Unusual 'emotional support animals' including turkeys and pigs could be banned by US airlines in a crackdown on fliers sneaking pets on board

US airlines could be forced to reduce the number and variety of emotional support animals travelling with their owners if a proposed rule change by a Department of Transport committee goes ahead.
In the US, under the terms of the Air Carrier Access Act, people currently are permitted to take animals on board a flight at no extra cost if they can't function without the support of the animal.
An estimated 100,000 animals ranging from dogs to turkeys and pigs ride in airline cabins each year with owners claiming their pet provides them key psychological help throughout the flight. 
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13 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail

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