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Version date: 9 October, 2019
These are the most pressing concerns people have had in 25 years successfully doing the job of moving pet cats and dogs around the world without death or injury coming to any.
PETS TURNED AWAY BY THE AIRLINE: Whatever the reason that the airline gives for not flying your pet(s) as scheduled, we can only work to rectify the situation, and advise you how much more money we will require from you (paid by you prior to a new flight date) as a result of having to collect your pet(s) from the airline, return to the veterinary clinic, do whatever changes are required to the documentation (if needed), reschedule a new flight date with the airline, rebook with whoever needs rebooking, re-advise overseas agents, and return your pet(s) back to the airline on the new flight date having re-alerted everyone to the changes.
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It is absurd to reason that we have any control over any of the airlines. We will not accept financial loss for working on your behalf to correct a situation that you would have encountered, had we not been doing the job on your behalf. Where there are planned events (like strikes) expected to happen on an upcoming date, you will be informed how changing the routing will increase your cost, and where your decision is required to move or not to, we will wait your decision, or use common sense to chose for you (if you cannot be reached).
Such reasons for an airline turning away live cargo include (but are not limited to):
If the plane goes “technical” which means any difficulty of the aircraft, ground handling equipment, or its crew, to fly live cargo (eg.: the cargo door won't close, air/heating/air conditioning stops working, engine won't start, de-icing equipment breaks down, etc...)
If the airline changes equipment (the scheduled aircraft is switched out with one that can't fly live cargo, or your kennel won't fit through the cargo door of the rescheduled aircraft).
If the airline suspends equipment from flying (like the 2019 grounding of all Boeing 737s)
If the airline declares a “heat embargo” (meaning they will not fly live cargo in the next 24 hours because the forecast is too hot at origin or destination)
If volcanic eruption stops flights on a given route (like the 2017 eruption in Iceland)
If the airport closes in dangerous conditions (like 911, or in a winter blizzard, or war)
If the airline (or its cargo handling agent) goes bankrupt
This is what we call the "IF" section. It's important you understand WHAT HAPPENS IF: