Live Animal Transport

From poultry to exotic animals, family pets to thoroughbred horses, livestock to bees we have the experience, team and tools to take care of your live animal cargo. The safe transportation of Live Animals as air cargo is based on controlling three environmental factors: Temperature, Humidity level and Cargo compartment carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration. Each type of animal has unique environmental requirements that must be taken into consideration for optimal health. To ensure the health of the Live Animals, proper VTA settings, animal handling, packaging and loading procedures must be used:

Airplane VTA control setting (Environmental Control System)

Animal physiology

Airport and on route environments

Ground handling

Adherence to IATA regulations

Dedicated SOP’s and check lists

ANIMAL*

DESIRABLE TEMPERATURE RANGE

RECOMMENDED 
RELATIVE HUMIDITY (RH)

RECOMMENDED 
CO2

Beef cattle

40–80 deg F (4.4–26.6 deg C)

0–75% RH for swine/hog

0–80% RH for cattle/poultry

0–0.5% for 1-day-old chicks

0–3% for most other animals

Dairy cows, mature, dry

40–80 deg F (4.4–26.6 deg C)

Dairy heifers, pregnant

40–75 deg F (4.4–23.8 deg C)

Dairy calves

50–75 deg F (10–23.8 deg C)

Hogs: Over 15 lb

50–75 deg F (10–23.8 deg C)

Hogs: Pregnant gilts

50–70 deg F (10–21.1 deg C)

Horses

40–80 deg F (4.4–26.6 deg C)

Poultry: Over 10 days old

50–80 deg F (10–26.6 deg C)

Poultry: 1-day-old (unfed)

90–100 deg F (carton) (32–37 deg C)

Sheep

50–75 deg F (10–23.8 deg C)

 

N.B : live Animal will be accepted only on freighter aircraft

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