Emotional / psychiatric support and fully-trained service animals can fly in the cabin at no charge if they meet the requirements. Animals must be able to fit at your feet, under your seat or in your lap (animals to be seated on lap must be smaller than a 2-year old child). For safety reasons, you won’t be able to sit in an exit row when traveling with your service or emotional / psychiatric support animal. Emotional support and service animals must be trained to behave properly in public and they won’t be permitted in the cabin if they display any form of disruptive behavior that can’t be successfully corrected or controlled, including but not limited to:
Emotional support and service animals cannot:
If your animal doesn’t fit within the allowed spaces, you may need to:
Trained service animals have been specifically trained to perform life functions for individuals with disabilities. Examples include animals that assist with:
As the requirements for transporting each type of animal differ, our employees are trained to ask certain questions to determine the classification applicable to your animal.
Forms required for flights over 8 hrs with your service dog: