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Passengers can call the Pegasus CALL CENTER from Turkey on 0 850 250 0 737 or from England on 0 845 0848 980 to make a flight reservation for pets.
Pets are defined as cats and dogs only and are permitted in the aircraft cabin in carriers measuring 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm, which are to be provided by the passenger.
Passengers must have the health documents, inoculation details and identity card of the pets they are travelling with. Passengers that are travelling within the EU need to have a pet passport for their pets.
Pets (such as cats or dogs) which are due to travel to the European Union (EU) from third countries such as Turkey must receive an inactive rabies vaccination and an antibody titration analysis must be performed at least 30 days after the vaccination. The date and validity period of this procedure must be recorded in a "Vaccination Booklet" made for this purpose.
The total weight of pets, including their cages, must not exceed 5 kg.
If a pet exceeds 5 kg, it is stowed in the pet compartment in the hold of the aircraft. However, some of our aircraft may not be able to carry pets in the hold.
In order to carry pets in the hold, Pegasus Airlines must obtain approval from the Ground Operations Directorate.
A maximum of two dogs (a mother and puppy) or two cats (a mother and kitten) can be placed in one carrier.
A total of two pets will be permitted inside the aircraft cabin.
It is essential thattravellingpets are healthy, harmless, clean and odorless.
If the animal appears to be uneasy, aggressive or ill, ground personnel reserve the right to refuse to allow the pet on board.
The following fees will be charged for pet carriage, regardless of other baggage: