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Assistance dogs are welcome by airlines operating from Sumburgh. If you need to travel with a registered guide, hearing, medical alert or Emotional Support dog you can do so on the routes detailed below but subject to the following restrictions:
- All flights between the United Kingdom & Northern Ireland and the EU including Switzerland and Norway (including UK Domestic routes)
- You must be in possession of official documentation which confirms that your assistance dog fully meets the requirements of the UK Pet Passport Scheme.
- You must also be in possession of official documentation which confirms that the dog is a fully-trained assistance dog or is under the control of a trainer. The documentation (which can be the Assistance Dogs (UK) ID Book), must be from an organisation which is affiliated to one of the following:
- The dog must be wearing a standard identifying jacket or harness.
Loganair cannot accept liability for any animals which are not correctly documented and we recommend that you contact the airport authority of the UK airport in advance of travel in order to confirm Pet Passport details. Contact details are available via the airport websites, or you can get advice from Guide Dogs UK or from the Pet Travel Scheme helpline.