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WestJet Pet Policy

Reading Time: 4 minutes If you are planning a trip and intend on taking your furkid along, there are a few things you need to know before booking those tickets. Like many other airlines, WestJet welcomes pets on their flights, as long as the pet parents have done their homework and meet every single requirement of the WestJet Pet Policy. Read on to learn more

Weekly ESA News Report January 8: United Airlines’ ESA Policy Tweaked

Reading Time: 2 minutesThis week a leading airline has once again tweaked its policy for emotional support animals, upending the travel plans of many customers. Following on from numerous changes to policies in 2018, this year looks set to bring more changes in the airline industry that restrict the animals allowed on board. Many airlines have whittled pets

Spirit Airlines ESA Travel Letter Fact Sheet

Reading Time: 2 minutesFlights have been brimming over with an influx of people trying to get their pets onto planes by passing them off as ESAs. The result has been a series of incidents and many, many unsatisfied passengers. It is hardly surprising that many airlines have changed their policy on allowing emotional support animals to fly with their owners. Don’t

Frontier Airlines ESA Travel Letter Fact Sheet

Reading Time: 1 minuteThe Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) was created with the best of intentions: to enable people with debilitating mental illness or emotional condition to be allowed to travel with their Emotional Support Animal (ESA) free of charge! Sadly, there are plenty of people abusing this system to get a free ticket for their pets, and fraudsters scamming

Alaska Airlines ESA Travel Letter Fact Sheet

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Air Carrier¬†Access Act was written with the best of intentions: to allow people with a disability to travel with their Service or Emotional Support Animal, without an added fee. Sadly what followed was an unending stream of people abusing this system to bring get their pets, ranging from dangerous reptiles to exotic birds

JetBlue ESA Travel Letter Fact Sheet

Reading Time: 2 minutes JetBlue has followed in the footsteps of many airlines who have recently adjusted their policy allowing people to fly with their emotional support animals. The Air Carrier Access Act was meant to protect people with disabilities. However, after too many incidents of people either abusing the law to get a free ticket for their pet or trying

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