Not all airlines are created equal. When it comes to traveling with your pet, some airlines keep it simple, charging a flat rate, while others complicate things, calculating their fees based on things like weight and destination. It can cost as little as $37 to fly with your pet (traveling within Colombia on Avianca flights) or as much as … Here is our break down of airlines and how much they charge for a one way flight with a pet traveling in cabin with you.
Note: These prices are for pets, not service animals.
Domestic flights: €30
International flight: €60
Low Season $1,100 MXN, Price includes tax
High Season $1,400 MXN, Price includes tax
Low Season $135 USD/EUR/GBP (Price includes tax)
High Season $140 USD/EUR/GBP (Not apply from/to USA. Price includes tax)
Within Canada and Canada/U.S. (except Hawaii)
$50.00 – $59.00 CAD/USD
$100.00 – $118.00 CAD/USA
- Flights in metropolitan France: €40
- Flights within the Caribbean: €30 (excluding flights from and to Miami €55)
- Flights in Europe or between Europe and North Africa: €55
- Flights between metropolitan France and Cayenne, Fort-de-France,
Pointe-à-Pitre, Saint-Denis de la Réunion): €55
- Other flights: €125
Amounts shown in € for flights departing from Europe, in CAD for flights departing from Canada, in USD for flights departing from the United States and all other countries.
$100.00 each way.
*Note: For flights departing from Canada, the fee is $105 each way. Fees indicated are per kennel/carrier and for travel on Alaska Airlines only. If your itinerary includes travel on another airline, the other airline fee may be assessed. Please check with the other airline for more information.
$125 per kennel.
|Flight segment||The price for carriage in the passenger cabin up to a maximum weight of 8 kg¹ and a max. volume² of 118 cm||Austrian Airlines destinations|
|Domestic||EUR 50||Flights within Austria|
|Europe||EUR 60||Europe incl. Morocco and Armenia|
|Intercontinental short distance||EUR 80||Between Europe and Jordan, Egypt, Iran, Iraq and Israel|
|Intercontinental medium distance||EUR 100||Between Europe and Chicago, Maldives, Miami, Canada, New York and Washington D.C.|
|Intercontinental long distance||EUR 110||Between Europe and Thailand, South Africa, Los Angeles, Mauritius, China and Japan|
|Flights||Pets up to 10 kilograms are allowed with the weight of the case|
|Within Colombia*||COP 145.000|
|Within Ecuador*||USD 70|
|From/to the United States and Canada to Central America||USD 160|
|From/to United States and Canada to South America||USD 165|
|From/to Central America to South America||USD 170|
|Between Central America||USD 170|
|Between South America||USD 220|
|From/to Mexico to Latin America||USD 160|
|From/to the Caribbean to Latin America||USD 160|
|To and from Europe**||EUR 180|
European flights: €60 / CHF70 / $70
(+ Armenia, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, Russia & Turkey)
Intercontinental flights: €70 / CHF80 / $80
U.S./Canada/Puerto Rico: $125 USD
U.S. Virgin Islands/International: $200/USD/CAD/EUR
Brazil: $75 USD
Animals are not allowed on EasyJet flights, apart from recognized registered guide and assistance dogs.
Animals are not permitted in the cabin of Emirates flights, with the exception of falcons between Dubai and certain destinations in Pakistan, and Guide Dogs for the visually impaired.
In economy, it costs $150 (Dh550) per pet, per flight, to travel six hours or less, and $250 (Dh920) for flights more than six hours. If transiting, the combined price per flight will apply.
A one-way, directional charge of $99 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.
|Canaries, Europe, North|
Africa and the Middle East
The pet fee is $125 each way and can be added in the Extras section during booking.
|Maximum size and maximum weight||Maximum container size: 55 x 40 x 23 cm / 22 x 16 x 9 inches|
Maximum overall weight (= container + animal): 8 kg
|Domestic routes (Germany) (4)||EUR 50|
|Routes within Europe (4)||EUR 60|
|North Africa, Central Asia and countries on the eastern Mediterranean coast (4)||EUR 80|
|Short intercontinental routes (4)||EUR 90|
|Medium intercontinental routes (4)||EUR 100|
|Long intercontinental routes (4)||EUR 110|
|Routes to/from Japan||EUR 70|
Pets traveling are subject to a $95 Pet Fare each way per pet carrier.
$110 per pet container, each way.
If the reservation was made in advance, the fee is $75 per flight segment. If making a walk-up request, the fee is $100 per flight segment, if there is room on the aircraft. Please keep in mind that a maximum of four pets can travel on a flight, so we recommend that you book your pet’s reservation in advance. Fees are non-refundable.
|Within Switzerland||CHF 57|
|Levant and North Africa||CHF 93|
|Short-haul intercontinental||CHF 103|
|Medium-haul intercontinental||CHF 115|
|Long-haul intercontinental||CHF 126|
|From/to Japan||CHF 90|
Domestic Flights (Portugal): 35 EUR / 46 USD / 57 CAD
Europe, Morocco, Tunisia and flights between Accra and São Tomé: 70 EUR / 88 USD / 111 CAD
Intercontinental Flights: 150 EUR / 185 USD / 235 CAD
Domestic Flights: 80 TRY
Carriage of pets is not included in free baggage allowance and is subject to fees. When weighed together with the crate to be carried in the cabin, it should not be more than 8 kg.
The pet is weighed with its crate, regardless of the passenger’s free baggage allowance. The pet fee is calculated by multiplying the price per kg according to the table below, which applies to the route along with the weight.
The excess baggage fee is charged per box or crate. For example: If a passenger traveling from Istanbul to Frankfurt has two cats in one crate (container), the container is weighed with the two cats. If the total weight (crate and cats) does not exceed 8 kg, the passenger is charged by multiplying the pet fee per kg according to the table below.
|Zones||Zone 1||Zone 2||Zone 3||Zone 4||Zone 5|
|Turkey||8 EUR||9 EUR||10 EUR||11 EUR||16 EUR|
|Zone 1||9 EUR||10 EUR||12 EUR||15 EUR||20 EUR|
|Zone 2||10 EUR||12 EUR||14 EUR||17 EUR||22 EUR|
|Zone 3||12 EUR||14 EUR||16 EUR||19 EUR||24 EUR|
|Zone 4||15 EUR||17 EUR||19 EUR||22 EUR||27 EUR|
|Zone 5||20 EUR||22 EUR||24 EUR||27 EUR||32 EUR|
There’s a $125 service charge each way and 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.
Sorry, pet bookings will remain unavailable until 2022.
Travel within/between Canada and the U.S.
$50 – $59 CAD/USD
Travel between Canada/U.S. and all destinations outside the U.S.
$100 – $118 CAD/USD