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Trained service animals receive training to assist a qualified individual with a disability who: is blind or has low vision, is deaf or hard of hearing, has diabetes, seizures, mobility limitations or other needs (e.g. PTSD).

Animals accepted as trained service animals are:

Alaska Airlines / Virgin America will accept trained psychiatric service animals as service animals.

Advise the customer service agent upon arrival at the airport that you are traveling with a service animal to ensure we have your animal accounted for onboard the aircraft.

Documentation is not required when traveling with a trained service animal. However, our employees are trained to ask certain questions to determine the classification applicable to your animal.

Trained service animals receive training to assist a qualified individual with a disability who: is blind or has low vision, is deaf or hard of hearing, has diabetes, seizures, mobility limitations or other needs (e.g. PTSD)

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