Woman Got Denied Emotional Support Peacock On United Flight
Sometimes we all need someone to be around us to provide that emotional support when we travel or when we just sit at home and relax. Travelling means you have to manage your pet so that they can accompany you with ease. Birds of the same feather flock together, yet United Airlines recently denied one traveller's demand to bring her emotional support peacock on a flight taking off from Newark Liberty International Airport.
New Rules By The Airlines
From March 1 Delta’s new rules will be applied to the emotional support animals. People will have to submit veterinarian health form and immunization record 48 hours prior to the airlines.
Specific Animals Will Not Be Allowed At All
Further, as of March, Delta won’t permit fancy emotional support animals including ferrets, creepy insects, spiders, goats or creatures with tusks or hooves to fly.