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Old 12-03-2020, 08:18 AM   #13  
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Originally Posted by Left Handed View Post
Guys, read the whole rule. It doesn’t say anything about disallowing pets in the cabin. All it says is you can’t call an animal an “emotional support animal” (ie:free) any more unless it specifically has been trained as a service animal, and even that is limited to non-violent dogs. The airline’s pet carriage policies are not changed. You can still pay to have pets in the cabin.
Yes, and this is GREAT.

It lets the airlines set reasonable rules for pets in the cabin, without the ESA loophole that you could drive a supertanker through.

Most airlines allow only small pets that fit (and stay) in a carry-on size pet carrier. I don't really care if they bring a tasmanian devil as long as it's in a container.
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