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Air Travel With Pets

The Humane Society of the United States recommends that you do not transport your pet by air unless absolutely necessary. If you must transport your pet by air, your best option is to take your pet in the aircraft cabin with you. As long as your pet is a cat or small dog, some airlines will allow you to take the animal on board for an additional fee.

Each airline decides if they will allow you to travel with your pet in the passenger cabin. If the airline does allow you to bring your pet into the cabin, your pet container is considered to be carry-on baggage and must be small enough to fit underneath the seat. To find out about this option, call the airline well in advance of your flight, because there are limits to the number of animals allowed in the cabin area.

Another option available for pet owners is flying with your pet on a chartered plane. Many charter services allow animals, regardless of size, to fly in the cabin as passengers close to their owners.

Visit your veterinarian to be sure your pet is fit to fly
Just about every airline in the world requires documentation from a veterinarian that your pet is in good health before it can board a flight. A veterinarian's checkup should include a general physical examination to check for signs of illness, like coughing or diarrhea. The vet will also make sure your pet's rabies vaccinations and other shots are up to date. Don't visit the vet too early, however. Most airlines require that your pet's clean bill of health be no more than 10 days old.

Tranquilizing Your Pet
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), in most cases cats and dogs should not be given sedatives or tranquilizers prior to flying. An animal's natural ability to balance and maintain equilibrium is altered under sedation, which can be dangerous when the kennel is moved. Whether flying as a cabin or checked pet, animals are exposed to increased altitude pressures, which can create respiratory and cardiovascular problems for dogs and cats which are sedated or tranquilized.

Book a Direct Flight and Other Tips For Pet Air Travel
Book a non-stop flight whenever possible to avoid plane changes; you will avoid the mistakes that occur during airline transfers and possible delays in getting your pet off the plane. Reservations should be made for you and your pet at the same time because airlines often limit how many pets are allowed on each flight.

More information on traveling by airplane with pets

Traveling By Plane With Your Pet FAQs

Air Travel and Short-Nosed Dogs - Know the Risks
In July 2010, the U.S. Department of Transportation released statistics that showed short-nosed breeds of dogs—such as pugs, Boston Terriers, boxers, some mastiffs, Pekingese, Lhasa Apsos, Shih tzus and bulldogs—are more likely to die on airplanes than dogs with normal-length muzzles. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, short-nosed dog breeds are more prone to respiratory problems under normal circumstances, and not just during air travel. Because of their anatomical abnormalities, short-nosed breeds seem to be more vulnerable to changes in air quality and temperature in the cargo hold of a plane.

A number of airlines have bans on allowing snub-nosed dogs and cats to be checked in their planes’ cargo holds. However, traveling with one of those animals in a carry-on bag in the aircraft cabin should be just fine.

Air Travel and Short-Nosed Dogs FAQ

Airline Animal Incident Reports
Since 2005, the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) has required all U.S. airlines that operate scheduled passenger flights to file monthly reports on pets that died or were lost or injured during transport. More information on incident reports filed by U.S. airlines

AIRLINES' PET TRAVEL POLICIES

Aegean Airlines
Pets are accepted in the cabin and in the cargo compartment. You are allowed to travel with just one pet, either a dog, cat or dog which will accompany you in the aircraft cabin. If the dog or cat exceeds the 8 kilo weight limit, then it should only be carried in the cargo compartment of the aircraft. The maximum permitted weight for a pet, including the case, is 32 kilos. Only Boeing and Airbus aircraft may carry animals in the cargo compartment.

Aer Lingus
Aer Lingus does not accept pets in the aircraft cabin. All animals will be transported in the cargo hold and can be booked on direct flights between Ireland and New York, Boston, Chicago and Orlando on Aer Lingus flights only. Due to industry reports of serious damage to aircraft as a result of dogs becoming loose in aircraft holds, the following breeds of dogs are not to be carried under any circumstances on any Aer Lingus aircraft: Akita, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brazillero, Mastiff, Pit Bull, Tosa. When traveling from Ireland to the USA pets (cats & dogs only) can be booked as excess baggage by contacting Aer Lingus reservations.

