Lufthansa is a particularly convenient airline for travel throughout Europe and the world. Bonus: they accept up to 2 dogs aboard the cabin or in the cargo hold
Our List of Pet-Friendly International Airlines
Our dog is light enough to travel in the cabin with us on most airlines. However, we always each airlines’ pet travel policy. Travelling by plane with a dog is often complicated, especially if you have a large dog or a dog that barely exceeds the weight limit. In these cases, you must make the decision to fly with your pet in the hold. This can be very dangerous, as several pet deaths in recent years have pointed out. So we decided to share our reviews of airlines and dig into the pet traveling policies of quite a few of them. We tested some international flights that allow pets with varying degrees of satisfaction.
Airlines That are Pet-Friendly in Europe
One of the pet-friendly airlines we didn’t enjoy flying with was Air Canada. More specifically Air Canada Rouge.
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Here are the airlines specific policies regarding pet travel in the cabin or in the cargo hold of the airline.
All the information you need if you plan on traveling with your pet aboard the Luxembourg airline. We cover required documents, dog carrier sizes and cost.
How to buy an Air France flight ticket for your dog, flight fares, what cash register to buy and what administrative formalities to complete.
Here are all the up-to-date instructions you need to follow to take your dog on a trip and fly with Air Transat.
Austrian Airlines does accept dogs on board. Here’s what you have to know + our 2019 review when we fly with our dog in cabin.
Need help picking the proper cage for your dog? Afraid of buying the wrong IATA cage to fly your pet in the cargo hold? Check out this article!
Here is the information you need if you are going to fly with your dog aboard Royal Air Maroc.
During our September 2018 European trip, we had to fly a lot between Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Hungary. We were looking for one or
Some airlines do not allow dogs on board. Ryanair does not allow pets on board, just like Easyjet. Your dog won’t be able to travel