Southwest has recently unveiled a new program called P.A.W.S. (Pets are Welcome on Southwest), which allows customers for the first time to travel with companion animals.
Sadly, Southwest will not allow rabbits. Because so few airlines allow rabbits to fly (and only Continental allows them in the cabin), this is a good chance to politely ask Southwest to consider allowing rabbits. Let them know that rabbits are not "exotic" animals like reptiles or insects, but that they are very common companion animals.
Send a polite letter to Customer Relations asking them to allow rabbits on board:
Southwest Airlines Customer Relations
P.O. Box 36647
Dallas, TX  75235-1647

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news item copied from House Rabbit Society's newsletter

PS the book above was illustrated by Eric Rohmann