Aeroflot Russian Airlines
Cats, dogs and birds are accepted in the aircraft cabin and in the cargo hold.

Aerolíneas Argentinas
As of Jan. 2015 Aerolíneas Argentinas allows small dogs to travel in passengers' laps on Aerolineas Argentinas flights. Pets (dogs and cats) are also permitted as accompanied baggage on narrow-body aircraft (Boeing 737 and Embraer 190). Aerolíneas Argentinas will not accept the transport as accompanied baggage of breeds of dogs and cats 'brachycephalic', commonly called 'snub-nosed', both in domestic, regional and international flights, in narrow/wide-body aircraft. Dogs allowed to travel on passengers' laps on Aerolineas Argentinas flights

AeroMexico
AeroMexico only allows dogs to travel in the cabin and only on flights of maximum 5 hours. The dog must have its vaccination certificate against rabies, issued within the period of 30 days prior to the date of the flight and a veterinary certificate issued by the SAGARPA (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fishing, and Food) is required. Dogs will also be accepted as checked baggage or through Aeromexico Cargo.

Air Canada
Pets (cats and small dogs only) are accepted in the aircraft cabin only on the following flights: a flight operated by Air Canada or Air Canada rouge; an Air Canada Express flight operated by Jazz; an Air Canada Express flight operated by Jazz, Air Georgian and Exploits Valley Air; an Air Canada Express flight operated by Sky Regional. Pets (cats and dogs only) are accepted in the baggage compartment, on the same flight as you, except on flights to and from Hawaii pets are not accepted in the cabin or the baggage compartment. They must be sent via Air Canada Cargo (AC Live). Air Canada Cargo ships a wide variety of animals, from cats and dogs to hatching eggs, insects and tropical fish.

Air Berlin
Pets are accepted in the aircraft cabin and in the aircraft hold.

Air Europa
Pets are accepted in the aircraft cabin and in the aircraft hold. With the exception of cats, dogs, small birds, fish, aquarium tortoises, and some rodents (hamsters, guinea pigs and rabbits only), all animals must travel by cargo.

Air France
Pets are accepted in the aircraft cabin and in the aircraft hold. Dogs of the following breeds cannot be transported on any Air France flights, including by freight: Staffordshire Terrier or American Staffordshire Terriers (pit bulls), Mastiffs and Tosas. Snub-nosed animals (such as pugs, boxers, bulldogs and Shih Tzu dogs, or Persian and Burmese cats) are not permitted for transport in the hold on flights provided by Air France.

Air Malta
Pets (small dogs or cats) are accepted in the passenger cabin, as accompanied checked in baggage, and in the cargo hold.

Air New Zealand
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin. Air New Zealand does allow domestic pets - cats and dogs (excluding any transported for profit e.g. racing greyhounds) and small caged birds to travel as checked in baggage on all domestic services. Any other type of domestic pet or livestock, or unaccompanied pet, may be transported as cargo.

Alaska Airlines
Pets are accepted in the aircraft cabin and in the baggage and cargo compartments. Pets allowed in the passenger cabin are dogs, cats, rabbits, and household birds. Alaska Airlines no longer accepts Brachycephalic or "short-nosed" animals in the cargo compartment. All pets traveling in the cargo compartment on Alaska Airlines are required to have a health certificate dated within 10 days of outbound travel. Alaska Airlines accepts only cats or dogs for travel to and from Hawaii. Because of Hawaii's unique status as the only rabies-free state, there are additional requirements for travel. Pets that may travel in the climate-controlled baggage and cargo compartments include: cats, dogs, ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters, household birds, non-poisonous reptiles, pot bellied pigs, rabbits, and tropical fish. Only dogs and cats will be accepted for travel to Mexico and Canada.

Alitalia
Pets -- cats, dogs and birds (excluding parrots and budgies and those coming from Asia, Turkey, Russia, South Africa, Romania, Croatia and the Balkan States) -- are accepted in the aircraft cabin and in the aircraft hold. To travel within the European Union, cats and dogs must have: a passport issued by a vet, certifying the list of vaccinations and the state of health of the animal, and a clearly legible tattoo or an electronic identification system (transponder). Due to structural constraints, pets in cabin service may not be available on all aircrafts in every class.

