Cape Air Planes make flying easy, and it’s easy to fly with your Pet Cape Air, too! Find out all the details right here, including how to make sure that you’re flying with an airline that allows pets and which types of pets are allowed (and which ones aren’t). Plus, there are plenty of resources available to help make the process easier if you need extra assistance or have questions along the way. Check it out!
What does FAA stand for?
FAA stands for Federal Aviation Administration, which oversees all commercial aviation in America, including airlines like Cape Cod Flights. Cape Air Booking flies its passengers safely and securely across 50 cities throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. The safety of our passengers—including their pets—is a top priority at Cape air flight status so we’re happy to make sure you don’t have to leave your pets behind when you travel with us! All domestic animals are welcome as long as they are less than 20 pounds (which includes cats and dogs) and are at least 8 weeks old.
What do you mean by Cape Air pet carrier?
All passengers are allowed to bring a pet carrier aboard flights within certain parameters. Pets must be small enough to fit in their carriers without discomfort, sit upright and remain silent and still for duration of flight with no biting, scratching or abuse of airline personnel or fellow passengers allowed. The standard maximum size for cats and dogs is 20 long x 12 wide x 10 high (including paws & tail) with additional charges starting at $30 from Hyannis to Nantucket and $50 from Hyannis to Provincetown per leg ($60 and $80 from Cape Flying other Northeast gateways). All pets must remain in their crates for the duration of flight; opening your crate will result in immediate dismissal from aircraft for safety reasons.
Do I need a doctor’s note saying my pet can fly Cape Air with me?
As of April 2016, no. This used to be a requirement, but has been dropped by Cape air phone number in favor of just letting you know ahead of time whether or not your pet can fly with you, and if they cannot, what pet-friendly transportation options are available in your destination city.
Where can I buy a pet carrier online or in stores nearby?
You can buy a pet carrier online at any of Cape air flight schedule online stores or at many online retail sites such as Amazon, Jet and others. Many pet supply stores also sell them in-store; however, you can get a better deal through an online retailer. There are only three places where you cannot purchase a carrier from Cape verde airlines: Cape Cod Flight, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard airports. However, if you live locally and want to buy your carrier in person instead of ordering it ahead of time, simply go to either The Airport Store in Hyannis or The Airport Store in Vineyard Haven for many different options that will help keep your pets safe during their trip!
Where is Book Cape Air nearest airport(s)?
Cape air book a flight has a dozen departure and arrival airports located throughout Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut. All of Cape air contact number outbound flights land at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). Return flights can arrive at any one of 11 regional airports: Agawam, CT; Barnstable-Hyannis MA; Bedford, MA; Block Island RI; Burlington VT; Hyannisport MA; Marthas Vineyard MA; Nantucket MA; New Bedford/Fall River MA; Providence RI and Westerly RI. The only airport you cannot bring your pet on board is Logan Airport in Boston.
How can I reach out to Cape Air Number directly?
The Cape Air Customer Service team can help you determine if your pet, or pet carrier for that matter, can fly with a Cape air reservation number . You can reach out directly via email at [email protected] or by Cape Air Phone Number +1-888-801-0869 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., EST Monday through Friday and 8 a.m.-5 p.m., EST Saturday and Sunday Central Time Zone). There are no extra fees for traveling with pets; all passengers pay standard fare, including those traveling with pets that fit into a single seat space in coach class (meaning no bulkhead seats available). All larger pets will need their own seat space, as well as one-way airline approval before being allowed on board Cape Air flights, so please plan ahead!