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Kay Horn

Hi!! I am hoping that you can provide me with some information!! I will be moving back to the States in Nov. 2012 and will be bringing with me my fantastic little dog!! She is 20 pounds and won't be able to be in the cabin. I usually fly out of Venice on Delta ???!!!! Do you have any advice for me? This is my first time to travel with a her and her first time, as well. What's the latest news on getting out of IT in the Venice area with a pet? Do I need to leave from Rome or Milan or Paris?? I usually always fly Delta as I have passes, but certainly will change for her sake. Thank you SOOOO much for any information you can provide!!

Durant and Cheryl Imboden

We haven't yet figured out a solution, but I'd suggest trying Air France. (Air France flies A320s to Paris, and from Paris, there are Air France flights to many U.S. cities.)

KLM would be even better, but unfortunately, the planes that KLM flies between Amsterdam in Venice in the winter are mostly small "CityHopper" aircraft with unheated baggage compartments.

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