Allegiant Air
Allegiant accepts live animals/pets (domestic cats and dogs only) in the passenger cabin of the aircraft on flights within the contiguous 48 United States. Allegiant does not accept live animals/pets on flights to or from Hawaii.

American Airlines
Pets are accepted in the cabin and as checked baggage; cats and dogs are the only types of pets accepted on American Airlines. Pets in the cabin are accepted on flights within the 48 contiguous United States, Alaska, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and St. Croix; and to or from the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central American and some destinations in South America provided the country of arrival permits entry. Carry-on pets are NOT ALLOWED to/from Hawaii or transatlantic/transpacific destinations or to/from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Venezuela. Pets will not be accepted for flights over 12 hours or on flights traveling to the United Kingdom. American Airlines requires a health certificate for the acceptance of pets for travel as checked baggage. Valid health certificates must be issued by a veterinarian. Checked pets will only be able to connect through a hub city. Certain dog breed restrictions apply; American Airlines will not accept brachycephalic or snub-nosed dogs and cats as checked luggage. Checked pets cannot be accepted when the current or forecasted temperature is above 85 degrees Fahrenheit (29.4 degrees C) or below 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7.2 degrees C) at any location on the itinerary.

Asiana Airlines
Pets (dogs, cats and birds only) are accepted in the aircraft cabins. Other animals like goldfish and turtles cannot be transported by passenger planes, and must be transported by cargo carriers.

Austrian Airlines
Small dogs and cats are accepted in the aircraft cabin. Larger animals are accepted in the cargo hold.

Avianca
Dogs and cats are accepted as carry-on baggage on flights within Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and international flights. On domestic flights in Colombia dogs, cats and small birds are accepted. This service only applies to connecting flights with TACA, Lacsa or Avianca and is not available on transoceanic routes.

British Airways
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin. Pets must be booked to travel with British Airways World Cargo, and they will be carried in the aircraft hold. British Airways cannot currently transport pets on flights from Austria and Denmark. British Airways is part of the Pet Travel Scheme which allows cats and dogs from certain countries to enter the UK without the need for quarantine.

Brussels Airlines
Small domestic animals such as dogs and cats are accepted in the aircraft cabin. Brussels Airlines doesn't accept any pets in cabin on its flights to the United Kingdom. Birds, fish and rodents (e.g. guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, etc.) are not permitted in the passenger cabin on Brussels Airlines flights.

Cape Air
Only one pet per aircraft may be booked confirmed space. Live animals are approved for travel on a first-come, first-served basis. A kennel is required unless you are traveling on either of the following routes: New Bedford/Nantucket or Hyannis/Nantucket. Pets are not accepted on any flight to/from Vance W. Amory Airport in Nevis, W.I.

Cathay Pacific
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin. Some countries allow passengers to carry with them pets such as dogs, cats and birds as check-in baggage. Passengers travelling with pets are responsible for providing all documents required by local government offices. Unaccompanied pets or pets not acceptable as check-in baggage must be shipped through cargo. Cathay Pacific does not accept brachycephalic (snub-nosed, short snout or flat face) animals, including Brachycephalic dogs and cats, either as check-in baggage or cargo carriage.

Copa Airlines
Dogs, cats and rabbits are accepted in the aircraft cabin and in the cargo compartment, but are not accepted as checked baggage. Birds will not be accepted as either carry-on or cargo on international flights and domestic flights within Panama. However, small birds will be accepted on flights within Colombia. Pets are not allowed in Business Class.

Delta Airlines
Pets (dogs, cats and household birds) are accepted in the aircraft cabin, and are also accepted in the baggage and cargo compartments on some flights. Delta no longer accepts snub-nosed or pug-nosed dogs and cats as checked baggage. Advanced booking for pets as checked baggage must be booked at least 48 hours before departure. Only warm-blooded mammals and birds considered to be personal pets or show/exhibition animals will be accepted in the cargo hold. Delta Airlines Pet Travel FAQs

El Al Airlines
Pets – dogs, cats and exotic birds only -- will be accepted in the cabin with an accompanying passenger. Pets will not be accepted in the passenger cabin accompanied by a passenger on flights to London, Johannesburg, Hong Kong and Australia. On these flights, pets will be sent in the hold of the aircraft as cargo. Pets weighing over 8 kilograms (including container) will be accepted for carriage in the hold of the aircraft only.

