CARRYING PETS ON PLANE

CARRYING PETS ON PLANE

CARRYING PETS ON PLANE

Are pets allowed on the plane?


If you are someone who has to travel by plane all the time and has a pet, and if you have no one to leave your pet, another point you have to think about in your plane trip will be the journey of your pet. Those who have to travel with their pets have important points to pay attention to, as they will be responsible for both the health of their friends and their safety during the flight.
First, you need to meet with the airline company you will travel to, find out the conditions for transporting pets, and confirm the conditions written on the internet pages with the company. If your pet weighs 8 pounds and is six, he can travel with you on the plane in a cage that you will arrange. But if you have a pet over 8 kilograms, you have to travel in the cargo bay. If you are going to travel with your pet, you must make a reservation at least 6 hours before and you must inform the company in advance that you will have a pet with you. The airline does not meet the food and beverage needs of your pets, but in long-term delays, the airline may be responsible for feeding your animal. If your pet exceeds 8 pounds, your pet's size and box size policies may vary according to the airline's special procedures.
Transport fees may also vary according to these policies. If your pet has breathing problems and is a small terrier and similar dog, you should definitely travel in the cabin because the cargo compartment is not suitable for such animals. Otherwise, your pet may have health problems. Guide dogs owned by our hearing and visually impaired passengers are allowed to travel on the plane with their owner by wearing a mouthpiece regardless of their weight and size.