Traveling With Pets, Service / Specialty Animals
Animals as Checked Baggage
Please note that we do not accept animals from October 15 – April 15, but animals may be able to travel on a cargo flight. Arrangements must be made with our cargo department at 1.709.896.3474. Please note we do not accept extra-large kennels unless booked on a cargo flight.
|Size||IATA Number||External Dimensions||Interior Dimensions||Cost|
|Small||0||21”L x 16”W x 15”H||17”L x 12”W x 13”H||75.00 + tax|
|Medium||200||28”L x 20.5”W x 21.5”H||28”L x 16”W x 20.5”H||75.00 + tax|
|Large||400||36”L x 25”W x 27”H||32”L x 22”W x 26”H||100.00 + tax|
Service animals provide assistance to a person with a disability and are certified, in writing, as being trained by a professional service institution.
Air Borealis allows service animals to ride free of charge and in the aircraft’s cabin, as long as they remain harnessed and at their owner’s feet for the duration of the flight.
Specialty animals are defined as dogs that are not providing a service to a person with a disability, but are trained to perform professional functions. A registered certificate would be required as proof the dog and handler are trained.
We allow specialty dogs to travel with the certified trainer/owner and they must remain harnessed and at the trainer/owner’s feet for the duration of the flight. The fare for the dog will be the same as the fare paid by the trainer/owner of the dog.