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Post time 2018-1-22 13:47:47 |Display all floors
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Recently, Hainan Airlines announced they would permit passengers to bring their pets onboard!  This policy directly contradicts public health laws which prohibit pet dogs and cats in certain public places, like shops and supermarkets, and most certainly in airline cabins.  The only place pets be allowed on airlines is in the cargo hold,  and with strict quarantine rules, not in the cabin with other passengers.
In its haste to make a fast buck from pet lovers this airline has ignored the rights of other passenger who are not pet lovers, and who have the right to travel without dogs and cats in the same cabin with them.  There are many reasons why pets are not allowed onboard, and not even on the ground, in supermarkets.  Besides health issues, there is dirt issues, and religious issues too, and the inalienable rights of passengers not to travel with dogs and cats.  
This airline must not ignore the rights of Muslims onboard, their religion forbids them from coming into contact with dogs.  Imagine how a Muslim passenger would feel if the passenger next to him has a dog with her?
Those passengers who don't want to travel with dogs and cats must not keep silent on this very serious infringement of their rights.  Often the silent majority's rights get trampled upon by the vocal minority pet lovers!  This must never be allowed to happen.
If Hainan Airlines is allowed to get away with this, what is there to stop other airlines following suit, in order not to lose out?  Then there won't be anymore pets-free airline to travel in!  That would be a disaster for other passengers!
The travelling public must insist that Hainan Airlines rescind this erroneous policy born out of greed!!Nowhere else in the world is there such a bizzare airline that allows dogs and cats to travel in the same cabin as passengers!  
It's so bizzare, only a fool would think of such a scheme!
The CAAC MUST step in to rein in the greed of this airline!

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Post time 2018-1-22 15:21:54 |Display all floors
Animals should not be allowed on airlpanes, for it is first a safety risk, in case of emergency.  Second , it could attack people, bark on the whole flight, urinate among other things. Third, some passengers could be alergic to animals. So NO animales on planes.

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Post time 2018-1-22 16:12:02 |Display all floors
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ceciliazhang Post time: 2018-1-22 15:21
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Yes, must stand firm on this!  I for one, would never ever travel on Hainan Airlines again; at least not till they rescind this greedy policy, which is obviously designed to capture a slice of the pet lovers market, while ignoring the rights of non pet lovers!  Shame on them!!

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