All three of the Big 3 U.S. airlines will stop taking bookings for emotional support animals (ESAs) on Jan. 11. JetBlue joins the list as well.
Announcements this week by JetBlue, American, Delta and United came after a similar announcement last week by Alaska Air.
American will honor existing bookings involving ESAs through Feb. 1. United will honor such bookings through Feb. 28. Delta said it will honor all ESA bookings confirmed prior to Jan. 11.
Going forward, passengers at the three airlines will have to pay carry-on or cargo stowage for all pets except qualified service dogs.
Read the full article on Travel Weekly: https://www.travelweekly.com/Travel-News/Airline-News/Big-3-airlines-all-onboard-with-support-animal-ban
JetBlue article on Travel Pulse: https://www.travelpulse.com/news/airlines/jetblue-becomes-the-latest-to-ban-emotional-support-animals-from-flights.html