Passengers with small pets care about their pets and DO NOT wish to subject them to cargo conditions. Also, flying into Mexico subjects all passengers with pets to pay outrageously high brokerage fees, and poor holding conditions of their pets. All of this could be avoided for passengers whose pets are small enough to fly in cabin! United claims to be an industry leader, so, we are asking them to step up and reverse their no pet in cabin policy for international flights into Mexico!
Dear Mr. Jeff Smisek:
Earlier this year United made a change in their 'Pets in cabin' policy in regards to flying into and out of Mexico due to the Mexican government's new / old 1950 / 2007
policy (which disallowed pets - other than service animals - in the cabin of passenger aircraft.)
The Mexican government has as of June 21st reversed it's decision and is now allowing pets to fly in cabin. They have advised ALL airlines to begin allowing pets to
fly in cabin immediately!
ALL airlines - other than UNITED / CONTINENTAL - have re-instated their pets in cabin policies (to Mexico), why has United Airline not followed suit?
We, the undersigned of this petition, urge United Airlines to re-instate their no pets in cabin to Mexico policy.