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Airline Pet Policies

Planning to fly with your dog? While air travel can be a quick way to get Fido from one place to another, you should know that every airline has different rules about transporting pets. Some allow small dogs to travel in the aircraft cabin as part of your carry-on luggage allowance, while others will only allow pets to travel in the cargo area, and fees can vary from nothing at all to more than $500. Also, most airlines only allow one or two dogs on each flight, so always make sure a "seat" is available for your dog BEFORE buying your own ticket.

To take off without a hitch, please read our Ten Tips for Flying with Fido, and familiarize yourself with current U.S. Travel Regulations or International Pet Travel restrictions before you go. Have a great trip!

Adria Airways

Small pets are welcome in the cabin with Adria Airways if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). Animals must remain inside their carrier for the duration of the flight, not transported on the passenger's lap or seat. Although the costs of this service can sometimes vary, small pets being transported in the cabin usually incur a charge of 50 EUR per direction.

Aegean Airlines

Small pets (cats, dogs, and rabbits) are welcome in the cabin on Aegean flights if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger can travel with 1 pet. If you need to transport more than 1, they must be familiar with each other and not exceed the maximum weight limit. Pets must be safely stowed underneath the seat in front of you during the entire flight. Fees for this service vary depending on your month of travel. From January to mid-June, and mid-October to the end of December, the fees are 30 EUR for domestic flights and 50 EUR for international; and from mid-June to mid-September the fees are 30 EUR for domestic flights and 60 EUR for internationals flights.

Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus does not accept pets in the cabin on any of their flights. Instead, pets can be checked as cargo with a freight forwarder.

Aeroflot

Aeroflot accepts small pets (dogs, cats, and household birds) in the cabin on certain flights, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger can bring 1 carrier onto a flight, however, several animals (birds) of the same species can be transported in the same carrier if their weight does not exceed the maximum. The pet fee for animals traveling in the cabin is 75 EUR for international flights and 61 EUR for domestic flights.

Aeromexico

Aeromexico welcomes small pets to fly in the cabin, as long as the flight is less than 6 hours in length. Each passenger is allowed to bring 1 pet on board with them. If you're traveling with Fido, you need to make sure they are nice and clean before flying. During the entire flight, they need to remain in their carrier. As a general rule, dogs younger than sixteen weeks are not permitted to travel with Aeromexico. The maximum weight for flying in the cabin on some flights is 15 lbs (7 kg), and other flights is 20 lbs (9 kg). The pet fee for domestic travel in Mexico is 1000 MXN. For travellers to USA, Canada, Central and South America, the fee is $125.

airBaltic

airBaltic welcomes small cats and dogs in the cabin, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger may bring 1 carrier into the cabin, with up to 2 pets of the same species inside, but weight restrictions still apply. The fee for pets traveling in the cabin is 59 EUR for each direction of travel.

Air Canada

Air Canada and Jazz flights welcomes small cats and dogs in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 22 lbs (10 kg). Your pet counts as 1 of your carry-on items and must be stowed under the seat in front of you for the duration of the flight. On domestic flights, pet fees for 1-way travel range between $50-59. On international flights, pet fees for 1-way travel range between $100-118.

Air Caraibes

A number of pets (dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, and hamsters) can be transported in the cabin if the maximum weight of the pet and carrier is under 11 lbs (5 kg) on domestic flights and 15 lbs (7 kg) on international. The animal must remain inside their carrier for the duration of the flight and must travel at the feet of the passenger. Animals under 8 weeks are not permitted to travel with Air Caraibes. Transportation is not included in the baggage allowance. The fee for this service is 50 EUR.

Air Corsica

Small cats and dogs are welcome in the cabin on Air Corsica flights if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Several animals per carrier are allowed if they are the same breed and the container does not exceed the maximum weight and size limits. Flights in metropolitan France have a fee of 20 EUR; flights to/from Paris Orly Airport and Paris CDG Airport have a fee of 30 EUR; and flights in Europe have a fee of 40 EUR.

