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A Perfect Carrier For Cats and Dogs

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Taking your pet on vacation is a great experience, but it can sometimes get complicated! So our team has designed the perfect carrier bag for all your cats and dogs and small animals! After studying the trip with our little companions, once you have all the information on the formalities, and learned all about the basics of traveling with your animals, it’s time to get practical!

Multiple Accessories

First of all, the bag includes several accessories:

  • First of all, a foldable bowl to be able to give food or drink to your pet everywhere!
  • Then, a safety leash, for a trip in complete peace of mind.
  • Finally, a name tag, to leave serenely!

Size

Then the bag is perfectly suited for small animals:

  • The bag is spacious, it measures 45x31x33cm, so the animal can be comfortable and move around in peace.
  • It is also foldable very easily. Its folded size is 45x31x9cm, so you can store it very easily!

Multiple use

You also wear it in many ways:

  • The bag can be worn as a backpack.
  • The bag can be carried as a handbag.
  • The bag can be put on a suitcase.

An adaptable carrying bag

The pillow is perfectly suited for your pet:

  • The cushion has 2 different faces, so you can use it in summer in winter, and your pet will always be comfortable.
  • The pad attaches to the bag with two zippers. Thanks to this, even if your animal moves during transport, the cushion will not move!
  • The cushions are removable and machine washable at 30°C.
  • Finally, the bag comes with two cushions. So you can interchange it as you wish. It’s really handy if your pet has an accident and urinates during the trip.

This transport bag is therefore perfect for your little companions, cats or dogs! The bag is sold directly on Amazon (link below)

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Luxair – Animals on board

Pink and white airplane

Luxair is a Luxembourg company.

Plane tickets

Animals are accepted in the cabin by the Luxair company.

Orange suitcase

Animals are accepted in the hold by the Luxair company.

Booking

  • It is advisable to call the company to check availability before booking your ticket.
  • Internet: It is possible to book online.
  • Call: It is possible to book by call ((+352) 2456-1).
  • Agency: It is possible to book in agency.

Perform the check-in

The passenger must check in with an agent, he will have to fill out a form.

It is recommended to register at least 2 hours before.

Destinations

  • Germany
  • England
  • Austria
  • Bulgaria
  • Cap Verde
  • Croatia
  • Denmark
  • Egypt
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Spain
  • Finland
  • France
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Morocco
  • Montenegro
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Czech Republic
  • Serbia
  • Swiss
  • Sweden
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey

Service animals

  • Services available: Service animals
  • Pets allowed: Dog
  • Free transportation.
  • Reservation: At least 72 hours before departure.
  • Not subject to the container obligation.
  • Not subject to size and weight restrictions.
  • The passenger has:
    • Valid medical certificate indicating the need for the assistance dog
    • Passport or veterinary health certificate
    • Medal if the dog comes from Luxembourg
    • Document certifying affiliation to: International Federation of Guide Dogs or Assistance Dogs International (ADI)
    • Any other necessary document
  • The passenger should inform himself of the regulations, some countries do not accept assistance dogs.
  • The animal is identified with an SVAN code.
  • The animal is in a container or on a leash.
  • The animal is strapped to the passenger seat belt during take off, landing, and whenever seat belt signals are activated via its leash. 
  • The dog cannot sit on a seat.
  • The dog cannot obstruct the hallways.
  • It is recommended to use a harness.
  • The dog must obey and behave correctly: not to bark, growl, jump on passengers or animals.
  • Passengers traveling with a service animal cannot travel with a pet.

Sanitary conditions

  • Clean, harmless.
  • The animal is in good health.
  • The animal does not have a bad smell.
  • The animal is not pregnant.
  • Passengers should inform themselves about the regulations of the countries of departure, transit, and arrival.
  • Travel in EU:
    • European passport with anti-rabies vaccination minimum 30 days and maximum 3 years before departure
    • Identified via microchip
  • Travel outside the EU:
    • European passport with anti-rabies vaccination minimum 30 days and maximum 3 years before departure
    • Antibody titration
    • Sanitary certificate

Animals in the Luxair cabin

Terms and conditions

  • Number of animals: 3 per plane
  • Pets allowed: Dogs, Cats
  • Specific conditions: Should not be an unaccompanied minor
  • Maximum weight: 8 KILOS (INCLUDING THE CONTAINER)
  • Destinations not served: United Kingdom, Ireland, United Arab Emirates
  • Transport of 2 animals in a container if the dimensions and weight are respected, and that the animals get along well.
DOGS REFUSED
Dog breeds classified as dangerous dogs:
EXAMPLES: American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier (miniature Bull Terriers are not classified as fighting dogs), American Bulldog, Dogo Argentino, Karabash (Kangal) (Anatolian Sheepdog), Caucasian Ovcharka (Caucasian Shepherd Dog), Rottweiler, Mastiffs, Tosas, Fila Brasileiro

The container

CONTAINER DIMENSIONSEXIT OF THE ANIMAL DURING THE FLIGHTCONTAINER PROPERTIES
45CM X 23CM X 25CM
45CM X 42CM X 20CM
NOSoft or rigid.
Clean, waterproof.
The animal should be able to stand up and turn around without difficulty.
Scratch resistant.
Does not allow the animal to escape.

