Are you taking an assistance dog with you on your trip? You may take your assistance dog with you free of charge on our flights. You go to your seat in the cabin together.
If you are bringing an assistance dog with you, a number of conditions apply:
Your assistance dog must also have his or her own passport, the pet passport. This passport must be issued by a qualified veterinarian and contain the following information:
To fly with your assistance dog, the dog must be chipped for identification with an electronic identification system (transponder).
Important: A blood test for rabies titer is also required for Malta.
You can inform us that you are taking an assistance dog up to 48 hours before the departure of your flight. This helps us make sure the flight is as comfortable as possible. You can notify us of this when booking your flight, online via My Transavia or by calling the Service Centre.