If you're the owner of a pet that wants to take your cat or when you travel, you will soon face higher fees when you fly with WestJet.
The airline told Global News on Thursday starting December 3, some pet travel fees will go up – in some cases, as many as double.
To have pets in the passenger cabin and keep under the seat, there is no change if you fly in Canada or between Canada and the US – the fee will last between $ 50 and $ 59.
To travel between Canada and all other destinations, however, the cost of taking your pet in the cabin with you will double between $ 100 and $ 118.
For larger pet animals placed in luggage products, owners can expect to go on prices regardless of WestJet taking.
For travel in Canada or between Canada and the U.S., the current fee of $ 75 to $ 88 goes up to $ 100 to $ 118.
For those who want to take their fiercely Canadian friends to other destinations, the price is more than doubled, between $ 75 and $ 88 to $ 200 to $ 236.
WestJet stated in an email statement that the price increase will maximize the airline according to industry standards and to "offset the higher costs of WestJet in challenging and competitive markets today . "
He also said that fees continue to be more than Canadian competitors for animals transported in the luggage hold.
The airline also said that it will continue to offer support to disadvantages that work to bring animals saved to Canada.
"While we understand the disappointment of some of our guests that rescues will be included in these changes, we continue to support charities and not-for-profit organizations in the communities we serve through our Community Giving program Aerial Community where WestJetters review and support a gift of applications based on the needs and local priorities of their community, "WestJet said.
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