The rate

50 € per trip.

Animals in Luxair’s hold

Terms and conditions

  • Number of animals: 2 per plane
  • Pets allowed: Dogs, Cats
  • Specific conditions: Not to be an unaccompanied minor
  • Minimum weight: 8 KILOS (INCLUDING THE CONTAINER)
  • Maximum weight: 50 KILOS (INCLUDING THE CONTAINER)
  • Destinations not served: United Kingdom, Ireland, United Arab Emirates
  • The animal must not be injured, it must not be on a tranquilizer.
DOGS REFUSED
Dogs with flat, short or upturned muzzles:
EXAMPLES: Affenpinscher, American Bully, American Pit Bull Terrier, Pit Bull, American Staffordshire, “Amstaff”, Boston terrier, Boxer, Brussels Griffon, Bulldog (all types), Cavalier King Charles, Chow Chow, Shih-Tzu, English Toy Spaniel, Prince Charles Spaniel, Japanese Chinese Spaniel, Lhasa Apso, Mastiffs (all types), Pekingese, Shar-Pei, Chinese Shar-Pei, Pug (all types), Staffordshire bull terrier, “Staffies “, Tibetan Spaniel, Chihuahua, Boxer, Pug.
REFUSED CATS
Cats with a flat, short or upturned muzzle:
EXAMPLES: Burmese, Exotic shorthair, Himalayan, Persian and Scottish

The container

CONTAINER DIMENSIONSCONTAINER PROPERTIESSPECIFIC PROPERTIES DANGEROUS DOG BREEDS
Height: Allows the animal to stand up without touching the ceiling
Length: from the muzzle to the base of the tail, plus the height between the ground and the animal’s elbow
Width: Width of the shoulder blades multiplied by two
Clean, waterproof.
Scratch resistant.
Does not allow the animal to escape.
Suitable for transport, allowing watering, feeding and cleaning.
Does not allow the animal to injure itself.
Airy on several sides.
Absorbent material covers the bottom of the container (straw prohibited).
The wheels are removed, or blocked with adhesive tape in the case of retractable wheels.
The animal can turn, lie down, stand with its head fully erect easily, without touching the ceiling of the container.
Leashes and muzzles should be removed from the crate, and the animal should not be wearing them.
The shell is made of fiberglass or rigid plastic.
Door closing system: centralized, it simultaneously locks the low and high closing of the door.
Bolts hold the 2 parts of the container.
The door hinges should protrude at least 1 inch above the horizontal ledge above and below the door.
Any other side closing system is strictly prohibited.
The hull is made of wood, metal, synthetic material, welded mesh or wire mesh. It cannot contain plastic.
A secure attachment is present on the opening.
The opening is made of strong wire mesh, metal or reinforced wood.
Additional design principles regarding frame, sides, floor, top and opening also apply.
The openings do not allow the animal to pass parts of its body to the outside.

The trip

Food in a bowl

Food and drink

Food and water containers must be empty, fixed to the floor, and must be capable of being filled without opening the cage.

Orange leash

The trip

The animal will be taken care of by Luxair services at check-in. In the event of a connection, Luxair will only be responsible for journeys made by the company.

The rate

100 € per trip.

Book or discover another company

For complete conditions, or additional information, it is possible to contact the company.

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Allegiant Airlines – Animals on Board

Allegiant Airlines
Pink and white airplane

Allegiant Airlines is an American company.

Plane tickets

Pets are accepted in the cabin by Allegiant Airlines.

Orange suitcase

Animals are not accepted in the hold by Allegiant Airlines.

Check in

The passenger must arrive at least 1 hour in advance to allow officers to verify that the animal and its container are following the rules.

Destinations

  • United States

Sanitary conditions

  • The animal must not be dangerous.
  • The animal must not be sick.
  • The animal should not be violent or in physical distress.
  • The animal must not have an odor.
  • The animal must not disturb other passengers.

Animals in the cabin of Allegiant Airlines

Terms and conditions

  • Number of animals per passenger: 1
  • Pets allowed: Dogs, Cats
  • Specific conditions: Not to be less than 15 years old.

The container

CONTAINER DIMENSIONSEXIT OF THE ANIMAL DURING THE FLIGHTCONTAINER PROPERTIES
LENGTH: 48.26CM X HEIGHT: 22.86CM X WIDTH: 40.64CMNOAllows the animal to stand, move, lie down, and stand in a natural way.

