We accept service animals, or animals which are trained to provide a service to those with a disability. You will be asked at the airport to verify the service the animal provides. Additional Guidelines:
The animal must remain with you at all times.
If at any time the animal shows signs that it will cause a disruption in the cabin, it has not been trained to function as a service animal in a public setting, or any signs of aggression, it will not be allowed to travel. Examples of disruptive/aggressive behavior include, but are not limited to:
Barking which is not part of the animal’s training (e.g., to alert to a medical issue)
Jumping on other Guests
Relieving itself onboard the aircraft or in the airport in any area other than a designated animal relief area