Southwest Airlines has updated its policies governing passengers traveling with service and support animals.  In doing so, the Dallas-based airline joins fellow US carriers American Airlines, Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, Chicago-based United Airlines and New York-based JetBlue Airways, all of which have implemented their own guidance for the use of service and support animals. The new rules for Southwest are slated to go into effect Sept. 17. According to the airline, the new ...

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