The trip

Blue airplane seat

Passenger location

Passengers must not sit in the rows where the emergency exits are located, a row before / after an emergency exit row, or occupy a seat with a partition.

The tariff

100 € per container per segment

Book or discover another company

For complete conditions, or additional information, it is possible to contact the company.

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Wizz Air – Animals on board

Wizz Air Logo
Pink and white airplane

Wizz Air is a Hungarian company.

Plane tickets

Animals are not accepted in the cabin by the company Wizz Air.

Orange suitcase

Animals are not accepted in the hold by Wizz Air.

Destinations

  • Albania
  • Germany
  • Armenia
  • Austria
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belgium
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Cyprus
  • Croatia
  • Denmark
  • Egypt
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Spain
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Georgia
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kosovo
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • North Macedonia
  • Malta
  • Morocco
  • Moldova
  • Montenegro
  • Norway
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Czech republic
  • Romania
  • UK
  • Russia
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Sweden
  • Swiss
  • Ukraine

Service animals

  • Service available: Service animals
  • Service not available: Emotional support animals
  • Free transportation
  • Service available: European Union, from European Union
  • Number of animals per flight: 1
  • The animal should not sit on a seat.
  • The passenger must report the animal when booking, and contact support.
  • Required documents to send to the company maximum 48 hours before departure:
    • Certificate attesting that the dog is approved for assistance
    • The documents required in the countries of departure, destination, transit

Book or discover another company

For complete conditions, or additional information, it is possible to contact the company.

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World Animal Day

Today, October 4, is World Animal Day! An opportunity to raise awareness about animal protection, and take action against their suffering. Established in 1931 on Saint-François d’Assise, the protector of animals, it allows us to celebrate our little animals!

This day is also an opportunity to adopt or get involved with our animal friends! Many events are organized by various associations or companies! It is therefore an opportunity to participate, to fight against the scourge of animal suffering!

It is of course also a day when it is good (like every day) to pamper your animal! Playing and cuddling are animal therefore perfect activities for October 4th!

Finally, this day is of course not only dedicated to pets, it is also dedicated to wild animals, especially endangered animals. This day therefore makes it possible to fight against this scourge.

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Traveling to Belgium with a cat

Belgique

Travel from the European Union *

* Including Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican and Norway.

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel to Belgium with a cat. In fact, cats are allowed as part of a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip (except if the purpose of the trip is to attend a competition, a show, a sporting event or a training session. relationship with this type of event **) under certain conditions that we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact authorities, animals must be over six months old and the owner must be able to prove that the animal is registered to participate in such an event, or is registered with an organization that arranges such events.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a cat requires meeting a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old. It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.

What documents are needed?

Here are the documents needed to travel to Belgium with your cat:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • Animal passport issued by an authorized veterinarian.
  • Animals from Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican:

Travel from a listed third country *

* Including Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Ascension, Australia, Barbados, Bahrain, Belarus, Bermuda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Netherlands Antilles, Fiji, Falkland Islands, Polynesia French, Guam, Hong Kong, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Malaysia, (Special rules for Malaysia), Mauritius, Mayotte, Mexico, Monaco, Montserrat, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Russia, Saint Helena , Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Switzerland, Singapore, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates, United States, Vanuatu, Vatican, Wallis, Futuna and Saint Lucia.

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel to Belgium with a cat. In fact, cats are allowed as part of a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip ** under certain conditions which we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact the authorities, in an emergency situation such as a natural disaster, a derogation may possibly be granted, however the animals will be placed in quarantine.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a cat requires meeting a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old.
    • It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.
  • The animal must be reported when crossing the border at a point of entry into the European Union.
    • Brussels national airport
    • Liège Airport
    • Ostend Airport
    • Charleroi Airport
    • Border inspection posts at Liège and Brussels national airports

What documents are needed?

Here are the documents needed to travel to Belgium with your cat:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • All the following documents must be attached and numbered, the reference number being noted on each page, signed and stamped by the veterinarian on each page:
    • Animal passport:
      • Including a veterinary certificate (not necessary if there is a European passport, and valid rabies vaccination)
      • Completed by a licensed veterinarian
      • The animal has 10 days after the completion of the certificate to travel, it can then travel 4 months from the date it will be stamped inside the EU with it, or until the rabies vaccination expires if it arrives before
    • Identification certificate
    • Rabies vaccination certificate
    • Owner’s declaration for pets
    • Health certificate: issued by an official veterinarian of the country of origin maximum 10 days before departure