Air Europa

Air Europa allows small pets (dogs, cats, household birds, fish, aquarium turtles, hamsters, guinea pigs, and small rabbits) to travel in the cabin, as long as they have the correct vaccinations and documentation. The combined weight of pets and their carriers much be less than 17 lbs (8 kg), except for flights operated by ATR, where the weight cannot exceed 13 lbs (6 kg). Additionally, only cats and dogs are accepted on flights operated by ATR. Fees for pets traveling in the cabin vary depending on your destination. For pets traveling to Mainland, Canary Islands, and Balearic Islands, the fee is 25 EUR; for Europe and Africa, the fee is 50 EUR; for long haul flights, the fee is 150 EUR; and for Inter-Canary and Balearic Routes, the fee is 9 EUR. Prices are subject to possible surcharges when traveling to certain countries.

Air France

Dogs and cats are welcome on Air France flights, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). On most Air France flights, pets must be over 10 weeks old to travel in the cabin. However, on flights between metropolitan France and French Guiana, pets must be at least 15 weeks old. Each passenger may travel with 1 animal in the cabin. Air France does not accept pets in the business cabin on intercontinental flights. The fee for passengers traveling with pets on flights in Metropolitan France and within the Caribbean is 30 EUR; in Europe or between Europe and North Africa or Israel is 55 EUR; between metropolitan France and Cayenne, Fort-de-France, Pointe-à-Pitre, and Saint-Denis de la Réunion is 55 EUR; and on all other flights is 125 EUR.

Air Malta

Passengers are welcome to bring small cats and dogs in the cabin on Air Malta flights, as long as they can fit comfortably underneath the seat in front of you. The maximum combined weight for your pet and carrier is 22 lbs (10 kg). Pets must be at least fifteen weeks old to travel. Only 1 carrier is allowed per passenger, however there is no limit on the number of carriers that can be carried on each flight. The fee for this service is 70 EUR for each carrier and travel segment.

Alaska Airlines

Alaska Air allows small pets (dogs, cats, rabbits, and household birds) to travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 20 lbs (9 kg). Dogs and cats must be at least 8 weeks old to travel in the cabin. Each passenger can travel with a maximum of 2 pets, as long as 2 seats are purchased. Alternatively, up to 2 pets of the same breed may travel in the same carrier if they are under no distress. Each pet in the cabin has a fee of $100 each way.

Alitalia

Dogs are welcome in the cabin with Alitalia if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 22 lbs (10 kg) and they are at least 3 months of age. During the flight, Fido must remain inside their carrier, be able to turn around, and lie down comfortably. Up to 5 animals of the same species can travel in a carrier, as long as they don't weigh more than 22 lbs (10 kg) combined. Fees for pets on domestic flights in Italy are 40 EUR; European flights and to/from North Africa are 75 EUR; to/from the rest of the world, from USA and Mexico to the rest of the world, from Canada to Europe, East Europe, Japan, or the Middle East are $200; from the rest of world to USA and Mexico are $250; from Europe, East Europe, Japan, Korea, and China to Canada are150 EUR; and from the Middle East to North Africa, West Africa, and Canada are $170.

Allegiant

Cats and dogs are welcome in the cabin with Allegiant if the flight is within the contiguous 48 United States, San Juan, and Puerto Rico. Adult passengers (at least 15 years old) are permitted to bring 1 pet carrier and no more than 2 pets per carrier are permitted. Pets must remain fully inside their carrier underneath the seat in front of you for the duration of the flight. Pets are not included as part of carry-on baggage limitations. The fee for bringing Fido into the cabin with Allegiant is $100 per 1-way flight.

American Airlines

American Airlines allows small pets (at least 8 weeks old) to travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 20 lbs (9 kg). Pets must remain completely in their carrier, with the door closed, and under the seat during the entire flight. American Airlines does not accept pets in the cabin to/from Hawaii, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Venezuela, or on transatlantic flights. Within and between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central America, Colombia, and the Caribbean, the pet fee is $125 per carrier.

ASL Airlines France

Small dogs and cats are welcome in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 20 lbs (9 kg). Pets must be kept totally inside their carriers for the duration of the journey. Animals traveling with ASL are considered to be excess baggage and incur a charge of 40 EUR per pet in the cabin.

Atlantic Airways

Atlantic Airways welcomes pets to travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Animals should be stowed underneath the seat in front of you for the duration of the flight. The fee for pets traveling in the cabin with Atlantic Airways is 199 DKK per segment of travel.

