Rickenbacker takes the reins on animal transportation
Having a safe and quiet environment for livestock, particularly horses, is essential for successful animal transport. At Rickenbacker International Airport, we have the facilities, staff, partners and geography to make animal transportation as easy and efficient as possible, while minimizing the stress to your animals and your business.
Our world-class animal transport facility is located on the ramp in a quiet area of the airport. It has animal rest stalls and 24/7, on-site support from a local USDA office. It also is a USDA-certified Export Inspection Facility and a permanent Port of Embarkation for livestock. Fewer than 50 such facilities exist in the U.S., and Rickenbacker’s is the only one in Ohio.
Download this brochure to learn more about how Rickenbacker can ship animals all over the world.
The Rickenbacker difference
We’ve worked hard to create a process and culture of animal-friendly flying at Rickenbacker International Airport. We care for your animals like they’re our own. Here’s what you can expect when transporting animals with us:
- Less stress for the animals
- Shorter drive times
- Quieter, less congested airport
- Quality, uncongested roadway system surrounding Rickenbacker
- Handling facility dedicated to animal transport, no loading airside
- Only a five-minute tug ride between the animal facility and plane
- Dedicated local USDA APHIS office to serve needs 24/7
- Experienced livestock ground handling
Rickenbacker is an approved, permanent Port of Embarkation
Baker Livestock and Horse Transport, a certified livestock ground handling agent, has more than 25 years of animal transport experience. The quality and care their specialized staff provides in moving animals is unparalleled.
“I have been in this business a long time and I have shipped all kinds of animals all over the world. I can tell you without hesitation that Rickenbacker offers the absolute best possible experience for animals and their owners throughout this very complex and delicate process.”
Owner of Baker Livestock and Horse Transport