Delta Air Lines announced today that certain “pit bull type dogs” will be allowed on its aircraft again — while also banning emotional support animals.
Plus, a Ryan Air commercial generated plenty of controversy (you’re shocked, I know).
Those are some of the day’s travel-related headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.
Delta Throws Pit Bulls a Bone
Emotional support animals will no longer be allowed on Delta flights. Starting Monday, January 11, the airline will no longer accept new reservations involving emotional support animals. However, passengers with ESAs and have travel confirmed prior to January 11 are still OK.
Delta announced another notable change: pit bulls are again welcome on Delta flights. However, the “‘pit bull type dogs'” must “meet documentation requirements for trained service animals.” (Is a “pit bull type dog” a pooch who can sit at a keyboard and type? Because I know some people who’d hire them in a second for transcription services 🙂 )
“Delta will continue to deny boarding to any trained service animal that poses a threat or demonstrates aggressive or inappropriate behavior in a public setting.”
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