Frequently Asked Questions

How much of your donations actually goes to the cause?

Pilots to the Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit and our intentions are to use all donations and monies received to support the cause of air rescue efforts. However, most of our volunteer pilots are private pilots and not available for hire. Thus, according to the FAA any monies paid or reimbursed to said pilots is considered compensation of flight and not allowable. Unfortunately, this makes it very difficult to use donations for actual flight rescues. Private pilots are required to pay for rescue flights out of their own pocket and deem what portion is deductible on their personal tax returns. Thus, most of our donations go to supporting these rescue efforts, i.e. website development, marketing, promotional materials, events, etc.

Are your pilots paid or reimbursed?

No. Most of our pilots are volunteer private pilots and not available for hire. Thus, according to the FAA any monies paid or reimbursed to said pilots is considered compensation of flight and not allowable. Private pilots are required to pay for rescue flights out of their own pocket and deem what portion is deductible on their personal tax returns.

What are some guidelines for flying animals?

Take into consideration the sizes, weights and temperaments of all animals as well as the crates they come in. If you have any doubt, ask the origin shelter/foster. Fitting all your animals in for transport is akin to a giant game of Tetris! Sometimes animals can be tethered in the back seat if they get along but using some sort of retention advice is advisable.

It is recommended to allow the animals to go to the bathroom before being loaded. Be prepared for animals to go to the bathroom or vomit on the plane. Carry plastic bags, odor eraser and paper towels. Waterproof tarps, drop clothes, seat covers or even a sheet to line the interior of your plane is highly recommended! Don’t feed the animals much prior to flight. After the flight is complete, feel free to give them food and water.

Unless the animals have behavior problems, it’s unnecessary to sedate them. Check with the origin shelter/foster if you have any doubts. Most of the animals go to sleep once in the air.

Make sure you have all the paperwork and medicine (if applicable) for each animal.

Always clean your crates and plane seats after each transport to avoid viruses.

Minimize the rate of those climbs or descents to minimize the discomfort to animals.

Bring a “co-pilot” with you to help assist with the animals. It’s not advisable to do these missions solo.

What are some guidelines for rescue organizations?

Here are some important guidelines for determining if your animals are fit for air transport.

Can your animal be moved? They must be able to be transported from a vehicle to an airplane and perhaps several.

Does your animal have any special needs? Please make sure the pilots are aware.

Keep in mind the flight times and distances that the pilots will travel. Average flight time is 2 hours round-trip thus, this rescue could involve pilot relays with multiple pilots involved doing the rescue. The animals will have to endure not only being transported from car to plane but plane to plane. Multiple take offs and landings. Make sure they are fit to fly!

Maintenance and weather issues do come up. Make sure you have a back up plan which might mean driving long distances to pick up stranded animals. You will also be responsible for finding appropriate foster/boarder in case of these issues.

Do not feed/allow drinking much prior to flight. after no problem.

Make sure you communicate with all parties involved and have the flight itinerary available. Cell phones and email contact information is recommended.

Arrive to the airport early. Don’t make your pilots wait.

Please have all necessary paperwork, collar, leash, medicines for all your animals. All animals should be clearly labeled as well as their crates.

Check state to state requirements.

6. Please have the necessary paperwork that is accompanying the animal and a collar and leash supplied. An ID collar should be on your animal with sending and receiving parties and contact information listed. NO bandanas, coats or sweaters please! A rabies certificate and a health certificate are needed.

The Pilot in Command (PIC) ultimately determined if your animals are fit to fly. They also determine weather, timing, condition of plane, etc. Understand the complexity of flight and adding this element to their mission. Do not pressure or push them to fly when they do not think it is advisable.

Can I rescue animals on my current trips? AIRLINE POLICY LIST HERE

Absolutely yes!

We have a list of most major and regional airlines below. If you wish to take advantage of one of your trips and you are willing to cover the fee to transport an animal we will help in coordinating and assisting saving an animal. Just think, with the trip you are already taking you can save one of these beautiful animals!

The owner/shelter/foster or rescue can assign a person to take the pet on all airlines listed below unless otherwise noted. Of the airlines that do ship pets as cargo most will not accept Brachycephalic or “short-nosed” dogs and cats of the following breeds: Dogs: Boston terrier, Boxer (all breeds), Bull dog (all breeds), Bull terrier, Brussels griffon, Chow chow, English toy spaniel, Japanese spaniel/Japanese chin, mastiff (all breeds), Pekingese, Pit bull (all breeds), Pug & mixes, Shih tzu, Staffordshire terrier. Cats: Burmese, Exotic Shorthair, Himalayan, Persian.

