Pet Friendly Travel Blog: Air Travel with Pets

Whether you're moving with your pet, taking a vacation, or visiting grandma, you may be considering if flying is the right choice. If you’re unsure about whether flying is the best option for you and your furry traveler, here are some questions you should ask yourself. 1.  Is your pet healthy...
If you’re traveling with your pet this summer and plan to fly to your pet friendly accommodation, make sure you familiarize yourself with the airline’s pet embargo policy before you book your flight.  During the summer, the heat can make pet travel difficult because many airlines don’t allow pets...
(Los Angeles, California- April 15, 2013) In anticipation of National Volunteer Week (April 21-27) starting today passengers at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will be greeted by a new breed of furry Airport Volunteers—dogs!  Airport officials today announced the new program—PUP (Pets...
The mission of the Association for Airline Passenger Rights is to promote fairer customer service and accessibility standards in the airline industry and to improve passenger satisfaction. AAPR exists to educate policymakers on travel-related information important to airline passengers, improve...
Pet travel just got more friendly!  American's obsession with their pets has led more airlines to embrace dogs and cats on-board their planes. While most major airlines now allow pets, some airlines are real standouts - offering special pet programs and frequent flier miles for furry travelers and...
When planning a trip with your pet that involves air travel, ensuring a happy and safe flying experience for your four-legged flier is your top priority. You've spent ample time researching the most pet friendly hotels that will best suit your furry companion, but you're concerned about their...