There are a limited number of pets allowed on each flight: 2 in the cabin and 4 in the hold. Due to these limitations, the Royal Jordanian Customer Service Team suggest booking your pet's spot on board as soon as your travel plans are confirmed. You can do this by contacting them at (+962) 6510-0000.
Pets in the Cabin
Small cats and dogs can travel in the economy class section of Royal Jordanian flights if the duration of the journey does not exceed 5 hours. To be accepted on board, the combined weight of your pet and carrier must not exceed 15 lbs (7 kg). Pets traveling in the cabin will be charged twice the usual excess baggage rate of $90-180 depending on the destination of your travel.
Pets in Checked Baggage
Cats, dogs, and other household pets may be transported as checked baggage if they exceed the limitations for transport in the cabin. There is no weight limit, but animals are charged more depending on the combined weight of the pet and carrier. Passenger's 1st animal and carrier up to 70 lbs (32 kg) under 80" (203 cm) is charged at twice the usual excess baggage rate. Any additional pet carriers of this weight and size are charged at twice the rate. Carriers between 70-100 lbs (32-45 kg) under 80" (203 cm) are charged 3 times the usual excess baggage rate; and between 80-98" (203-250 cm) are charged at 4 times the usual baggage rate. Animals and carriers below 70 lbs (32 kg) between 80-100" (203-250 cm) are charged 3 times the usual baggage rate. Animals and carriers over 100 lbs (45 kg) and for each additional 25 lbs (10 kg) are charged the same as animals below, plus additional excess baggage.
For pets traveling in the cabin, carriers must not exceed 19" H x 15" W x 10" D (50 cm x 40 cm x 26). For pets traveling as checked baggage, there are no restrictions on the size, but carriers over 98" (250 cm) are charged a fee for each additional 20" (50 cm).
Falcons can travel with Royal Wings too. They are charged 3 times the normal excess baggage rate. More than 1 falcon per handler will require the booking of an adjacent seat. The maximum number of falcons allowed on board is between 10-15.