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Jet Blue ESA Rules Are Biased


I have a Jet Blue credit card and fly with Jet Blue almost exclusively. I was just booking a flight for me and my new ESA dog Zoe, and noticed that massive amounts of documentation are required for the ESAs, but not so for the passenger pets (with $200 tickets). To travel with an ESA, you need to submit a form signed by a doctor about the need for an ESA, a customer acknowledge form for the ESA need, and a vet form of good health. Nothing like that is needed for passenger dogs unless they fly internationally. The only important document for an ESA is the doctor letter that shows the need for the ESA. I am submitting that. I just hope Jet Blue doesn't say: "Oh but you need to submit the special Jet Blue doctor form" because that would mean I have to bug my doctor to fill out an extra form for "just this trip"! Jet Blue doesn't hold on to this information either. It has to be submitted each time. So Jet Blue, stop making trouble for ESAs!

Aug. 01, 2018

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