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2 Air Transportation
Pages 7-12

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From page 7...
... Bruce Clemmons, the manager of the FedEx Live Animal Desk, then examined how IATA sets standards for the carriage of animals. Finally, Robert Quest, the enforcement officer at the City of London Corporation, provided an international perspective on moving live animals around the world.
From page 8...
... Kole focused on the training that airline personnel receive regarding the many regulations governing the transport of live animals. These regulations vary greatly both by country and by economic region.
From page 9...
... One group is an advisory panel that includes representatives of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums in the United States, the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) , and the Animal Transport Association.
From page 10...
... Airports worldwide must have similar rules for the same reason, he added, even where animal traffic is less than at Heathrow. Quest described an extensive and overarching EU legislative framework, under which an EU directive is implemented in each member
From page 11...
... Quest suggested that researchers visit the European Commission website, which contains extensive lists of information, including contact names, phone numbers, and emails. He also emphasized the importance of a contingency plan.

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