Wednesday, July 15, 2009 at 2:45:20 PM by Edward Knittel
In a first, a small turboprop plane that typically seats 19 humans has been retrofitted with 50 cages to transport dogs and cats from one city to another.
Based out of Baltimore, Flying Pet Airlines flew from BWI to Chicago with 40 furry passengers making the trip. And how about this: The airline is sold out for its first two months. Pet Airways serves Baltimore, New York, Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles, but the company hopes to expand to 25 cities in a couple of years.
But it's not cheap. The average ticket price is $250.
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