Animals will only be accepted for transportation in the passenger compartment, except when traveling on the seaplane – where the special provisions are fully explained here. Advance arrangements must be made.
The animal must be:
- Harmless, inoffensive, odorless, and require no attention during transit
- Confined in a container subject to inspection and approval by the Carrier before acceptance
- In a container no larger than 17”L x 16”W x 9”H and must be stowed under the seat. 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 never be locked as animals must be accessible in case of emergency. Containers must be large enough for pet to stand, sit and change positions comfortably
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 ten, 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