“The question that arises is whether the impact of this animal for this person goes above and beyond those of generally having a pet,” said Warner-Cohen

Delta has barred all emotional-support animals on long flights

Delta Air Lines announced on Monday that certain emotional-support and service animals have been barred from flying on board its airline.

The Atlanta-based company will update its support- and service-animal policy later this month to include a ban on emotional-support animals or ESAs on flights lasting longer than eight hours.

In addition, the new policy includes a ban on all emotional-support and service animals less than four months of age regardless of flight duration.

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