Have you got a pet passport and then wondered ‘what’s next’? Who should you fly with? Who offers the best care as well as costs for flying?

During National Pet Month, eDreams, an online travel agency, has compiled a comprehensive guide for British passengers looking to fly abroad with their beloved pets to help give you everything you might need including fees, carriage specifications, booking requirements, and relevant rules and regulations when it comes to arranging for household pets to fly in the hold compartment of a commercial plane, or in some cases, on board with their owner.

If needed, you can download a larger version of the above infographic here


If you’re taking a trip overseas with your dog this year, let us know – we’d love to follow your story!

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