Category Archive: Stress Free Air Travel

Nov 10

Combat Veteran with PTSD Refused Air Travel With Service Dog by American Airlines

Read More: The full article: Service Dogs Listed on Boarding Passes: K9 Wings has been advocating that air carriers include disabled passengers service dogs who have been pre-approved to accompany them on board their aircraft, to be either listed on their boarding pass, or that the service dog have their own boarding pass. This should eliminate situations such as …

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Nov 24

U.S. State Department Issues ‘Worldwide’ Travel Alert

People traveling by air, bus, train and car need to be extra careful during this holiday season. Keep contact information on you and your Service Dogs while traveling. Carry food and supplies in case of longer delays or unexpected emergency situations.

Nov 22

Ellie and I Love JetBlue! Do You Have a Favorite Airlines?

Our JetBlue Favorite Things List” They do not require you to purchase a ticket before being transferred to a “Special Assistant Coordinator” to secure a desired seat for you and your service dog, because…(see number 2) Any phone ticket agent can help book your flight and get your desired seats. You can book on the phone …

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Nov 22

Delta Airlines Bans Pets From Traveling as Checked Baggage

The days of checking both your suitcase and your pet are coming to an end. Delta Air Lines announced that effective March 1, the airline will no longer accept pets as checked baggage unless the passenger either requires a service or emotional support animal or is a military member with active transfer orders. After Delta’s …

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Oct 28

Stress Free Air Travel

  Air Travel does not have to be stressful if you prepare yourself and your service dog ahead of time. With acquired knowledge, skills and experience, you and your service dog can become professional, seasoned travelers. Here are some tips to help you reduce travel stress so your trip will be smooth flying: Make your …

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