Those traveling with an Emotional Support Animal should contact your airline at least 48 before your departure time.
- Animals are not permitted in an emergency exit row.
- Animals are not allowed to occupy passenger seats.
- Larger or multiple service animals may need to re-accommodate you if the animal encroaches on other passengers or extends into aisles.
- Larger animals will need to be checked and travel in a kennel.
- When traveling in the cabin, the animal must fit under your seat, at your feet, or on your lap.
- Service animals can’t block any aisle.
- Animal must be well-behaved, clean, and under your control at all times.
- Advance notice is strongly recommended to ensure all paperwork is in order.
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|Airline||Special Instructions||Restricted Animals||Contact|
|Alaska Airlines||Prior to boarding, you must present current documentation to one of our customer service agents.||Hedgehogs, Ferrets, Insects, Rodents, Snakes, Spiders, Sugar Gliders, Reptiles, Non-Household Birds, Animals improperly cleaned/foul odor, Unusual/Exotic Animal||(800) 503-0101|
|Allegiant Air||(702) 505-8888|
|American Airlines||Special Form||(800) 237-7976|
|Atlas Air||(800) 503-0101|
|Delta Airlines||Hedgehogs, Ferrets, Insects, Rodents, Snakes, Spiders, Sugar Gliders, Reptiles, Non-household Birds, Animals improperly cleaned/foul odor, Animals with tusk or hooves||(404) 209-3434|
|Hawaiian Airlines||Flights longer than 8 hours require documentation that the animal will not need to relieve itself on the flight or can relieve itself without creating a sanitation issue.||Peacocks, Ferrets, Rodents, Spiders, Insects, Chickens, Roosters, Reptiles, or Live Fish.||(800) 367-5320|
|JetBlue||In the terminal at Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), all emotional support animals will be properly confined in a cage, crate or other device.||Unusual Animals (i.e. Reptiles, Ferrets, Rodents and Spiders) or Birds that do not have their wings “clipped or pinioned”||(800) 538-2583|
|Southwest Airlines||Printable Instructions||Unusual or Exotic animals including, but not limited to, Rodents, Reptiles, Insects, Hedgehogs, Rabbits, Sugar Gliders, etc.||(800) 435-9792|
|Spirit Airlines||Special Form|
Minimum 48-hour advance notification, If not enough notice is provided, then pet-travel fees may apply.
|Virgin America||(877) 359-8474|
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