The answer appears to be yes (I did 30 seconds of Google research to find peacocks flying), peacocks can fly but not on United.
As a follow up to my recent post regarding Delta airlines tightening up its emotional support animal (“ESA”) policy, one of my colleagues alerted me to a news story about an emotional support peacock. The peacock was denied boarding, but there are some fun photos.
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