Delta Cracking Down On Service, Support Animals
[Source: Disability Scoop]
It may soon be a little harder to fly with a service or support animal as one of the nation’s largest airlines looks to weed out incidents of biting, urination and other misbehavior on its planes.
Delta Air Lines said this month that it will implement a new policy for travelers flying with service or support animals starting March 1.
The move comes in response to a growing number of untrained animals wreaking havoc on the carrier’s planes, the airline said.
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