PetFly Policy Desk
Planning a trip/travel with your pets? Great! Let’s find out about the pet travel policies of various airlines.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

On the Petfly Policy Desk page, we’ve endeavored to offer concise information about the pet policies of several popular airlines in the USA.
  1. Choose Your Airline: Start by selecting your preferred airline from the list provided. You can click directly on the airline’s name. If you have a specific airline in mind, you can also use the search bar above to quickly find it.

    How to use PetFlyPolicy desk - 1 Choose Your Airline

  2. View Pet Policies: Once you’ve selected an airline, the names of other airlines will be hidden, and you’ll see four options related to the chosen airline. Click on these options to read all the details about their pet policies.

    How to use PetFlyPolicy desk - 2 View Pet Policies Details

  3. Language Options: If you prefer to read the policies in Englsh/Spanish, you can switch languages by clicking on the button provided above.

    How to use PetFlyPolicy desk - 3 Language Options or reset

  4. Additional Help: If you’re still having trouble navigating or understanding the interface, there’s a video tutorial available for easier understanding. If you have any further questions or concerns, you can reach out to the Petfly Policy Desk team via email at

When flying with your pet, consider these top pet-friendly airlines:

Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, JetBlue Airlines, Air Canada, Spirit Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines

Make sure to review the individual rules and requirements of each airline before making your flight reservation.

For easy connection to airline customer service, here are some options:

  1. Airline Website: Start here for phone numbers, live chat, or email contacts usually found under “Contact Us” or “Help” sections.

  2. Phone: Direct contact option, though expect hold times. Try local numbers or off-peak hours for quicker assistance.

  3. Social Media: Some airlines assist through platforms like Twitter or Facebook, but responses may be slower.

Tips for faster service:

  • Have your frequent flyer number ready.
  • Prepare all flight details, including the confirmation number, before calling.