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Top 4 Pet Carriers For Frontier Airlines

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Frontier Airlines is ranked by Forbes as the fourth most pet-friendly airline in the United States. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Frontier Airlines operates flights to over a hundred destinations throughout the U.S. and 31 international destinations. As one of the most pet-friendly airlines in the country, Frontier allows dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, and household birds to travel in the cabin. On all domestic Frontier flights, pets are accepted in the cabin.

Frontier also allows pets in the cabin on international flights to/from the Dominican Republic and Mexico. However, there are a few things you need to know about flying with your pet in the cabin with Frontier Airlines. For starters, dogs and cats must be at least 8 weeks old to travel. In addition, Frontier recommends a soft-sided pet carrier that is 18 inches long x 14 inches wide x 8 inches high. Furthermore, throughout the flight, your pet must stay in its carrier, which will go underneath the seat in front of you. With that in mind, below are the top pet carriers that conform to Frontier's requirements.

1. Petskd Top-Expandable Pet Carrier

Petskd Top-Expandable Pet Carrier for Frontier Airlines

It is quite hard to find a travel pet carrier that is 8 inches high, as required by Frontier Airlines. However, many pet owners have reported that Frontier approved their 8.5-inch-high pet carriers. The Petskd top-expandable pet carrier is 17 inches long, 12 inches wide, and 8.5 high, which will definitely be accepted by Frontier. This carrier is recommended for pets that measure 15 inches in length, 10 inches in height, and weigh under 12 pounds. Made of waterproof, non-toxic, scratch-resistant polyester fabric material, this carrier has 3 openings and ventilation windows on 5 sides.

2. Wakytu TSA Approved Pet Carrier

Wakytu TSA Approved Pet Carrier

Designed to accommodate small dogs and cats, the Wakytu pet carrier measures 17.7" long x 11" wide x 8.3" high. It has three entrances and five mesh windows, which can make your pet feel relaxed and calm. To ensure your pet's comfort, the carrier's bottom is equipped with soft cushions. And to prevent the base from sagging when carried, this carrier's floor mat features a built-in sturdy and durable 4mm honeycomb panel. All in all, the Wakytu pet carrier is pet-friendly.

3. Petskd Pet Carrier

Petskd Pet Carrier for Frontier Airlines

I recommend you purchase this pet carrier when you fly with Frontier Airlines. It is 17 inches long, 12 inches wide, and 8.5 inches high and therefore can be placed under the seat in the cabin. Like the above pet carrier, this carrier also has mesh ventilation windows on 5 sides and 3 entrances.

4. Sherpa's Travel Pet Carrier

Sherpa's Travel Pet Carrier

Here is a small pet carrier for Frontier Airlines flights! Designed to accommodate pets up to 8 pounds, this carrier measures 15" in length, 10" in width, and 8.5" in height. It is escape-proof and features mesh panels for adequate ventilation. Furthermore, the carrier is in compliance with FAA regulations and most major airline requirements.

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