Airline Pet Case Study

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A detailed overview of the Airline Pet Policies To be able to fly with their beloved dog (pet or service dog) is both the necessity and desire of the owners. However, flying with a dog requires detailed planning and necessary arrangements to be made as every airline has different rules with regards to transporting pets and service dogs. While some airlines consider the size and breed of the dog to allow them to the aircraft cabin as part of the carry-on luggage allowance, the others will only allow pets to travel in the cargo area. Additionally, there are several other rules and fees specific to airline to allow you to fly with pets. Here is the detailed overview of the Airline Pet Policies for 6 major airlines of US- Jetblue Below is the…show more content…
An in-cabin pet may be carried in addition to a carry-on bag and is subject to a $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 are not permitted in the cabin on flights to, from, or through Australia, Hawaii, and Micronesia (including Guam). Passengers traveling with pets must check in at the airline ticket counter. Curbside or self-service check-in is not available. United Airlines' PetSafe Program offers airport-to-airport delivery for animals and features a 24-hour live animal desk, the ability to track pets from origin to destination and more. Dogs, cats, household birds, rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs may be accepted as cargo on United Airlines flights. Reservation requirement: Advance reservations for pet travel in the cabin is required by calling 1-800-864-8331 directly to make these reservations. Reservations are made on a space-available basis. For cargo pet transport, please contact the United Airlines PetSafe Desk at 1-800-575-3335 to make arrangements. Traveling with a Service

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