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How do I travel with a guide dog or an emotional support animal?

It is a dog which has been specially trained to be the eyes, voice and ears of its master. Due to these circumstances, except in a few rare cases, it does not need to be subject to the same requirements as other pets.

Guide dogs travel in the cabin in accordance with the airline and national import regulations, as long as they are accompanying passengers who depend on them for guidance, at no extra charge. Deaf passengers will require a medical certificate attesting to their condition.

Iberia only accepts therapy or emotional support dogs in the case of passengers whose final destination is the United States. This service is guaranteed for flights operated and booked with an Iberia code.
If you require further information, please consult Passengers with special requirements.

Persons with Reduced Mobility will not be charged for transporting basic items which facilitate their mobilityor other auxiliary essential items in the case of disability.

If you want to travel to the United Kingdom with your guide dog or service animal, you have to go through a series of procedures established by the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs "DEFRA" to avoid the country's compulsory six months' quarantine on pets.
If you require further information, please consult Transporting Pets.

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