Travel Tips for Flying with Service Animals

Author: Darlene Siddons
Published: 2008/12/31 - Updated: 2015/09/22
Contents: Summary - Introduction - Main - Related

Synopsis: Each airline has requirements and certificates in order for your service animal to accompany you while flying.

Introduction

While you are talking with the service representative be sure and ask the exact documentation and requirements for your service animal with that airline, always remember that each airline may have individual requirements and certificates in order for your service animal to accompany you while flying.

Main Digest

Reference: Darlene has been an active traveler and most of it was done as a single traveler. She was traveling alone long before it was a popular thing to do for women and to make the story even more interesting she is a Polio survivor and uses a walker and a small scooter to be mobile when she travels. She, needless to say, is a Specialist in Traveling with Disabilities and can personally assist you in all of your mobility traveling needs. She knows the right questions to ask, to get the right answers. Of course she can assist mobile and active customers with the same expertise. as she is a Personal Travel Specialist also.

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