Etihad Airways
Etihad Airways accepts the carriage of falcons in the main aircraft cabin and as checked baggage. All other pets are accepted only as manifested cargo and are not permitted within the aircraft cabin or checked baggage. Pets are not accepted on transit flights through Abu Dhabi.

Ethiopian Airlines
Ethiopian accepts pets (cats and dogs) in the cabin on all Ethiopian Q-400 aircrafts. Pets shipped as cargo may be carried in the baggage compartment(s).

Finnair
Finnair will transport pets either in the cabin or in the hold of the aircraft. Small cats, dogs, rabbits and rodents may be carried in the cabin with certain restrictions. Animals that cannot be transported inside the cabin will be transported in appropriate containers in an air-conditioned area of the hold of the aircraft. All unaccompanied animals are also shipped as cargo.

Frontier Airlines
Domesticated dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, or small household birds are accepted in the cabin on flights within the United States and on international flights to and from Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico. Pets are not accepted on flights to and from Jamaica. Domesticated dogs and cats only may be carried to or from international destinations. Frontier does not accept pets as checked baggage.

Hawaiian Airlines
Pets are not accepted in the cabin on flights arriving into the State of Hawaii but are accepted on inter-island flights and flights leaving the State of Hawaii. HA will accept for transportation as baggage, dogs, cats and household birds (only in baggage compartment) and transports the following live animals as cargo: Dogs, Cats, Live Tropical Fish, Crustaceans, Live Bees, Day Old Chicks.
Hawaii's Animal Quarantine Laws
Because the State of Hawaii is a rabies-free state, all animals originating from a point outside the Hawaiian Islands must clear quarantine at the first point of entry (either Honolulu or Kahului for Hawaiian Airlines Cargo flights). Dogs and cats meeting specific pre and post arrival requirements may qualify for 5-days–or-less quarantine or direct release at Honolulu International Airport after inspection. Otherwise all cats and dogs are subject to a 120-day quarantine in Hawaii.

Iberia
Pets are accepted in the aircraft cabin and as baggage in the hold. Iberia does not permit the transport of weasels (ferrets, pine martens, etc.)

Japan Airlines
Pets are not accepted in the cabin, but the following animals are accepted in the cargo compartment: Dogs, cats, small birds (that eat seeds, fruit and insects), rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, marmots, squirrels, chinchillas. JAL Group does not accept French Bulldogs and Bulldogs throughout the year, as they have difficulty in adjusting body temperature.

Jet Airways India
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin. Pet animals may be carried on Jet Airways flights as guest baggage/accompanied baggage or shipped as cargo. Jet Airways will not accept certain breeds of dogs and cats, including all snub-nosed dog breeds and their cross-breeds.

Jet Blue: JetPaws Pet Program
JetBlue gladly accepts small cats and dogs in the aircraft cabin on both domestic and international flights, with the exception of flights to Jamaica (MBJ and KIN), Barbados (BGI), St Lucia (UVF) the Cayman Islands (GCM) and Trinidad & Tobago (POS). Only one pet per customer is allowed. Pets are not accepted on interline bookings (single itinerary containing both JetBlue and partnership airline segments). To book your pet, call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583). Pets cannot be booked online.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Pets are accepted in the cabin, as check-in baggage, and in cargo. A small cat or dog can be taken into the Economy Class cabin of most KLM flights, and in Business Class on most KLM flights within Europe. Cats and dogs may travel as check-in baggage in a special ventilated part of the aircraft. Snub-nosed animals such as boxers, pugs, bulldogs, Pekinese and Persian cats may only be transported as cargo. KLM is unable to transport English and French bulldogs, Boston terriers and pugs in the hold or as cargo. To transport your pet as cargo you should contact a specialised cargo agent. You can find a list of cargo agents in the Netherlands at the AIR FRANCE-KLM Cargo website.

