Manchester Airport is the third busiest airport in the UK, with three passenger terminals. They operate flights with leading airlines, such as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, KLM and more. Flying to over 200 destinations, you can be sure to find the perfect location and take your pet with you.

Pet flights to and from Manchester must be organised in advance with the airline. The usual regulations apply, pets must have a valid passport and up-to-date vaccinations. For some countries, pets may need UK government export documents as well as import permits.

Manchester Airport operate under the Pet Travel Scheme (PETS), run by DEFRA. This means that pets can be transported without having to go into quarantine. However, some countries may have their own rules regarding importing pets.

The airport team at Manchester Airport will ensure that pets get to their destination comfortably, by ensuring that animal containers meet IATA requirements. Here at PetAir, we are IATA agents, so we can make sure your pets have regulated pet crates, whilst making sure your pet has their home comforts.

Looking to export your pet from Manchester Airport? This can be arranged with one of our dedicated team who will ensure that your pet is put on a flight best suited for them. Where possible, we try to put pets and owners on the same flight. If this is not possible, we always put your pet on a flight that is the most comfortable for them.

At PetAir, we understand that flying with your pet can be stressful for owners and pets. We can take care of every step of the process, from pre-travel checks, to delivering your pet to their terminal.

 

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