Aurora Airlines

Pets are permitted to travel in the cabin on Aurora Airlines, as long as the pets combined weight with carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger is permitted to bring 1 carrier in the cabin with them, but they can carry numerous pets inside if the combined weight does not exceed the maximum. Pet fees for this service are based on excess baggage costs. Depending on your flight specifics, this fee is usually between 50-150 EUR.

Austrian Airlines

Small cats and dogs are welcome in the cabin on Austrian Airlines flights if the combined weight with carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). The pet fee is 50 EUR for domestic flights; 60 EUR for flights within Europe; 80 EUR for flights to Levante and North Africa; 90 EUR for short intercontinental flights; 100 EUR for medium intercontinental flights; and 110 EUR on long intercontinental flights.

Binter Canarias

Binter Canarias allows pets to travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier doesn't exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). This airline requires passengers to handle pets with care during the flight, without causing any type of nuisance to nearby passengers. The fee for pets traveling in the cabin is 9 EUR.

Blue Air

Blue Air welcomes cats and dogs into the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier doesn't exceed 13 lbs (6 kg). Each passenger is allowed to bring 1 pet with them. The fees for this service vary depending on your travel plans. You can contact the Blue Air Customer Service Team at 888-258-3247 for more information.

British Airways

British Airways does not allow animals to travel in the cabin on their aircraft, but don’t worry, Fido will still be comfortable in the temperate climate of the cabin hold.

Brussels Airlines

Cats and dogs are welcome in the cabin if the combined weight with carrier is under 18 lbs (8 kg). Pets must be clean, healthy, and odorless to fly with Brussels Airlines. Animals can't be under the age of 12 weeks and must not annoy other passengers on the flight. 2 adult animals or animals up to 6 months old of the same litter, up to a maximum quantity of 3, are allowed in the same bag if they are familiar with each other and do not exceed a combined weight of 18 lbs (8 kg) with carrier. All pets must be placed safely under the seat during travel. Fees for smaller dogs are 50 EUR within Europe and 70 EUR on intercontinental flights.

Bulgaria Air

Bulgaria Air welcomes cats and dogs to travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). The fee for this service is not included in the free baggage allowance offered to passengers. Pets traveling in the cabin will incur a charge of 50 EUR.

Chalair Aviation

Passengers are permitted to transport 1 small animal in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 11 lbs (5 kg). All parts of the animal must remain in the carrier for the duration of the flight. Passengers traveling with pets will be charged 20 EUR for each trip on the day of departure at the airport.

CityJet

Unfortunately, pets are not allowed to travel in the cabin on CityJet flights.

Cobalt Air

Pets can travel in the cabin with Cobalt Air if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). The pet must remain inside their carrier underneath the seat in front of you for the duration of the flight. The pet fee for animals being transported in the cabin is 40 EUR.

Condor

Condor welcomes dogs and cats in the cabin on select flights, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier is less than 13 lbs (6 kg). Pet fees vary depending on the zone of your travel: Zone 1 (Balearics, Balkans, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal Mainland) has a fee of $73.00; Zone 2 (Iceland, Canary Islands, Cape Verde & Madeira, Cyprus, Malta, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Gambia, and United Arab Emirates) has a fee of $91.00; and Zone 3 (East Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Central, and South America), 4 (Southern Africa and Indian Ocean), and 5 (USA, Canada, Puerto Rico) all have a fee of $122.

Corsair

Passengers are permitted to bring 1 pet (cat, dog, some birds, and some rodents) in the cabin on Corsair flights if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 11 lbs (5 kg). The pet will remain the passenger's responsibility throughout the journey and must stay in a carrier at all times. Flights between Paris and Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort-de-France, Reunion island, and Dzaoudzi have a pet fee of 50 EUR; and flights between Paris and Montréal, Tananarivo, Dakar, or Abidjan have a pet fee of 100 EUR.

Croatia Airlines

Small cats and dogs are welcome to join their owners on Croatia Airlines flights. Animals and their carriers must not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). The pet will be stowed on the floor under the seat for the duration of the flight. The fee for this service on domestic flights is 150 HRK, international flights (within Europe) is 50 EUR, and international flights (outside Europe) is $100.

Czech Airlines

Small cats and dogs are permitted to travel in the cabin with Czech Airlines if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger is permitted to carry 1 pet in the cabin. Fido must remain inside their carrier for the duration of the flight. Pet carriers are not included in your free cabin baggage allowance. The fee for this service is 1,620 CZK.

