If your pet + cage weights 22 lbs max you can take it as a Pet on Board with you in the cabin. If your pet + cage weights max 100 lbs you will have to take it as a Pet in Belly.
Carry it in an approved cage for air transport, fully closed and measuring maximum 17.5 x 12 x 7.5 inches. Your pet must have mobility inside the cage.
If you carry a dog, the cage may be soft (cloth) or rigid (plastic). If you carry a cat, it must be only rigid (plastic). In both cases you must comply with the measures and requirements.
The cage must go under the seat in front of you secured by a plastic strap that will be provided at the airport. Your pet can not leave the cage during the flight.
You must not weigh more than 100 lbs between your pet and the cage. Consider that your pet should be able to turn freely on its axis, inside it.
It´s size must not exceed 62 total in (152 cm), it must be clean, waterproof, well ventilated and free of objects that can hurt your pet, be scratch proof, with anti-escape closure and must have handles to be able to lift it.
The cage should be labeled with your contact information and identification of the pet. It must have aroma neutralizer and absorbent material or sanitary stones may be placed in it.
Spill proof food and water containers for pets (provided by the passenger) in the cage, necessary for the journey, may be placed. The containers should avoid spills and the cage should contain absorbent material.
a) Only dogs and cats are allowed.
b) Pets under 4 months or in lactation, sick, dead, violent or pregnant females are not accepted.
c) There is a limit of 7 pets in belly and 2 pets on board per flight.
d) You can carry only one animal per cage.
e) The cage must not have a perforated floor, wheels, or a padlock.
f) Pets with surgical procedures performed within 5 days prior to the flight are not allowed to travel.
g) Service and support animals must wear a leash and a collar or harness at all times.
Please consider that due to your own pet´s safety, if it belongs to a brachiocephalic breed, those that have an excessively short and flat snout with a proportionally wide head, it won't be able to travel with us.
These kinds of breeds usually have hereditary respiratory problems and are at greater risk of suffering heat strokes or respiratory disorders when exposed to stress or extreme heat.
For more information about your pet’s breed, we suggest you to take it to a veterinarian, and learn the preventive measures you must carry out before and during the flight.
Dogs that are not allowed: Affenpinscher, American Staffordshire Terrier, Bordeaux Mastiff, Boston Terrier, Boxer, Bulldog, Canary Mastiff, Cane Corso, English Mastiff, English Toy Spaniel, Griffon Buxelois, Japanese Chin, Lhasa Apso, Pekingese, Pit Bull, Pug (all breeds), Shar Pei, Shih tzu, Staffordshire Bull Terrier and Tibetan Spaniel.
Cats that are not allowrd: Burmese, Exotic Shorthair, Himalayan y Persian.
At the airport
Be sure to arrive early enough at the airport, so the customer service personnel can carry on the supervision and make sure that your pet meets the requirements:
That the supervision by the Customer Service adviser should be carried out, that your pet meets all the previously mentioned requirements.
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