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Article from BTNews 30 NOVEMBER 2009

Dogs like Flybe

FLYBE has added Exeter to the growing list of UK airports at which it is approved to accept passengers needing to travel with their assistance dogs to and from mainland Europe.  The airline was the first UK low cost carrier to be accepted under the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA)-approved Pet Travel Scheme earlier this year to carry assistance dogs on European flights to and from Birmingham and Southampton airports.  The number of passengers requesting this service is increasing rapidly and bookings are already being processed for travel during 2010.  Passengers needing to use this lifeline service are required to inform Flybe on booking and need to provide a certificate from the organisation from which they received their assistance dog as well as their dog’s Pet Passport. www.flybe.com


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