American Airlines Is Grounding Emotional-Support Animals


(AP) — Time is running out for emotional-support animals on airline flights. American Airlines said Tuesday that it will ban companion animals gradually by Feb. 1.

As required by federal rules, passengers with a trained service dog will still be allowed to bring the dog on board at no extra charge. But owners of other pets, including untrained companion animals, will have to pay a fee. They’ll also have to put their animal in the cargo hold or a kennel that fits underneath a seat in the cabin — no more letting pets sit at their owner’s feet.

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