Time To Curb Abuse Of Air Travel 'Support Animal' Rules

By David Heffernan and Robert Foster (August 13, 2018, 4:38 PM EDT) -- The recent case of a woman who tried to bring a peacock on board a United Airlines Inc. flight attracted extensive (traditional and social) media attention — and some mirth. For airlines, however, the incident was not a laughing matter. Huge and growing numbers of passengers are claiming that their pets are "comfort" or "emotional support" animals, or ESAs — thereby requiring airlines to accommodate the animals in aircraft cabins on the basis that the passengers have disabilities....

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