Pets face trip in X-ray scanner to travel in hold

Cat X-Ray

Airline travellers with large pets will, if they are allowed to travel with them, have to put them in the hold as they are not allowed in the cabin, which may mean they will go through the baggage X-ray scanner like all luggage.

However, some passengers fear X-rays endanger the animals’ health and have asked airports and the civil aviation authority for information.

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