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Delta and United join American and Alaska Airlines in banning emotional support animals on planes

Delta and United join American and Alaska Airlines in banning emotional support animals on planes

Two major US airlines have announced that they will no longer accept emotional support animals on their planes. This week Delta and United Airlines said they are making changes to its rules regarding emotional support animals. It follows the US Department of Transportation’s announcement that emotional support animals will no longer be considered service animals on flights. Delta will no longer accept emotional support animal bookings on any Delta flight with the date of effect from January 11 2021. “We…

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Alaska Airlines will no longer allow emotional support dogs on flights

Alaska Airlines will no longer allow emotional support dogs on flights

This year will see big changes to the way pets travel with their humans. One of the biggest changes was the announcement last month that the US Department of Transportation will no longer consider emotional support animals as service animals on flights. Following these changes, Alaska Airlines announced that it will no longer accept emotional support animals on its flights. Effective January 11, 2021, Alaska Airlines, the fifth-largest US airline based on passenger traffic, will only transport service dogs, which are specially…

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