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Air Canada is now allowing pets to travel in airplane cabins. The new policy may be good news for pet owners, but those with allergies and asthma are concerned about what it means for them.
Follow these handy tips to minimize the risk of contact with food allergens while flying and ensure a safe and happy trip.
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