Frontier Airlines to allow small pets in the cabin

Frontier Airlines (2nd) (Denver) announced that customers can now travel with their small pets in the cabin of the aircraft for a $75 each-way pet fare. The new in-cabin pet policy applies to small dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters or small household birds. All pets must fit into a carrier that fits under the airplane seat and they must have proper health documentation in order to fly.

In addition to allowing small pets in the cabin, Frontier also accommodates larger pets as checked baggage. Pets weighing more than 20 pounds, who do not fit the pets-in-cabin requirements, may be checked for a $150 fee.

Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. Since Frontier’s brand involves a lot friendly (and talking) animals, it is only appropriate the company would have this new policy. Frontier’s Airbus A319-111 N908FR (msn 1759) with “Holly” (the Blue Heron) on the tail arrives at Las Vegas.