Looks great, I have some suggestions to add.
As a pilot the first thing I look for is locations, airport identifiers don’t always get my attention but towns where the airports are located will. If I see a pick up or drop off in my local area I’ll look further. Next I look at what I might be transporting and how many. If you are looking to transport 2 Boston Terriers I know I can put two in one crate in my back seat and off we go. If you have 2 German Sheppard’s, sorry, I might take one. If it’s a mom and a few pups I might look more. Next I look to see when this needs to happen, I need to plan ahead and see if I can get a plane, some of us that rent need to see if we can get a plane. After I know I can get a plane and I want to fly this route then I’ll contact the coordinator for the rest of the information.
Next we move into the information gathering. Most pilots like to know how the animals can be transported, harness or crates. If crates, what size are they, will they fit in my plane? If you are transporting more then one animal can they all fit in one crate or will we need more crates. Who will supply the crates, if the sender doesn’t have crates where can the pilot get crates? Once I get this information now the rest of the information will be needed.
I hope this information helps