Travelling with pets
Before going on a trip with your pet, you should know all the imposed flight conditions.
Pets accompanied by their owners or a responsible person on behalf of the owner for non-commercial purpose, arriving from third countries, must be admitted on the European Union terittory only through a designated Point of entry for the veterinary check of such pets. For air carriage, the Point of entry in Romania designated by The National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Authority is: Henri Coanda International Airport. For further details, please access The National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Authority website here. A quick guide, may be found here .
The applicable european legislation for the movement of pets and animals is Regulation (EU) No 576/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 June 2013. You may access the Regulation here.
Your pet can travel in the passenger cabin or in the hold.
For journeys within the European Union, your pet must be identified by an electronic chip and hold an European passport. The passport, issued and completed by an authorized veterinarian, certifies your pet has been properly vaccinated.
There are certain rules for traveling with your pet is Israel. For details, click here.
You can read below the conditions for each transportation type.
In the cabin
TAROM accepts only cats and dogs in the passenger cabin. In order for the pets to be accepted, they have to fulfil the following requirements...
In the hold
Tarom accepts for transport in the aircraft hold, only cats and dogs. The transport of other animal species may be granted only as cargo.
Assistance and guide dogs
The transport of assistance and guide dogs is done free of charge. When accepted on board, your dog must meet the following conditions