We often see people traveling with their pets these days and they simply call them their emotional support animals. We've also heard of folks trying to bring on some pretty crazy animals. However, this isn't as uncommon as one might think.
Passengers on a Qatar Airlines flight saw two men carrying three falcons on board with them. The expensive birds are not likely "emotional support falcons," as posted on Twitter. The tweet of the men went viral and amassed over 2 million views and hundreds of supportive comments.
Turns out that traveling with Falcons is a common practice around the world and that they are most certainly not considered emotional support animals. Though permitted, bringing a falcon on a flight will cost you. According to Qatar Airlines, traveling with your falcon on board can run up to $630.