1. Adria Airways

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: small pets.

Max. weight: Carrier and pet must not weigh more than 8 kgs combined.

Carrier size: 55 x 40 x 20 cm.

Cost: a 50 EURO fee for each direction in Europe and a 100 EURO fee for each direction anywhere outside of Europe.

Pets in Cargo

Pets in cargo are accepted with a 100 EURO fee for each direction for flights in Europe and a 150 EURO fee for each direction for all flights outside of Europe for pets 45 kg and under. For pets with carriers that are larger there is a 200 EURO fee for each direction in Europe and a 300 EURO fee for each direction outside of Europe.

For more info, visit https://www.adria.si

2. Aegean Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Small pets such as cats, dogs and ferrets are allowed.

Max. weight: Carrier and pet must not weigh more than 8 kgs combined.

Carrier size: 55 x 40 x 20 cm.

Cost: For domestic flights in Europe there is a $25 per flight segment fee and a $50 per flight segment fee for international flights.

Pets in Cargo

For pets traveling in cargo the maximum weight for a pet is 32 kilos for both both pet and carrier combined. Only the Airbus 320 & 321 aircraft may carry animals in the cargo compartment. For pets 25 kgs and under there is a $50 per flight segment fee and a $105 fee for international flights. For pets over 25 kgs there is a $105 per flight segment fee and a $200 fee for international flights.

For more info, visit https://www.adria.si

3. Air Canada

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Small cats and dogs.

Max. weight: Carrier and pet must not weigh more than 10 kg/22 lbs combined.

Carrier size: 55 x 40 x 23 cm.

Cost: The cost is $50 to $100 per flight based on itinerary on flights to Canada or between Canada and the U.S.

Pets in Cargo

Pets are permitted to travel on the same flight as their owners in the baggage compartment of Air Canada’s aircraft only. The fee for travel within Canada and the United States is $105 each way, excluding taxes. The fee for international travel is $270 each way.Please note that temperature controlled and ventilated baggage compartments are available only on certain aircraft, and Air Canada reserves the right to restrict pet travel during times when weather may not permit safe travel for your pets.

For more info, visit https://www.aircanda.com

4. Air France

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Small cats and dogs.

Max. weight: Carrier and pet must not weigh more than 8 kg combined.

Carrier size: under 115 cm (45 in) with the length, width, and height added together.

Cost: Flights in metropolitan France: €40 in the hold or €20 in the cabin; flights within the Caribbean €20; flights in Europe or between Europe and North Africa or Israel €75 in the hold; €55 in the cabin; flights between metropolitan France and Cayenne, Fort-de-France, Pointe-à-Pitre, Saint-Denis (Réunion): €55; all other flights: €200. These fees are calculated based on a departure flight and for a single container (holder or bag).

Pets in Cargo

A dog or cat weighing more than 8 kg / 17 lb and up to a maximum weight of 75 kg / 165.3 lb must be transported in the hold. Transporting animals in the hold is limited to 3 animals maximum per passenger. Please note this number may be restricted, depending on the aircraft type.

For more info, visit https://www.airfrance.us

5. Alaska Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Small pets including dogs, cats, rabbits, household birds, and tropical fish.

Max. weight: refer to website.

Carrier size:  pet carriers are limited in size to 24″ long x 14-19″ wide x 9-11″ high.

Cost: Alaska Airlines permits passengers 18 years or older to travel with small pets in the cabin of its aircraft for a fee of $100 each way. A customer may travel with a maximum of two carry-on pet containers in the main cabin when the adjacent seat is purchased by the same customer.

Pets in Cargo

Alaska Airlines accepts most small domesticated pets. Other pets may be accepted with approval. 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. The following regulations apply:
  • Dogs and cats must be at least 8 weeks of age and weaned.
  • No more than 1 live dog or cat, 6 months of age or older, may be transported in the same kennel.
  • No more than 1 live puppy, 8 weeks to 6 months of age, and weighing over 20 lbs, may be transported in the same kennel.
  • No more than 2 live puppies or kittens, 8 weeks to 6 months of age, that are of comparable size, and weighing 20 lbs or less each, may be transported in the same kennel.
Animals must be harmless, inoffensive (not destructive to itself or the kennel), and require no attention during transit.

For more info, visit https://www.alaskaair.com

6. American Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: American Airlines accepts small cats and dogs in the cabin of the aircraft (no other animals are allowed).

Max. weight: refer to website.

Carrier size:  For pets traveling in the cabin, the maximum size for pet carriers is 23″ long x 13″ wide x 9″ high.

Cost: The fee for pets traveling in the cabin is $125 per carrier (each way), and the pets must be able to stand up, turn around, and lie down in a natural position inside the carrier.

Pets in Cargo

American Airlines restricts pets in cargo to cats and dogs only. The fee for pets traveling in cargo is $175 per carrier (each way). However, travelers (especially dog show participants) should be aware that capacity is sometimes reached, and checked pets are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis So, it is best to check in early. Animals must be harmless, inoffensive (not destructive to itself or the kennel), and require no attention during transit.

For more info, visit https://www.aa.com

7. Austrian Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Small Dogs and Cats.

Max. weight: he combined weight of the animal and container must not exceed 8 kg.

Carrier size:  Max. dimensions of 55 x 40 x 23 cm for easy stowage under the seat.

Cost:  Pet fees for flights within Austria: EUR 35 / USD/CAD 50; pet fees for flights within Europe: EUR 50 / USD/CAD 60; pet fees for intercontinental flights: EUR 70 / USD/CAD 100.

Pets in Cargo

Larger Animals in the Cargo Hold Animals that cannot be transported in the passenger cabin may be accepted in the cargo hold as long as the travel conditions are fulfilled. Fees for Medium Carriers (up to max. dimensions of 80 x 55 x 55 cm) are as follows: for flights within Austria EUR 70 / USD/CAD 100; flights within Europe EUR 100 / USD/CAD 150; for intercontinental flights EUR 150 / USD/CAD 200. Fees for Large Carriers (exceeding the dimensions 80 x 55 x 55 cm) are as follows: for flights within Austria EUR 150 / USD/CAD 200; flights within Europe: EUR 200 / USD/CAD 300; intercontinental flights: EUR 300 / USD/CAD 400.

For more info, visit https://www.austrian.com

8. Delta Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Pets permitted in the cabin include dogs, cats, and household birds.

Max. weight: No limit, but must be small enough to fit comfortably in a pet carrier under the seat in front of you.

Carrier size:  No limit, a pet in cabin counts as one piece of carry-on luggage.

Cost:  $125 in North America and $200 international, one way.

Pets in Cargo

Delta does not accept pets as checked baggage and requires all pets (other than small pets traveling as carry on) to be transported as cargo (pricing varies). Exceptions will be made for pets belonging to members of the U.S. military with active transfer orders, as well as emotional support animals that comply with federal regulations. Dogs (other than snub-nosed breeds), cats (other than snub-nosed breeds), household birds, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters and marmots are accepted for cargo travel. Delta will not allow pet travel in cargo if extreme temperatures are anticipated. When the weather permits, pets may travel in a temperature-controlled and pressurized compartment.

For more info, visit https://www.delta.com

9. Frontier Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Only certain pets are allowed in cabin such as dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and small household birds on flights within the United States. Dogs and cats may be transported on international flights.

Max. weight: No limit, but the kennel must be able to fit underneath the seat in front of you.

Carrier size:  Max. dimensions for a pet container are 18″ length x 14″ width x 8″ height.

Cost:  Frontier Airlines allows pets in cabin with a $75 fee per segment.

Pets in Cargo

Frontier Airlines no longer accepts pets as checked baggage with your flight.

For more info, visit https://www.flyfrontier.com

10. Hawaiian Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Hawaiian Airlines allows small dogs and cats to fly in the passenger cabin on inter-island flights and flights leaving the State of Hawaii only.

Max. weight: Total weight of the pets and carrier does not exceed 25 pounds.

Carrier size:  The pet carrier will count against your carry-on baggage allowance.

Cost:  There is $35 fee for pets traveling in the passenger cabin on inter-island flights.  For all other flights, the fee for pets traveling in the cabin is $175 (each way).

Pets in Cargo

Hawaiian Airlines allows dogs and cats, as well as household birds, to be transported as checked baggage on your flight. The fee is $60 (each way) for inter-island flights and $225 (each way) for all other flights. The combined weight of your pet and the carrier must not exceed 70 pounds.

For more info, visit https://www.hawaiianairlines.com

11. Jet Blue

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: JetBlue accepts small cats and dogs in the cabin of the aircraft on both domestic and international flights (no other animals are allowed).

Max. weight: Combined weight of the pet and carrier may not exceed 20 pounds.

Carrier size:  Pets must remain completely in the carrier with the door closed and under the seat during the entire time that the pet is in the aircraft.

Cost:  The non-refundable fee for a pet is $100 each way.

Pets in Cargo

Due to the lack of oxygen and pressurized air, JetBlue does not transport animals in the cargo area.

