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Aer Lingus does not accept pets in the cabin on any of their flights. However, all suitably harnessed assistance dogs can travel in the passenger cabin for free. They can't accept any of the following restricted breeds as assistance dogs: Akita, American Pit Bull, American Staffordshire Terrier, Argentino, Fila Brazillero, Mastiff, Pit Bull Terrier, Tosa, and Rottweiler.Visit Website
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Passengers planning on traveling with pets need to contact Aer Lingus before making a reservation. Call the Aer Lingus Customer Service Team directly at (888) 578-4806 to make arrangements. During the call, the customer service representative will go through restricted breeds and other important information regarding your travel plans.
Pets in the Cabin
Aer Lingus does not accept pets in the cabin on any of their flights. However, all suitably harnessed assistance dogs can travel in the passenger cabin for free. They can't accept any of the following restricted breeds as assistance dogs: Akita, American Pit Bull, American Staffordshire Terrier, Argentino, Fila Brazillero, Mastiff, Pit Bull Terrier, Tosa, and Rottweiler.
Pets in Cargo
When traveling within Europe, pets are not allowed in the cargo hold. On regional flights, domestic cats, dogs, and rabbits will be accepted. The pet fee on Aer Lingus regional flights is 40 EUR per flight, per crate. For transport between Northern America and Ireland, household pets can be booked as excess baggage. There is a 160 EUR fee for animals being transported in the hold on long distance flights. Animals need to be at least 10 weeks old when travelling on an Aer Lingus flight and they cannot be shipped on Fridays and Saturdays. Additionally, animals cannot be shipped on flights to Hartford, Los Angeles, Newark or San Francisco.
Carriers for animals being transported in the hold must have a weight that does not exceed 64kg/141lbs. Before making your reservation, call (888) 578-4806 to find out Aer Lingus' guidelines for carriers.
Aer Lingus has received a rating of 3.7 out of 5 bones by 3 dog owners on BringFido.
Jan. 04, 2018
Aer Lingus from Ireland to the US
Absolutley the worst experience and we have not even gotten on the plane!
Fron Orlando it was fine, policies well communicated, people able to be reached, airline personnel knew the rules.
Complete opposite going back from Ireland to US. Reservations personnel gave different answer each time we called- 5 times, no on could reach cargo, told different information each time we called. Was actually told to contact Petdesk in Orlando by customer service. Flying in six days and we have no idea where to bring our pet to check him in, what paperwork we need, what we will be required for him in his crate and on his crate. Complete ignorance and indifference.
May. 18, 2017
I have taken my aging chihuahua twice from JFK to Dublin with Pet Express, using Aer Lingus and Listenhall Pet hospital. My dog did very well indeed with their coordinated care. If you plan to do this regularly, then it may help to get an Eu Pet Passport for him or her. It will require a repeat rabies vaccination given by the Eu veterinarian who issues the passport but the worming can be documented by a. US veterinarian within 5 days of Travel. It is very expensive though going from the US to Ireland about 1500 dollars plus 250 dollars. Listenhall fees. I think there are cheaper ways for the pet with an Eu passport. Such as flying to a country like France Italy, Switzerland on an airline that allows pets in cabin. However you have to get from that country to Ireland which means the pet has to be in cargo. Overall the passenger fees will be much more. I prefer the pet express route US to Dublin and cargo aer lingus Dublin to JFK. The staff are wonderful!!!!!
More than one year ago.
Shipping Pets on Aer Lingus
We moved from the US to Ireland in 2013 and brought our 2 Golden Retrievers. We used Pet Express and they were fantastic. We got all the paperwork together, bought their crates, and they picked our dogs up at our home to take them to the airport. They were in the hold on our flight, and we did get a report from the flight attendant that the dogs were doing fine when they boarded the plane. We picked them up at the Vet in Lyssenhall, as required, and both dogs were doing great. They were well-hydrated and happy to see us. They only had to be at the vet for about 10 minutes before they were cleared and ready to go home with us.