Passengers with service dogs
Passengers with vision loss or hearing or speech impairment may be accompanied on board by service dogs specially trained to provide sight or hearing assistance, with our prior approval.
A disabled passenger over the age of 16 may travel alone with a service dog.
Each flight can only accommodate one service dog.
If you wish to travel with a service dog, please make a request to our direct sales office at your first point of departure no later than 48 hours (inclusive) prior to your scheduled flight departure.
Please present the service dog’s identity document and quarantine clearance documents when you purchase tickets and when you board the aircraft. Please arrive at the check-in counter with your service dog no later than 120 minutes prior to your flight’s scheduled departure time to complete the check-in procedures.
Please use a muzzle and leash for your service dog when boarding the aircraft.
There is no additional charge for passengers who travel with service dogs. You may enjoy the same special fare offers as regular passengers without any restrictions.
If you choose to transport your service dog as checked baggage, we will transport the service dog and its container and food free of charge according to the pet transportation procedures. The total weight of the service dog, its container and food is not counted as part of your free baggage allowance.
We will try to arrange a window seat for you with more legroom, but seats in the emergency exit rows or upper deck of the B747 aircraft are excluded from this offer. In addition, we will try to hold the adjacent seat for a companion traveler.
If you need assistance, we will: