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Anonymous asked in TravelAir Travel · 4 months ago

which airlines allow dogs?

for reference, it is not possible to carry a large/medium dog in a carrier so they would have to have a seat on the plane. which airlines in the US will allow this?

8 Answers

  • 4 months ago

    The following airlines allow flying with dogs in-cabin:

    Alaska Air

    Air Canada

    American Airlines




    United Airlines

    Aegean Airlines

    Air France

    Air Europa




  • 4 months ago

    If your pet is too large to fit in a carrier under your seat it will have to travel in a larger carrier in the cargo hold. Planes that routinely carry animals have a section of the hold pressurised and heated for exactly that purpose.

    Anyone planning to travel with an animal should speak to the airline as soon as possible. The animal MUST be booked onto a flight; you can't just turn up at check-in and say 'Oh by the way, my German shepherd is coming too".

    And if you're planning to take your pet abroad with you, you should speak to the airline NOW. There's a lot of bureaucracy and form filling to get through.

  • Mrsjvb
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    None.  If the animal is in the cabin, it MUST fit in a carrier that is stowed under the seat and may NOT be removed at all.  The only exception is a service animal.  And they are very strict about what constitutes one.

    If it cannot fit in a carrier under 5he seat it must travel cargo.

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    4 months ago

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  • 4 months ago

    Delta's policy:

    "Small dogs, cats and household birds can travel in the cabin for a one-way fee, collected at check-in. They must be able to fit in a small, ventilated pet carrier that fits under the seat in front of you. Pets in cabin kennels will count as your one carry-on item. In addition to the kennel, you are permitted to bring one personal item onboard the aircraft." 

  • 4 months ago

    There are a few U.S. airlines that still transports pets which is Alaska, American, and Delta Airlines. Most of the other airlines have either stopped or are shying away from transporting animals due to liability costs.

    Currently the airlines will allow small animals that can fit in a small carrier to fit under the foot space of the passengers. Anything larger will need to go into the cargo hold. There are carriers for large/medium sized dogs.

    It is also prudent to be aware that the the rules regarding pets on aircraft is changing due to the widespread abuse of the "emotional support" category:

    What this means is that smaller certified service animals will be allowed into the cabin. Those with their "emotional support" pitbulls, mastiffs, tarantulas, pythons, scorpions, hornets, etc. will need to go into the cargo hold of the aircraft.

    Source(s): Work part-time as a TSA officer
  • MS
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    None, unless they are service animals.  And they don't get a seat - they are expected to sit under you, as they are trained to do.  

    Dogs in the cabin must fit in a carrier that fits under the seat in front of you.  Larger dogs may be transported in cargo on most airlines, although there are a number of rules and restrictions involved with that. 

  • 4 months ago

    I don't think any of them do, except if it's a certified service dog or in some cases an emotional support animal and for those there's a size restriction.

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