Notice: Temporary suspension of entry of dogs into the U.S.
More details on these restrictions and how to apply for a special permit can be found on the US Centers for Disease Control website. Here are the links:
Are you travelling with your pet?
Travelling pets must be accompanied by their owners or authorised representatives at all times. You must arrive at the departure airport with sufficient time to carry out the necessary procedures.
Before flying, make sure you comply with the regulations and that you have all the necessary documentation to be able to fly with your pet.
Air Europa may refuse to transport your pet due to non-compliance with the regulations established by Air Europa and/or the requirements of the departure and/or destination countries.
Air Europa will not be responsible for any expenses incurred as a result of the refusal of departure and/or entry into the country.
Each passenger can be accompanied by up to 5 pets between the cabin and the hold. If you need to travel with more than 5 pets, you can do so by contacting our Cargo Department by calling 934 90 40 38.
If you fly to/from the UK, our Cargo Department will help you with transport.
Pets may travel on board or in the aircraft hold depending on their species, breed and weight:
Animals on board
Maximum measurements of carrier: 55 x 35 x 25 cm
Maximum weight: The weight of the pet may not exceed 8 kg. The overall weight of the container and the animal may not exceed 10 kg.
|PRICES OF ANIMALS IN THE CABIN|
|Mainland Spain, balearic, balearic and canary interisland||EUR 35
|canary islands, Europe and Africa||EUR 50
(MIA, SDQ, JFK, PUJ, sjo)
Animals in the hold
Warning: Between 15 June and 15 September, checked animals cannot be accepted in the hold connecting in Madrid between 11:00 and 20:00 local peninsular time.
Maximum weight of pet + carrier: 50 kg.
|PRICES OF ANIMALS IN THE HOLD|
|Mainland Spain , Balearic Islands, balearic and canary interisland||EUR 90
|Canary Islands, Europe, and Africa||EUR 150
(rest of long-haul routes)
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1. Travel within Spanish territory
2. Travel to Spain from a Member State of the European Union
To bring a dog or cat into Spain, it must:
3. Travel to a Member State of the European Union from Spain
Companion pets must be accompanied by a passport stating that:
4. Travel to third countries
Transporting certain brachycephalic breeds (short-muzzled or flat-faced) can pose a high risk of these animals suffering respiratory problems and overheating due to the stress of the flight. Therefore, they can only travel as companion pets in the cabin, provided that they do not exceed 10 kg, including their container.
The following will be considered brachycephalic breeds:
Potentially dangerous dogs are required to wear a muzzle suited to their breed type to keep them from damaging the structure of their crates or from harming strangers who have to handle them. These animals will only be accepted if carried in custom-made, high-quality, reinforced crates.
Dogs are defined as potentially dangerous:
If you need to fly with your service animal, you will need to contact the Air Europa Customer Service at least 48 hours before the flight's departure.
The time limit for checking in, unless otherwise specified (Lima: 90 min, Caracas: 120 min) will be a minimum of 60 minutes before the scheduled departure of intercontinental flights and 45 minutes for all domestic and European flights.
Blunt, spiked or sharp objects are some of the prohibited items in the aircraft cabin. For more information please see our section on "Prohibited objects".
Items containing liquids or substances of similar consistency may be carried, with up to a maximum of 10 containers of 100 ml (1 litre in total).
Minors travelling in their own seat may use fastening devices suitable for their age, provided that they are certified and fit the seat.
Blunt, spiked or sharp objects are some of the prohibited items in the aircraft cabin. For more information please see our section on "Prohibited objects". .
Travelling pets must be accompanied by their owners or authorised representatives at all times. You must arrive at the departure airport with sufficient time to carry out the necessary procedures. Pets may travel on board or in the aircraft hold depending on their species, breed, and weight.
Transporting certain brachycephalic breeds (short-muzzled or flat-faced) can pose a high risk of these animals suffering respiratory problems and overheating due to the stress of the flight.
THE FOLLOWING ANIMAL BREEDS AND CROSSBREEDS OF ANIMALS ARE CONSIDERED TO BE BRACHYCEPHALIC:
Please note that:
You can request to transport your pet through AirEuropa Cargo.
No, any domestic animal other than a dog or a cat cannot travel in the cabin on our transoceanic flights. They are only permitted to travel in the hold. To arrange this, please contact our Cargo Department.