Would you sit next to a person with a falcon

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So do the Middle Eastern airlines I believe... I'd probably do it as they are well trained, you just need to be sensible and not stick your fingers in it's beak!
 

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If they are hooded and tied securely to the pax who has a falconry glove on - by all means.
 

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I would prefer a falcon over a special snowflake dog owner with fake "service dog" credentials.

Don't get me wrong, I like dogs but some of the "service dog" shenanigans is getting too much.
 

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I would prefer a falcon over a special snowflake dog owner with fake "service dog" credentials.

Don't get me wrong, I like dogs but some of the "service dog" shenanigans is getting too much.

What about an emotional support pig?
 

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IIRC from previous discussion about falcons on middle eastern airlines, they are only allowed on flight to/from pakistan and the falcon has to have a business class seat.
 

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The article doesn't say if food would be provided for their falcons. :mrgreen:
 
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IIRC from previous discussion about falcons on middle eastern airlines, they are only allowed on flight to/from pakistan and the falcon has to have a business class seat.

Emirates have a falcon policy, it is only for flights to/from Pakistan and economy class can have 1, first can have 2. I forget the allowance for business class.
 
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