In an O.D to a number of complaints (we’ve done it before over a dog that peed on nearby seats) received that dogs were abusing their right to fly on their planes — the airline has announced that beginning 1 March things are changing. Beginning that day, officials are set to roll out rules whereas pets are required to be entirely documented before board — as in before minor documentation was required.
This time, perhaps, officials say pets will be required to be assured by their owns that they’ll behave, plus, unless they stay under the bin in cages — they are required to be checked in at boarding and owners must sign some sort of waver.
Delta’s new rules are apparently surrounding two particular kinds of groups: those who are disabled, and or, those who have animals for emotional support reasons. Both of these kinds of people, fly free, and, are not required to cage their dog during the flight.