Although I have nothing but bitter things to say about the space available for humans on this plane, Chloe seemed to have an okay flight.
Delta’s 757 (-300 series) planes are divided into First Class and Economy Class. I only caught a glimpse of First Class as I was walking through, but the under-seat spaces didn’t look impossible for an in-cabin dog.… Read the rest
Delta’s A319 planes are divided into two classes, First and Economy. We were traveling in Economy, which has three seats on each side of the aisle. Row 9 is an exit row, so you will not be able to sit there with your dog.… Read the rest
Delta has a variety of 757-200 planes, and the seat pocket card only identified our plane as a 757-200(N). I can tell you, though, that it had eight door exits and no window exits, which narrows the field down a bit.… Read the rest
I’ve been posting the under-seat measurements of planes we’ve been traveling on, and I invited readers to add measurements if they found themselves on a plane with a tape measure and a willingness to fold themselves into a pretzel. Lovely reader Jen stepped up to the plate and sent me the following message about her recent trip on a Delta ERJ-145:
“Hello there.… Read the rest
Under this program, recently launched by Sherpa Pet Group and American Airlines, if your dog fits in one of three Sherpa carriers approved by American and you correctly fill out the Guaranteed On Board form “you can be sure that your pet and its carrier are compliant with American’s rules and regulations.… Read the rest