Do you want to bring your pet along with you when you travel? Here, you'll find all the information to better plan your trip, from transport rules to rates to animals not permitted to travel.
Covid-19 health crisis: travelling with an animal in the hold
Due to the health crisis and until further notice, the transport of animals in the hold is only allowed on direct flights.

This means that travelling with an animal in the hold on a flight with a connection at Paris-Charles de Gaulle or Paris-Orly is not permitted, including for travel within the European Union.

This information is subject to change depending on the health situation and any restrictions imposed by the authorities.
Category 1 dogs, as defined by the French Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, are not permitted for transport in the cabin, or as baggage or cargo. These so-called “attack dogs” do not belong to a particular breed but are similar in morphology to the following: Staffordshire Terrier or American Staffordshire Terriers (pit bulls), Mastiffs and Tosas.

Category 2-defined dogs are permitted for transport on cargo flights provided by Air France. These include the following breeds: pedigree Staffordshire Terriers, pedigree American Staffordshire Terriers, pedigree Tosas and dogs that are similar in morphology to the Rottweiler breed (with or without pedigree).

To transport a Category 2 dog, please contact the customer service department for freight. To find the contact information of the center nearest you, please visit the “Contact” page of the AIR FRANCE KLM Cargo website and click on the map. Upon request and subject to availability, Category 2 dogs can travel on the same flight as their owner. Please note: a certified cage is mandatory.

For more information, please visit the French Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry (in French).

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