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U.S. tightens definition of service animals allowed on planes

Por: CNBC Business December 03, 2020

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Richard Atrero de Guzman Anadolu Agency Getty ImagesThe government has decided that when it comes to air travel, only dogs can be service animals, and companions used for emotional support dont count.The Transportation Department issued a final rule Wednesday that aims to settle years of tension between airlines and passengers who bring their pets on board for free by saying they need them for emotional support.For years, the department required... + full article



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