Roy Parras

This was my first time ever traveling with a dog that I love very much despite his peculiarities. I was very apprehensive about how this was going to work, and all the documentation that was necessary to import an animal in to India from the US. The furry flyers folks were terrific. They told me what they needed to apply for the NOC in India and took care of everything on their end, so that I went through the airport upon reaching Mumbai without any issues. I was a little rattled that Jet Airways decided to change their domestic policy for pet travel a month before my travels, and further notify me of it just 1 week before I left. Mr. Vinayak of furry flyers was great in offering advice on what to do at such short notice, and provided information to me that I would not have been able to find on my own. There is so much conflicting, generic and outdated information on the airlines’ websites regarding pet travel that it causes more confusion then is necessary. The furry flyers folks are updated on the latest requirements for pet travel to India and I thank them for ALL the assistance. And most surprizingly, Air India (excess baggage folks in Mumbai) came to the rescue when Jet Airways dropped the ball big time on domestic travel, after getting to India.

My dog is adjusting to his new environment, and both of us thank the folks at furry flyers for their outstanding service. My advice to all importing animals into India: Make sure you get the No Objection Certificate before you get your pet to India. This document is also not valid if you get it before a certain time frame. So you have to plan it just right before your travel. One cat that didn’t have the certificate was turned back to its country of origin. That has to be the most unpleasant experience after hours of travel. Also if you travel with Lufthansa, you have to have atleast a 4 hour layover in Frankfurt for them to walk your pet and take it to the pet lounge or have a vet look at it. I had a 2 hour layover before my flight to India so my poor dog was stuck in his crate for over 20 hours before I could walk him in Mumbai. I wish I had known that about Lufthansa ahead of time. Anyway, I digress – Thank you Furry Flyers! 🙂

Aeronroberts Loretty

Hats off to the entire team.. I would recommend Furry Flyers to anyone. I had an awesome experience with them, everything went on smooth , no hassles . They just took my burden and made me to relax. Vinayak, he is such a super star who responds my texts , call, email anytime even after office hours and made me to relax through this entire process. On the final day , my fur babies are with me without any issues.

Whomever looking to transport your pet into India please dont hesitate , one solution that is” Furry Flyers”

Dave Bosworth

This pet friendly service is second to non, the Furryflyers team took a lot of pressure away from us when we moved our 4 dogs born in India to the UK to live. Very professional and genuinely wants to provide and does provide a unique service that India desperately needs.
Thank you Furryflyers for an outstanding service.

Roopa Patel

Can’t thank you enough for the support and service you guys offered through my visit to India with my baby boy Charlie. Appreciate Vinayak for taking the time to bring the crate to the airport at 5.30am for my baby and making our flight smooth . amazing team work and service . Bang on with email support and very patient with calls. Flurry Flyers are highly recommend for anyone in need of travelling with their furry babies .you guys are stuck with me for lifetime 😊😊
Much love from Vani and Charlie❤

Charmaine Fernandes

The transfer of my pet to India was conducted professionally and Furry Flyers provided such a great means of support that ensured he was transported safely.

Their constant reassurance that the whole experience would go off without a hitch made us breathe a sigh of relief.