Air Canada Pet Policy: Everything You Need to Know Before Flying with Your Pet (Travel & Tickets - Tickets)

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Air Canada Pet Policy: Everything You Need to Know Before Flying with Your Pet

If you're planning to travel with your pet on Air Canada, there are some important things you should know before you go. Here's a summary of Air Canada's pet policy based on the provided web search results:

Carry-on Pets: Air Canada allows small cats and dogs to travel in the cabin as carry-on pets, as long as they meet certain requirements. Your pet must always remain in its closed carrier under the seat in front of you. The carrier will count as the one standard carry-on item which you are allowed to bring on board. Your pet's carrier must be big enough to allow them to stand up, turn around and lie down comfortably. Certain restrictions apply to certain international destinations, so be sure to check these before you travel.

Checked Pets: Cats and dogs over 12 weeks old can also travel as checked baggage if the combined weight with carrier does not exceed 100 lbs (45 kg). Each passenger is permitted to travel with up to 2 pets, charged separately. Pet fees for 1-way travel within Canada range between $105-120.75; and 1-way international flights range between $270-318.60.

Cargo Pets: Effective September 14, 2022, Air Canada will transport pets to and from the United States as air cargo (if arranged through an IPATA agent) at MIA, LAX, and ORD airports. Pet owners who need assistance flying their pets to Canada from one of these airports can send an email to Air Canada.

Traveling with more than 2 animals is not permitted. The dog must be at least 12 weeks old. This pet policy applies to Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada Express, and Air Canada flights.

Register your pet with Air Canada after you book your flight, and show up 30 minutes prior to the usual recommended arrival time to allow for ample time for you and your pet to go through security. Flying on a full stomach could be uncomfortable for your pet, so aim to feed your animal four to six hours before departure.

It's important to note that policies and fees may change over time, so be sure to double-check with Air Canada before you travel.

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