Chongqing Airlines is a Chinese airline that is a subsidiary of China Southern Airlines. They welcome pets to travel as checked baggage on some of their flights.Visit Website
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China Southern Airlines limits the number of animals permitted to travel on some of their flights to 3, so they advise booking Fido's spot on board as soon as your travel plans are confirmed. You can do this by contacting the Customer Service Team at (+86) 400-869-5539 or at the time of your original booking. Passengers should make their application at least 72 hours prior to their flight departure time. Small animals may only be transported after a confirmation has been received from Chongqing Airlines.
Pets in the Cabin
Unfortunately, pets are not permitted to travel in the cabin on any flights with Chongqing Airlines.
Pets in Checked Baggage
Small to medium animals (dogs, cats, birds, or other household pets) can be transported as checked baggage with China Southern Airlines. Each passenger is permitted to travel with 1 small pet or 2 household birds in the same carrier. To qualify for transport as checked baggage, the combined weight of your pet and carrier should not exceed 70 lbs (32 kg). Animals don't count towards a passenger's free baggage allowance. Instead, they are charged as excess baggage, between 450 and 2000 CNY depending on the weight of the pet and carrier.
For pets traveling as checked baggage, carriers must not exceed 15" H x 23" W x 39" D (40 cm x 60 cm x 100 cm) or be less than 2" H x 6" W x 8" D (5 cm x 15 cm x 20 cm).
Certain aggressive dog breeds and snub-nosed dogs and cats are not allowed to travel with China Southern Airlines, including Affenpinscher, Boston Terrier, Boxers(all breeds), Brussels Griffin, Bulldog(all breeds), Bull Terrier, Pug(all breeds), Cane Corso, Chow Chow, Dogue de Bordeaux, English Toy Spaniel, Japanese Chin/Japanese Spaniel/Chin Chin, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Lhasa Apso, Mastiff(all breeds), Pekinese, Presa Canario, Shar Pei, Shih Tzu, Tibetan Spaniel, American Bull, Yankee Terrier, and Staffordshire Terrier.