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Old Jul 26, 08, 3:59 pm   #1
 
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US Airways international flight

I am looking into a US Airways flight from Europe to DEN via PHL. The first flight is a 757, the second is a 320.
How does US Airways do with pets? I know the pet will be flying as cargo, but I was just curious about this airline.
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Old Jul 27, 08, 1:03 am   #2
 
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Check before you book!

AFAIK US does not carry animals as cargo any longer, with the exception of the DCA LGA and BOS shuttles. You also can't carry a pet in the passenger cabin on any transatlantic flight.
I might be mistaken, but I believe that's what the current policy is. Hopefully someone will chime in if I am wrong.
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Old Jul 27, 08, 5:24 am   #3
 
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US pet policy: As GalleyWench mentions, no transAtlantic, no pet in cargo hold, sorry.
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Old Jul 28, 08, 5:51 am   #4
 
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Northwest Airlines allows pets in cabin and with luggage for international flights to Europe.
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