I am very disappointed in the new pet policy. What is next smoking in the cabin is allowed? What is the difference b/w the two. Both are unhealthy to people with allergies. Are you going to take $75 of the price of the person's ticket who has to sit next to a pet? What if the animal goes to the bathroom and the stinch makes people sick to their stomach? I have a hard timing changing my 3 month old daughers diaper, I can't imagine having to smell dog crap on a plane.
If I see someone that has the same flight as I do with a pet, I will be requesting to sit at the other end of the plane or waiting for the next flight.
As some one else said what customers did you ask about the new policy. It wasn't me and I fly Southwest at least once a month.
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I can't believe Southwest is allowing cats and dogs on planes. I have really bad allergic reactions to cats and dogs both. How in considerate of your passengers. I'm sure you will not gain as many passangers with your new PAW program as you will loose. If I am getting ready for a Southwest flight and someone on that flight has a pet I will get a different flight no matter the expense. What will be next smoking is allowed on airlines? How is allowing pets on airlines any different than allowing people to smoke on airlines. Both is un-healthy to people. I hope this program is just a trial run and is gotten rid of.
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