Dog sitting between seats on flight

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51. Posted by greatgrandmaR (Travel Guru 1950 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Quoting leics2

If I had been you I would have made a *very* strong complaint to both airlines when I was back home.

I too have been on several flights where that announcement has been made and, like Andy, I suspect there are many other occasions where no announcement is made, if only to avoid potential arguments with those who think their 'rights' are being infringed. It's probably easier for crew just to say 'Sorry, we have no peanuts' than to say' We have no peanuts because one passenger has an allergy'.

>My experience may not be the norm, but I don't think it appropriate to add "Sometimes" to my statement because even once is too many.

Once is indeed too many but your statement that airlines don't act on the information they receive is, frankly, wrong. They didn't in your case but you cannot use that one experience to make a generalised statement.

You are right. I should say "Sometimes they don't"

As for complaining to the airlines - she was OK and nothing bad happened, because she is old enough to know what she should not eat. I was given a wrong prescription once (I got a sleeping pill instead of a diuretic) but the doctor said that unless I had been harmed (which I wasn't), I should let it go. So I did not contact the airlines afterward.

But I was scathing about other arrangements which were made for our stayover in Amsterdam, to the point that the company will not do any work with me anymore. So I can't quite understand why I did not follow up on this.

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52. Posted by MarkCunningford (Inactive 8 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

A few years ago I was on an internal flight between Moscow and St Petersberg and two dogs that were travelling in the cabin with different passengers got loose and started to fight in the isle, it was pretty chaotic to say the least!

53. Posted by Lindyschoe (First Time Poster 1 posts) 5w Star this if you like it!

Wow, I understand you took the dog with you to the interior of the plane?

[ Edit: Edited on 19 May 2021, 15:32 GMT by Lindyschoe ]

54. Posted by leics2 (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 5w Star this if you like it!

>Wow, I understand you took the dog with you to the interior of the plane?

Some airlines in some countries allow service and/or pet animals to travel in the cabin on on internal (domestic) flights.

The year-old original post talks about a domestic flight within the USA, where I believe flying with service or pet animals in the cabin is quite common.

[ Edit: Edited on 19 May 2021, 15:46 GMT by leics2 ]

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