Private Pet Flights
Private plane charter with your pet onboard
Bringing Your Pet
Want to take your pet away with you? Not a problem.
Alto Aerospace holds approval by the British Civil Aviation Authority to carry animals above 8kg in the cabin, meaning your pet can stay in the cabin with you throughout the flight in their very own seat.
We love travelling with animals, our flight crew and ground staff are more than happy to assist. With many years experience and being owners ourselves, we strive to maintain standards in animal handling and care.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch with your pet inquiry, our client services team will work with you to help find the right certificates and documents in order to get your pet travelling quickly and safely.
Any Animals under 8kg (by arrangement)
Other Animals by consideration
Animals We Can Fly
If you are travelling domestically within the UK, your pet does not require any documentation to travel, and can fly to/from any UK airport freely.
To depart the UK to a foreign country, you can use any UK airport. Your pet must comply with the certification requirements of your arrival country.
International arrivals originating from outside of the UK with pets onboard must land at an approved UK Pet Port, the airports approved for use by Alto Aerospace are listed below, and follow the requirements listed here.
- London Biggin Hill (EGKB, BQH)
- Birmingham (EGBB, BHX)
- Blackbushe (EGLK, BBS)
- Bristol (EGGD, BRS)
- Farnbrough (EGLF, FAB)
- London Gatwick (EGKK, LGW)
- Glagsow (EGPF, GLA)
- Liverpool (EGGP, LPL)
- London Stansted (EGSS, STN)
UK arrival airports for Pets travelling from abroad
British & EU Regulations
In order to enter the UK, your pet must fulfill the following requirements:
1) Be fitted with a microchip.
2) Hold a valid Pet-Passport or Health-certificate.
3) Be vaccinated against rabies.
4) Any dogs must have a tapeworm treatment.
Please use the links above to reference the UK-GOV website before you book.
Requirements to enter EU countries may vary between states. Seek information on the relevant states GOV website to check the latest info. The UK is no longer taking part in the EU Pet-Travel scheme so your pets EU Pet-passport may not be valid for use.