MAJOR AIRLINES
Alaska Airlines – Pet in cabin – $100.00 USD each way Pet in baggage – $100.00 USD each way. Animal doesn’t have to be owned the traveler and can be a rescue pet.
• The pet carrier counts toward your carry-on bag allotment. You may bring either a pet carrier and a personal item, or a pet carrier and a standard size carry-on bag. You may not board the aircraft with a pet carrier, a standard size carry-on, and a personal item.
• A customer may travel with a maximum of 2 pet carriers in the main cabin, only when the adjacent seat is purchased by the same customer.
• Pets allowed in the passenger cabin are dogs, cats, rabbits, and household birds. Dogs and cats must be at least 8 weeks old and must have been fully weaned.
• Up to 2 pets of the same species and similar size may travel in the same carrier, provided no body parts protrude from the carrier and the animals are not in distress.
Brachycephalic or “short-nosed” dogs and cats are not accepted for travel in the cargo compartment on Alaska Airlines flights (including flights operated by Horizon, SkyWest, or PenAir). Dogs: boston terrier, boxer (all breeds), bull dog (all breeds), bull terrier, brussels griffon, chow chow, english toy spaniel, japanese spaniel/japanese chin, mastiff (all breeds), pekingese, pit bull (all breeds), pug (all breeds), shih tzu, staffordshire terrier. Cats: Burmese, Exotic Shorthair, Himalayan, Persian.
All pets traveling in the cargo compartment on Alaska Airlines (including flights operated by Horizon, SkyWest and PenAir) must have a health certificate dated within 10 days of initial travel and 30 days of return travel, when the return flight is booked in the same record. Pets traveling on a return flight booked in a separate record are required to have a health certificate dated within 10 days of that flight. A health certificate is not required for pets traveling in the cabin with their passenger; however, many states have specific importation health and vaccination requirements.
https://www.alaskaair.com/content/travel-info/policies/pets-traveling-with-pets.aspx?lid=JennWindow::ResponseLink
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Allegiant Air – Allegiant Travel. Star, anyone can take a pet, it does not have to be the original owner.
Allegiant accepts live animals/pets (domestic cats and dogs only) in the passenger cabin of the aircraft on flights within the contiguous 48 United States. Pets will only be accommodated if they are in a kennel or carrier that fits under the seat which will allow a maximum size of 9″ H x 16″ W x 19″ D. Soft–sided carriers are strongly recommended since pets must be comfortable while remaining in the carrier, under the seat, at all times. The CSA will determine if there is adequate room in the carrier for any pet(s). Please be advised Allegiant does not transport pets in the cargo area nor can a pet travel without a traveling passenger.
There is a $100 fee per one–way flight for each carrier in the cabin, with no more than two (2) pets per carrier. The per segment Booking Fees will be waived. Customers traveling with pet carriers may not be seated in exit rows, one row before or after an exit row or in the bulkhead seats for safety reasons since the carrier must fit under the seat. There can only be one (1) pet carrier per side, for a maximum of two (2) pet carriers per row.
http://www.allegiantair.com/traveling-with-pets
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American Airlines – I spoke to Jessica and she stated that as long as the pet has the proper documentation it can travel with whomever has control of the pet. Checked pet $200 per kennel. Carry-on pet $125 per kennel.
If all your travel is on American Airlines we can only accept up to 7 kennels each flight (not including service animals). When traveling on an American Eagle flight, we can accept up to 5 kennels per flight (with a maximum of 1 in first class).
You can travel with up to 2 checked pets that are at least 8 weeks old. Please note that as capacity is limited, we accept checked pets on a first-come basis. When checking a pet, you’ll need to:
Contact Reservations at least 48 hours prior to travel
Check in at the ticket counter
Allow extra check-in time (can’t check pets more than 4 hours before your flight)
Complete a checklist with an agent
Provide a health certificate
To ensure the health and safety of your pet, the health certificate you provide must be issued by a vet within:
10 days of your travel
60 days of your return (travel on the same ticket)
10 days of your return (travel on a separate ticket)
Checked pets cannot travel on A321S, A321H, A320, A319 aircraft and all flights operated by our regional partner Air Wisconsin.
http://www.aa.com/i18n/travelInformation/specialAssistance/pets.jsp
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Delta Air Lines – I spoke to Jody and she stated that anyone is able to take a pet over the age of 18 years. Dogs, cats and household birds can travel with you in the cabin for a one-way fee
of$125.00
Effective March 1, 2016 Delta will no longer accept pets as checked baggage, but will continue to transport allowable pets in aircraft cabins. Delta will also accept shipment of pets for travel within the United States as freight through Delta Cargo.
One pet is permitted per kennel with the following exceptions:
*One female cat/dog may travel with her unweaned litter if the litter is a minimum of 10 weeks old to 6 months of age. *There is no limit on the number of animals in the litter.
Exception: Two pets of the same species and size between the age of 10 weeks and 6 months may be allowed to travel in one kennel, provide they are small enough to fit into one kennel and are compatible. They will be charged as one pet.
Pets in Cabin are not allowed in the First Class/ Delta One / Business Class cabin on any international segment, regardless of aircraft type due to insufficient space.
https://www.delta.com/content/www/en_US/traveling-with-us/special-travel-needs/pets/pet-travel-options.html
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Frontier Airlines – Anyone is allowed to take a pet. A one-way, directional $75.00 charge will apply and may be paid in advance during booking. If you do not pay in advance, you’ll need to pay when you check-in your pet. And while you might have a few cats or a whole litter of puppies, we are required to limit it to one pet container carry-on per person.
Up to two (2) small animals may be transported in one travel container as follows: puppies or kittens (8-10 weeks old), hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, and small household birds.
While Frontier Airlines does not require a health certificate for pets carried in the cabin traveling within the U.S., upon arrival, a certificate may be required by the specific state in which you are landing.
Frontier Airlines does not allow pets to be checked as baggage.
https://www.flyfrontier.com/travel-information/family-pets/
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Hawaiian Airlines – I spoke to Bella. She stated anyone can be assigned to take a pet onto the plane as long as the pet is on the reservation and all the health requirements are met.
Cost between neighbor islands is $60.00. Health certificate is not required for dogs or cats on flights within the State of Hawaii.
Hawaii to North America (Except to/from JFK) $225.00. Health certificate must be dated within 10 days of date of departure and signed/issued by a licensed/certified veterinarian. Original health certificate is required.
North America to Hawaii (Except to/from JFK) $225 per kennel, each way w/ quarantine restrictions. Health certificate must be dated within 14 days of date of departure and signed/issued by a licensed/certified veterinarian. Guests must have the original and a copy.
The original is for the State Animal Quarantine officials and the copy is for Hawaiian Airlines.
Live Animal Checklist (completed by a Hawaiian Airlines agent)
You may have only 1 animal per kennel
Exception: Up to 2 puppies or kittens (fully weaned and between 8 weeks and 6 months old) may be carried in one kennel, provided they do not exceed a total weight of 25 lbs.
Hawaiian Airlines charges per kennel for each direction traveled. If you decide to add in a stopover along the way, you’ll pay separate pet fees to and from your stopover point. All fees are subject to change.
http://hawaiianair.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/657/session/L3RpbWUvMTQ1NjE2NTk1NS9zaWQvalpTaGxLSm0%3D
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JetBlue Airways – Must be accompanied by a customer. Does not need to be the “owner” of the pet. Non-refundable pet fee of $100 each way. A limited number of pets are allowed on each flight. Only one pet per customer is allowed. Your pet and carrier count as one carry-on bag onboard. We only accept small cats and dogs as pets in the aircraft cabin onboard our flights. At this time, we do not ship live animals as cargo or in the bellies of any aircraft. The combined weight of the pet and carrier may not exceed 20 pounds.
http://help.jetblue.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/webisapi.dll?New,Kb=askBlue,case=obj(392843)
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Southwest Airlines -The person with the animal can be any paying customer. Pets traveling are subject to a $95 Pet Fare each way per pet carrier.
Pet Fares are nonrefundable and may not be applied toward future-date travel if unused. Please note, the Pet Fare is subject to change at any time. Pets are not permitted as checked baggage.
On the day of travel, Customers must bring the pet to the airport in an approved pet carrier. Proceed to the airport ticket counter to check the pet in and pay the Pet Fare before going to the departure gate.
Southwest Airlines allows small vaccinated domestic cats and dogs to travel with you in-cabin under the seat in front of you. Pets will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until capacity is reached. Six (6) pets are allowed per flight with a limit of one pet carrier per paying Customer traveling on the same flight. However, from time to time, circumstances may allow for more (or fewer) than six (6) pet carriers per scheduled flight.
