A maximum of 3 pets in the cabin and 2 pets in the hold are permitted on flights with Air Dolomiti. To guarantee Fido a spot on board, you should contact the Reservations Department via telephone at (+39) 045-288-6140 as soon as your travel plans are confirmed.
Pets in the Cabin
Small pets can travel in the cabin if the combined weight of the pet and carrier does not exceed 18 lbs ( 8 kg). Pets must remain inside their carrier stowed under the seat in front of you for the duration of the journey. Each passenger is permitted to travel with 1 carrier on board. The fee for this service is 35 EUR for flights within Italy or Germany; and 50 EUR for flights to other European destinations.
Pets in Checked Baggage
Dogs, cats, rabbits, and hares can travel as checked baggage with Air Dolomiti if they don't qualify for transport in the cabin. For pets being transported in carriers with dimensions of 23" x 18" x 16" (60 cm x 45 cm x 40 cm), the fee is 70 EUR on domestic flights and 100 EUR on flights within Europe. For pets being transported in carriers with dimensions of 31" x 21" x 21" (80 cm x 55 cm x 55 cm) or 39" x 25" x 27" (100 cm x 65 cm x 70 cm), the fee is 150 EUR on domestic flights and 200 EUR on other European flights.
For pets traveling in the cabin, carriers must not exceed the dimensions of 21" x 16" x 9" (55 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm). They must be waterproof, leak-proof, and large enough to allow your pet to move, turn around, and lie down comfortably inside. For pets traveling as checked baggage, carriers must not exceed the dimensions of 39" x 25" x 27" (100 cm x 65 cm x 70 cm). They must be leak-proof and lined with an absorbent material on the base. Wheels must be removed from all carriers and proper ventilation on 4 sides is required.
Although there are no banned breeds on Air Dolomiti flights, there are some restrictions when traveling with pets considered to be dangerous or snub-nosed. Breeds considered to be dangerous must be transported in sturdy carriers. Snub-nosed breeds are not permitted to travel on flights when it is too hot or cold. You can find a full list of breeds on their website. Emotional support animals are also not accepted on board.