pet policies

Pet Policy

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The airlines allow the small pets to fly in the passenger cabin by paying an additional fee of $125 each way. You need to make reservation for your pet as limited numbers of pets are allowed in the cabin. Pets must stay in their carrier during the whole flight. No undignified actions will be entertained.

Ever wonder to take your pets on vacation through the flight? Many airlines allow the pets to board the flight, but some are more pet friendly than the others. Before making a booking of your pet, there are some pet policy that you should know about. We have compiled some of the policies and contact information for you so you can find the best airlines for your pets.

 

Some Of The Airlines Pet Travel Policy:

  1. Delta Airlines: The airlines allow small cats, dogs and household birds to fly in the passenger cabin as long as they can fit under your seat with an additional charge of $125 each way within the US and Canada, and $200 outside the US, except form to/from Brazil, where a fee is $75.

Reservation is required as there are only limited pets allowed on the flight. The pets must remain in their carrier under the seat in front of you. Airline doesn’t allow the pets to fly in the cabin on flights to/from Hawaii. Delta no longer carries pets on Boeing 767 flights.

  1. Air Canada: The airline allows one small cat or dog (that weight up to 70 lbs) enough to fit in their carrier under the seat in front of you with the additional fee $50 within the Canada, $100 between the US and Canada. Passengers can travel with one cat or dog (up to 70 lbs) to travel in the baggage compartment paying an additional fee of $105 each way. A pet without having reservation will not be allowed at the airport as there are only limited numbers of pets allowed on board. Hence, reservation is required.

  2. American Airlines: The airlines allow small dogs and cats in the passenger cabin with an additional fee of $125 each way. The large cats and dogs weighing up to 100 lbs are allowed to fly in the baggage compartment and carriers combined, and are accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis. The pets flying in the baggage compartment is $200, and $150 to/from Brazil. Maximum of two pets are permitted to be checked pets are allowed per person. Pets are no longer allowed to fly in the cabin on the flights to/from Hawaii, on Transatlantic/Transpacific flights and on flights to Central and South America. To know more about the pet policies, contact the airlines through telephone.

  3. Frontier Airlines: The cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and household birds are allowed on the flight with an additional fee of $75 within the US. Only dogs and cats are allowed on the international flights. Reservation is required since there are only limited numbers of pets allowed on the flights.

  4. Jet Blue Airlines: Small cats and dogs are allowed on domestic and international flights with an extra charge of $100 per flight segment, with a combined weight that must be 20 pounds or less. Pets that can fit under the seat and inside the carrier are allowed to board the flight. Reservation is required as only limited numbers of pets can board the plane. The airline doesn’t permit the animals to be checked as baggage or cargo.

  5. Southwest Airlines: The airline allows the small dogs and cats with a fee of $95 each way. Pets must remain in their carrier and only 6 pets are allowed aboard each aircraft. The airline doesn’t permit the animals to be checked as baggage or cargo.

  6. Spirit Airlines: The airline allows cats, dogs, and household birds with an additional fee of $110 each way. Pets will not be allowed to fly in the flight without the reservation. The airline doesn’t permit the animals to be transported in baggage or cargo.

  7. United Airlines: The dedicated 24-hours live Animal Desk welcomes cats, dogs, pet rabbits and household birds in the passenger cabin on most of the flights within the United States with a fee of $125 each way. The airline doesn’t permit the animals to fly in the baggage compartment, but provide complete Pet Safe Program that ships the animals through a cargo.

 

Some airlines charges vary from $15 to $25 to book a ticket by telephone. In order to avoid the fee, call the airline pet policy to confirm that there is space for your pet on the flight, then purchase a ticket online and quickly call back in order to add your pet to your reservation. There are few airlines like Air Canada and Frontier that doesn’t charge anything to book a ticket through telephone. Call our agents to get detailed information regarding documentation, destination restrictions, etc.

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