Pets must be checked in at the airport ticket counter, however Customers can still secure their boarding pass online, at curbside check-in, the airport kiosk, or the ticket counter.
https://www.southwest.com/html/customer-service/traveling-with-animals/pets/index-pol.html?clk=GFOOTER-CUSTOMER-PET
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Spirit Airlines Does not need to be the actual owner of the pet. $110 per pet container, each way. One pet container per fare-paying customer is permitted with up to 2 similar animals in the same container, as long as each pet is free to stand in an upright position and freely move about the container. Spirit will only allow the following pets on the aircraft: Domestic dogs, Domestic cats, & Small household birds (except to / from Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.)
Maximum of four pet containers permitted on the aircraft during all domestic flights (including Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, U.S.V.I). The pet should be at least eight (8) weeks old and fully weaned.
The combined weight of the pet and carrier may not exceed 40 pounds (18.14 kg). Spirit Airlines does not transport pets in Cargo at any time.
https://customersupport.spirit.com/hc/en-us/articles/202096926-Does-Spirit-Airlines-allow-pets-on-board-
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Sun Country Airlines – the Passenger must travel on the same flight as the pet. Does not have to be the owner of the animal.
Non-refundable fee of $199 per kennel per flight segment that must be paid at the airport.
Pets are accepted on all nonstop domestic flights except Anchorage, Laughlin, New York, San Juan and St. Thomas. Pets are not accepted on international flights.
Pets are not accepted on connecting or multi-stop flights.
Kennel and pet cannot exceed a combined weight of one hundred (100) pounds.
Pets may not be checked in more than four (4) hours prior to scheduled departure.
Cats and dogs must be at least eight (8) weeks old and weaned for at least five (5) days.
No more than two (2) puppies or kittens younger than six (6) months, under 20 pounds, and of the same species may be transported in the same kennel.
Animals transported in the baggage compartment cannot be in heat, or tranquilized, or have signs of a pre-existing condition, illness or evidence of recent surgery.
Pets will not be accepted at curbside check-in, only at the main Sun Country ticketing counter.
A maximum of four (4) pets as carry-on baggage and two (2) pets as checked baggage will be accepted per flight total.
http://www.suncountry.com/page/1/baggage-information.jsp#nineteen
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United Airlines – A pet may travel with any passenger over the age 18. Domesticated cats, small dogs, rabbits and birds may travel accompanied in the aircraft cabin on most flights within the U.S. $125 service charge each way. There is an additional $125 service charge for each stopover of more than four hours within the U.S. or more than 24 hours outside of the U.S.
Pets younger than eight weeks are not permitted.
Pets must travel on the same flight(s) as the customers who are responsible for them.
https://www.united.com/web/en-US/content/travel/animals/in_cabin.aspx
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Virgin America – A pet may travel with any paying customer over 18 years old. $100 pet fee each way. Puppies and kittens must be at least 8 weeks old and weaned.
The total weight of the animal and carrier cannot be above 20 pounds.
Virgin America does not accept animals as cargo or checked baggage
http://virginamerica.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/88/kw/pets/session/L3RpbWUvMTQ1NjIwNjQ1NC9zaWQvMzd5dVBNSm0%3D
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REGIONAL AIRLINES
ABX Air
Community Relations and Charitable Donations
communications@abxair.com
http://www.flyaero.com/
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Aero Contractors Eunice Taiwo-Dairo,says Yes, it is possible to travel with a pet. However, the pet must have a quarantine certificate and vaccination certificate duly signed by a Veterinary doctor, in a metal cage and it must be travelling with a passenger. (No restrictions on who the passenger is)
The amount payable on the pet depends on the weight as it is calculated on 500 naira per kilogramme.
Regards,
Eunice Taiwo-Dairo,
AeroContractors Company of Nigeria Ltd,
Murtala Muhammed Airport,
PMB 21090 Ikeja,
Lagos, Nigeria.
tickethelpdesk@acn.aero
http://www.flyaero.com/
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Air Cargo Carriers
http://aircar.com/
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Air Choice One Airlines
Yes the pet can fly with another person.
We will accept one live animal per flight. Multiple live animals are not permitted on our aircraft. All animals will be subject to a space available policy and will be based on a first come, first served basis. Pet reservations are highly recommended.
Pets are subject to a $25.00 fee.
All animals must be accompanied by a human passenger.
http://website.airchoiceone.com/policy/pets-animals
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Air Evac
No pets
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Air Sunshine
EMail@AirSunshine.com
http://www.airsunshine.com/Contact.htm
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Air Transport International
sales@airtransport.cc
http://www.airtransport.cc/
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Air Wisconsin- Yes any adult paying passenger can take a pet.
The pet travel policy can be found on the American Airlines website at http://www.aa.com/i18n/travelInformation/specialAssistance/pets.jsp
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AirNet Express
cargocharters@AirNet.com
http://airnet.com/
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AirStar Executive Airways
http://www.airstarfloridakeys.com/current-aircraft/
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Alaska Central Express
info@aceaircargo.com
http://aceaircargo.com/getrates.html
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Alaska Seaplane Service
Anyone can take the pet according to Trisha.
www.flyalaskaseaplanes.com
info@flyalaskaseaplanes.com
http://www.flyalaskaseaplanes.com/
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Aloha Air Cargo
Airport to airport service is available for shippers that drop-off their own animal at the airport and have the receiver pick up at the destination airport. Before being loaded and after arrival, your pet will be kept safe and comfortable in a shaded, covered, well-ventilated area.
http://www.alohaaircargo.com/pet-shipping.html
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Alpine Air Express
info@alpine-air.com
http://alpine-air.com/
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Ameriflight
ahegar@ameriflight.com
http://w3.ameriflight.com/
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Amerijet International
https://www.amerijet.com/live-animals.html
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Ameristar Air Cargo/Ameristar Jet Charter
http://ameristarjet.com/
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ATC Aviation- Etihad Cargo
We can only assist with pet flying as cargo. You would have to contact the Passenger side of the airline to inquire about traveling with pet as excess baggage.
For flying pets as cargo, please contact Pets in Transit, #7733625541
Best regards,
Vedrana Maric
Customer Service Agent
ATC Aviation- Etihad Cargo
618 S. Access rd
Chicago, IL 60666
Tel: 773-462-8103
Dir: 773-462-8103 x256
http://www.atc-aviation.com/neue-home.html
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Asia Pacific Airlines
http://flyapa.com/contact.asp
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Atlantic Airlines
Yes anyone can take the pet.
In Cabin – You must be on the same flight as your pet and the carrier in which the pet is to travel must fit entirely under the seat in front of you and the size limitation does vary by aircraft and airline. Weight restrictions may also apply.
Checked Baggage – You must be on the same flight as your pet and the crate and pet combined must weigh no more than one hundred pounds.
Cargo – If the pet does not qualify for either of the earlier options, it must travel as cargo. Unfortunately, when shipping your pet as cargo, there is no guarantee as to the particular flight your pet will be on, unless you choose priority or “counter-to-counter” shipping, which we strongly recommend.
McDonnell Douglas aircraft, including the MD80, DC9, and the DC10 will not accommodate 500-size crates. These crates should fit on Boeing aircraft, including the 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777.
Attach a label to the crate with the information listed in “Before you go” as well as your flight information, destination, arrival contact name and number, as well as any special instructions for handlers. Place labels with the words “LIVE ANIMAL” in letters at least
one inch high with arrows pointing upright on all sides and an additional label without arrows on the top. We suggest including a friendly note printed on the top as follows: “Hi, I am , a going to on flight # . Thanks
for taking good care of me.”
http://www.atlanticairlines.com/pets.html
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Atlas Air Cargo
http://www.atlasair.com/holdings/contactus.html
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Bemidji Airlines
Barb Berggren – says We are not the airlines. Please contact Delta for this information.
info@bemidjiaviation.com
http://www.bemidjiaviation.com/
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Bering Air
Bonnie says – Yes someone else can take a pet. All pets will need to be in an airline approved kennel for transport. It goes by weight and it varies between villages.
Pets can fly cargo, but it should be set up so that the receiving party is there to meet the flight. If you’re traveling with the pet, it can go as ‘baggage;’ however, if you’re wanting to ship it cargo, it goes by weight and the cost will depend on where you’re wanting to ship it.

