Animal Airways to Serve Eastern Europe


Animal Airways, the first global animal/pet flight management provider, is opening a Eastearn Europe headquarters in Moscow, in order to reinforce the company's operation in the region.

Animal Airways' Pet Travel experts, together with veterinarians and customer support professionals, developed a service that promises to ease pet travel matters for the millions of families with pets who travel internationally. The new branch will increase the company's operation based in England and in Canada. The company offers travel solutions for all animals, from every country to every country worldwide.

"Working with pet owners and concerned for the safety of pets, we recognized a strong need for pet travel and relocation solutions that will allow families to travel together with their pets - simply and safely," said Dr. Eytan Kreiner, head veterinarian of Animal Airway.

The company's vision is a world where pets travel as family with the same ease and comfort as their owners. Focusing specifically on relocation of family-owned domestic animals, such as cats, dogs and ferrets, Animal Airways plans to advance its vision both by assisting its customers with all their pet travel needs, and by voicing the pets's interests, animals rights and wellbeing when flying internationally.


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