Regulators Make It Easier for Airlines to Limit Emotional Support Animals

The aisle of a commercial airliner. Airlines are cracking down on flyers bringing emotional support animals onboard.

Skift Take: Regulators are making it easier for airlines to bar the most outlandish emotional support animals from their flights. Real service animals, thankfully, will continue to be allowed onboard. Looks like I’ll be leaving my three precious emotional support geckos at home for my next trip.

— Andrew Sheivachman

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