Delta Airlines

Delta Airlines welcomes passengers with small pets (dogs, cats, and household birds) in the cabin on most flights within the United States, Canada, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. Pets are not permitted on flights to Hawaii. Your pet must be small enough to fit comfortably in a carrier under the seat in front of you, at least 16 weeks old if traveling to the USA from elsewhere, and at least 15 weeks old for European Union travel. Passengers can bring 1 pet in each carrier, except on domestic flights in the USA where a female cat or dog may travel with her litter if they are 10 weeks-6 months old. There is no limit on the number of animals in the litter. Remember, bringing Fido counts as one piece of your carry-on luggage. Fees for taking your pet in the cabin vary depending on your travel plans. For flights to/from the U.S.A, Canada, and Puerto Rico, there is a pet fee of $125; Virgin Islands and outside the U.S. there is a pet fee of $200; and Brazil there is a pet fee of $75.

Eastern Airways

Unfortunately, Eastern Airways does not allow pets to travel in the cabin on any of their flights.

easyjet

Unfortunately, pets are not allowed to travel in the cabin on easyjet flights.

Edelweiss Air

Dogs and cats are permitted to travel in the cabin with Edelweiss Air if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). The largest number of pets allowed to travel with each passenger is 2, whether they are in the cabin or the hold. Pets must remain inside their soft carrier underneath the seat in front of you for the duration of the flight. The fee for pets traveling in the cabin is 50 EUR on short and medium haul flights, and 70 EUR on long haul flights.

Ellinair

Cats and dogs can travel in the cabin with Ellinair if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger can bring 1 pet with them on board, unless they are traveling with 2 pets of the same species that weigh less than the maximum weight combined in a single carrier. Ellinair does not supply airline pet carriers, so you need to make sure you bring your own. The fees for this service are 20 EUR per direction on domestic flights and 50 EUR per direction on international flights.

Emirates

Pets are not permitted in the cabin on Emirates aircraft, except for falcons between Dubai and some destinations in Pakistan.

Enter Air

Small animals are welcome on EnterAir flights if the pet and carrier's combined weight does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Before being accepted on board, your pet and carrier will be checked to see if they meet the international guidelines for safe travel. The pet fee for this service is 48 EUR for each direction of travel.

Etihad

Falcons are allowed in the main aircraft cabin, as long as all necessary documents have been obtained, but pet dogs and cats are not permitted.

Eurowings

Eurowings welcomes small dogs and cats to travel in the cabin in a watertight, closed, breathable carrier that they cannot bite through. If Fido is traveling in the cabin, the combined weight with their carrier must not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Only 1 animal is allowed per bag and per person. The fee for transporting pets in the cabin is 55 EUR for short and medium haul flights.

Finnair

Finnair allows passengers to bring small pets (cats, dogs, rabbits, and rodents) into the cabin on some flights. Pets and carriers must weigh less than 17 lbs (8 kg) to be accepted on board. Finnair recommend dog, cat, and rabbit owners use a soft carrier to transport their pets, as the animal will have to be stowed underneath the seat for the whole flight. Pets must remain inside for the duration of the journey. People traveling in business class won't be able to bring a pet due to the reclining seats. The fees for transporting a pet in the cabin vary depending upon your destination. Passengers taking Fido on a short haul flight are charged 40 EUR and 75 EUR for long haul.

flybe

Flybe doesn't allow pets in the cabin on their flights, but they do welcome them in the hold on certain routes.

Frontier Airlines

Frontier Airlines allows small pets (dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and small household birds) to travel in the cabin on flights within the USA. Only dogs and cats are able to travel on international flights. It is your responsibility to make arrangements for complying with all applicable laws, customs and other governmental regulations, requirements or restrictions of the country, state or territory to which the animal is being transported. Your pet's carrier must be able to fit underneath the seat in front of you. The pet fee on Frontier Airlines is $75 per segment.

Germania

Small dogs and cats are welcome in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 13 lbs (6 kg). You can't book an additional seat for your pet, instead, the animal should stay stowed underneath the seat in front of you in their carrier for the flight's duration. The pet fee for animals traveling in the cabin is 60 EUR per journey.

Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines welcomes small dogs and cats to fly in the passenger cabin on inter-island flights and flights leaving the State of Hawaii, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 25 lbs (11 kg). Each passenger can travel with 1 carrier. Only 1 animal is permitted in each carrier, except for 2 puppies or kittens from the same litter or breed. There is a $35 fee for pets traveling in the passenger cabin on inter-island flights. For all other flights, the fee is $175 (each way). Pets are not accepted on international flights or flights to/from JFK Airport.

Helvetic Airways

Helvetic welcomes pets (dogs, cats, domesticated birds, etc.) to travel in the cabin on their flights if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 15 lbs (7 kg). Fido must remain on the floor during the entire flight, and must be stored under the front seat during take off and landing. The fee for pets traveling in the cabin is 80 CHF each way.

Hop!

Hop! allows pets to travel in the cabin on select flights, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Once on board, the carrier must be closed and placed at your feet throughout the flight. Each passenger is permitted to bring 1 pet in 1 carrier on board. The fees for this service are 30 EUR for a one-way ticket on flights within continental France and 55 EUR within the rest of Europe. This amount is payable at the airport.

Horizon Air

Horizon Air allows small pets (dogs, cats, rabbits, and household birds) to travel in the cabin with adult passengers if the pet and carrier do not exceed 20 lbs (9 kg). Dogs and cats must be at least 8 weeks old to qualify. Each passenger can travel with a maximum of 2 pets, as long as 2 seats are purchased by them. Up to 2 pets of the same breed may travel in the same carrier if they are under no distress. The fees for pets in the cabin are $100 each way.

Iberia

Dogs and cats are welcome in the cabin of Iberia flights if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). Pets being transported in the cabin shouldn't bother other passengers or have a strong odor. Pet fees for passengers traveling to Spain are 25 EUR; Europe, Africa and the Middle East are 50 EUR; and America and Asia are 150 EUR.

Island Air

Island Air welcomes pets to travel in the cabin if their pet carrier fits comfortably under the seat in front of you. Animals must remain inside the carrier at all times at the airport and during the flight. The only pets allowed to travel in the cabin are small household dogs, domestic cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, turtles, and birds. Rats, mice, chickens, reptiles, and fish are not allowed to travel in the cabin. The pet fee for this service is $35.00.

Jet2

Unfortunately, Jet2 doesn't allow pets to travel in the cabin on any of their aircraft.

JetBlue

JetBlue accepts small cats and dogs in the cabin on both domestic and international flights if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 20 lbs (9 kg). Pets are not accepted on flights to/from, Barbados, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, and St. Lucia. Pets must remain completely in the carrier with the door closed and under the seat during the entire journey. The pet fee is $100 each way.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

KLM welcomes small cats and dogs into the economy cabin on most of their flights, and in business class on flights within Europe. The fee for transporting Fido depends on your travel destination. Dogs are welcome in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 18 lbs (8 kg). For the duration of the flight, Fido should remain underneath the seat in front of you contained within a suitable carrier.

LATAM Airlines

LATAM Airlines, formerly LAN Airlines, welcomes pet dogs or cats into the cabin if the pet and the carrier do not exceed 15 lbs (7 kg). Your pet must be older than 8 weeks, or over 4 months when traveling to the United States. The fee for flights within Brazil is 200 R; Colombia is $20; Ecuador is $45; Peru is $45; Chile, Argentina and between Asuncion and Ciudad del Este is $75; South America is $200; and all other international flights is $250.

Logan Air

Unfortunately, pets are not permitted to travel in the cabin with Logan Air. Cats and dogs can travel as checked baggage on select routes instead.

LOT Polish Airlines

LOT welcomes small cats and dogs into the cabin on select flights, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). During the flight, your pet must remain inside their carrier underneath the seat in front of you. The fees for this service vary depending upon your destination: domestic flights are 12 EUR; flights to Europe and the Middle East are 50 EUR; and flights to USA, Canada, China, and Japan are 70 EUR.

Lufthansa

Dogs and cats are welcome in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger is allowed to bring 2 animals in the cabin each. They must be stowed in their carrier under the seat in front of you while you're in the air. The fee for pets traveling in the cabin is 50 EUR within Europe and 70 EUR for intercontinental trips (charged once per flight direction).

