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Emotional Support Animals – When Will Enough Be Enough?

Have we hit another tipping point with passenger and crew interactions?  The latest incident appears to involve emotional support animals and occurred on an American Airlines flight. Many of you may have seen today’s story on View From The Wing about the premium class flyer who was booted from a Miami to Los Angeles flight… The post Emotional Support Animals – When Will Enough Be Enough? appeared first on Jetsetter's Homestead.
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