The Air Europa pet policy is as follows:
Pets must always be accompanied by their owners or authorized representatives.
Dogs, cats, birds (except birds of prey), fish, aquarium turtles and some rodents (hamsters, guinea pigs or small rabbits) are accepted in the cabin.
For long-haul flights, only dogs and cats will be allowed to be transported, except in the business cabin, where it is not permitted to transport animals of any kind.
Amphibians, insects, crustaceans, reptiles (except aquarium turtles), rodents (other than hamsters, guinea pigs and small rabbits), ferrets and some breeds of dogs must travel in the aircraft hold.
Brachycephalic dogs and cats not exceeding 8 kg including their container are accepted as pet animals in cabin (PETC).
Brachycephalic dogs and cats exceeding 8 kg including their container are not accepted as live animals in hold.
Taking a pet to a foreign country involves preparation and planning far in advance of your departure date. Requirements for pet travel to a foreign country are set by the destination country. If you are you traveling to another country and bringing along your pet you’ll need to meet the animal health requirements of the country you are visiting.
More information on the Air Europa pet policy