Animal Transportation after Brexit
- A webinar delivered by Defra and IATA
Special focus on pet travel
PURPOSE: Outline key considerations for carriers moving pets (dogs, cats and ferrets) after EU Exit and provide stakeholders with an opportunity have their questions answered (Q&A format).
The Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (Defra), International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Animal Transport Association (ATA) are presenting an informative webinar focusing on considerations involved for carriers when moving animals – with particular focus on pets (dogs, cats and ferrets)
- IATA will be providing a general update on aviation activities and outline the sector’s key considerations ahead of Brexit.
- Defra will be providing guidance for carriers to allow them to prepare for all potential scenarios outline that could be faced when the UK leaves the EU and how this could affect customer journeys and passenger flows.
- Update on the commercial import and export of live animals and animal products both from and to the EU and non-EU countries (including transited goods).
- A training program looking at changes to the documents required for pet travel after EU Exit is due to be released by Defra separately.
Held on Monday, March 11th