Kenmore Air
Kenmore Air operates scheduled and charter seaplane and land plane service to destinations throughout western Washington and southwestern British Columbia, as well as seaplane sightseeing tours around Seattle. Cats and dogs are accepted in the aircraft cabin; there is a limit of one pet per flight.

Korean Air
Pets (dogs, cats and birds only) are accepted in the cabin and the cargo compartment. Other animals such as rabbits, hamsters and snakes are not allowed to board the aircraft. Cats/Dogs are accepted for air transport only for KE ONLINE routes.

LAN Airlines & TAM Airline
Pets are accepted in the economy cabin of the airplane and in the cargo hold. Only cats and dogs over 8 weeks old can travel in the cabin. Other types of animals have to travel in LAN Cargo.

Lufthansa Airlines
Pets (small dogs and cats) are accepted in the cabin. Animals that cannot be transported inside the cabin will be transported by Lufthansa in appropriate containers in an air-conditioned area of the cargo hold. Lufthansa will not transport 10 breeds of snub-nosed dogs (or mixed breeds thereof) in the cargo hold if the temperature exceeds 27°C or 80°F at the originating or destination airport.

Malaysia Airlines
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin. Pets such as cats, dogs and fishes may be accepted as accompanied baggage at check-in, subject to certain conditions.

Mokulele Airlines
Hawaii interisland airline offering flights to 5 Hawaiian islands. Household pets, such as a dog or cat, may travel with you in the passenger cabin. Only one pet per passenger is allowed in the cabin. Pets cannot be transported in the baggage compartment.

Norwegian
Pets are accepted in the cabin and in the cargo hold. Small animals (cats and dogs) may be carried in the cabin on domestic flights ONLY (excluding to/from Svalbard). Norwegian accepts the transport of animals (cats and dogs) in the cargo hold on flights within Schengen and to/from Svalbard only. Cats are not accepted for transport to/from Svalbard.

Quantas
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin, but may travel in the baggage and cargo compartments. On Australian domestic flights from eligible airports, pets which fit into a small or medium sized pet pack can be taken as part of your free baggage allowance, however, restrictions apply to certain dog breeds. On international flights or the domestic sector of international flights, or if you are not travelling with your pet, your pet must be sent as freight.

SAS Scandinavian Airlines International
Pets (cats or dogs) are accepted in the aircraft cabin provided you make a reservation and obtain authorization in advance. Animals other than cats and dogs are accepted to fly in the cargo hold only.

Singapore Airlines
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin. In general, there are 2 ways for your pet to travel: Accompanied (as part of checked baggage), available only for cats and certain breeds of dogs and available only for selected airports; Unaccompanied - This alternative pet travel service allows you to check-in and collect your pet from the cargo terminals at your flight's departure and arrival airports. Other than cats and dogs, all other pets must be carried unaccompanied. Animals prohibited from travel on all flights include all snub-nosed dogs and all birds, except for farmed ostriches, emus, and birds shipped between government zoos.

SkyWest Airlines
Pets are accepted in the aircraft cabin. For pets as checked baggage, maximum kennel size accepted is limited to a reservation of one large kennel, or two small or medium per flight. SkyWest does not accept extra-large or giant kennels. Reservations are required.

Southwest Airlines
Pets (small vaccinated domestic cats and dogs) are accepted in the aircraft cabin. Under no circumstances will pets be accepted in the cargo bin. Southwest only accepts cats and dogs in-cabin. Reservations for small cats and dogs can only be booked by calling Southwest Airlines at 1-800-I-FLY-SWA (1-800-435-9792). Pets will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until capacity is reached. Southwest Airlines Pets FAQs

Spirit Airlines
Domestic dogs, cats and small household birds (except to/from Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.) are accepted in the aircraft cabin on all domestic flights. Spirit Airlines does not accept pets for travel in the cabin on international flights and does not transport pets in cargo at any time. Exotic pets such as snakes, spiders, rodents, etc. will not be accepted.