FAQs


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Berry Aviation
frontdesk@berryaviation.com
http://www.berryaviation.com/
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Big Island Air
info@bigislandair.com
https://www.bigislandair.com/
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Blue Moon Aviation
No info found
https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Blue-Moon-Aviation
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Boutique Air
Seth Eaton says – Although we do not charge for pets, they must be able to fit in a soft sided pet carrier on your lap. Also, the pet can fly with someone other than the owner.
Boutique Air accepts small pets if they can safely fit on the lap of the passenger in a small cage or crate. Larger animals are not accepted in the aircraft. Boutique Air welcomes trained service animals in the aircraft cabin, as well as emotional support animals with valid documentation.
info@boutiqueair.com
https://www.boutiqueair.com/p/faq
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C&M Airways
No info found
https://www.planespotters.net/airline/C-M-Airways
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Cape Air
Pets are not allowed on any flights operated with the Britten-Norman Islander or Cessna 208 Amphibian.
For travel on the Cessna 402, advance reservations are recommended. Only one pet per aircraft may be booked confirmed space. Live animals are approved for travel on a first-come, first-served basis. Multiple live animals from the same family are permitted on the same aircraft; however it is possible that, due to space or weight constraints, the passenger and pets may not be able to be accommodated on any particular flight. Multiple live animals from different families are not permitted on the same aircraft.
There’s a $10 fee per animal, each way. Discount coupon book holders travel with their animal for free.
For travel only between Hyannis, New Bedford, Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard, dogs may be transported with or without a kennel under the following conditions:
A dog not exceeding 35 pounds in weight may be carried on the passenger’s lap or on the aft shelf of the cabin.
A dog 35 pounds or more must be properly restrained with a leash, harness or similar device and situated in such a location so as to not obstruct access to the aisle or exit. This location is typically behind the last row of seats. Pets must not exceed a maximum weight of 80 pounds per animal.
The ability to carry pets pursuant to this provision is determined by the airport authorities of the airports we serve and is subject to change with or without notice.
Cats always need to be in kennels. Upon arrival, health certificates may be required by local authorities, depending upon the route over which the pet is traveling.
https://www.capeair.com/flying_with_us/traveling_with_pets.html
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Castle Aviation Nicholas Gorham says No requirements needed if flying with a pet. If there is more pets than a person could control on the aircraft they would need to be in travel crates. Pets are able to fly as cargo as well. Let me know pickup and drop off locations as well as number of passengers and/or pets flying and I will be happy to provide you with our options and quotes. — Nicholas Gorham Chief Dispatcher Castle Aviation Akron Canton Airport, Bldg 12 330-498-9333 330-280-6879 Cell
Nick@CastleAir.com

Services


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Centurion Air Cargo
Susanne Kuemmerer ordbookings@atc-aviationusa.com
http://www.centurioncargo.com/en/live-animals.php
http://www.centurioncargo.com/en/contact-us.php
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CommutAir
Goes with United policies.
For reservations or customer support, contact United Airlines.
1-800-UNITED-1 (1-800-864-8331)
http://www.flycommutair.com/#!form__map/c24vq
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Compass Airlines
​Compass Airlines operates flights on behalf of Delta Airlines and American Airlines.
http://www.compassairline.com/
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Contract Air Cargo
This consent order concerns unauthorized air transportation by Contract Air Cargo, Inc., (CAC) which performed operations as a common carrier without the requisite economic authority from the Department.
https://www.transportation.gov/airconsumer/eo-2005-3-39
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Corporate Air
caoffice@corporateair.net
http://www.corporateair.net/contacts.htm
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CSA Air
http://www.airt.net/csa.html
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Custom Air Transport
chicustomerservice@customco.com
http://www.customco.com/contact.html
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Delta Private Jets
sales@DeltaPrivateJets.com
https://www.deltaprivatejets.com/
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Empire Airlines
info@empireairlines.com
http://www.empireairlines.com/
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Endeavor Air
All Reservations are handled
by Delta Air Lines
P) 800.221.1212
www.delta.com
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Envoy Air
Envoy Air Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL) operating nearly 180 aircraft on about 900 daily flights to more than 150 destinations.
http://www.envoyair.com/
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Everts Air Cargo
http://www.evertsair.com/pages/company/history.php
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Express One International
no info found
https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Express-One-International
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ExpressJet
Same as AA
http://www.aa.com/i18n/travelInformation/specialAssistance/pets.jsp
http://www.expressjet.com/
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FedEx Express
Live Animals and Ornamental Marine Life (Including Live Fish) FedEx Express does not accept live-animal shipments as part of its regular-scheduled service and does not transport household pets such as dogs, cats, birds and hamsters. FedEx Express may accept certain shipments of live animals such as horses, livestock and zoo animals (to and from zoo locations only) on an exception basis if approved and coordinated by the FedEx Live Animal Desk (call 1.800.405.9052). If approved by FedEx, we may accept non-venomous reptiles, amphibians, live/ tropical fish and beneficial insects on an exception basis under the following conditions: 1. Shipments must be from a business to a business (from a breeder to a pet store, for example). 2. The shipper must have its packaging tested and pre-approved by FedEx Packaging Design and Development for the type of animal being shipped. Call 1.800.633.7019 for assistance. It is the responsibility of the shipper to adequately package shipments for all temperature extremes and handling conditions.
http://images.fedex.com/us/services/pdf/Service_Guide_2016.pdf
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Flight Alaska
No info found
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Florida West International Airways
http://fwia.com/cargoservices.html
http://fwia.com/
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Freight Runners Express
charter@freightrunners.com
http://www.freightrunners.com/pax/
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Frontier Flying Service Akiyo Kikuchi says anyone can take a pet. If you are traveling with a pet, please notify the Reservations agent at the time of booking, or if booking online, please select the “pet in cargo hold” option under “Special Requests.” Pets are accepted on a first come, first served basis at the time of check in, so plan to arrive at the ticket counter early. A $75 service fee applies for transporting pets solely on Ravn flights.
If you have connections with Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air or PenAir, a $100 fee applies for hand-carried pets and a $100 fee applies for checked pets. Pets checked in must be reclaimed at the baggage claim in Anchorage for connections to Alaska Airlines as TSA screening is required prior to transport. You will still only incur the one pet fee charge of $100. This charge also applies to any pets that are hand-carried into the cabin of the aircraft. If you are traveling on Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air or PenAir and then connecting to Ravn Alaska for the last leg of your travel, you will pay the pet fee when you check in for your originating flight and will not need to pay again when connecting to Ravn.

