We ship all of our Pacific Parrotlets on United Airlines. Whether your Parrotlet
gets carried on or checked in there
are a lot of requirements and restrictions in place to ensure your
Parrotlet is comfortable and safe.
wants to ensure a smooth travel experience for your Parrotlet. We are confident that United Airlines will not only provide excellent
& smooth customer service, but will also handle your Pacific Parrotlet shipment with TLC. Shipping currently runs between $75.00 - $158.00.
know how valuable and important your Parrotlet is to your family. We
want to make sure you know all the rules, requirements, and restrictions
before shipping your Parrotlet. Ensuring your new addition to the
family arrives healthy, safe, and secure is one of our top priorities.
Rules for Parrotlets:
certificate of acclimation is not required for birds. Pet birds and
tropical birds including Parrotlets are normally kept indoors are at
risk if the temperature, at any point on the planned itinerary, is
below 50F/10C. When temperatures are between 50F and 20F, they are
transported at the risk of the shipper, with the permission of the
Live, wild birds will not be transported unless:
or shipper's agent, certifies in writing on shipper's letterhead and
submit with the air waybill, that the birds being shipped were born or
bred in captivity or on special farms, or birds are being shipped to or
from a zoological garden, wildlife preserve, or government wildlife
• Transportation is restricted to Delta local services.
Effective: May 15 through September 15
Parrotlets can't be checked as baggage on Delta and Aeromexico
Pacific Parrotlets may be shipped as cargo. See below for year-round temperature
restriction at United Cargo locations may not be located in the airport
terminal, so be sure to contact (800) 575-3335 - from the U.S. and Canada for details.
Airlines will not accept animals as checked baggage but may ship as cargo during
extreme weather if at any point during the animal's trip the
temperature is forecast to be:
Below: 20 degrees fahrenheit (-6.7°C)
• For temperatures below 45° fahrenheit (7.2°C) an acclimation certificate signed by a veterinarian is required.
Above: 75° fahrenheit (21.1°C)
• For temperature above 85° fahrenheit (29.4°C) a waiver is required.