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The EasyJet pet policy for 2024 doesn’t allow dogs, cats or any other animal to travel in the cabin or the hold of the plane. Registered Assistance or Service dogs are allowed on board most EasyJet flights, but you can’t take your dog on certain routes. Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) aren’t recognised by EasyJet. If you’ve flown with an Assistance Dog with EasyJet, you can leave a review to let other pet travellers know what you think. As EasyJet doesn’t allow pet dogs or cats to travel in the cabin or in the hold, check out the pet policy for a different airline. If you’re looking to fly from the UK with a pet in the cabin or hold, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa and Tap Air Portugal offer these options. You can leave a review if you’ve flown your Assistance or Service Dog with EasyJet.

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EasyJet Pet Policy 2024

EasyJet Pet Policy for flying with Assistance & Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals

You can travel with a recognised Assistance or Service Dog on most Easyjet routes. There are some restrictions which are listed below.

Emotional Support and Comfort Animals (ESA) are not recognised by Easyjet as Assistance or Service dogs. This is due to the fact that ESAs are unlikely to have undergone any task based training. For an Assistance Dog to be recognised by Easyjet, the training must have been performed by an affiliate of one of the following organisations:

You will be asked to provide evidence of the qualifying training when you travel with an Assistance Dog under the Easyjet pet policy. A fully trained and registered Psychiatric Service Dog will be permitted to travel. Of course, you will also need documentation that meets the requirements of the EU Pet Travel Scheme.

Easyjet Pet Policy Permitted Routes for Assistance & Service Dogs

Service dogs are permitted on all EasyJet pet travel flights starting and finishing within the EU, including Switzerland and Norway.

Easyjet Pet Policy Non-permitted routes for Assistance & Service Dogs

Under the EasyJet pet policy, Assistance or Service Dogs are not allowed on flights to and from Egypt, Israel, Kosovo, Montenegro, Morocco, Turkey.

Have you flown with an Assistance or Service Dog with EasyJet? Then remember to leave a pet travel review!

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