Private charter provider Jet Exchange has secured approval to fly pets that comply with DEFRA requirements into Farnborough Airport.
The approval expands on the company’s existing approvals meaning that Jet Exchange can now transport eligible cats, dogs and ferrets into both Biggin Hill and Farnborough, with a further application for Oxford Airport currently in progress.
Jet Exchange’s fleet incorporates a Challenger 604, and the company holds approvals from both the US Department of Homeland Security and the Canadian Transportation Agency.
Therefore, the latest approval means Jet Exchange has extended its capabilities to transport pets between North America and the UK.
Ian Austin, Managing Director, Jet Exchange, says: “Several brokers and owners already make extensive use of our capability to transport eligible pets. With our additional approvals, we’re now well placed to cover the most popular arrival destinations in southern England, making it easy for charter customers to bring pets home with them from holidays.”
Jet Exchange has already established itself as the ideal airline for passengers with pets, regularly conducting such flights from Europe and the Channel Islands with arrival at Biggin Hill. The expert team’s familiarity with ensuring the welfare of passengers and pets alike means the company can offer expert service to discerning clients both on a European and trans-Atlantic basis.
Notes to editor:
Founded by pilot and engineer Ian Austin in 2007, Jet Exchange is a jet acquisition, sales, management and charter business based at Luton Airport.
Jet Exchange’s fleet, which includes a Challenger 604 and Pilatus PC12, flies under its own AOC to destinations across the globe, including the USA as a US Department of Homeland Security Approved Carrier.
With a focus on providing a highly reliable, personalised service, Jet Exchange delivers everything business and private clients require from a quality aviation provider.
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