PET TRAVEL AND POLICIES
Flying the Furry Skies
While we would love to accommodate every pet, space for pets traveling in the cabin or cargo compartment is subject to availability. Please read the following before booking.
PET RELIEF AREAS
Prior to traveling with a pet or Service Animal, become familiar with the Animal Relief Areas at the airport of your destination. Pet Friendly Travel offers a list of areas around the United States, located here.
SERVICE AND EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS
We welcome trained service and emotional support animals. To ensure both of you have safe, easy, comfortable travel, please review the following;
Trained service and emotional support animals fly for free.
Service and emotional support animals must be under the control of the owner at all times.
Service and emotional support animals must be leashed or in an approved kennel/carrier that fits under the seat.
Service and emotional support animals must be no less than four (4) months old.
TRAVELING WITH A SERVICE OR EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL
Service and Emotional Support Animals and their owners are expected to meet specific standards while traveling with us to ensure safety and comfort. Should the following standards not be met, the owner/handler and the Service or Emotional Support Animal will be removed from the flight and may incur a fine.
Service and emotional support animals must not bark excessively outside of responding to the handler's needs or distress
Exhibit aggressive behavior to other passengers or animals
Freely wander or run about the cabin
Relieve themselves outside of the designated pet relief areas
Jump on guests or employees,
Occupy an aircraft seat
Eat off tray tables
Not respond to the owner/handler's commands.
Impede the safe operation of the aircraft.
Impede the evacuation of an aircraft.
WHAT CONSTITUTES A SERVICE OR EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL?
Animals that are accepted as trained service or emotional support service animals are;
Domestic Dog Breeds
Domestic Cat Breeds
WHAT DO NOT CONSTITUTE SERVICE OR EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS?
For safety concerns, the following animals are not considered by Rocky Mountain Airways as a Trained Service or Emotional Support Animal;
Rodentia (Mice, Rats, Squirrels)
Mustelidae (Ferrets, Otters, etc.)
Exotic Canines such as, but not limited to Wolves and Wolfdog Hybrids
Vulpines (Red Foxes, Fennec Foxes, Arctic Foxes, etc.)
Exotic Felines such as, but not limited to Servals, and Domestic-Wild Feline hybrids such as Savannah Cats