Delta is tightening its rules around bringing emotional support animals on flights
You’ll need a lot of documentation
Delta is tightening its rules around service and emotional support animals due to “serious safety risks” according to the airline. Beginning on March 1st, passengers flying with a trained service animal will have to submit a veterinary health form and / or immunization records 48 hours before departure. In addition to the current requirement of a letter signed by a doctor or licensed mental health professional, passengers flying with a psychiatric or emotional support animal will need to subm...
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