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There’s a few things you need to know if your favorite four-legged companion is going to join you on a private jet flight.
If you have a pet, you know how tough it may be to travel with them in various ways. Hotels and resorts aren’t always pet-friendly. And if you’re flying commercial, not every pet gets to ride with you inside the cabin. Often, Pets are relegated to the belly of the plane to ride with the cargo.
Not to mention the looks you often get from your fellow passengers for bringing your furry friend along.
That’s where private aviation comes in. Here are the key things you need to know before loading your Goldendoodle onto your Gulfstream.
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Only Healthy Pets Are Allowed!
The first thing to know is that if you’re going to take your dog on a private jet, it needs to be healthy. Most share services, charter and jet card companies discourage bringing pets aboard the plane unless they’re in good shape.
Think about it, even though you’ll have more elbow room flying private than you would in first class, a jet is still a small space. It’s not someplace you want to be if your dog is vomiting…or worse.