Traveling with your pet

Cargo Resources


sales@FlyEra.com
https://www.flyravn.com/
https://www.facebook.com/RavnAlaska
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FS Air Service
no info found
http://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/companies/0484690D:US-fs-air-service-inc
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GoJet Airlines
Same as United & Delta
http://www.delta.com/content/www/en_US/traveling-with-us/special-travel-needs/pets/pet-travel-options.html
https://www.united.com/web/en-us/content/travel/animals/default.aspx
http://www.gojetairlines.com/
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Grand Canyon Airlines
No we do not allow pets on our tours.
Bianca.
Reservations Specialist
Papillon Helicopters
res.las@papillon.com
res@grandcanyonairlines.com
https://www.grandcanyonairlines.com/tours/
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Grant Aviation
They can travel with any passenger.
Animals need to be in kennels.
1. Pet travelling with passenger (applies to ENA/ANC only) = $30/RT
2. Unaccompanied pet/Kennel (applies to ENA/ANC only) = $50/OW
3. Bush – pet in kennel (applies to all bases except ENA/ANC) = $75/OW
http://www.flygrant.com/flying-with-us/faqs/
http://www.flygrant.com/
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Great Lakes Airlines
They can travel with paying customer. Great Lakes Airlines will accept domesticated dogs, cats, rabbits, and household birds (canaries, finches, or parakeets only). Great Lakes will not accept wild or exotic animals; such as reptiles, amphibians, insects, or arachnids. Great Lakes Airlines will allow 1 pet in cabin and up to 2 medium or 1 large kennels in cargo per flight. Great Lakes will not accept an extra-large kennel. No more than 1 pet per passenger is allowed. To take a pet in the cabin, the kennel must fit under the seat in front of the passenger. The dimension of this space is 20” length, 15” width and 11” height. Acceptance of an animal as pet-in-cabin will be in lieu of the passenger’s one personal item so pack accordingly. All carriers must be leak proof, be ventilated on at least two sides and prevent any part of the animal from protruding outside the carrier. Soft-sided carriers specifically designed as pet carriers are accepted only in the cabin. Animals in the cargo area must be in a hard-sided carrier. A health certificate is required for the animal dated no more than 10 days prior to the flight. (Not applicable to a pet-in-cabin.) The animal must be able to stand up and turn around comfortably in the kennel. There is a $50.00 charge per direction on Great Lakes only. If you are connecting to another airline, please contact that airline directly for their policies and charges. The customer will be notified should there be a crewmember or another customer that would have adverse health problems due to the animal being in the cabin, the animal would need to be carried in cargo. Great Lakes Airlines will accept trained service animals and emotional support animals at no charge when certain rules are met. Please consult the Contract of Carriage for a list of these rules. Make sure your pet is fed at least two hours before getting on the plane. If the pet is traveling with a passenger, the reservation is booked by calling the Reservations Center at 800-554-5111.
http://www.greatlakesav.com/
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Horizon Air
You can travel with your pet for a $100 fee. To add your pet to your ticket, call Reservations at 1-800-252-7522 . If you’ll be connecting to another airline, please contact them directly to reserve space. Because we don’t transfer pets to other carriers, they’ll need to be picked up and rechecked with the connecting carrier.
Same as Alaska Air – https://www.alaskaair.com/content/travel-info/policies/pets-traveling-with-pets.aspx?lid=JennWindow::ResponseLink
http://horizonair.jobs/values/
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ImagineAir Jahmar Jackson says anyone can ship a household pets on our flights here are the details. All pets do need a crate of some kind, we recommend a soft case if possible. The crate would go behind the back seats in our baggage area. The baggage area can hold up to 100lbs total. The opening for this compartment is 21″ wide x 20″ high. We also may be able to try to get the crate into the baggage area from over the back seats. The area is 36″ long by 39.8″ wide by 38.5″ high. Also, yes it is possible to book a flight for someone other than yourself. If you have any other questions please feel free to contact us.
Thanks,
Jahmar Jackson
877-359-4242 office
jjackson@imagineair.com
csr@imagineair.com
https://www.imagineair.com/
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Island Air Fie says pets can fly with whomever the owner designated. Yes we do accept pets both carry-on or check-in. I do apologize we do not allow the pet to be ship as cargo. The only time we will allow the pet to fly as cargo is when there is a passenger traveling on the same flight and the pet is one of their check-in pieces.
We allow a total of four pets per flight, two pets are allowed in the cabin (1 pet per passenger) and two pets in the cargo hold (1 pet check-in per passenger). Yes, we do require the passenger to check with us on the availability of the flight as it is a first come first serve basis.
Check-in pets – $35 – up to 50lbs
$60 – 51 – 70lbs (maximum combined weight of pet and kennel is 70lbs)
Should you need further information, please feel free to contact us.
Mahalo.
Faigofie “Fie” Manase
Care Specialist
Island Air – Proudly Serving Hawaii Since 1980
Toll Free: 800.388.1105
Fax: 808 840.2399
Email: customercare@islandair.com
support@islandair.desk-mail.com
https://www.islandair.com/
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Island Airways
islair@islandairways.com
http://www.islandairways.com/
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Kalitta Air
theaugustinegrp@aol.com
http://www.kalittaair.com/
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Kalitta Charters
Robert D’Alimonte says We do allow pets to travel on our aircraft provided they are caged/crated for the duration of the flight, assuming the crate/cage fits on the aircraft. Soft sided carriers are acceptable as well.
With regards to your question about people accompanying the animals and if they’re allowed to fly as cargo, that would greatly depend on the amount of animals you need to move and how many people would be with them.
Shift Supervisor
Kalitta Charters, LLC.
Main: 800-525-4882
Direct: 734-985-2460
Fax: 734-544-3421
Main: 135dispatch@kalittacharters.com
passengersvc@kalittacharters.com
http://www.kalittacharters.com/
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Kenmore Air
Anyone authorized can take the pet Cats and dogs are welcome aboard Kenmore Air flights. However, for the comfort and safety of our passengers, we maintain a limit of one pet per flight.
The pet must be harmless, inoffensive, odorless, and require no attention during transit.
All cats must travel in a small, soft sided, duffel-bag style carrier.
Most dog kennels will not fit in our aircraft on our scheduled service flights, however, charter service may be an option. Please contact a charter specialist at 866.359.2842 to discuss options. For passengers transiting through Sea-Tac Airport, kennel storage is available at Ken’s Baggage and Storage.
Pet immunization records and a health certificate are required on international routes.
Kenmore Air does not offer unaccompanied pet transport services.
Advance reservations are required for all pets, regardless of size or weight, and fees may apply, according to the table below. Arriving for your flight without advance reservations for your pet may result in unanticipated fees or denial of boarding. Your pet will be listed on your emailed itinerary. To add a pet to your booking, please contact our Customer Service group at 866.435.9524

