If you plan on bringing Fido with you on board, you need to inform the Reservations Department at (+7) 4242-46-58-58 more than 36 hours before your departure time. There are also restrictions on the amount of pets that are permitted to travel on each flight, so you are advised to contact them sooner if possible.
Pets in the Cabin
Pets are permitted to travel in the cabin on Aurora Airlines, as long as the pets combined weight with carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger is permitted to bring 1 carrier in the cabin with them, but they can carry numerous pets inside if the combined weight does not exceed the maximum. Pet fees for this service are based on excess baggage costs. Depending on your flight specifics, this fee is usually between 50-150 EUR.
Pets in Checked Baggage
Pets who exceed the weight limits for transport in the cabin can travel in the hold instead. The maximum weight for pets to be accepted in the hold is 110 lbs (50 kg). Pet fees for house pets and birds is calculated at the rate of second pieces of excess baggage. Depending on your flight specifics, this fee is usually between 50-150 EUR.
For pets traveling in the cabin, carriers must not exceed 21" L x 15" W x 8" D (55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm). The carrier should fit comfortably underneath the seat and be large enough for the pet to move around inside. For pets traveling in the hold, carriers must not exceed 35" L x 23" W x 80" H (90 cm x 60 cm x 80 cm). Carriers should be bolted together with metal bolts and nuts, made of impact-proof hard material, and should be large enough for pets to stand, turn around 360 degrees, and lie down in a natural pose inside. The floor must be solid, waterproof, and covered with an absorbing non-toxic material. Additionally, the roof should be solid and there must be good ventilation to allow the animal to breathe.
Brachycephalic dog breeds (snub-nosed) are not accepted on board (Bulldogs, Pug, Pekinese, Shih Tzu, Boxer, Griffon, Boston Terrier, Dogue de Bordeaux, and Japanese Chin). They also don't accept sick and laboratory animals/birds, reptiles, rodents, insects, fish, livestock, wild animals, vermin, and bees.