Travel from an unlisted third country

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel to Belgium with a cat. In fact, cats are allowed as part of a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip ** under certain conditions which we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact the authorities, in an emergency situation such as a natural disaster, a derogation may possibly be granted, however the animals will be placed in quarantine.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a cat requires meeting a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old. It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.
  • The animal must be reported when crossing the border at a point of entry into the European Union.
    • Brussels national airport
    • Liège Airport
    • Ostend Airport
    • Charleroi Airport
    • Border inspection posts at Liège and Brussels national airports
  • Rabies antibody test performed.
    • The test is performed on a blood sample taken at least 30 days after the date of vaccination and at least three months before entering Belgium.
    • This is done by a licensed veterinarian.
    • The collection is reported in the veterinary certificate or passport (appropriate section)
    • Carried out in an approved laboratory
    • The test should measure a level of neutralizing antibodies against rabies virus in serum equal to or greater than 0.5 IU / ml and using a method prescribed in the relevant part of the chapter on rabies in the Manual of Tests for diagnostics and vaccines for terrestrial animals from the World Organization for Animal Health.
    • The cat must be accompanied by an original report or a certified true copy of the report from the approved laboratory on the results of the anti-rabies antibody test.
    • It is not necessary to repeat the test after a satisfactory result, provided that the pet is revaccinated within the validity period of the previous vaccination.
    • Three-month period: The veterinary certificate must be issued at least 3 months after the blood collection, the anti-rabies vaccination must not expire (it must therefore be revaccinated if the old one has expired) during this period. Not applicable if it concerns the reimportation of an animal whose pet passport certifies the antibody titration carried out with a positive result before the animal leaves the importation territory or the territory of a Member state of the EU, Iceland or Norway.

What documents are needed?

Here are the documents needed to travel to Belgium with your cat:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • All the following documents must be attached and numbered, the reference number being noted on each page, signed and stamped by the veterinarian on each page:
    • Animal passport:
      • Including a veterinary certificate (not necessary if there is a European passport, and if the anti-rabies vaccination does not expire during the trip abroad)
      • Completed by a licensed veterinarian
      • The animal has 10 days after the completion of the certificate to travel, it can then travel 4 months from the date it will be stamped inside the EU with it, or until the rabies vaccination expires if it arrives before
    • Identification certificate
    • Rabies vaccination certificate
    • Owner’s Declaration for Pets (Form E9.204)
    • Rabies antibody test result
    • Health certificate: issued by an official veterinarian of the country of origin maximum 10 days before departure

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Traveling in Belgium with a dog

Travel from the European Union *

* Including Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican and Norway.

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel to Belgium with a dog. Indeed, dogs are allowed as part of a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip (except if the purpose of the trip is to attend a competition, a show, a sporting event or a training session. relationship with this type of event **) under certain conditions that we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact authorities, animals must be over six months old and the owner must be able to prove that the animal is registered to participate in such an event, or is registered with an organization that arranges such events.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a dog requires fulfilling a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old. It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.

What documents are needed?

Here are the documents needed to travel to Belgium with your dog:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • Animal passport issued by an authorized veterinarian.
  • Animals from Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican:

Travel from a listed third country *

* Including Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Ascension, Australia, Barbados, Bahrain, Belarus, Bermuda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Netherlands Antilles, Fiji, Falkland Islands, Polynesia French, Guam, Hong Kong, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Malaysia, (Special rules for Malaysia), Mauritius, Mayotte, Mexico, Monaco, Montserrat, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Russia, Saint Helena , Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Switzerland, Singapore, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates, United States, Vanuatu, Vatican, Wallis, Futuna and Saint Lucia.

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel to Belgium with a dog. Indeed, dogs are allowed on a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip ** under certain conditions which we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact the authorities, in an emergency situation such as a natural disaster, a derogation may possibly be granted, however the animals will be placed in quarantine.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a dog requires fulfilling a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old.
    • It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.
  • The animal must be reported when crossing the border at a point of entry into the European Union.
    • Brussels national airport
    • Liège Airport
    • Ostend Airport
    • Charleroi Airport
    • Border inspection posts at Liège and Brussels national airports

What documents are needed?

Here are the documents needed to travel to Belgium with your dog:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • All the following documents must be attached and numbered, the reference number being noted on each page, signed and stamped by the veterinarian on each page:
    • Animal passport:
      • Including a veterinary certificate (not necessary if there is a European passport, and valid rabies vaccination)
      • Completed by a licensed veterinarian
      • The animal has 10 days after the completion of the certificate to travel, it can then travel 4 months from the date it will be stamped inside the EU with it, or until the rabies vaccination expires if it arrives before
    • Identification certificate
    • Rabies vaccination certificate
    • Owner’s declaration for pets
    • Health certificate: issued by an official veterinarian of the country of origin maximum 10 days before departure