Policies


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Key Lime Air
http://www.keylimeair.com/
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L-3 Flight International Aviation
L-3 Flight International is an aviation services company, focused on special mission flight-testing, threat-simulation and training operations.
http://www2.l-3com.com/fi/
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Logistic Air
americas-info@logisticair.com
http://www.logisticair.com/contactus.html
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Lynden Air Cargo
Thank you for contacting Lynden.
Please note Lynden International is a freight forwarder, they don’t have their own planes and therefore cannot ship live animals.
Lynden Air Cargo is a cargo aircraft only and they service Anchorage and Western Alaska only. I’m sorry, we would not be able to assist with this shipment. Depending on where you are traveling to/from, it would be best to reach out to a passenger airline directly for transportation of your pet.
Have a great day!
Best Regards,
Tiffany Kelly
LYNDEN LOGISTICS
www.lynden.com
information@lynden.com
http://www.lynden.com/lac/
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Martinaire
info@martinaire.com
http://www.martinaire.com/
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Merlin Airways
merlinairways.com
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Mesa Airlines Partners with United Airlines & American Airlines . They follow the same pet policies.
http://www.mesa-air.com/
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Miami Air International does sell individual seats and therefore your quote will reflect the cost of chartering the entire aircraft.
http://www.miamiair.com/
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Mid-Atlantic Freight
Air Freight
Ivette Serrano
ivette@map305.com
http://midatlanticff.com/
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Millennium Aviation
csr@majets.com
http://majets.com/
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Mokulele Airlines Anyone can take a pet.
Pets must be well behaved, harnessed with a leash and/or in a soft kennel, traveling under the control of the traveler and must remain with the traveler at all times.
MW assumes pets to be cats and dogs for the general term of Pets In Cabin, MW accepts domestic cats only and they must be contained in a soft kennel.
Pets must be harnessed and/or in a soft kennel that fits properly within aircraft for the safety of the other passengers.
Pets must be clean (free of fleas, ticks, or any biting insects), well-groomed, cannot be offensive in odor.
Pets (and/or owner) cannot display any disruptive, unruly, aggressive behavior at any time prior to and during boarding, and especially while during the flight.
Pets must NOT pose a threat to the safety or health of the other passengers traveling.
Both the animal and traveler may be seated in row 4 or 5 and the combined total weight of the animal and passenger cannot exceed 320 lbs due to weight and balance of aircraft.
MW reserves the right to levy any fees to the traveler/owner, in the event, there is any damages or cleaning fees incurred to the aircraft related to the transportation of the animal.
MW reserves the right to deny boarding to any breed we deem unsafe per the Pilot and Agents final decision, no other passengers need be involved in this discussion.
MW accepts most breeds of domestic dogs and cats for flight, see Captain and Co-Captain for final approval, one pet per flight is the general rule, if deemed unsafe or aggressive by nature they must be contained in a kennel if perceived perception exists.
MW assumes responsibility of final decision on boarding of pet between our pilots and CSA for the final verdict on whether a pet may travel in cabin un-contained or contained harnessed with a leash and/or in a soft kennel
MW reserves the right to refuse a dog if aggressive by nature,this may include a perceived perception to the welfare of other passengers.
MW is able to accept most breeds of domestic dogs and cats for flight. In-cabin travel for pets is booked on a space-available basis, MW reserves the right to refuse more than 1 pet per scheduled flight.
MW reserves the right to deny boarding to the animal if any of the above conditions is in violation or poses a harmful threat to the other passengers.
http://www.mokuleleairlines.com/
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Mountain Air Cargo
http://www.airt.net/mountain-air-cargo.html
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Nantucket Airlines – Pets must be accompanied by a traveling passenger.
accept live animals on our Cessna 402 flights. Pets are not allowed on any flights operated with the Britten-Norman Islander or Cessna 208 Amphibian.
For travel on the Cessna 402, advance reservations are recommended. Only one pet per aircraft may be booked confirmed space. Live animals are approved for travel on a first-come, first-served basis. Multiple live animals from the same family are permitted on the same aircraft; however it is possible that, due to space or weight constraints, the passenger and pets may not be able to be accommodated on any particular flight. Multiple live animals from different families are not permitted on the same aircraft.
There’s a $10 fee per animal, each way. Discount coupon book holders travel with their animal for free.
For travel only between Hyannis, New Bedford, Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard, dogs may be transported with or without a kennel under the following conditions:
A dog not exceeding 35 pounds in weight may be carried on the passenger’s lap or on the aft shelf of the cabin.
A dog 35 pounds or more must be properly restrained with a leash, harness or similar device and situated in such a location so as to not obstruct access to the aisle or exit. This location is typically behind the last row of seats. Pets must not exceed a maximum weight of 80 pounds per animal.
The ability to carry pets pursuant to this provision is determined by the airport authorities of the airports we serve and is subject to change with or without notice.
Cats always need to be in kennels. Upon arrival, health certificates may be required by local authorities, depending upon the route over which the pet is traveling.
Pets must be accompanied by a traveling passenger. Connections with other carriers are not available. Upon arrival, health certificates may be required by local authorities, depending upon the route over which the animal is traveling.
Maximum kennel size allowed in the Cessna 402: 28″ x 20.5″ x 20.5″. Maximum kennel size allowed in the ATR42: 40″ x 27″ x 30″.
Pet & Other Live Animal Embargoes:
Additional seasonal or route-specific restrictions, or “embargoes,” may also apply depending upon the aircraft size and/or the code share partner policy in place at any point in time.
Culebra, Puerto Rico – No pets are accepted for travel for any flight to/from Benjamin Rivera Noriega Airport in Culebra, Puerto Rico
Virgin Gorda, BVI – No pets are accepted for travel for any flight to/from Virgin Gorda Airport in Virgin Gorda, BVI
Britten Norman Islander Aircraft – No pets are accepted for travel for any flight operated by this aircraft type.
