Pets are welcome in the cabin on Alaska Airlines, including dogs, cats, rabbits, and house birds. Although Alaska Airlines requires carry-on dogs and cats to be at least eight weeks old and able to consume solid food.
Only dogs and cats are allowed to ride in the cabin on American Airlines. The majority of flights that are 12 hours or fewer can carry animals to specific locations, including Alaska, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, St. Croix.
Small, immunized dogs and cats that are at least eight weeks old are allowed to fly in the cabin with passengers on Southwest Airlines.
United Airlines only allows dogs and cats to travel in the cabin. United doesn’t have any breed or weight limitations for pets flying in the cabin.
On all domestic JetBlue flights, travelers can bring small dogs and cats for $125 one-way, carefully contained inside a carrier that fits beneath the seat in front of them.
Delta Air Lines
Delta allows dogs, cats, and household birds in the cabin to and from certain destinations. Regardless of the type of animal, it must be able to travel in a carrier that fits under the seat in front of you.
For $99 each way, pets may travel in the cabin on Frontier Airlines flights. Dogs and cats must be at least eight weeks old before flying in the cabin, and these types of pets can accompany travelers on domestic trips.
On Spirit Airlines routes inside the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, passengers may transport dogs, cats, house birds, and small domestic rabbits that are at least eight weeks old in the cabin.
Dogs and cats can travel in the cabin on Hawaiian Airlines flights that go from Hawaiian island to island, as well as between the Aloha State and most destinations in North America.