Animals on Planes – level 3
The American Department of Transportation issued guidelines on service animal rules to provide greater clarity to passengers and airlines.
For instance, the department says that airlines can no longer ban specific breeds of cats or dogs, which is something that Delta Air Lines did last year. It banned “pit bull type dogs” as service or support animals due to “recent incidents in which several employees were bitten.” The airline now says it is reviewing the Transportation Department’s changes.
However, airlines can still decide on a case-by-case basis if an animal is safe to travel. They can still require passengers to tell them in advance if they are planning to bring on board “an emotional support animal,” but they cannot do the same for passengers with traditional service animals, such as guide dogs for the blind.
Difficult words: issue (send out), in advance (before, ahead of time).
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