Rossiya is a Russian airline headquartered in Saint Petersburg. They welcome pets to join their owners in the cabin and the hold.Visit Website
Rossiya requires customers give them at least 36 hours notice for transporting pets. However, the number of animals that can be carried in the aircraft is limited, so you are advised to contact them as soon as your travel arrangements are confirmed to guarantee a spot for Fido. You can get in touch with the US Contact Center at 8-668-797-647.
Pets in the Cabin
Rossiya accepts small pets (dogs, cats, and household birds) in the cabin on certain flights, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger can bring 1 carrier onto a flight, however, several animals (birds) of the same species can be transported in the same carrier if their weight does not exceed the maximum. The pet fee for animals traveling in the cabin is 75 EUR for international flights and 61 EUR for domestic flights.
Pets in Checked Baggage
Pets that exceed the maximum weight for transport in the cabin can travel in the hold instead. Animals and carriers being transported in the hold must weigh less than 110 lbs (50 kg). Passengers who travel with multiple pets in separate carriers will be charged for each pet separately. The usual fees for traveling with a pet in the hold are 92 EUR for international flights and 61 EUR for domestic flights. Customers who would like to transport their pets separately from them, or own animals that exceed the maximum weight limits, can contact Aeroflot Cargo by phone at (+8) (499)-755-2-555 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
For animals traveling in the cabin, the maximum dimensions for hard-sided carriers is 49" (125 cm), and 53" (135 cm) for soft pet carriers. The carrier should have plenty of space for Fido, be secure, and properly ventilated. The bottom should be solid, waterproof, and covered with a non-toxic absorbent material. For animals traveling in the hold, carriers should be rigid and shock-resistant. They should be large enough to allow the animal to stand up, turn around, and lie down in a natural position. Just like carriers in the cabin, the bottom should be solid, waterproof, and covered with a non-toxic absorbent material. Proper ventilation is necessary for animals traveling in the hold.