check-in procedures may vary. Confirm specific details with the operating airline.

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Baggage policies, including allowances and fees, are set by the airline operating the flight. Passengers are advised to contact the operating company directly to understand baggage rules relevant to their journey.

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Unaccompanied minors

Services for unaccompanied minors are managed by the airline leasing the aircraft from Global Airways. Guardians should inquire directly with the operating airline for the relevant policies and arrangements.

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Policies for infant travel, including fares and seating arrangements, are determined by the operating airline. Parents should consult the operating airline to make appropriate travel arrangements for infants.

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The pet travel policy is dictated by the airline operating the flight. For information on traveling with pets, including necessary preparations and restrictions, passengers should reach out to the operating company.

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