Reading Time: 1 minuteAmerican 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
Reading Time: 3 minutesFor emotional support animal owners, it’s wise to read up on airline policies and what to bring and do before you step foot in the airport! As the ACAA states, emotional support animals can fly with the passengers in the aircraft cabin on flights free of charge. However, there still is valuable information to learn when traveling
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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 Animal or pet on a plane.
Reading Time: 4 minutesJetBlue 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. All product and Company names are Trademarks™
Reading Time: 4 minutesWhether you’re traveling with a dog as large as a Great Dane, or a snub-nosed dog breed like the Pug, it’s important to make sure you know everything there is to know about Hawaiian Airlines pet policy. This will ensure both you and your beloved pet can have a relaxing, stress-free plane ride. All product and Company names
Reading Time: 3 minutes Thanks to the Alaska Airlines Pet Policy, your favorite Fur-Friend can join you on your next holiday! Alaska Airlines makes it possible for the whole family to travel together. Make sure that you have enough time to prepare and check every box on the list of pet travel requirements. All product and Company names are Trademarks™