New gender variants to be added include "undefined" and "undisclosed."
The American Airline for America (A4A), a trade group, announced that A4A and members of the International Air Transport Association have recently approved a new international non-binary standard for passengers that are operating from June 1.
diversity and inclusion both in the workplace and for our passengers, and we make every effort to meet the needs of all travelers, while providing a safe, safe and enjoyable experience of flights, ̵
"NCTE applauds A4A for adding gender options that reflect the diversity of their passengers," spokeswoman Spokesman Arlie Christian of the National Center for Transgender Equality said.
"Non-binary people are faced with unnecessary, invasive and discriminatory inspections, such as airlines, airports, and security services. Flexible travel for all passengers irrespective of sex.
These supplements come as many states add more gender options for identity and birth certificates.
Implementation of new gender options varies depending on each individual carrier, according to A4A.Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest and United are members of A4A.
American Airlines confirmed by CNN that they are working to implement changes to accommodate passengers.
Delta Airlines is not part of the A4A, but they also work on adding non-binary
"As part of Delta's current efforts to meet the needs of diverse clients throughout our business, we plan to offer an optional gender option during the booking process ", – said in a message. 19659004] CNN Marney Hunter and Katy Hetter contributed to this report.