Southwest joins United, American and Delta in banning emotional support animals – except for dogs and cats if they are stowed in carriers under seat for $95

Southwest Airlines has become the latest US airline to ban emotional support animals, following the footsteps of Delta, American, United and Alaska Airlines.

On Monday the airline announced it will only allow passengers to bring trained service dogs in the cabin and will no longer accept support animals starting March 1.

Customers may still travel with some animals as a part of the airline’s existing pets program for a $95 charge each flight – however that’s only open to dogs and cats and they must be kept in a carrier that fits under an airplane seat.

The move comes after the Department of Transportation revised their Air Carrier Access Act on December 2, which stopped classifying support animals as service animals.

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Source: Daily Mail