Frankfurt Airport’s Animal Lounge

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German airline Lufthansa this week opened the world’s most modern animal cargo facility at Frankfurt Airport. Located near Gat 26 the Frankfurt Animal Lounge now houses all the animals which the airline is transporting to and from the airport. This innovative move took 13 months to construct using the latest in European animal welfare rules and strict hygene and veterinary medicine requirements. The carrier transports thousands of animals every year including some 14000 cats and dogs, 1500 horses and tens of thousands of tropical fish. They also transport farm animals and many endangered and rare animals for zoos and wildlife parks. 25 vets and another 60 support staff are on hand to ensure all animals have a comfortable stay while being shipped to and form Frankfurt.

2 Comments on “Frankfurt Airport’s Animal Lounge”

  1. #1 Simon Hu
    on Jun 22nd, 2010 at 6:17 am

    Dear Sir/Madam:

    We will move back to the US with our two dogs from Asia in late August via Lufthansa. The stopover in Frankfurt will be more than 5 hours. Will we be allowed to see our dogs somehow, will our dogs be allowed to go to doggie bathroom?

    Is there a contact phone number at either Frankfurt Airport or Lufthansa for further information about the animal lounge?

    Thank you in anticipation for your kind assistance.

    Regards,

    Simon Hu

  2. #2 Penny
    on Nov 22nd, 2010 at 10:00 pm

    I am wondering about the same thing as Simon . Could someone please give us some more info?

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