Mistral Air

Small pets are welcome in the cabin of flights with Mistral Air if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 22 lbs (10 kg). Only pets who don't smell bad, have a good state of health, hygiene, and don't display signs of aggressive behavior. Passengers are permitted to bring 1 pet with them inside each carrier. Fido must remain underneath the seat in front of you for the duration of the journey (even if there's a spare seat available near you). The fee for this service is 30 EUR per direction.

Neos Air

Neos Air welcomes small pets (dogs, cats, and ferrets) to travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 22 lbs (10 kg). Passengers are required to provide their pets' health card before they are accepted on board. Wherever you are traveling with Neos Air, the fee for bringing Fido with you into the cabin is 100 EUR.

NextJet

NextJet welcomes your pet in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Passengers should place Fido underneath the seat in front of them for the duration of the journey. A maximum of 2 pets from the same family can be transported in the same carrier if they don't exceed the maximum weight restrictions in the cabin. The pet fee is 150 SEK for each leg of the journey.

Nordstar

Unfortunately for Fido, only birds can travel with passengers in the cabin of Nordstar flights. The combined weight of birds and their carriers must be less than 17 lbs (8 kg) to qualify for travel.

Nordwind Airlines

Dogs, cats, canaries, and shell parakeets are accepted in the cabin on Nordwind flights if the pet and carrier's combined weight does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). The fee for pets being transported domestically between 2 Russian cities is 2000 RUB. The rest of the fees are determined by which tariff the country fits into: Tariff Zone 1 (Russia and Armenia, Bulgaria, Iran, Poland, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan) has a fee of 35 EUR; Tariff Zone 2 (between the Russian Federation and Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Jordan, Italy, Spain, Malta, Israel, Egypt, and Portugal) has a fee of 50 EUR; Tariff Zone 3 (between the Russian Federation and Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and any state that is not on this list); and Tariff Zone 4 (between the Russian Federation and Thailand, Vietnam, China, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the countries of the Western Hemisphere) has a fee of 100 EUR.

Olympic Air

Dogs, cats, and ferrets are permitted to travel in the cabin with Olympic Air if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is less than 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger is permitted to travel with 1 pet, except for 2 animals who are used to cohabitation and don't exceed the maximum combined weight with carrier. The pet fee for animals traveling in the cabin is 20 EUR on domestic flights and 50 EUR on international flights.

Primera Air

Primera Air welcomes dogs and cats to travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 17 lbs (8 kg). Passengers travelling may bring 1 pet and carrier on board with them in place of their regular carry on item. Pets must not cause discomfort to other passengers or result in extra cleaning of cabin. Additionally, they must be odorless. If the pet doesn't meet the requirements, the airport staff may order the removal pets from the cabin and have it loaded in the cargo hold instead. Pet fees for this service vary depending on the origin of your travel. The pet fee for flights originating in the United Kingdom is 44.99 GBP, Denmark is 379 DKK, Sweden is 479 SEK, Norway is 479 NOK, Iceland is 6999 ISK, and all other countries are 49.99 EUR.

Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways allows you to carry 1 falcon in the economy class cabin of an aircraft (a maximum of 6 falcons are permitted on each aircraft and country regulations may apply), but no pet dogs or cats are permitted in the cabin. Qatar Airways permits some pets to travel as checked baggage instead.

Ravn Alaska

Small pets are welcome in the cabin with Ravn Alaska in IATA appropriate carriers. Up to 2 pets of the same species who are familiar with each other, and similar size may travel in the same carrier, provided no body parts protrude. The fee for transporting pets in the cabin is $100.

Rossiya

Rossiya accepts small pets (dogs, cats, and household birds) in the cabin on certain flights, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger can bring 1 carrier onto a flight, however, several animals (birds) of the same species can be transported in the same carrier if their weight does not exceed the maximum. The pet fee for animals traveling in the cabin is 75 EUR for international flights and 61 EUR for domestic flights.

Ryanair

Ryanair does not allow pets in the cabin on any of their flights, except for guide and assistance dogs on certain routes.

S7 Airlines

S7 Airline welcomes dogs, cats, and household birds to travel in the cabin on certain routes. Fido, Fluffy, and Polly must have a combined weight with their carriers less than 17 lbs (8 kg) to qualify for travel in the cabin. Fees for this service are based on S7 excess baggage fees and vary by destination (e.g. Moscow to Samara for 115 RUB per kg and Moscow to Frankfurt for 8 EUR per kg).

