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FLYING WITH PETS

The Most Important Passengers

We love our pets too!

Travelling with your precious pets in the hold of an aircraft is stressful, not only for the pets but for the owners too.

As devout pet owners ourselves, we understand how precious they are so flying your pets by private jet offers an opportunity to enjoy the flight together with them in the cabin!

Whether you are travelling for business, to and from vacation or to and from your second home, we are ideally placed to assist you with your pet travel.

It's also quicker too.  You will need to ensure that all your pets documentation is in order (we will happily advise you on this).  Entering the United Kingdom they will need to have their micro-chip scanned but this can be done on the aircraft or on the ramp.

For safety reasons, the pets will need to be restrained for take off and landing and thus may need to be placed into a travelling container to during this time to ensure your safety and theirs. 

It's also important to note that only certain airports in the United Kingdom have facilities to accept pets.

What you need to know

We will ensure that your flight is DEFRA approved but please note that this can take up to 14 days.  It will also need to be to a DEFRA approved airport.

We will assist you in ensuring that all your documentation is accurate.

If entering the United Kingdom, you must ensure that your pet is micro-chipped and has a pet passport or the necessary veterinary certificate from another country.

Your pet will need to be vacinnated against rabies and you may require a tapeworm treatment.

The following airports are approved for pets to enter the United Kingdom:

 

Manchester Airport, Edinburgh Airport, London Stansted Airport, Biggin Hill Airport, London Oxford Airport, Blackpool Airport, Doncaster Robin Hood Airport, Cambridge Airport, Leeds/Bradford Airport, Bristol Airport, Glasgow Airport and Farnborough Airport. 

The following link will provide you with up-to-date information and requirements:

https://www.gov.uk/bring-your-pet-to-uk