Cessna 208 Amphibian (seaplane) – No pets are accepted for travel for any flight operated by this aircraft.
http://www.capeair.com/flying_with_us/traveling_with_pets.html
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National Airlines Cabins are pet friendly. Anyone can bring your cat or small dog in the cabin with you provided it is small enough to fit and stay comfortably in its carrier under the seat in front of you. For safety reasons, your pet cannot travel with you in the cabin if you:
Are an unaccompanied minor
Are seated in an exit or bulkhead row
Weight/Size Restrictions and Travel Charges
Maximum Carrier Size Allowed In Cabin
Maximum Allowable Weight Charge For One-Way Travel
(Plus Applicable Taxes)
Hard or Soft Sided Carrier 46 linear inches (height cannot exceed 8 inches) 10 kg/22 lbs
(pet and carrier combined) $50usd
National does not currently accept pets as checked baggage.
https://www.nationalairlines.com/traveling-with-pets
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New England Airlines
http://www.block-island.com/
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Northern Air Cargo
http://www.nac.aero/
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Omni Air International
Are you traveling as a passenger on an Omni Air International flight? If so, please provide us with your flight information. The information, cost, and requirement vary by charter customer so we will need these details in order to assist you.
Kind regards,
Kristen
Kristen Jenkins | Director of Customer Support | Omni Air International
3303 N. Sheridan Road, Hangar 19 | Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115
Office: 918.833.3828 | Fax: 918.833.3893
Email: kjenkins@oai.aero| Web: www.oai.aero
ales@oai.aero
https://www.oai.aero/
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OneJet
“Hello
Thank you for contacting OneJet Customer Care
We do not allow Pets in the cabin, or in cargo. If you are needing further assistance please
feel free to contact our office. Thank you.
If you have any additional questions please let us know. You may also contact us by phone at 1-844-663-5381.
Sincerely,
Roseanna
OneJet Customer Care
1-844-663-5381”
customercare@onejet.com
http://www.onejet.com/
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Orange Air
customerservice@flyorangeair.com
http://www.flyorangeair.com/
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PenAir Any paying adult passenger may take a pet. Health certificates are required for any travel crossing state borders. A Rabies Vaccination Certificate is required for all travel within the State of Alaska. Alaska State Law requires PenAir to obtain proof of a current rabies vaccination for each dog or cat over 3-months-old being transported, each time they are transported with PenAir.
Because it is not always possible to obtain a document in Alaska bush locations, we will provide an agreement form out of the bush without a current vaccination certificate. This form will state that before the animal is shipped out of Anchorage on our carrier, the owner will have acquired a current rabies vaccination and will present the appropriate certificate at the Anchorage counter at the time the dog or cat is being transported.
Animals that are acceptable for travel in the cabin include small dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, tropical pet fish (only in a leak proof container). They must fit under-seat and remain in the kennel at all times. Nylon, soft-sided, carry-on bag-type kennels are acceptable as long as they fit the requirements of space and cleanliness and have a leak-proof bottom. The max kennel size for a nylon, soft-side, cabin pet carrier is 16L X 16W X 9.5H.
The kennel must be placed under the passenger’s seat and remain there during takeoff and landing. Obstructing the aisle or passageway is not allowed. Animals may not create a noise disturbance in the cabin or they will have to travel as cargo. Only 1 animal per kennel and only 2 animals per cabin (each in their own kennel) will be accepted. Reservations for cabin kennels are required and must be made by calling PenAir Reservations directly at 800.448.4226.
http://www.penair.com/fly-with-us/pets
Transporting Live Animals as Air Cargo
PenAir provides transportation for live animals such as dogs, cats, birds and other animals (subject to approval).
http://www.penair.com/cargo/animals
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Phoenix Air
charter@phoenixair.com
http://phoenixair.com/home.html
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Piedmont Airlines Piedmont Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of the American Airlines Group (AAG). As the merger between US Airways and American Airlines continues to move toward completion, we strive to provide you with the most accurate contact information for both companies. Be aware that this information may change without notice. Pets are restricted to those rules.
http://piedmont-airlines.com/
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Polar Air Cargo
Airexport@JNJintl.com
http://www.polaraircargo.com/
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Presidential Airways says yes, pets are permitted to fly in the cabin on private aircraft.
The cost would be contingent upon the route traveled, as the charter would be for an entire aircraft. If the pet is traveling alone, then a kennel would likely be required by the pilots.
Kind regards,
Stefan Sears
Sales Executive
Presidential Aviation, Inc.
1725 NW. 51st Place
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
C 954.716.0411 | F 954.862.2514
ssears@presidential-aviation.com
www.presidential-aviation.com
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PSA Airlines Passenger policies and services – American Airlines website for complete policies.
http://www.aa.com/i18n/travelInformation/checkingIn/at-the-airport.jsp?anchorEvent=false&from=Nav
http://www.psaairlines.com/
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Ravn Alaska Frontier Flying Service Akiyo Kikuchi says anyone can take a pet. If you are traveling with a pet, please notify the Reservations agent at the time of booking, or if booking online, please select the “pet in cargo hold” option under “Special Requests.” Pets are accepted on a first come, first served basis at the time of check in, so plan to arrive at the ticket counter early. A $75 service fee applies for transporting pets solely on Ravn flights.
If you have connections with Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air or PenAir, a $100 fee applies for hand-carried pets and a $100 fee applies for checked pets. Pets checked in must be re-claimed at the baggage claim in Anchorage for connections to Alaska Airlines as TSA screening is required prior to transport. You will still only incur the one pet fee charge of $100. This charge also applies to any pets that are hand-carried into the cabin of the aircraft. If you are traveling on Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air or PenAir and then connecting to Ravn Alaska for the last leg of your travel, you will pay the pet fee when you check in for your originating flight and will not need to pay again when connecting to Ravn.

