The Pet Jet Set

by Kasey Caminiti | March 17, 2016 2:50 pm

Queen Mary 2
Pets on Deck Program 

Cunard’s transatlantic ocean liner is the only luxury passenger ship with dedicated kennel services for cats and dogs. The iconic ship is equipped with 12 kennels, a full-time kennel master, a reserved walking deck and a private lounge, where owners can visit with their canine and feline friends[1] on the high seas. cunard.com[2] 

American Airlines
Pet Cabins 

First-class passengers flying between JFK and LAX or SFO can now stow their pint-size pets in a comfortable cabin—dubbed “Cuddle Class”—directly in front of their seats. The built-in kennels measure 19 by 13 by 9 inches. aa.com[3]

JFK Airport
The ARK Terminal

Slated to open in 2016, JFK’s new $48 million terminal will be exclusively dedicated to animals on the go[4]. Dogs will have their own 20,000-square-foot luxury area boasting private suites with flat-screen TVs, a swimming pool (shaped like a bone), massage therapists, grooming facilities for “pawdicures” and webcams for owners to stay connected. arkjfk.com[5]

Endnotes:
  1. canine and feline friends: http://dujour.com/lifestyle/richest-animals-pet-heirs/
  2. cunard.com: http://cunard.com
  3. aa.com: http://aa.com
  4. animals on the go: http://dujour.com/lifestyle/emotional-support-animals/
  5. arkjfk.com: http://arkjfk.com

Source URL: https://dujour.com/lifestyle/travel-services-for-pets/