Regulations since 01 March 2021
Since 01 March 2021, only trained service dogs are accepted for cabin transportation on Edelweiss flights.
Emotional support dogs are no longer classified as service dogs. We will therefore no longer accept new bookings of emotional support dogs as of this date. They may still travel as pets, in either a suitable container for transportation in the passenger cabin or in the cargo hold, depending on the size and weight, against a fee.
General requirements for taking a service dog into the cabin
Your dog must behave appropriately in public spaces (eg. no growling or barking, no jumping up at people) and be trained to be obedient to your commands, in order to ensure safe and undisturbed flight operation.
Should your dog not behave appropriately, Edelweiss may transfer the dog to the cargo hold at an additional cost or refuse transportation of the animal. You are liable for any damage and additional costs arising from the transport of your dog. We have summarised the most important information for you below.