Traveling with your pet

Cargo Resources


sales@FlyEra.com
https://www.flyravn.com/
https://www.facebook.com/RavnAlaska
http://www.aa.com/i18n/travelInformation/checkingIn/at-the-airport.jsp?anchorEvent=false&from=Nav
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Republic Airlines Any adult passenger is fine. Please note each carrier’s policies can vary on the types of animals allowed, as well as kennel size.
For Pets in the cabin:
Kennels must fit under the seat and pet must remain in the kennel at airport, during boarding/deplaning and during all phases of flight. Seats may not be purchased for the pet.
Underseat Stowage, E-145: 17”x12”x10
Underseat Stowage, E-170/E-175: 18”x13.5”x10”
For pets as checked baggage:
Maximum kennel size accepted is limited to a reservation of one large kennel, or two small or medium per flight. The 400 series kennel is the maximum kennel size accepted as checked baggage on Republic flights.
Reservations are required. Refer to our partners’ websites for additional restrictions, travel embargoes, rules and charges.
Customers are responsible to provide a valid health certificate or other documents if required.
Partners – American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines.
http://www.rjet.com/
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Ryan Air Services
Aniak
P.O. Box 113
Aniak, AK 99557
Dan Wheeler, Station Manager
Phone: 907-675-4295
Fax: 907-675-4730
aniak@ryanalaska.com
http://www.atsak.com/
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Salmon Air
Anyone can fly with a pet. Depending on what kind of pet it may have to be in a crate. Price depends on the flight where you are coming from and where you are going. Also depends on what date you were looking at. Do you have an idea on those? I would be able to give you a more accurate price.
Thanks,
Jen
McCall/Salmon Air Reservations Manager
http://www.mccallaviation.com/
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Scenic Airlines Tours only No pets.
info@scenic.com
http://www.scenic.com/
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SeaPort Airlines Yes an adult may take a pet. SeaPort accepts domestic pets, including cats, dogs, and household birds, as long as they are in an approved carrier and the weight of any single animal does not exceed 40 lbs. Pets are carried in the aircraft cabin, generally in the cargo area, for the duration of the flight. Pets must be without odor and have all current vaccinations and flea treatments. A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for the transportation of any animal. All service animals travel free. Please refer to Rule 154 of the Contract of Carriage for additional information on the carriage of animals.
http://www.seaportair.com/
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Shuttle America
no info found
http://www.skyscanner.com/airline/airline-shuttle-america-tcf.html
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Sierra Pacific Airlines
No info found
https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Sierra-Pacific-Airlines
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Silver Airways Silver Airways will accept domestic cats, dogs and household birds for transportation.
The acceptance of animals is subject to the conditions below:
Animals will only be accepted for transportation in the passenger compartment
Advance arrangements must be made
The animal must be harmless, inoffensive, odorless, and require no attention during transit
The animal must be confined in a container subject to inspection and approval by the Carrier before acceptance
The passenger must make all arrangements, and assume full responsibility for complying with any applicable laws, customs, and/or other governmental regulations, requirements, or restrictions of the country, state, or territory to which the animal is being transported
The maximum number of animal containers per aircraft is four, in order to ensure the safety and well-being of any animal transported
Carriage of animals is limited to one animal per container, except that two kittens or two puppies under 10 weeks of age, or two household birds will be permitted in a single container
Containers for transporting animals must be supplied by the passenger
Containers must be leak proof, structurally sound, free from all broken wires or protrusions, and properly ventilated
Containers must be large enough for pet to stand, sit and change positions comfortably
Containers must never be locked as animals must be accessible in case of emergency
Additional Requirements for Carriage of Animals in the Passenger Compartment:
Animals are not permitted with unaccompanied children
Animals are not permitted to occupy a passenger seat as cabin seat baggage
After check-in, the animal must remain in the container while in the boarding area and on board the aircraft
The container must be stored under the seat directly in front of the passenger
Passengers are limited to one animal container each
Charges:
The carriage of pets in cabin is subject to a charge of $125.00 per animal container, each way
Special note:
Silver Airways will not accept gaming birds under any circumstance
https://www.silverairways.com/
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Sky King, Inc.
https://www.transportation.gov/airconsumer/eo-2013-2-7
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Sky Lease Cargo
http://www.skyleasecargo.com/en/index.php
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Skyway Enterprises
No info found
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SkyWest Airlines – They will accept an animal for transport as long as a person over age 18 is responsible. SkyWest Airlines is happy to transport your pet when possible. Due to equipment size or other operational constraints, SkyWest requires the following additional restrictions above and beyond our partners’ programs. Kennels must fit under the seat and pet must remain in the kennel at the airport, during boarding/deplaning and during all phases of flight. Seats may not be purchased for the pet. For pets as Checked Baggage, maximum kennel size accepted is limited to a reservation of one large kennel, or two small or medium per flight. SkyWest does not accept extra-large or giant kennels. Reservations are required. SkyWest Airlines has recently been notified that an individual or group of individuals is fraudulently using SkyWest’s name in an apparent animal transportation scam. Customers should use extreme caution if they are contacted by anyone asking for money in exchange for transporting an animal on a SkyWest Airlines flight. SkyWest Airlines does not ask customers to wire money or to use money transferring services like Western Union to pay applicable animal transport fees.
Customers should also keep the following in mind:
· Applicable fees for transporting animals are paid by the customer during flight check in.
· SkyWest does not ask customers to wire money or to use money transferring services like Western Union to pay applicable animal transport fees.
· Customers are responsible for making any needed arrangements with SkyWest and our major partners to transport their animals, including filling out paperwork or obtaining documentation related to the animal’s health.
http://skywest.com/
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Southern Air
http://www.southernair.com/
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Sportsflight Airways
dmoss@sportsflightairways.com
http://www.sportsflightairways.com/
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Superior Aviation
http://www.superior-aviation.com/
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Swift Air Yes.
Transporting of live animals in the aircraft cabin or cargo compartment including pets and fully trained assistance animals requires prior approval from Swift Air. They would need prior approval and it is on a case by case basis.
http://www.flyswiftair.com/
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Tepper Aviation
tai@tepperav.com
www. tepperav.com
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Trans States Airlines Yes
​​​​Trans States Airlines provides scheduled commercial service on behalf of United Airlines and American Airlines. All pet rules apply.
http://transstates.net/
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Transair Hawaii
“We are all cargo, we do not move passengers on our aircraft.
Here are our live animal rate. All live animal moving within the islands must be coordinated.
HNL to OGG/KOA/ITO/LIH – Please contact me to coordinate your booking.
I will need more information regarding your live animal booking.
There is a 6.25% transportation tax to the live animal rate.
Thank you,
Michelle”
cargoreservations@transairhawaii.com
http://transairhawaii.com
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Trans-Florida Airlines
No info
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Ultimate Air Shuttle
http://ultimateairshuttle.com/
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UPS Airlines
I spoke to Donna and she states they do not take pets of any kind.
https://www.ups.com/aircargo/using/custserv/contacts-index.html#cs
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USA Jet Airlines
customer.service@activeaero.com
http://usajetairlines.com/contact.htm
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Victory Air Transport
http://www.victoryairtransport.com/
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West Air
http://westair.net/contact-us
http://westair.net/
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Wiggins Airways
http://wiggins-air.com/
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Wings of Alaska – Yes. Wings of Alaska accepts domestic pets, including cats, dogs, and household birds, as long as they are in an approved carrier and the weight of any single animal does not exceed 40 lbs. Pets are carried in the aircraft cabin, generally in the cargo area, for the duration of the flight. Pets must be without strong odors and have all current vaccinations and flea treatments. A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for the transportation of any animal. All service animals travel free. Please refer to Rule 154 of the Contract of Carriage*for additional information on the carriage of animals. *http://www.seaportair.com/policies/
http://www.wingsofalaska.com/
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Xtra Airways
http://www.xtraairways.com/