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Flying out cat

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Posted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:25pm
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Sue62

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Location: Mollina

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Hi 

Has anyone flew there cat over to Malaga and can advise me which company they used, I want the quickest way door to door so far I have been quoted £1,200 by pet Air any advice would be amazing 

Thank you so much 

Budgie1961

Mon Jul 16, 2018 10:19pm

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Location: Torrequebrada

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Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 10:19pm

I recently flew my dog over with TUI it cost 450 I had to buy crate on top of that which was 150 it won't be as much for the car crate. You then pay import fees which is around 190 Euros. If you go on the website it should point you in the right direction. The other option is drive him/her over there are quite a few companies but if you need a number I can supply you with one I think that is around 250 I intend to use the road route in future as it took 3to 4 hours after he landed for him to be released which was quite stressful for me and him. When you land in Malaga you need to get a taxi to the freight terminal which is only minutes away but not easily reached on foot . Hope this helps 

Sue62

Sue62

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Tue Jul 17, 2018 9:11am

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Location: Mollina

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Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 9:11am

Thank you so much this is really helpful I did not know about the freight terminal so this information is fab .

Sue

Nick14

Sun Jul 22, 2018 1:34pm

Posts: 3

Location: Mollina

Posted: Sun Jul 22, 2018 1:34pm

Sue62 wrote:

Hi 

Has anyone flew there cat over to Malaga and can advise me which company they used, I want the quickest way door to door so far I have been quoted £1,200 by pet Air any advice would be amazing 

Thank you so much 

Hi Sue,

We are flying out two cats, Birmingham to Malaga on 16th August. Cost for both £740 including crates. We have used "Jets for pets" you can find them on goggle. We will be on a Tui flight.

We have been told it will cost €40 at the other end just to have them looked at after their flight, which is fine.

We paid £300 for both cats passports at out own vets.

Hope this is useful

Nick

Sue62

Sue62

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Mon Jul 23, 2018 10:07am

Posts: 11

Location: Mollina

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Posted: Mon Jul 23, 2018 10:07am

Hi Nick

Thank you so much that's really useful 

Sue

Bernadettesea

Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:57pm

Posts: 2

Location: Antequera

Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:57pm

Budgie1961 wrote:

I recently flew my dog over with TUI it cost 450 I had to buy crate on top of that which was 150 it won't be as much for the car crate. You then pay import fees which is around 190 Euros. If you go on the website it should point you in the right direction. The other option is drive him/her over there are quite a few companies but if you need a number I can supply you with one I think that is around 250 I intend to use the road route in future as it took 3to 4 hours after he landed for him to be released which was quite stressful for me and him. When you land in Malaga you need to get a taxi to the freight terminal which is only minutes away but not easily reached on foot . Hope this helps 

Hi, 

I was reading the reply to animal transport problems and read that you had a road company in mind for your future travel. Could you please send it to me if possible. 

I'm hoping to get my two whippets over to Antequera for next summer. 

Thanks B 

Budgie1961

Sun Aug 12, 2018 4:10pm

Posts: 13

Location: Torrequebrada

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Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 4:10pm

Hi The company is Brooke's Transport the guy you need to speak to is Richard the number is 0034 634177595. He really looks after your pets he makes sure they are kept warm and snug if needs be, they can even go up front and he chats and sings to them whilst driving along lol, makes them feel really comfortable.

Judith 29

Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:37am

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Location: Calahonda

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Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:37am

Hope you don't mind me joining in here.. I would like in the future to bring our small dog over to Spain.. I will certainly give the guy who you recommend a ring.. thank you... Judith

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