Dutch Antilles Express flew between the ABC islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, as well as to other destinations in the Caribbean, such as Venezuela, Colombia and the Dominican Republic.
DAE is no longer flying after its bankruptcy in 2013.
View the 2017 Dutch Antilles Express Baggage Policies page for information about carry-on, checked, and excess baggage fees.
Pets as Special Baggage
Passengers may have the need to travel with sports equipment or with their pets. DAE does offer the possibility to check these items. All special baggage must be requested in order to be accepted by the check in counter.
The special baggage can be requested via all DAE’s reservation and ticket offices.
How much will it cost to transport my pet?
To transport your pet, you have to pay a fare that depends on your destination. The fare is equal to the weight of the kennel and pet times the excess baggage rate per kilogram applicable to that particular destination.
Make sure to make a reservation for the transport of your pet by contacting the ticket offices of DAE prior departure.
What must I take into account prior to transporting pets?
When transporting your pet on a flight, either as baggage or cargo, you will have to consider that certain countries have restricted the entry of pets.
Pets must also be transported in a suitable container; must have received the proper inoculations, and must have the required documents.
Service dogs (including guide dogs) are those that have been individually trained to perform functions and have an innate ability to assist you with your disability.
A service dog may travel in the cabin if it accompanies a passenger who is dependent upon it and if it is properly harnessed. Prior approval from DAE must be obtained by the passenger at a minimum of 72 hours before flight departure.
Important information regarding service dogs:
Only one service dog / emotional support dog is permitted per passenger with a disability.
Due to the size of our aircraft and our requirement under Civil Aviation Authority regulations to have the aircraft aisle clear at all times the total number of service dogs carried on a particular flight is limited to one. We apologize in advance if we are unable to accommodate you and your dog on the flight you prefer. We will do all possible to accommodate you on the next available service.
Most countries have strict animal import regulations which must be adhered to including pre-approval for travel. Failure to provide details of the required documentation during the booking and check-in process may result in your dog not being permitted to travel. The passenger is at all times responsible for complete and accurate documentation.
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