You cannot travel with a carry-on pet when traveling:
American Eagle does not accept pets as checked baggage for Priority Parcel Service between San Juan (SJU) and St. Kitts (SKB).
Cargo – for more information visit AA Cargo for Live Animals
When traveling with a pet to Trinidad and Tobago (POS), you cannot arrive on a flight before 8 a.m. or after 4 p.m.
When traveling on an American Airlines flight, you can bring one pet kennel as your carry-on bag if:
If all your travel is on American Airlines we can only accept up to 7 kennels each flight (not including service animals). When traveling on an American Eagle flight, we can accept up to 5 kennels per flight (with a maximum of 1 in first class). You’ll need to contact Reservations to make arrangements in advance.
When carrying on your pet, you’ll need to make sure that they can stand up, turn around and lie down in a natural position in their kennel. Non-collapsible kennels can be a maximum of 19in x 13in x 9in.
Soft-sided collapsible kennels such as Sherpa bags can be larger if they’re made of water-repellant, padded or the have nylon have mesh ventilation on 2 or more sides.
You can travel with up to 2 checked pets that are at least 8 weeks old. Please note that as capacity is limited, we accept checked pets on a first-come basis. When checking a pet, you’ll need to:
To ensure the health and safety of your pet, the health certificate you provide must be issued by a vet within:
You cannot travel with a pet if the current or forecasted temperature is above 85 degrees Fahrenheit (29.4 degrees C) at any location on the itinerary. You cannot travel with a pet if the ground temperature is below 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7.2 degrees C) at any location on the itinerary.
We don’t accept brachycephalic or snub-nosed dogs of any “mix” as checked luggage, such as:
We don’t accept brachycephalic cats of any “mix” as checked luggage, such as: