According to a CNN Travel study, private jet firms have seen a surge in the number of animals flying with their owners on planes in the last two years.
A global aviation firm informed CNN that the number of animals it has flown has increased by 86 per cent in the last two years.
According to the global aviation firm’s senior vice president of marketing and innovation, one in every four of the company’s members now travels with a four-legged partner, and the number of birds taken on board is also on the rise.
“While dogs continue to make up the majority of animal passengers, the number of cats increased 357 per cent from 2019 to 2020,”
Co-founder of another luxury private jet charter business told CNN that they believe the trend of passengers bringing their pets on flights is primarily due to lifestyle changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’re witnessing an uptick in the number of leisure travels versus work ones.” “You’re not going to bring your dog to your meeting, but you’re welcome to bring it to your other residence if that’s more convenient for you.”
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Source: Alarabiya News