|Quoting spiritair97 (Reply 2):|
Now that I see their planes, I realize that I have actually seen them, but it was dark outside so I couldn't read the titles. I thought it was an Atlas Air Beechcraft!
|Quoting PHX787 (Reply 3):|
I've never seen a photo of their airplanes on the D.B. But apparently they used to be owned by Suburban Air Freight but I think the airline owns them now, instead of Suburban.
|Quoting Acey559 (Reply 7):|
|Quoting type-rated (Reply 10):|
They've never had an aircraft incident or crash, so I imagine that they are safe to use.
Their kennels clip into special holders inside the aircraft and there is a "pet attendant" available for them to keep them comfy during the flight.
|Quoting spiritair97 (Reply 11):|
For an animal lover like myself, it must be awesome to be the pet attendant! Now if only they flew E-190s I'd definitely to try work for them!
|Quoting September11 (Reply 14):|
Pet Airways... for pets and animals. Interesting! Expensive, I suppose.