Transavia Airlines Pet Policy
Transavia Airlines understands that pets are an important part of your family and they strive to make traveling with your furry friends as convenient as possible. Whether you want to bring your pet in the cabin with you or have them travel in the hold, Transavia has specific guidelines in place to ensure the safety and comfort of your pet during the journey.
If you wish to bring your pet in the cabin, small pets weighing up to 22 lbs (10 kg) are allowed to travel with their owners. Unlike many other airlines, Transavia allows you to bring one pet carrier and one carry-on into the cabin with you. It is important to note that there is a fee of €45 per pet for each single flight. To ensure a spot for your pet in the cabin, make sure the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed the specified limit.
For larger pets or if your pet exceeds the cabin restrictions, Transavia offers the option to transport them as checked baggage. The combined weight of the pet and carrier should not exceed 165 lbs (75 kg). There is a fee of 70 EUR each way for this service. It is advisable to contact the Transavia Customer Service Team at (+352) 2700-2728 as soon as your travel plans are confirmed to guarantee a spot for your pet in the hold.
When traveling with Transavia, it is important to adhere to the allowed weights and dimensions for pet carriers. For pets traveling in the cabin, carriers must not exceed the dimensions of 16" L x 12" W x 10" D (40 cm x 30 cm x 24 cm). These carriers must be sealed, have proper ventilation, plastic windows to look inside, and provide enough space for the pet to move around comfortably. For pets traveling in the hold, carriers must not exceed 40" x 27" x 30" (102 cm x 69 cm x 76 cm).
Transavia has certain restrictions and limitations in place to ensure the safety of all passengers. Animals must be at least 3 months and 21 days old to travel with Transavia. Snub-nosed dogs such as pugs, boxers, bulldogs, Pekinese, and Persian cats are only permitted to travel inside the cabin. However, dogs that Transavia considers to be 'fighting dogs' are not allowed to fly. This includes Staffordshire Terriers or American Staffordshire Terriers, Mastiffs, Tosas, and Rottweilers.
Keep in mind that air carriers can change these policies at any time, so you should always check directly with Transavia before you book, for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
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