Delta No Longer Flying Emotional Support Animals
(CNN) – The list of airlines dropping their emotional support animal policy is getting longer.
Delta says it will no longer ticket emotional support pets on its flights.
Only trained service dogs will still be allowed and the airline will require owners to show documentation the animal meets U.S. Department of Transportation requirements for service animals.
Delta is not the only airline to make the policy change.
Alaska Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines have also change their policies on emotional support animals.