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Bark Air, Where Dogs Rule The Skies In Luxury With A New Airline Designed For Them
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Bark Air, Where Dogs Rule The Skies In Luxury With A New Airline Designed For Them

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We can't deny that having pets is an integral part of being a human. About 30% of households have dogs, and more than 50% have a pet in general. Traveling is another big part of our lives, therefore pets either get left behind with sitters or they travel together. However, traditional travel with pets can be very stressful both for the dog and the person, knowing that for two, three, or more hours your beloved friend will be stuck in a crate below the plane, having no idea what's going on.

Well, luckily for all the pet lovers around the world, BARK Air has recently introduced the first dog-friendly planes and flights, where you both will get a luxurious experience. On BARK Air, you will exchange stress for free roaming space, travel snacks, a spa, and more.

Dave Stangle, Bark’s VP of Brand Marketing, said: "Sure, some airlines welcome dogs on board. But on Bark Air, dogs are royalty."

More info: air.bark.co | Instagram

Meet the first airline designed entirely for the comfort of dogs, revolutionizing flying for pet owners

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Traditional pet travel can be pretty scary and uncomfortable, with pets confined to crates in the cargo hold or stuffed in duffle bags under seats

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“BARK Air planes and flights are designed to be dog-first and their human companions second”

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Dogs and their humans will get a luxury experience starting from the arrival at a private terminal to their destination

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Before boarding, all travelers get a chance to meet-and-greet, where the skilled BARK Air concierge evaluates each dog to ensure maximum enjoyment during the flight

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Dogs also get the most adorable passports ever made

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After dogs get their potty break and are boarded, the real fun begins, full of treats, toys, spa treatments, spacious areas for zoomies, and other cool surprises

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Meanwhile, human passengers enjoy lunch, beverages, and goodie bags

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“At launch, routes will connect the New York City metro area via Westchester County Airport (HPN) with Los Angeles via Van Nuys (VNY) and London via Stansted Airport (STN).”

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We hope BARK Air will change the future of traveling with our pets forever, making it enjoyable and stress-free

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Hidrėlėy

Hidrėlėy

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Fascinated by music, movies and sitcoms, I'm passionate about social media and can't live without the internet, especially for all the cute dog and cat pictures out there. I wish the day had about 40 hours to be able to do everything I want.

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Hidrėlėy

Hidrėlėy

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Fascinated by music, movies and sitcoms, I'm passionate about social media and can't live without the internet, especially for all the cute dog and cat pictures out there. I wish the day had about 40 hours to be able to do everything I want.

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Hello Pandas! My name is Ieva, though it's often mistaken for the word 'Leva,' and in Lithuanian, it means 'loser' (insert the pain emoji). While I don't take offense if you accidentally call me a loser, I thought I'd share something interesting with you, which I also do professionally at work. Anywayyy, my favorite part here is introducing you to creative people who deserve just as much recognition as famous celebrities. Besides that, I also enjoy memes and funny, lighthearted posts, and occasionally, I find myself drawn to a bit of internet drama.

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Ieva Midveryte

Ieva Midveryte

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Hello Pandas! My name is Ieva, though it's often mistaken for the word 'Leva,' and in Lithuanian, it means 'loser' (insert the pain emoji). While I don't take offense if you accidentally call me a loser, I thought I'd share something interesting with you, which I also do professionally at work. Anywayyy, my favorite part here is introducing you to creative people who deserve just as much recognition as famous celebrities. Besides that, I also enjoy memes and funny, lighthearted posts, and occasionally, I find myself drawn to a bit of internet drama.

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FreeTheUnicorn
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4 weeks ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Could we just get some middle ground? Maybe a pet section? Like Delta shouldn't be leaving dogs on the tarmac to die if heat stroke, but my pup can totally fly coach.

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FreeTheUnicorn
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4 weeks ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Could we just get some middle ground? Maybe a pet section? Like Delta shouldn't be leaving dogs on the tarmac to die if heat stroke, but my pup can totally fly coach.

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