Those politely asked the passenger to leave the plane, as the transportation of Pets in the aircraft cabin.
A woman who boarded her Frontier flight with an emotional support squirrel (not this one) was escorted off the plane on Tuesday.
The flyer told the US -based airline before she arrived at the airport that she would be bringing the animal but when they realised it was a squirrel they refused to let her on the plane.
In line with actions taken by other airlines, Frontier recently announced more changes to its companion animal policy.
When they boarded the flight, Hartsfield said that's when the airline noticed the squirrel. "Now the police just went on to remove her".
In the past, pigs and miniature horses have flown for this goal. They released a statement saying that there were not any other problems.
Now another unusual choice for an emotional support animal is making headlines, and this time it's a squirrel. Earlier this month, Frontier announced a new policy set to go into effect November 1 that includes limiting emotional support animals to just cats and dogs. Delta said it "carries approximately 700 service or support animals daily - almost 250,000 annually".
According to the outlet, many passengers on the same flight used social media to vent their frustration at the unexpected delay and the trouble she put them all through with her refusal to deplane alone.
"It was emotional", she told Inside Edition as she fought back tears. Customers may bring just one emotional support animal per person. "There's something mentally wrong with that woman to think that her squirrel's a support animal & I hope the squirrel is taken away from her". "The airline also has experienced a significant increase in onboard incidents involving these animals, including biting, aggression, urination, defecation, allergic reactions, conflict and other disruptions", he reports.