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  • Looking to travel from Montreal to Paris CDG with 2 labradors then onwards to the Uk

    Hi, just wondered how easy it is to collect the dogs after the flight and if anyone could help me?
    Many thanks

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    Re: Looking to travel from Montreal to Paris CDG with 2 labradors then onwards to the

    Hutchidog - The response depends on the class of service your dogs are traveling under. If your dogs are traveling as checked baggage into Paris on any airline, you will need to collect them at baggage claim, clear customs, take them to your airline's cargo facility and check them in for the final leg to the UK. If they are traveling with Air France as air cargo, someone will need to claim them at the cargo facility and have their paperwork approved prior to the final leg to the UK. If they are not traveling on Air France and are flying as air cargo in and out of France on an approved airline into the UK, your airline will transit them through France assuming their layover is not excessive.
    Susan

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      Re: Looking to travel from Montreal to Paris CDG with 2 labradors then onwards to the

      Originally posted by admin View Post
      Hutchidog - The response depends on the class of service your dogs are traveling under. If your dogs are traveling as checked baggage into Paris on any airline, you will need to collect them at baggage claim, clear customs, take them to your airline's cargo facility and check them in for the final leg to the UK. If they are traveling with Air France as air cargo, someone will need to claim them at the cargo facility and have their paperwork approved prior to the final leg to the UK. If they are not traveling on Air France and are flying as air cargo in and out of France on an approved airline into the UK, your airline will transit them through France assuming their layover is not excessive.
      Susan
      Hi Susan
      Thanks for your reply. We are hoping to check the dogs in as baggage with air transit. At Paris we will travel by car to the U.K. Via the tunnel but I will have to check if they accept dogs.

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      • #4
        Re: Looking to travel from Montreal to Paris CDG with 2 labradors then onwards to the

        Eurostar will not accept pets, but Le Shuttle will as long as they ride in a vehicle. It is a very comfortable ride.
        Susan

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