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Airlines will no longer be required to transport emotional support animals – The Washington Post

The U.S. Department of Transportation issues new rules on service animals on airplanes.




Emotional support animals aren’t considered service animals under the new rule, which drew more than 15,000 public comments before it was finalized. Although the rule does not bar them from traveling in passenger cabins, airlines will not be required to accommodate them.
The final rule announced today addresses concerns raised by individuals with disabilities, airlines, flight attendants, airports, other aviation transportation stakeholders, and other members of the public, regarding service animals…

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