- Girl injured by dog during boarding for Southwest flightA https://apnews.com/f29933c0a6f242d8828fa7cd51498a4a
Unlike service animals such as guide dogs, support animals need no training. However, passengers can be asked to show a medical professionala s note explaining why they need the animal to travel.A Southwest started reviewing its policy even before Wednesdaya s event, Ford said. Starting next week, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines will require more paperwork and assurances from owners of support animals.A Both Delta and United said they have seen a sharp rise in the number of support animals in the last year or so. Last June, a 70-pound (32-kilogram) dog flying on Delta as a support animal bit a passenger in the face severely enough that the man required hospital care.
- Dexter:A https://www.instagram.com/dexterthepeacock/
- A duck with a window seat? How a emotional supporta critters are getting on your flightA http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/national/article201164864.html
- An emotional support peacock? Comfort animal or not, some airlines saying no as rules are tightenedA https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/2018/01/31/airlines-tighten-rules-comfort-animals-rather-than-wait-dot/1083895001/
- Following peacock fiasco, United Airlines tightens policy for comfort animalsA https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/2018/02/01/united-joins-delta-updating-policies-deal-flood-comfort-animals/1086683001/