Condor is a German airline based in Frankfurt. They welcome animals in the cabin and hold on most of their flights.Visit Website
Condor suggests you book your pet on the plane as long in advance as possible. The transportation of animals can be refused at check-in if the container is too small or does not meet the IATA requirements. You can contact the Reservations Team at 866-960-7915 for more information.
Pets in the Cabin
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.
Pets in Checked Baggage
Dogs who exceed the size restrictions to travel in the cabin may be transported in the hold instead. The fees for this service vary depending on your destination and size of your carrier. For medium carriers, with maximum dimensions of 31" L x 21" W x 39" H (i.e. 80 cm x 55 cm x 100 cm), Zone 1 (Balearics, Balkans, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal Mainland) has a fee of $97.00; Zone 2 (Iceland, Canary Islands, Cape Verde and Madeira, Cyprus, Malta, Greece and Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Gambia, and United Arab Emirates) has a fee of $134.00; and Zone 3 (East Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Central, and South America), Zone 4 (Southern Africa & Indian Ocean), and Zone 5 (USA, Canada, and Puerto Rico) all have a fee of $188.00. For larger carriers, with maximum dimensions of 49" L x 29" W x 39" H (i.e. 125 cm x 75 cm x 100 cm), Zone 1 has a fee of $188.00; Zone 2 has a fee of $255.00; and Zone 3, 4, and 5, all have a fee of $310.00.
For pets traveling in the cabin, carriers should be well-ventilated, waterproof, and lockable. They may not exceed the maximum dimensions of 21" L x 15" W x 8" H (i.e. 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm). Water and food containers must be provided inside the carrier. Animals must be able to stand up without their head or ears coming into contact with the roof of the cage or crate and be able to turn around and lie down in a natural position. For pets traveling in the hold, carriers must not exceed 31" L x 21" W x 39" H (80 cm x 55 cm x 100 cm) or 49" L x 29" W x 39" H (i.e. 125 cm x 75 cm x 100 cm). The carrier must be stable and clean, have a watertight base, and be lined with absorbent material. Additionally, mesh roofs are not permitted.
The following breeds are generally not accepted for transportation with Condor: Pitbull Terrier, American Pitbull, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bullterrier, Bullterrier, Amer. Bulldog, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasileiro, Kangal (Karabash), Caucasian Ovtcharka, Mastiff, Mastino Napoletano. Snub-nosed breeds of dogs and cats are also not allowed to travel, including breeds like the Boston Terrier, Boxer, Bulldog (all breeds other than the American Bulldog), Chow Chow, Griffon Bruxellois, Japanese Chin, English Toy Spaniel, Mops, Pekinese and Shih Tzu.