Sata Air Acores

Sata welcomes pets on board in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). During the flight, the pet and carrier needs to remain under the seat in front of you. The fee for this service is 4 EUR per kg on domestic flights; 15 EUR per kg on flights around Europe and Africa; and $100 on USA and Canada routes.

Silver Airways

Silver Airways welcomes domestic cats, dogs, and household birds to fly in the cabin. Animals must be harmless, inoffensive, odorless, and require no attention during transit. Only 1 pet is permitted to travel in each carrier, except that 2 kittens or 2 puppies under 10 weeks of age, or 2 household birds can travel together in 1 container. The fees for this service depend on the destination you are traveling to. Fees for traveling to Florida are $24.98, and fees to the Bahamas are $29.98.

Small Planet Airlines

Small Planet Airlines welcomes pets to travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Animals being transported in the aircraft cabin are not allowed to occupy a separate passenger seat at any point during the flight.

SmartLynx Airlines

Small dogs and cats are welcome to travel in the cabin with SmartLynx Airlines if the pet and carrier do not exceed the combined weight of 22 lbs (10 kg). Each passenger is permitted to bring 1 pet with them onto the aircraft. The animal must be completely inside their carrier, placed under the seat in front of them for the whole journey. SmartLynx does not charge a pet fee for animals in the cabin.

SmartWings

SmartWings accepts small cats and dogs in the cabin on select flights. If you plan on bringing your pet with you, advanced notice is necessary at least 48 hours before departure. The maximum combined weight for pets and carriers in the cabin is 17 lbs (8 kg). Passengers may bring 1 pet into the cabin with them. The pet fee for animals in the cabin is 59 EUR each way.

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines allows customers to bring small pets (cats and dogs only) in the cabin on their domestic flights. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed to travel on international flights. Each customer is limited to carrying 1 pet carrier on board. Your carrier may contain up to 2 cats or dogs of the same species and will count as the customer’s carry-on bag. It needs to be small enough to fit under the seat in front of yours. Southwest does not require a health certificate or any other documentation from the customer’s veterinarian for pets to travel. The pet fee is $95 per pet carrier each way.

Spirit Airlines

Spirit Airlines accepts small pets (dogs, cats, and household birds) in the cabin on flights within the United States if the combined weight of pet and carrier is under 40 lbs (18 kg). Dogs and cats, but not birds, are also permitted in the cabin on flights to/from Puerto Rico or St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. Unfortunately, pets are not permitted in the cabin on international flights. Passengers are limited to 1 pet carrier each with up to 2 pets inside. Since the fee is per carrier, passengers traveling with 2 puppies or kittens will only have to pay 1 pet fee. The fee for traveling with your pet is $110 each way.

Sun Country

Sun Country Airlines welcomes pet cats and dogs in the cabin on select flights within the United States if the combined weight of pet and carrier is less than 16 lbs (7 kg). Pets are not allowed to travel on international flights or flights to/from Anchorage. Each passenger is permitted to bring 1 pet and carrier on a flight. The fee for a pet traveling in the main passenger cabin is $125 for each flight segment (if booked in advance). If the 4-pet limit for the cabin hasn't yet been reached, the fee for a walk-up booking is $199.

Sun Express

Sun Express welcomes 1 cat or dog into the cabin per passenger. Pets and carriers must have a combined weight under 17 lbs (8 kg). For the duration of the flight, animals should stay on the floor in their locked carrier. The cost for this service is 20 EUR for 1-way flights and 40 EUR for return flights. If you're traveling on a domestic flight, the cost is 60 TL for 1-way. Additionally, owners of budgerigars will be pleased to know that they can transport them in the cabin on domestic flights at a cost of 40 TL for a 1-way flight.

Swiss International Air Lines

Dogs and cats are welcome in the cabin on Swiss International flights, as long as the combined weight with carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). To enter the cabin, pets need to be clean, healthy, and must not smell. Swiss Airlines does not allow animals that are dangerous, pregnant, or may annoy other passengers. Fees for pets on flights vary by destination. For flights from Switzerland to Europe, the rate is 60 CHF; Switzerland-Intercontinental is 90 CHF; within Europe is 50 EUR; Europe-Intercontinental is 70 EUR; Intercontinental-Europe is $100; and Intercontinental-Intercontinental via Europe is $100.

