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Getting to Malta

A flight to Malta will take approximately 3 hours.

Pets

Pets must have an EU Pet Passport for travel. Under the PETS scheme, animals will not need to be quarantined. You should consult the airline for details of their policies.

The EU Pet Passport contains information about the pet such as its owner, identification number and proof of vaccination against rabies. It is issued by the vet and valid for the life of the pet.

What is the PETS scheme?

The PETS scheme (Pet Travel Scheme) is an agreement which was made by several EU countries to allow the movement of pets between these countries free of quarantine regulations. Since its introduction, other non-EU countries which are free from the rabies virus have subscribed to the PETS scheme.

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