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International Animal Transport

The headquarters of BaggagePets are in Barcelona, but we operate in any national or international airport. We offer flights from Barcelona, Madrid, Palma, Sevilla, Málaga, Alicante, Tenerife Norte and Tenerife Sur, Fuerteventura… From these origin airports, we can ship your pet to any destination in Europe, Asia or America…
As an international animal shipping company, BaggagePets offers a series of services especially designed for your pet, including:
Taxi service for your pet, we pick up your furry friend no matter where it is and we assure it will be transported safely to the airport before boarding.
International VIP service for pets, including veterinary care at main European airports.
24/7 pet hotel and veterinary care.
Sale of certified cages and transporters for pets and custom-made pet transporters, produced according to the IATA regulations for international pet handling.

BaggagePets, we get moving for your pet

BaggagePets is a member of IPATA (International Pet and Animal Association), which includes a vast array of professionals dedicated to and specialized in animal transport. Also, as it forms part of SIC (Sistemes Internacionals de Càrrega S.L., our mother company) is also a member of  IATA (The International Air Transport Association). The membership in those two associations, IPATA and IATA, is a guarantee of security and trust. We are also members of ATEIA (International Forwarders Association in Barcelona) and ATA (Animal Transportation Association), as well as TÜV NORD. These organizations guarantee that our service for your pet is worth your trust. Additionally, we only work with the best airlines: British Airways, Singapore Airlines, Iberia, United, KLM, Lufthansa, Aerolíneas Argentinas, etc., so that you could sleep sound. Thanks to all this, we can ship safely your pet anywhere in the world.
You can read about our animal stories and pet shipment on our BaggagePets  site on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

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