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Since 2004, PetAir UK have transported thousands of cats to their new destinations. Working with the leading airlines that accommodate pets, we can organise every step of the journey. PetAir UK can offer as much or as little help as you would like with cat flights - just ask.
PetAir is run by qualified vets who, combined with top qualifications, provide a stress-free pet courier service. The team are made up of a high proportion of vet nurses and animal loving women and men. We are IATA and IPATA certified. All of our vets have undergone extra training and can complete the DEFRA export certificates and pre-travel health checks for your dogs.
We know that transporting animals can be stressful for both the pets and owners, which is why we base our flight routes around what is best for your pet.
PetAir UK will use the best airlines and the quickest routes for your pets, avoiding the cheaper routes where there may be a stop on the way. Where possible, the journey is made shorter to reduce stress for the animal.
Where will my cat travel on the plane?
There are often misconceptions on the whereabouts of pets on a plane. Your cat will travel in a special hold of the aircraft which is pressurised and heated. In their crate, your pet can have something from home which smells familiar, so long as the crate is IATA approved. We fit out all our cat crates with veterinary bedding and an absorbent pad so that the cats can be as comfortable as possible.
If you have pairs of cats, then we can make a bespoke double crate, so that the cats can be together, but have their own separate areas. We have even made bigger crates for bigger cats, such as Maine Coons or Norwegian Forest cats.
Got any questions about pet travel crates or where your pets will be held? Check out our FAQ’s page.
When it comes to flying with your cats, we understand that arranging every detail can be stressful. We are here to help! PetAir can take care of every aspect of the journey, making sure your cat reaches you happily and safely.
If you have any questions on transporting your cat, please get in touch and one of our experienced team members will be happy to help. Contact us here.