Tap Air Portugal

TAP Air Portugal allows small cats and dogs to travel in the cabin on select flights. Pets and their carriers must not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). For the duration of the flight, Fido should remain inside their carrier underneath the seat in front of you, not occupying a seat or moving around the cabin. Animals in the cabin should be clean, healthy, and odor-free. Pregnant females will not be allowed to travel. Fees for pets traveling domestically within Portugal are 35 EUR; between Europe and Morocco are 70 EUR; and on intercontinental flights are 150 EUR.

TAROM

TAROM welcomes small cats and dogs in the cabin on select flights. Passengers should only bring healthy and clean pets into the cabin. The maximum combined weight of Fido and their carrier is 11 lbs (5 kg) on TAROM flights. The cost of transporting pets in the cabin varies depending on your destination: 25 EUR for domestic flights; 50 EUR in Europe and to the Middle East; and 100 EUR for all other international destinations.

Thomas Cook Airlines

Unfortunately, pets are not permitted to travel in the cabin on Thomas Cook flights.

Turkish Airways

Turkish Airlines allows dogs, cats, and small birds (goldfinches, budgies, and canaries) to travel in the cabin, as long as the combined weight of the pet and carrier doesn't exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Dogs and cats, and cats and birds, are not permitted on the same plane. Pets who share a carrier must be of the same species and cannot exceed the required weight limit and carrier size. A maximum of 2 carriers are allowed per passenger, but only 1 is permitted in the cabin. For domestic flights, the minimum fee is 70 TRY. For international flights, the total weight of the pet and carrier will be multiplied by the excess baggage fee for that route. The minimum fee charged for transit flights and flights with stopovers is between $35 and $150. If fellow passengers provide documented proof of a medical allergy to either dogs, cats, or birds, pets will not be allowed in the cabin.

United Airlines

United Airlines welcomes passengers with small pets (dogs, cats, rabbits, and household birds) in the cabin. Pets must remain inside their pet carrier underneath the seat in front throughout the journey. You will be prompted to see an agent at check-in to receive a pet tag to attach to Fido's carrier. Only 1 adult cat or dog is allowed in each carrier. The fee for pets in the cabin is $125 each way on United Airlines flights.

Virgin America

Virgin America allows small pets (cats, dogs, household birds and domesticated rabbits) to travel in the cabin on select flights. The total weight of your pet and carrier cannot exceed 20 lbs (9 kg). Animals must be at least 8 weeks old to travel. Pets must remain inside their carrier for the duration of the journey and they count as one of your carry-on items. Passengers are only permitted to travel with one pet in the cabin. The pet fee for small animals on Virgin America flights is $100 each way.

Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Atlantic does not allow pets to travel in the cabin on any of their flights. You can bring Fido in a secure, heated, and air conditioned compartment in the hold instead.

VOLOTEA

Cats and dogs are permitted in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 17 lbs (8 kg). Each passenger can travel with 1 pet, and only 2 pets are permitted on board the same flight. When you order online or through the call center, the fee is 39 EUR. If you purchase Fido's spot at the airport instead, you will have to pay 60 EUR.

Vueling

Vueling welcomes small pets (dogs, cats, birds, fish, and turtles) to join their owners in the cabin on select flights. Animals and carriers must have a combined weight less than 17 lbs (8 kg). Vueling does not allow pets to travel if they have special characteristics (unpleasant smell, poor health, inadequate hygiene or violent behaviour) that may cause distress or danger to fellow passengers and crew. Each passenger may only travel with 1 animal. Pet fees vary depending on where you are flying. If Fido is traveling on a domestic flight, the fee is 30 EUR. Dogs traveling on International and Canary Island flights will be charged 45 EUR.

WestJet

WestJet welcomes a number of different pets (dogs, cats, rabbits, and some types of bird) to join you in the cabin. Fido must be small enough to fit in a carrier underneath the seat in front of you. Passengers are permitted to travel with 1 pet each. Animals traveling in the cabin have a fee of $50-59 each way.

Wizz Air

Unfortunately, Wizz Air does not allow pets in the cabin on any of their flights.

XL Airways

Dogs and cats over 3 months of age are welcome in the cabin with XL if the combined weight of the pet and carrier is under 15 lbs (7 kg). Pets must remain inside their carrier for the duration of the flight. Passengers should only bring odorless animals on board. The pet fee is $55 per animal each way.