Business Traveller (India) - - INSIDE AVIATION - spicejet.com

The low-cost car­rier will ac­cept your pet only on its Boe­ing air­craft, and in the cargo hold — un­less it is serv­ing as a med­i­cal aide. On its web­site, the air­line states: “Pet ac­cepted at owner’s risk. The owner will as­sume all the risks of in­jury, sick­ness or death of the pet ac­cepted for car­riage.” It ac­cepts dogs, cats and rab­bits on do­mes­tic flights over three months of age. A max­i­mum of three pets per pas­sen­ger are al­lowed and they must be checked in at least three hours be­fore depar­ture at the SpiceJet cargo ware­house. On phon­ing the cargo of­fice, I was in­formed that pets can be an­nounced on the same day as your flight, sub­ject to avail­abil­ity. SpiceJet doesn’t carry pets on in­ter­na­tional flights.

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