The rules governing ESAs under the ACAA were sometimes subject to debate and interpreted differently by those in the airline industry and travelers. The DOT's guidance gives greater clarity to ESA owners on what their rights are when it comes to flying with an ESA.
If you become disabled, your world changes, not only for you physically or mentally but in many other aspects of your day-to-day living. Having an assistance animal may mean the difference between living a decent life and living a life of pain.
Fortunately, government agencies recognize that individuals coping with the challenges of a condition may […]
Airlines are tightening regulations for traveling with an Emotional Support Animal. Although the media makes it seem like a bad thing for ESA handlers, that is far from the truth. These rules only make it easier for passengers to travel with their ESA if they have a legitimate ESA letter.
Part #1 – What is an […]
Effective March 2018, Delta will request their clients to submit a special form requesting access for their Emotional Support Animals. Despite the bad press, Delta’s new policy is a step in the right direction for Emotional Support Animal Handlers.
Before we dive into the adjustment, it is important to clearly understand ESA regulations.
What is an ESA?
My name is Stephanie and I have an Emotional Support Animal. My ESA’s name is Buddy. He loves long walks, kisses, and eggs with his breakfast.
I qualified for a legitimate ESA letter in 2014 and have renewed my ESA letter every year since. Although my battle with anxiety is still a common occurrence, my […]