Travel from an unlisted third country

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel to Belgium with a dog. Indeed, dogs are allowed on a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip ** under certain conditions which we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact the authorities, in an emergency situation such as a natural disaster, a derogation may possibly be granted, however the animals will be placed in quarantine.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a dog requires fulfilling a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old. It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.
  • The animal must be reported when crossing the border at a point of entry into the European Union.
    • Brussels national airport
    • Liège Airport
    • Ostend Airport
    • Charleroi Airport
    • Border inspection posts at Liège and Brussels national airports
  • Rabies antibody test performed.
    • The test is performed on a blood sample taken at least 30 days after the date of vaccination and at least three months before entering Belgium.
    • This is done by a licensed veterinarian.
    • The collection is reported in the veterinary certificate or passport (appropriate section)
    • Carried out in an approved laboratory
    • The test should measure a level of neutralizing antibodies against rabies virus in serum equal to or greater than 0.5 IU / ml and using a method prescribed in the relevant part of the chapter on rabies in the Manual of Tests for diagnostics and vaccines for terrestrial animals from the World Organization for Animal Health.
    • The dog must be accompanied by an original report or a certified true copy of the report from the accredited laboratory on the results of the anti-rabies antibody test.
    • It is not necessary to repeat the test after a satisfactory result, provided that the pet is revaccinated within the validity period of the previous vaccination.
    • Three-month period: The veterinary certificate must be issued at least 3 months after the blood collection, the anti-rabies vaccination must not expire (it must therefore be revaccinated if the old one has expired) during this period. Not applicable if it concerns the reimportation of an animal whose pet passport certifies the antibody titration carried out with a positive result before the animal leaves the importation territory or the territory of a Member state of the EU, Iceland or Norway.

What documents are needed?

Here are the documents needed to travel to Belgium with your dog:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • All the following documents must be attached and numbered, the reference number being noted on each page, signed and stamped by the veterinarian on each page:
    • Animal passport:
      • Including a veterinary certificate (not necessary if there is a European passport, and if the anti-rabies vaccination does not expire during the trip abroad)
      • Completed by a licensed veterinarian
      • The animal has 10 days after the completion of the certificate to travel, it can then travel 4 months from the date it will be stamped inside the EU with it, or until the rabies vaccination expires if it arrives before
    • Identification certificate
    • Rabies vaccination certificate
    • Owner’s Declaration for Pets (Form E9.204)
    • Rabies antibody test result
    • Health certificate: issued by an official veterinarian of the country of origin maximum 10 days before departure
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Traveling in Belgium with a bird

Travel from the European Economic Area *

* Including Switzerland, Andorra, Croatia, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City State

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel to Belgium with a bird. This is because birds are allowed in a maximum of 5 animals per trip as part of a non-commercial trip under certain conditions which we will explore. Please note, however, that certain species, such as poultry and birds of prey, are not considered domestic animals and therefore cannot be transported on a non-commercial trip.

What are the entry requirements?

  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal must not change owners or be sold.
  • In case of CITES protective measures, it may not be possible to enter or a permit may be required.
  • The animal is in good health.
  • The person traveling with the animal is responsible for it, and for being careful to follow the rules. If this is not respected, the traveler can be stopped at the border.
  • The animal must be born and raised in captivity.
  • Customs restrictions may apply.

What documents are needed?

  • No specific document is required.

Travel from a third country or another territory *

* Excluding Switzerland, Andorra, Croatia, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City State

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel to Belgium with a bird. This is because birds are allowed in a maximum of 5 animals per trip as part of a non-commercial trip under certain conditions which we will explore. Please note, however, that certain species, such as poultry and birds of prey, are not considered domestic animals and therefore cannot be transported on a non-commercial trip.

What are the entry requirements?

  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal must not change owners or be sold.
  • In case of CITES protection measures or the Species Protection Ordinance, it may not be possible to enter or a permit may be required.
  • The animal is in good health.
  • The bird must come from an OIE member country, and authorized.
  • The person traveling with the animal is responsible for it, and for being careful to follow the rules. If this is not respected, the traveler can be stopped at the border.
  • The animal must be born and raised in captivity.
  • Customs restrictions may apply.
  • Quarantine conditions must be met before import:
    • The animal was kept in isolation under official surveillance at least 30 days before departure in a country listed in part 1 of Annex I or Annex II or,
    • The animal has been kept in isolation at least 10 days before departure and has been tested for the H5N1 antigen or the H5N1 genome (after the 3rd day of isolation) and this must show that the animal is not not carrying avian influenza, the representative must sign a document certifying that the tests have been carried out or,
    • Birds must be transported to a household or other domicile and may participate in shows, fairs, exhibitions or other events involving birds no earlier than 30 days after arrival.
    • The animal was kept in isolation under official surveillance for at least 30 days after arrival in the European Union in an approved place (no place is available in Sweden, places are available in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece , Ireland, Malta, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Czech Republic)
  • A veterinary examination must be carried out before importation.
  • Entry is possible via authorized stations:
    • Brussels national airport
    • Liège Airport
  • If in doubt during the veterinary inspection, additional examinations at the owner’s expense will be carried out.

