What must a letter for an emotional support animal include for air travel?

As a result of the Air Carrier Access Act, it’s relatively easy to achieve flight permission for your emotional support animal. Most U.S.-based airlines will easily accept your companion on most flights as long as you follow their recommendations. Which include:

• The same type of ESA letter that we’ve covered already. For the most part, if you follow what we’ve said about the needed information, most airlines will accept your animal. The letter must indicate that the without the support animal you would not be able to function emotionally in some important way. Like other ESA letters, the letter must not be:

o More than one year from the flight time.

o From a health professional who is not currently practicing in the realm of mental health. For more information visit this website #the dogtor.

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