Generally, if your dog in its carrier can fit under the seat in front of you, it can go in the cabin.
Traveling with a dog this way, essentially as carry-on luggage, usually incurs a lower fee than if it travels in the belly of the plane.
And by the way, a pet in its carrier counts as your carry-on bag.
Which airlines allow dogs in cabin?
8 Airlines That Allow Pets In-Cabin & What You Need to Know Before You Fly
- Air Canada. aircanada. 789.9k followers.
- Air France. Types of pet allowed: Small dogs and cats.
- American Airlines. americanair.
- Delta. delta.
- JetBlue. jetblue.
- Southwest. southwestair.
- United. united.
- Alaska Air. alaskaair.
How much does it cost to fly with a dog?
A dog doesn’t need an airline ticket, per se; the dog won’t be assigned its own seat. But for passengers who want to travel with their pets, airlines do charge pet fees. The fee is separate from your own ticket. Expect to pay anywhere from $100 to $200 each way.
Where do dogs go on planes?
If your pet is a very large animal or something other than a cat or dog or is traveling alone, it will travel as manifest air cargo. You will need to check your pet in and pick it up at the cargo facility of your airline which is typically located on airport grounds but not in the airport terminal.
How much does it cost to fly a dog on Delta?
Delta Airlines Pet Shipping: In-Cabin
In-cabin travel will cost: $125 USD each way for U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico. $200 USD/CA/EUR for Virgin Islands and International. $75 USD to Brazil.