How to Fly More Comfortably If You Have Pet Allergies
The New York Times just posted a nice piece on a subject that for some people is a big deal: what to do if you have pet allergies and you’re on a flight with pets (or a plane that has recently had pets). There’s a lot of good information in the story, but the fact is that each airline will have its own way of handling such a situation, and if you’re affected, it makes sense to do your research and take action ahead of time.
Check out the full story—and share if you know people this could help—here.
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