SummaryThis article covers everything you need to know to fly with your pet, emotional support animal or service animal on United Airlines.Emotional support animals and service animals fly for free. Do you qualify for an emotional support animal? Find out by taking the free screening test here.There is no breed restriction for dogs flying in
The American Airlines ESA Policy has fantastic news for emotional support animals owners. If you’re traveling with AA, you can bring your ESA on the flight — as long as you follow their rules. The best part of it all is that they can travel in the cabin for free! Take CertaPet’s Free Screening Test
American Airlines’ main goal for its passengers is to get them safely and sound to their destination, especially for those flying with ESAs or service animals. However, when certain animals, such as hedgehogs, goats, non-household birds, and more, aboard the plane and cause disruption, or worse danger, it becomes a problem. American Airlines’ new policy
The Alaska Airlines ESA Policy is all good news for people wanting to travel with their Emotional Support Animal or Psychiatric Service Animal. The best news? Your ESA will be able to travel with you free of charge! There is a long list of boxes to check to ensure smooth sailing when taking your Emotional Support
JetBlue ESA policy welcomes passengers traveling with emotional support animals, service animals, and certain pets. However, the airline has a specific policy that you must follow in order to travel with your animal. Read on to learn more so that you and your animal can travel stress-free.