Therapy dog accompanies family on plane
A family and a therapy dog, Ollie, flew from Bangkok to Wuhan on flight CZ3030 on May 25. The amiable, well-behaved dog did not bark once during the three-hour journey.
The family, consisting of two adults and three children under the age of four, transferred in Wuhan for a flight bound for Los Angeles. Ollie, lay quietly at the feet of the family members throughout the trip. Passengers in the back rows were unaware of the dog's presence until they exited the plane.
According to China Southern Airlines, therapy dogs with proper certification are permitted to board planes with their owners. And their ride is free.
Ollie won over the hearts of the flight crew. It willingly posed for photos with the flight attendants. His spirit lifted the spirits of the staff members who had been working all night long.
Ollie with the family on the flight