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What airlines ship cats

Most airlines are not licensed to transport cats, and are unable to do so safely.

Most airlines will not fly your pet unless you find a carrier that is flying to the destination and has, at the very least, a cat carrier on board.

Some airlines will only ship to destinations outside of the U.S. and Canada.

Here are some airlines that ship cats:

Alaska Airlines

American Airlines



Hawaiian Airlines



United Airlines

Virgin America

Where do I find an airline that flies my cat to a destination?

We have identified airline carriers that fly to destinations that can accept cats.

If you are interested in shipping your cat to a destination that is not on our list of approved airlines, please contact the airline directly.

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