Flydubai launches animal transport service

Flydubai Cargo has launched a live animal transportation service after completing the transport of dogs and falcons for a competition in Kyrgyzstan.
The airline recently transported two saluki dogs and seven falcons for a competition held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan in association with the Department of Culture and Tourism-Abu Dhabi.
The airline said that the project highlighted its capabilities to transport live animals.
Its animal service will include door to door, or airport to airport transportation and the option to book return flights for pets and other live animals
Live animal transportation services can also be used for agricultural and zoological purposes and all transportation will follow the IATA Live Animals Regulations.
Services include full physical check-ups, feeding, walking and administering medicine. Pet cleaning is also available upon request and the airline has a dedicated facility for animals in Dubai.
Flydubai Cargo’s network, including interline agreements with other airlines and its partnership with Emirates SkyCargo, offers its services to more than 300 destinations.
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