What documents are needed?

  • Import permit
    • The request must be made at least 30 days before the trip.
    • Fees are applied
    • Name and address must be indicated
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Traveling to Belgium with an exotic pet

Belgique

Exotic pets

Travel from the European Economic Area *

* Including Andorra, Faroe Islands, Norway, Switzerland

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel in Belgium with an exotic pet. Indeed, exotic pets are allowed in a maximum of 5 animals per trip as part of a non-commercial trip under certain conditions which we will explore.

What are the entry requirements?

  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal must not change owners or be sold.
  • In case of CITES protective measures, it may not be possible to enter or a permit may be required.
  • The person traveling with the animal is responsible for it, and for being careful to follow the rules. If this is not respected, the traveler can be stopped at the border.

What documents are needed?

  • No specific document is required.

Travel from a third country or another territory *

* Excluding Andorra, Faroe Islands, Norway, Switzerland

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel in Belgium with an exotic pet. Indeed, exotic pets are allowed in a maximum of 5 animals per trip as part of a non-commercial trip under certain conditions which we will explore.

What are the entry requirements?

  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal must not change owners or be sold.
  • In case of CITES protection measures or the Species Protection Ordinance, it may not be possible to enter or a permit may be required.
  • Entry is possible via authorized stations:
    • Brussels national airport
    • Liège Airport
    • Ostend Airport
    • Charleroi Airport
    • Border inspection posts at Liège and Brussels national airports
  • The person traveling with the animal is responsible for it, and for being careful to follow the rules. If this is not respected, the traveler can be stopped at the border.

What documents are needed?

  • Import authorization requested from the Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain: import@afsca.be

Ferrets

Travel from the European Union *

* Including Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican and Norway.

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel in Belgium with a ferret. Indeed, ferrets are authorized as part of a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip (except if the purpose of the trip is to attend a competition, a show, a sporting event or a training session. relationship with this type of event **) under certain conditions that we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact authorities, animals must be over six months old and the owner must be able to prove that the animal is registered to participate in such an event, or is registered with an organization that arranges such events.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a ferret requires meeting a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old. It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.

What documents are needed?

Here are the necessary documents to travel to Belgium with your ferret:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • Animal passport issued by an authorized veterinarian.
  • Animals from Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican:

Travel from a listed third country *

* Including Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Ascension, Australia, Barbados, Bahrain, Belarus, Bermuda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Netherlands Antilles, Fiji, Falkland Islands, Polynesia French, Guam, Hong Kong, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Malaysia, (Special rules for Malaysia), Mauritius, Mayotte, Mexico, Monaco, Montserrat, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Russia, Saint Helena , Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Switzerland, Singapore, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates, United States, Vanuatu, Vatican, Wallis, Futuna and Saint Lucia.

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel in Belgium with a ferret. Indeed, ferrets are allowed as part of a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip ** under certain conditions which we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact the authorities, in an emergency situation such as a natural disaster, a derogation may possibly be granted, however the animals will be placed in quarantine.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a ferret requires meeting a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old.
    • It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.
  • The animal must be reported when crossing the border at a point of entry into the European Union.
    • Brussels national airport
    • Liège Airport
    • Ostend Airport
    • Charleroi Airport
    • Border inspection posts at Liège and Brussels national airports

What documents are needed?

Here are the necessary documents to travel to Belgium with your ferret:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • All the following documents must be attached and numbered, the reference number being noted on each page, signed and stamped by the veterinarian on each page:
    • Animal passport:
      • Including a veterinary certificate (not necessary if there is a European passport, and valid anti-rabies vaccination)
      • Completed by a licensed veterinarian
      • The animal has 10 days after the completion of the certificate to travel, it can then travel 4 months from the date it will be stamped inside the EU with it, or until the rabies vaccination expires if it arrives before
    • Identification certificate
    • Rabies vaccination certificate
    • Owner’s declaration for pets
    • Health certificate: issued by an official veterinarian of the country of origin maximum 10 days before departure

Travel from an unlisted third country

Which animals are allowed?

It is possible to travel in Belgium with a ferret. Indeed, ferrets are allowed as part of a non-commercial trip in a maximum of 5 animals per trip ** under certain conditions which we will explore. They must be at least 15 weeks old.

** Attention: Exceptions exist, please contact the authorities, in an emergency situation such as a natural disaster, a derogation may possibly be granted, however the animals will be placed in quarantine.

What are the entry requirements?

