Delta will no longer allow emotional support animals on flights

With new federal rules in place, Delta Air Lines said it will no longer allow emotional support animals on its flights. Airlines and passengers had raised concerns about safety and other issues as more and more travelers brought animals on board. By certifying their pets as emotional support animals, pet owners had been able to avoid paying extra fees when flying. Under the new U.S. Department of Transportation rules taking effect next week, airlines are no longer required to grant special access to emotional support animals. Delta’s policy change means it will stop accepting new bookings for …

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