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Can Corgis Fly In-Cabin? (These 21 Airlines Allow It)

If you’re flying across the country or going abroad entirely, you’ll want to know if your corgi can come with you and if they can be in the cabin with you.

This article covers everything you need to know about corgis and flying.

Please keep in mind this kind of information is subject to change. I’ll keep this post as updated as possible.

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Can I Take My Corgi On a Plane?

In most cases, yes. Corgis are generally allowed to fly on a plane as long as they are properly contained in a pet carrier and under the weight that airlines set. But keep reading to learn something important!

Still, it’s always best to check with the specific airline you’ll be flying with for their specific policies and requirements for flying with a pet. As not every airline will allow it.

Can Corgis Fly In The Cabin With You?

In most cases, yes. Corgis are usually allowed to fly in the cabin as long as they meet the size and weight restrictions for the airline you’re flying.

The weight could be an issue, though…

🎯 MOST airlines set their weight limit, including the carrier, to be 17-22 pounds (8-10kg). This means most corgis over about 6-7 months will likely be too heavy.

πŸ‘‰ Good news! At the moment, Delta, Southwest, and United Airlines have no weight limit.

And like before, your corgi will need to be contained in a pet carrier that meets the rules and requirements of the airline.

πŸ‘‰ These carriers typically need to be small enough to fit under the seat in front of you and to meet safety standards.

It’s always best to check with the airline you’ll be flying with for their policies and requirements for flying with a dog in the cabin.

Do Corgis Really Fit Under Airline Seats?

When we say “fit under” the seat, it’s not strictly underneath the actual seat, as that is in fact incredibly small.

But yes, corgis are small enough to fit “under” most airline seats. What this really means is that they can easily fit down on the floor where your legs go.

Still, as we’ve mentioned throughout, all airlines are different and you must find out the rules and sizing regulations from the specific airline you’ll be using.

Trending article: Corgi Backpack Carrier Guide

What About Large Corgi Adults?

As explained above, most adult corgis over 6-7 months will likely be too heavy for most cabins.

Depending on the airline, only corgi pups may be small enough to fly in the cabin with you.

Do Corgis Have To Be In a Crate In the Cabin?

Will your corgi need to be in a crate/carrier, or can they go on a seat?

🎯 It’s practically always the case that dogs must remain inside their carrier/crate, on the floor and under the seat in front of you at all times.

Most airlines allowing dogs in the cabin have a policy that they must remain in their crate on the floor. They are not allowed up on a seat themself.

21 Airlines That Allow Corgis To Fly In The

Cabin (+ Weight Rules)

As of now, here are 21 of the most popular airlines allowing corgis and other dogs to fly in the cabin. Some airlines have been left out due to having an extremely low weight policy.

17.6 lbs = 8kg
22 lbs = 10kg

As any corgi knows, an adult corgi is often heavier than 17-22 lbs. Corgis over 7-8 months old will likely be too heavy for the cabin of most airlines.

  1. Aegean Airlines
    (17.6 lbs max including carrier)
  2. Air Canada
    (22 lbs including carrier)
  3. Air Europa
    (22 lbs including carrier)
  4. Air France
    (17.6 lbs including carrier)
  5. Alaska Air
    (20lbs including carrier)
  6. American Airlines
    (20 lbs including carrier)
  7. Copa Airlines
    (20 lbs including carrier)
  8. Delta
    (No weight limit. Must comfortably fit under the seat in front)
  9. French Bee
    (17.6 lbs including carrier)
  10. Frontier Airlines
    (20 lbs including carrier)
  11. Iberia Airlines
    (17.6 lbs including the carrier)
  12. JetBlue
    (20 lbs including carrier)
  13. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
    (17.6 lbs including carrier)
  14. Lufthansa
    (17.6 lbs including carrier)
  15. Scandinavian Airlines
    (18 lbs including carrier)
  16. Southwest
    (no weight limit. must comfortably fit under the seat in front)
  17. Swiss International Airlines
    (17.6 lbs including carrier)
  18. TAP Air Portugal
    (17.6 lbs including carrier)
  19. Turkish Airlines
    (17.6 lbs including carrier)
  20. United Airlines
    (no weight limit. must comfortably fit under the seat in front)
  21. Vueling
    (22 lbs including carrier)

Other Things Corgis Will Need To Fly

As well as meeting the weight and size requirement, most airlines have additional rules owners must follow.

πŸ‘‰ Corgis often need the following to fly:

  • Meet the weight, age, and size requirement
  • Health certificate (primarily for going abroad and checking in with immigration)
  • Rabies certificate
  • Microchipped
  • Pet passport (not always)
  • Other potential vaccines (destination dependent)

Please ALWAYS google search the airline you are flying with for their full list of requirements, as well as checking the rules laid out by your destination country.

Some countries will require immigration documents and health certs (while others may not). This also applies to certain types of jabs.

We hope this has helped! Check out more Corgi articles here



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