Sun Country Airlines
Pets (cats and dogs) are accepted as checked baggage on select flights within the contiguous United States. Pets are accepted on all domestic flights except Anchorage, Branson, Laughlin, Miami, New York, San Juan and St. Thomas. Pets are accepted on all non-stop domestic flights except Anchorage, Laughlin, Miami, New York, San Juan and St. Thomas. Pets are not accepted on international flights or on connecting or multi-stop flights. Passenger must travel on the same flight as the pet.

Swiss International Air Lines
Pets (dogs and cats) are accepted in the cabin, in the baggage compartment, and as freight. The following countries do not allow animals to be transported in the cabin nor checked-in as “luggage”: Ireland, the UK, Kenya, South Africa, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates. Animals travelling to these countries may only be checked in as freight. You don't necessarily have to accompany your pet - it can be transported as freight without you.

Thai Airways
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin, but are accepted as checked baggage. The pet will be loaded in an aircraft hold just beneath the passenger cabin where it will be safe and in a temperature controlled environment. Thai Airways also accepts unaccompanied pets as cargo; this service allows passengers to transport other pets, not only dogs and cats.

Turkish Airlines
Pets are accepted in both the cabin and cargo compartments. Only cats, dogs, and small passerine birds (goldfinches, budgies, canaries) can be transported as pets. The following dogs are considered dangerous and will not be admitted on Turkish Airlines flights: American pitbull terrier, American Staffordshire terrier, bull terrier, Staffordshire bull terrier, Japanese tosa, dogo argentino, doberman, pincher doberman, rottweiller.

United Airlines
Pets (domesticated cats, dogs, rabbits and birds) are accepted in the aircraft cabin on most flights within the U.S. Pets are not permitted in the cabin on flights to, from or through Hawaii (animals are accepted as cargo only) or on flights to, from or through Guam. Rules for international in-cabin pet acceptance vary widely -- contact United Reservations for assistance and more information about international in-cabin pet acceptance. PetSafe®, United's specially designed program for transporting animals that are not eligible to travel in the aircraft cabin, offers airport-to-airport delivery for animals and features a 24-hour live animal desk, the ability to track pets from origin to destination and more. United Airlines does not accept short-nosed dog breeds as either checked baggage or cargo from June 1 - September 30.

US Airways
Pets (one small domestic dog, cat or bird per passenger) are accepted in the aircraft cabin, but are not accepted in the cargo compartment. Carry-on pets are not allowed to/from Europe, South America, the Middle East, Antigua, Bridgetown Barbados, Montego Bay, Jamaica or St. Lucia. Only dogs and cats are allowed to/from Costa Rica. Pets are not accepted in the cabin for travel to/from Hawaii. US Airways does not accept any animals in cargo compartments on US Airways or US Airways Shuttle flights.

Virgin America
Pets (cats and dogs) are accepted in the aircraft cabin. Pets checked as baggage are not accepted. Guests with pets cannot be seated in the Main Cabin Select seats or the First Class cabin. Also, pets are not allowed on connections with Interline partners. Virgin America does not accept animals as cargo.

Virgin Atlantic
Pets are not accepted in the aircraft cabin. All pets travel in the cargo hold, which is heated and air-conditioned just like the cabin. Virgin Atlantic can only accept cats and dogs. However, snub or pug nose breeds like Pekingese or Persians, or any dog listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act are not accepted. Virgin Atlantic will not accept any pets who are under sedation.

WestJet
Pets (cats, dogs, rabbits, and birds only) are accepted in the aircraft cabin. Cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, chinchillas, guinea pigs and hedgehogs are accepted as checked baggage. WestJet will not accept pets in the cabin or in checked baggage at any time due to strict quarantine regulations on flights to/from: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Hawaii (Honolulu, Kona, Lihue and Maui/Kahului), Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and St. Lucia. Due to extreme heat, on certain flights pets are not accepted in checked baggage annually from May 1 to October 31.

PRIVATE JET CHARTERS

Air Alpha
Air Alpha is a charter flight service providing service out of the MidWest to locations throughout the country. Air Alpha welcomes pets (leashed or unleashed) in the cabin. The plane can accommodate up to 8 human passengers depending on luggage and pet weight.

