Generally, airlines charge a pet fee of $100 to $200 each way, but prices will vary depending on where you're traveling and your airline. Check the airline's pet policy before purchasing a ticket to make sure your pet meets the airline's breed and size requirements. If not, the airline won't let them board.
Do emotional support cats fly free?
All emotional support animals are now treated the same as other pets by airlines, even if you have ESA documentation. This means that pet reservations are necessary, and the airline may charge a pet fee for your furry friend. The Air Carrier Access Act still protects service dogs, including psychiatric service dogs.