Travelling with animals
Inform the airline at the time of booking that you will be bringing an animal on board – the number of animals permitted on board is often limited. Remember that airlines usually charge an extra fee for allowing an animal to travel inside the aircraft.
Larger animals can sometimes be transported as air cargo in compliance with special regulations. Contact your airline to find out what rules and charges apply.
If you are traveling abroad with an animal, it is important that you check the rules that apply to bringing an animal into the country you are traveling to.
If you are going to bring an animal into Sweden, it may require long preparation before your animal can travel. Check this before you book. Animals traveling with their owner must remain in their cage or bag due to infection reasons until customs is passed.
Read more in the Swedish Board of Agriculture's travel guide for dogs and cats.
Dogs at the airport: Your dog must be on a lead until you board the aircraft.
Are you dropping off or picking up someone you are allowed to bring your pet in to the terminal building.