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It was suggested to me to also post this question here, oringally posted here: https://travel.stackexchange.com/questions/145509/air-travel-with-pet-budgie

I was wondering if anyone has experience traveling with transatlantic (Western Europe to Mexico) with a pet bird? From what little research I did I found out that some airlines do seem to allow this, but I was more wondering about comfort for the animal and risks associated with such travel. Specifically the birds are Budgies (these ones: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budgerigar).

edit: we don't currently have a budgie, but we are considering getting one. But we frequently need to travel transatlantic for extended periods. (1-3 months).

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We flew with an African Grey on domestic US flights . Several years ago, the bird required a ticket ( traveling in the passenger area). Also a health certificate from the vet. No problem at all , she was a hit with the attendants who brought her snacks. Are you thinking of the bird being with the cargo ? Also , I would think there could be quarantine problems going to other countries.

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