How Much To Ship A Dog By Plane
Have you ever had a need to ship your pet by plane? If so, then this article is for you. This article will guide you through everything that you need to know about shipping a pet by plane. We will be discussing what the costs are, how they are calculated and other things that can factor into the cost of shipping your pet. So, let’s get started!
How airlines charge for pet travel.
Airline pricing for pet travel is determined by a variety of factors, including the weight of your pet and the type of animal. For example, dogs are generally charged more than cats because they’re larger and heavier. But if one dog is traveling with another—for example, two puppies—it could be charged at an even lower rate than if it were alone. Additionally, some airlines may charge you less if you have multiple small animals (like a couple of kittens) instead of one large animal (like a Great Dane).
To determine how much your pet will cost to fly with you on any given airline, simply visit that airline’s website and poke around until you find their pet travel information page.
What does it cost to ship a dog by plane?
The cost of shipping a dog depends on the size of the dog, airlines, destinations, and country.
The cost to ship a dog by plane can range anywhere from $50 to $1500. The average price for shipping is about $250-$350 but this can change depending on a number of factors: airline you choose (some have lower prices), destination city/airport (airport fees), size/weight of your pet (shipping crates and fuel costs).
Two ways to transport your dog when you fly.
When it comes to transporting your dog by plane, there are two options. First, you can ship your dog via cargo plane. This option requires that you travel separately from your pet and involves waiting in a kennel for several hours before being released at the destination airport. The second option is to fly with your pet inside the cabin of an airplane as long as it is approved by the airline and meets all of their requirements (i.e., size limits).
Airlines that charge different fees for dogs.
- United Airlines
- American Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- Southwest Airlines
- Alaska Airlines
- JetBlue Airways Corp. (JBLU)
- Frontier Airlines Inc. (FRNT)
- Spirit Airlines Inc. (SAVE)
- Hawaiian Airline Co., Ltd., dba Hawaiian (HA)
WestJet Airlines Ltd., a Canadian low-cost airline based in Calgary, Alberta
You can transport you dog by plane if you are willing to pay the extra charges and get it approved by the airline
If you’re looking to transport your dog by plane, the first step is finding a willing airline. Each airline has its own policies on what dogs they allow on their planes and how much it will cost, so make sure to do some research before booking your travel plans.
Once you’ve found an airline that accepts pets as baggage and fits within your budget, it’s time to make sure that your dog is healthy enough to fly. Your pet must be at least 8 weeks old and transported in an approved kennel or crate that can fit underneath or on top of the seat next to you.
We have covered the information you need to know about traveling with your dog by plane. We hope we were able to help you make a decision that is best for you and your pet. Some final things to remember:
- The cost of transporting your dog will depend on the airline and how much your dog weighs.
- You can transport dogs in the cabin or as cargo depending on the airline policies, but only one type at a time.
- Please check all regulations before traveling so there are no surprises once at the airport!