Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly asked questions and answers

London City Airport does allow pets to travel with passengers out of the airport however it does not have the facilities to allow pets to travel back into the airport.

Onboard the aircraft small pets maybe permitted to travel in the cabin with passengers. Any large pets will be placed in cages and be put into hold.

Passengers are strongly advised to contact their airline before they travel to confirm they will be permitted to travel with a pet as each airline has different requirements for domestic and international routes. Also airlines operate services on different types of aircraft and this determines whether they are able to accommodate pets onboard.

If you are travelling with British Airways pet transport is not possible at London City Airport. Only guide dogs (for visually impaired passengers) would be allowed to travel. For more information click here. All other airlines accept dogs regardless of them being guide dogs or not.

Updated: 15/03/2017

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