If your pet is traveling as bulky luggage and you are accompanying the animal, you can pick it up after the flight at the appropriate luggage carousel or bulky luggage counter. A member of staff will hand the animal over to you. If you are arriving from a third country, you and your pet will have to pass customs inspection with the appropriate papers/permits. Pets are required to undergo customs inspection each time they enter the country. Following arrival, please report to the customs officials (red lane marked “Goods to declare”) and inform them that you are arriving with an animal. The customs officials will verify its identity (microchip) and examine the original documents (e.g., European pet passport or EU veterinary health certificate).
If you had your animal transported as cargo, you will be able to pick it up from the airport’s cargo center with the appropriate documentation (e.g., consignment note). Attention: If you are arriving from a third country, you will have to pick up your pet at the airport’s border control post. You can find additional information here.
Please inquire in advance about the applicable entry requirements.