What type of pets are allowed on the plane?

Only certain animals are allowed in the cabin:

  • Domesticated dogs (minimum 8 weeks of age), cats (minimum 8 weeks of age), rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, or small household birds may be carried on flights within the United States.
  • The following species are never accepted: Large birds (e.g. parrots, macaws, cockatoos, birds of prey), rodents (including mice, rats, squirrels), beavers, ferrets, reptiles (including snakes), amphibians, spiders, and insects (and please, no lions, tigers, or bears).
  • Only domesticated dogs and cats may be carried to or from international destinations.
  • Pets are allowed in the cabin on all domestic Frontier flights, and on international flights to/from the Dominican Republic and Mexico.

Please visit our travel information page for more information and details on traveling with pets.