Pet in Cabin
- The transportation of “Pet in Cabin” applies only to dogs, defined in the following table:
Aircraft Type Cage size* Dog’s maximum weight Maximum number of dogs per flight Premier Economy Total E-145 16x12x7 inches (40x30x18 centimeters)Length x Width x Height 7 Kgs ** N/A 2 2 E-170 19x12x10 inches (48x30x25 centimeters)Length x Width x Height 9 Kgs ** N/A 2 2 E-175 N/A 2 2 E-190 2 2 4 B 737´s 2 4 6 B 767 19x12x10 inches (48x30x25 centimeters)Length x Width x Height 9 Kgs ** N/A 4 4 B 777 B 787
* Cage sizes must be of firm reinforced plastic with a one piece interior base of absorbent material; it must have a metal door with latches to open and close, have lateral ventilation on both sides, allowing the dog to turn and lay down in a natural manner.
** Total weight of the dog including cage.
- Applies only to flights of no more than 6 hours.
- In wide body aircraft (B-767, B-777, B-787) applies only in economy cabin (because the space under the seats is insufficient) and in flights of no more than 6 hours (examples: scaled fligths or the MEX-JFK route with B 787 aircraft).
- Dogs must go through inspection by the Health Department and/or airport authorities.
- The dog must have vaccination certificate against rabies, issued within 30 days prior to the date of flight.
- A veterinary certificate issued by SAGARPA (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fishing, and Food) is required. This is, responsibility of customers.
- Each customer may transport 1 dog.
- Unaccompanied minors traveling with dogs are not be allowed.
- Dogs born less than 8 weeks before the flight will not be permitted.
- Dogs under veterinary treatment will not be permitted.
Access to Premier Lounges is allowed to Customers traveling with their Pets. Boarding Gates (SUE):
Boarding Gates (SUE):
1. Dog must be in a cage prior to boarding and when entering the aircraft’s cabin.
1. Dogs shall remain inside the cage for the flight’s duration under the seat in front of the Customer.
2. It is prohibited to provide food or beverages to the dog during flight.
1. “Service Animals and/or Emotional Support Animals” are exempt from these guidelines, and its treatment continues unchanged.
2. Dogs that do not comply with the requirements to be accepted as “Pet in Cabin”, will be accepted as checked baggage (AVIH), or through Aeromexico Cargo with the corresponding requirements, as the case may be.
3. The Airports’ Command Offices are informed through the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC Direccion General de Aeronautica Civil, there should, therefore, be no problem during inspection at security filters (document attached).
Source: Direccion General de Aeronáutica Civil DGAC “CO AV-7.8/07 R2”