Traveling with pets on a private jet
Is my pet allowed on board my private jet? – This is one of the most frequently asked questions we hear on a regular basis.
The answer to that is a resounding “Yes!”
A flight can be a scary experience for a pet. Unlike a scheduled flight, a pet is allowed in the passenger cabin on a private jet. So this ‘fear of flying’ can be reduced by the reassuring presence of the owner.
Provided all travel documents for your pet are correct and up to date, we will be happy to make all necessary arrangements to ensure your pet is comfortable on board your private jet during the flight.
Each country has individual entry requirements for pets.
Thanks to the recent relaxation of pet travel regulations, it is now even easier to take a pet on a private flight within the UK and Europe:
Pets on flights within Europe and the UK.
Many airports and private jet operators nowadays have permission to operate charter flights with pets on board. In the UK, dogs, cats and ferrets from certain countries are allowed to enter without quarantine under the Pet Travel Scheme (PETS), provided the animals comply with PETS regulations.
Travelers residing in the United Kingdom are allowed to bring their pets in and out of the European Union (EU) and certain other countries without quarantine.
British airports with pet clearance
Leeds Bradford International
London Biggin Hill
London Stansted *NEW
With pets in the USA
The U.S. Department of Transportation and Department of Agriculture have issued the following guidelines for flying with pets within the United States:
- Dogs and cats must be at least 8 weeks old.
- Animals must be weaned (from mother’s milk).
- Animals require proof of rabies vaccination.
- Each state has its own Centers for Disease Control (CDS).