Celebrity Jet Charter
Celebrity Jet, a jet charter service, provides flights to over 10,000 airports in the US, Europe, the Caribbean, and Latin America. Pets are welcome.

Charterjets
CharterJets is a world-wide private jet charter company that welcomes the family pet just like any other passenger.

ElJet
Private Jet Charter Flights throughout the world. We are the pet moving experts and help people throughout the world get their pets to the desired destination in comfort and without stress for the furry one. ElJet has the largest network of private jet charter and corporate jet charter fleets and schedules at our disposal. We have access to more than 4,000 private jet aircraft that fly to 15,000 airports domestically and internationally. It's the most comprehensive inventory of private jet charter flight information available.

Jet Charter Las Vegas
All pets are permitted to fly in-cabin, and we will provide food, treats, toys and pet friendly hotel reservations. Our airline provides a free pet-friendly travel guide and if you travel with your pet often enough, you'll rack up points toward free airfare.

JetCharters.com
JetCharters.com is a worldwide marketplace for private air charter, allowing people the ability to research and find the private jet that suits their needs.

Jetset Charter
The majority of our private jets allow most pets (that will fit) on board. Occasionally, there will be a pet deposit required. If the animal is crated, we can usually get that fee waived. No aggressive or poisonous animals will be allowed on board. All private jet charters are paid for on a per flight basis, without any initial capital outlay or membership fees. For those who fly by private jet often, our Jetset Card Program offers affordable pricing and guaranteed availability for all private flights. With Jetset Charter you can choose a private flight as per your budget and requirement. Our customizable private jet charter flights give you the luxury to select a private jet based on the number of people and the distance to be traveled. Jetset Charter offers private jets in light, mid, super mid and heavy aircraft types and you can choose the one which suits your mission best. We do not offer single seats for sale. We only have entire aircraft rentals only. Call 954.668.2366 or email sales@jscharter.com anytime for a quote.

JetSuite
JetSuite is a leading private charter jet firm that specializes in serving the ever growing world of business owners, both big and small. JetSuite focuses on making travel as convenient and comfortable as possible. Pets (up to two) are welcome on all flights and can enjoy the main cabin with you!

Linear Air
Air Taxi and Private Air Charter Flights from Boston, New York City, Washington DC and Caribbean. On most Linear Air flights, passenger must provide a kennel suitable for transport of the pet. Kennels for large pets may not fit in the aircraft and the customer should contact Linear Air directly for information regarding size constraints. Reservations are recommended, as in most cases only one pet per aircraft is permitted. If kennels are not required, dogs may travel as follows: Dogs not exceeding 35 pounds in weight may be carried on the passenger's lap; Dogs exceeding 35 pounds in weight must be properly restrained with a leash, harness or similar device; Specific seating arrangements apply to accommodate non-kenneled live animals in the aircraft cabin.

Privaira
Enjoy the freedom to fly wherever and whenever you want to go with Privaira. From prop to super-mid jets, fly city-to-city, coast-to-coast, or internationally. At Privaira pets are always welcome. Your best friend can fly in the cabin right next to you. Call 866-948-7110 for more details.

Scott Richard Aviation
Scott Richard Aviation Services, Inc. offers private on-demand air charter services and is a pet friendly air carrier. Your pet is free to roam around the cabin and special catering can be ordered if requested.

Valley Air Service Inc.
Do you live in Illinois or a bordering state and prefer to travel by private jet? We realize that sometimes the hardest part about traveling is leaving your precious furry friends behind. The cargo hold of a commercial airliner is no place for your pampered pet. At VAS, Inc., we love pets! When your pet is welcomed onboard our beautiful jet, he will receive a customized "PAWS-port," plus a special gift of treats, toys and fun pet essentials. In addition, our Concierge can arrange for pet sitting, grooming and walking your cat or dog at your destination. We can even recommend pet-friendly hotels and resorts in the area. Mention this ad when you contact us to receive $500 off your first trip! Call 888-2FLYVAS or charter@flyvas.com.

PET TRANSPORT/SHIPPING

Action Pet Express
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