Airpets | First class pet travel

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First class pet travel

At Airpets our mission is to reunite pets and families – no matter the distance. Our service can assist with importing your pets to the UK or exporting to over 100 destinations across the globe.

We understand that caring for your pet whilst relocating internationally can be a challenge. We’ll guide you through every step whilst also providing you with booking flexibility and regular updates. 

Our hands-on staff are dedicated to the highest standards of love and care while your pet travels with us. We have a team of experienced consultants, veterinarians and animal handlers here to give you peace of mind over your pets travel itinerary. 

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As the UK’s longest serving pet travel agency, we have relocated hundreds of thousands of pets internationally and across the UK since our inception in 1966. We continue to be a family owned and operated business, giving us the strong values of care and compassion in our service.

We are proud members of IPATA & ATA both highly regarded organisations and industry bodies for international animal transportation.

To find our more about our history, facilities and where we are headed, view the video or read our about us page.


Get in touch to find out about travelling abroad with your pet.

We can advise you on flight regulations, pet passports, pet travel after Brexit, pre-travel checklists, pet-friendly airlines, UK arrivals process, travel restrictions and so much more.

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