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https://www.petsmart.com/fish/tanks-aquariums-and-nets/aquariums/

Do you feel it is feasible to install and maintain Fish tank/s in Commercial airlines and charter planes?

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Prashant S Akerkar
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A week ago
Hi prashantakerkar

Because cabin pressure is regulated to mimic those on land, fish would survive within tanks inside an airplane. It's a matter of maintenance that prevents major airline companies from using them for aesthetics. Most airline companies are doing their best to cut costs and increase profits.
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Thanks.

So considering the security aspects, this can be achieved.

Private Charter planes would be preferred rather than Commercial airlines carriers?

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Prashant S Akerkar
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A week ago Edited: A week ago, bio_man
Most likely found in a private jet versus a commercial one. Commercial jets are designed to optimize the space within the cabin. In other words, they're rather install another passenger seat than dedicate it to fish.

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Do you feel it is feasible to install and maintain Fish tank/s in Commercial airlines and charter planes?

Why would airlines want fish while travelling?
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