At times, pet owners need to fly on their choicest airlines with their pets that they can’t leave in the care of anyone else. Whether you choose Delta, Southwest, Allegiant, Alaska, or Breeze airlines for your flight to Mexico, Florida, Georgia, or Las Vegas, you must know the airline’s pet travel policy well and follow the guidelines to ensure seamless air travel with your pets without any surprise or needless expenses. Like other airlines, Breeze makes it easy for pet owners to travel with their small, domesticated dogs and cats safely put in the pet carriers.
If you plan to travel with your pet in the Breeze in an Airbus A220-300 or Embraer 190/ 195 aircraft you should know Breeze Airlines pet policy. It will help you understand the pet size and number allowance, pet booking charge, pet carrier’s size specifications, and other requirements. Read this blog to know more about pet travel requirements in Breeze Airlines.
Breeze Airways Pet Policy: All You Need to Know
Breeze Airways allows people to travel with small, domesticated cats and dogs for which a pet owner needs to pay $75 for a one-way flight.
- The maximum number of pets Breeze allows in a flight is five and that is determined or allowed on a First-come, First-Served basis. Each guest can have only one pet carrier with only one pet allowed in each pet carrier.
- Your pet should not weigh more than 25 lbs. or 11.33 kg including the carrier. You can’t travel with more than one pet carrier even if the weight is less than 25 lbs.
- A pet carrier’s size should not exceed 18x13x9 inches (length x width x height). Be it a hard- or soft-sided carrier, it should be spacious, well-ventilated, and leak-proof to accommodate your pet.
- A pet owner should ensure that the pet carrier is suitably placed under the seat in their front. They can’t have their seats in the Bulkhead or an Exit Row.
- Pet owners can complete Breeze Airways check in at the airport ticket counter to receive their boarding passes.
Check Out the Restrictions
Pets are not allowed as checked bags. They must be at least two months old at the time of travel. Your pet must be in sound health condition and should not show any disruptive behavior.
Flyers traveling with pet carriers can bring one personal item apart from pet carriers. Their personal items need to be stowed in the overhead bin as pet carriers would be under the seat in front of them.
Pet owners must ensure that their pets are always in the pet carriers while at the airport check-in counter, on-boarding or deboarding, or while inside the plane. Travelers can carry their pet vaccination certificates, but they are optional.