Traveling in Belgium with a ferret requires meeting a few conditions:

  • The movement of the animal must take place because the owner needs to go to Belgium.
  • The move must take place a maximum of five days before or after the arrival of the owner.
  • Transportation must be with the owner, or with another person having written permission from the owner to travel with the animals on behalf of the owner.
  • The animal is identified by a chip or a clearly legible tattoo
    • Chip: Complies with ISO 11784 standards, using HDX or FDX-B technology, can be read with a chip reader conforming to 11785 standards. If this is not possible, the owner must provide a chip reader capable of reading the chip.
    • Tattoo: Accepted if done before July 3, 2011
    • Identification: Performed before rabies vaccines
  • The animal has a rabies vaccine.
    • The vaccine is performed by an authorized veterinarian.
    • The vaccine is given when the animal is at least 12 weeks old. It is entered in the passport, as is the period of validity (a section is reserved for it).
    • The vaccine is given after identification.
    • Validity: The vaccine is valid 21 days after the end of the vaccination protocol required by the manufacturer for a primary vaccination. During a revaccination, there is no waiting period if it is done within the validity period of the previous one. If the revaccination is not carried out within the validity period of the previous one, it is considered as primary vaccination.
    • The vaccine should be either an inactivated vaccine of at least one antigenic unit per dose (recommendation of the World Health Organization) or a recombinant vaccine expressing the immunizing glycoprotein of the rabies virus in a live viral vector. If administered in an EU country, the vaccine must have received marketing authorization.
  • The animal must be reported when crossing the border at a point of entry into the European Union.
    • Brussels national airport
    • Liège Airport
    • Ostend Airport
    • Charleroi Airport
    • Border inspection posts at Liège and Brussels national airports
  • Rabies antibody test performed.
    • The test is performed on a blood sample taken at least 30 days after the date of vaccination and at least three months before entering Belgium.
    • This is done by a licensed veterinarian.
    • The collection is reported in the veterinary certificate or passport (appropriate section)
    • Carried out in an approved laboratory
    • The test should measure a level of neutralizing antibodies against rabies virus in serum equal to or greater than 0.5 IU / ml and using a method prescribed in the relevant part of the chapter on rabies in the Manual of Tests for diagnostics and vaccines for terrestrial animals from the World Organization for Animal Health.
    • The ferret must be accompanied by an original report or a certified true copy of the report from the accredited laboratory on the results of the anti-rabies antibody test.
    • It is not necessary to repeat the test after a satisfactory result, provided that the pet is revaccinated within the validity period of the previous vaccination.
    • Three-month period: The veterinary certificate must be issued at least 3 months after the blood collection, the anti-rabies vaccination must not expire (it must therefore be revaccinated if the old one has expired) during this period. Not applicable if it concerns the reimportation of an animal whose pet passport certifies the antibody titration carried out with a positive result before the animal leaves the importation territory or the territory of a Member state of the EU, Iceland or Norway.

What documents are needed?

Here are the necessary documents to travel to Belgium with your ferret:

  • If the animal is not traveling with the owner, the person traveling with the animal must have written permission to travel with the owner. It must also have a copy of the passenger’s ticket to have proof of the passenger’s departure date.
  • All the following documents must be attached and numbered, the reference number being noted on each page, signed and stamped by the veterinarian on each page:
    • Animal passport:
      • Including a veterinary certificate (not necessary if there is a European passport, and if the rabies vaccination does not expire during the trip abroad)
      • Completed by a licensed veterinarian
      • The animal has 10 days after the completion of the certificate to travel, it can then travel 4 months from the date it will be stamped inside the EU with it, or until the rabies vaccination expires if it arrives before
    • Identification certificate
    • Rabies vaccination certificate
    • Owner’s Declaration for Pets (Form E9.204)
    • Rabies antibody test result
    • Health certificate: issued by an official veterinarian of the country of origin maximum 10 days before departure
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Air New Zealand – Animals on board

Air New Zealand Logo
Pink and white airplane

Air New Zealand is a New Zealand company.

Plane tickets

Pets are not accepted in the cabin by Air New Zealand.

Orange suitcase

Animals are accepted in the hold by Air New Zealand.

Destinations

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • China
  • South Korea
  • United States
  • Fiji
  • Cook Islands
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Niue
  • New Caledonia
  • New Zealand
  • Samoa
  • Singapore
  • Tahiti
  • Taiwan
  • Tonga
  • Vietnam

Animals in Air New Zealand’s hold

Terms and conditions

  • Number of animals per passenger: 1
  • Pets allowed: Dogs, Cats, Birds
  • Pet-friendly flights: Domestic flights

The container

CONTAINER DIMENSIONSCONTAINER PROPERTIES
A320: HEIGHT: 65 CM X WIDTH: 85 CM
Link (5000 and 8000 series): HEIGHT: 70 CM X WIDTH: 50 CM
Bolts or another two-stage closure system hold the 2 parts of the container together. Latches are not enough.
Container over 60 cm long: Minimum two bolts on each side.
Made of rigid plastic.
Door hinges must protrude at least 1.6 cm above the horizontal ledge above and below the door.
At less than 3 cm from the door a bolt, a screw or a clamp will be placed.
Hose clamps are placed at the four corners of the door.
The clamps cannot be cut, moreover they cannot pass via ventilation openings

Container closed via straps prohibited
Container with an upper hatch prohibited
Door with pins capped with a rotating clasp prohibited.

