Allergic to nuts, bees I can understand

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  1. simongr

    simongr Enthusiast

    Jul 10, 2006
    But closing a flight to pets?

    From the Finnair website:

    Has anyone flown with Finnair? Is there regularly dogs and cats taking up seats?


  2. bigjobs

    bigjobs Active Member

    Jun 4, 2005
    sounds fair enough to me ... as a through and through cat person i still understand that humans are more important to most people than animals ... what i do know is that most cats and dogs are nicer than other humans and more respectful ...
  3. NM


    Aug 27, 2004
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    Not seen any on board the AY flights I have taken.
  4. Kiwi Flyer

    Kiwi Flyer Senior Member

    Sep 24, 2004
    Nor me (admittedly on only a couple of AY flights). However I think carrying pets onboard is more common in europe and US than it is in this part of the world.

    It is good the airline is taking account of allergies proactively rather than an inadequate solution when someone boards to find there may be a life-threatening situation.
  5. JohnK

    JohnK Veteran Member

    Mar 22, 2005
    BNE, SYD and CNX
    Interesting that they would allow pets to travel in the cabin with the exception of a service dog. Agree it is handy to know beforehand if you have allergy.

    It is not allowed in Australia, or at least with QF, unless it is a service dog.

    Travelling with Pets

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