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The TUI Fly Belgium airlines pet travel policy for 2024 includes options for flying with dogs or cats in the cabin and hold. TUI Fly Belgium is a subsidiary of TUI Airlines, but unlike their parent company, pets are allowed in the cabin. Cats and dogs must be at least 12 weeks old to fly with TUI Fly Belgium. The cost of flying your pet with TUI Fly Belgium depends on whether they travel in the cabin or hold. Assistance & Service Dogs, including Psychiatric Service Dogs, fly in the TUI Fly Belgium cabin free of charge. However Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) aren’t accepted to fly under the TUI Fly Belgium Assistance & Service Dog travel policy. You can also check out reviews by other pet travellers for TUI Fly Belgium, or leave a review if you’ve travelled with your cat or dog!

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Dogs & Cats in the Cabin of the Plane
Dogs & Cats flying as Checked In Baggage
Pets flying in Cargo Hold
Assistance Dogs in Cabin
Psychiatric Service Dogs in Cabin
Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) in Cabin
TUI Fly Belgium Pet Policy 2024

Pet dogs and cats in the cabin with TUI Fly Belgium

Cats and dogs are the only species permitted to fly in the TUI Fly Belgium cabin. Each passenger is allowed one pet, weighing a maximum of 10kg, combined with their travel bag. On each aircraft, only three pets in total are allowed to travel in the cabin, so it’s best to book in advance.

No cats or dogs are permitted in the cabin on TUI Fly Belgium long haul flights, except Assistance & Service Dogs.

The travel bag must be soft, not rigid, and meet TUI Fly Belgium’s specifications as outlined in their pet travel policy, and can be no heavier than 10kg with your pet inside.

On the plane, the pet carrier can only be stored on the floor with your pet inside. Your furry companion will then travel in their pet carrier under the seat in front of you. You can’t remove your cat or dog during your TUI Fly Belgium flight.

Each passenger travelling with a pet in the cabin will be allocated a window seat, therefore if you’re travelling with a friend who also has a cat or dog, you will be seated separately.

TUI Fly Belgium doesn’t accept snub-nosed pets, such as French Bulldogs and Persian cats, in either the cabin or hold. However, there are other airlines that allow these breeds to fly in the cabin, provided that they meet size and weight restrictions.

Cost of flying a pet in cabin with TUI Fly Belgium

  • €50 per pet, per flight

If you don’t pre-book your pet, an additional surcharge of €7.50 per pet, per flight, is payable at the airport check-in.

Dogs and cats in the hold

If your cat or dog and their travel kennel weigh more than 10kg, they can travel in the TUI Fly Belgium hold. Pets are accepted in suitable kennels, with maximum dimensions of – L 121 x W 81 x H 88 cm.

Each passenger is allowed one pet flying in the hold, with a maximum of four pets in the hold on each TUI Fly Belgium aircraft.

The pet in hold service isn’t available on flights to and from Cabo Verde.

Cost of a Pet in the Hold with TUI Fly Belgium

  • €80 per pet, per flight

If you don’t pre-book your pet, an additional surcharge of €7.50 per pet, per flight, is payable at the airport check-in.

TUI Fly Belgium Pet Cargo

TUI Fly Belgium doesn’t offer a pets flying as cargo service.

TUI Fly Belgium Assistance & Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals (ESAs)

Assistance & Service Dogs are those that have been individually trained to help people with a special need. To fly with one of these dogs you need an official, physical certificate qualifying them as an Assistance or Service Dog. You can fly your Assistance or Service Dog free of charge in the TUI Fly Belgium cabin.

Note that Assistance & Service Dogs aren’t accepted on flights to and from Cabo Verde.

You need to take a printed copy of the certificate with you to the airport, and the certificate must state that your dog has been officially trained. As Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) aren’t professionally trained to perform a particular task, they’re excluded from the TUI Fly Belgium Assistance & Service Dog policy. Psychiatric Service Dogs are permitted on flights to and from the USA, in line with US Department of Transport (USDoT) rules.

If TUI Fly Belgium doesn’t suit your requirements, check out the pet travel policies for other airlines, or read about flying in Europe with your cat or dog. If you’re travelling with more than one pet it’s a good idea to learn about flying with multiple pets.

Always protect your pet against vector-borne diseases in a foreign country, and remember to leave a review if you fly your cat or dog with TUI Fly Belgium!


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