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United Airlines Says No To A Peacock

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United Airlines Says No To A Peacock

Delta Air Lines is not the only carrier cracking down on emotional support animals. A woman at Newark Liberty International Airport recently brought a peacock to join her on a United Airlines flight, claiming that she bought an extra ticket for her emotional support bird, but United Airlines denied it from boarding the plane. Whether or not the United passenger followed all the necessary steps to bring her emotional support peacock on board, the airline may have had the right to ban the bird, as it could not have feasibly sat at her feet without “protruding into the aisle,”  which is against the rules for an emotional support animal.



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