The tariff

Up to 25kg75 NZD
26KG and more100 NZD

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Air Mauritius – Animals on board

Air Mauritius Logo
Pink and white airplane

Air Mauritius is a Mauritian company.

Plane tickets

Animals are not accepted in the cabin by Air Mauritius.

Orange suitcase

Animals are accepted in the hold by Air Mauritius.

Destinations

  • South Africa
  • Germany
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • China
  • Denmark
  • Egypt
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Spain
  • France
  • Mauritius
  • India
  • Italy
  • Kenya
  • The meeting
  • Madagascar
  • Malaysia
  • Norway
  • Pakistan
  • Netherlands
  • United Kingdom
  • Seychelles
  • Singapore
  • Sri Lanka
  • Sweden
  • Swiss
  • Thailand

Sanitary conditions

  • Up-to-date vaccines
  • Healthy.
  • Holds all necessary permits.

Animals in the hold of Air Mauritius

Terms and conditions

  • Pets allowed: Dogs, Cats, Birds, etc.

The tariff

If the animal is in transit through Mauritius with a long layover / night, additional charges may apply. Indeed special arrangements such as the employment of a service provider for the walk or the feeding of the animal can be taken.

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Tunisair – Animals on board

Tunisair Logo
Pink and white airplane

Tunisair is a Tunisian company.

Plane tickets

Animals are accepted in the cabin by the Tunisair company.

Orange suitcase

Animals are accepted in the hold by the Tunisair company.

Reservation (animal):

  • By email: callcenter.casspeciaux@tunisair.com.tn
  • By call: 0021 670 101.310 (Platinum number: 81 10 77 77)

Destinations

  • Algeria
  • Germany
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Benign
  • Burkina Faso
  • Canada
  • Ivory Coast
  • Egypt
  • Spain
  • France
  • Guinea
  • Italy
  • Lebanon
  • Mali
  • Malta
  • Morocco
  • Mauritania
  • Niger
  • Netherlands
  • Portugal
  • Czech republic
  • United Kingdom
  • Senegal
  • Serbia
  • Swiss
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey

Sanitary conditions

  • Health certificate signed by the health authorities and identifying the animal
  • Vaccination certificate attesting to the vaccination against rabies signed by the health authorities

Service animals

  • Pets accepted: Dogs
  • Free transportation

Animals in the cabin of Tunisair

Terms and conditions

  • Pets allowed: Dogs, Cats, Birds …
  • Maximum weight: 8 KILOS (INCLUDING THE CONTAINER)
  • Restrictions or prohibitions may apply depending on the destinations and the planes, so you must contact the company.

The container

CONTAINER DIMENSIONSCONTAINER PROPERTIES
55CM X 40CM X 20CMSuitable for this type of transport.

The tariff

From Tunisia

Flights to and from North Africa (including Libya) and Europe100 TND
Flights to and from the Middle East (Egypt, Lebanon), Turkey and Russia125 TND
Flights to and from the Middle East and West Africa175 TND
Connecting flights between Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North America via Tunisia225 TND

Coming from abroad

Flights to and from North Africa (including Libya) and Europe50 €
Flights to and from the Middle East (Egypt, Lebanon), Turkey and Russia75 €
Flights to and from the Middle East and West Africa100 €
Connecting flights between Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North America via Tunisia€ 125

Animals in the hold of Tunisair

Terms and conditions

  • Pets allowed: Dogs, Cats, Birds …
  • Minimum weight: 8 KILOS (INCLUDING THE CONTAINER)
  • Maximum weight: 32 KILOS (INCLUDING THE CONTAINER)
  • Restrictions or prohibitions may apply depending on the destinations and the planes, so you must contact the company.

The container

CONTAINER PROPERTIES
Suitable for this type of transport.

The tariff

From Tunisia

Flights to and from North Africa (including Libya) and Europe125 TND
Flights to and from the Middle East (Egypt, Lebanon), Turkey and Russia175 TND
Flights to and from the Middle East and West Africa225 TND
Connecting flights between Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North America via Tunisia275 TND

Coming from abroad

Flights to and from North Africa (including Libya) and Europe75 €
Flights to and from the Middle East (Egypt, Lebanon), Turkey and Russia100 €
Flights to and from the Middle East and West Africa€ 125
Connecting flights between Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North America via Tunisia150 €

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