For more info, visit https://www.jetblue.com

12. LAN Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Only cats and dogs over 8 weeks old can travel in the cabin.

Max. weight: The total weight of the pet plus its pet carrier cannot be more than 15 lbs.

Carrier size:  Hard-sided carriers may be no more than 14’L x 13’W x 7’H; soft carrier may measure no more than 14’L x 13’W x 9’H.

Cost:  Routes within Colombia: $20 USD. Routes within Ecuador: $50 USD. Routes within Peru: $30 USD1. Routes within other countries: $100 USD. International routes: $200 USD.

Pets in Cargo

The maximum dimensions permitted for a pet cage are 94 cm (37 inches) long x 64 cm (25.2 inches) wide x 61 cm (24 inches) high. The maximum weight allowance, which includes the carrier, is 45 kg. (100 pounds). However, if you travel to or from Argentina, Europe or Australia, the maximum weight allowance is 32 kg. (70 pounds) including the carrier.

For more info, visit https://www.latam.com

13. Lufthansa

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: A dog or cat may be transported in the cabin in your own carrier box .

Max. weight: Maximum weight of animal + carrier is 8 kg.

Carrier size:  Maximum dimensions: 55 x 40 x 23 cm, watertight, bite proof

Cost:  An additional fee is applied for your pet: within Germany – 35 EUR, 50 USD/CAD; within Europe and third countries – 50 EUR, 70 USD/CAD; intercontinental – 70 EUR, 100 USD/CAD.

Pets in Cargo

Medium sized container may be no more than 80 x 55 x 55 cm and fees vary by destination: within Germany – 70 EUR, 100 USD/CAD; within Europe and third countries – 100 EUR, 150 USD/CAD; intercontinental – 150 EUR, 200 USD/CAD. Large sized carriers may be no more than 125 x 75 x 85 cm and fees vary by destination: within Germany – 150 EUR, 200 USD/CAD; within Europe and third countries – 200 EUR, 300 USD/CAD; intercontinental – 300 EUR, 400 USD/CAD.

For more info, visit https://www.lufthansa.com

14. Southwest Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Small pets (cats and dogs only).

Max. weight: No limit, but must fit comfortably in carrier under seat.

Carrier size: The carrier will count as the customer’s carry-on bag.

Cost: The pet fee is $95 each way per pet carrier.

Pets in Cargo

Pets are not allowed in the cargo area on Southwest Airlines.

For more info, visit https://www.southwest.com

15. Spirit Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Small pets (domestic dogs, cats and small household birds ONLY).

Max. weight: No limit, but must fit comfortably in carrier under seat.

Carrier size: The dimensions of the pet carrier must not exceed 18″ long x 14″ wide x 9″ high.

Cost: The fee for bringing your pet in the cabin will be $100 each way.

Pets in Cargo

Pets are not allowed in the cargo area on Spirit Airways.

For more info, visit https://www.spirit.com

16. United Airlines

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Domesticated cats, dogs, rabbits and birds (excluding cockatoos).

Max. weight: No limit, but must fit comfortably in carrier under seat.

Carrier size: Max. dimensions for hard-sided kennels are 44 cm x 30 cm x 19 cm; Max. dimensions for soft-sided kennels are 46 cm x 28 cm x 28 cm.

Cost: $125 each way with an additional $125 service charge for each stopover of more than four hours within the U.S. or more than 24 hours outside of the U.S.

Pets in Cargo

Dogs, cats, household birds, rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs may be accepted as cargo on United Airlines flights.

For more info, visit https://www.united.com

17. Virgin America

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: cats and dogs.

Max. weight:  The total weight of pet and its carrier cannot exceed 20 pounds.

Carrier size:Pet carriers may not exceed the dimensions of 18″  x 15 x 8″  and must fit directly under the seat in front.

Cost: $100 fee per segment.

Pets in Cargo

Pets checked as baggage are not accepted on Virgin America flights.

For more info, visit https://www.virginamerica.com

18. WestJet

Pets In the Cabin

Type of pets allowed: Domestic cats, dogs, rabbits and birds

Max. weight:  The total weight of pet and its carrier cannot exceed 22 pounds.

Carrier size: Pets must be contained in a soft-sided carrier with maximum dimensions of 16″ long x 10.0″ wide x 8.5″ high.

Cost: $50-59 each way.

Pets in Cargo

WestJet allows them to travel as checked baggage for a fee of $50-59 each way. Pets allowed to fly in this manner are cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, chinchillas, guinea pigs and hedgehogs. The maximum combined weight of your pet and the carrier is 100 pounds (45 kg).

For more info, visit https://www.westjet.com