The new gender opportunities to be added include "unspecified" and "not disclosed".
Airlines for the United States (A4A), the Industry Trade Group, announced that the A4A and International Air Transport Association members recently approved a new international standard for non-binary passengers that were effective June 1
"American airlines value a culture of diversity and inclusion, both in the workplace and on the passengers, and we work hard every day to meet the needs of all travelers, while delivering a safe, safe and enjoyable flight experience," airlines say for America in a statement.  The major airlines make the add-ons more inclusive for different passengers, and the news is promised by lawyer groups. for the National Center for Transgender Gender Equality in a statement.
"Non-binary people face unnecessary, invasive and discriminatory airline, airport and security services review. Just as the A4A's work is in line with other states offering gender-neutral IDs and is an important step towards ensuring safe and secure smooth journey for all passengers regardless of gender. "
These additions come as many states add more gender opportunities on identity cards and birth certificates.
Implementation of the new gender models is up to each carrier, according to A4A. Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest and United are all members of the A4A.
American Airlines confirmed to CNN that they are working to implement the change to accommodate passengers.
Delta Airlines is not part of the A4A, but they are also working to add non-binary options to their customers.
"As part of Delta's ongoing efforts to meet the needs of different customers throughout our business, we plan to offer a non-binary gender during the booking process," said Join a statement. 19659004] CNN's Marnie Hunter and Katia Hetter contributed to this report.