Flying on Airplanes

Wheelchair Travel Tips

Airplane Travel Tips

Flying on an airplane with a wheelchair is 100% possible. These tips and tricks will help prepare you on what to expect from packing to security and the flight itself.

A-Z Guide: Air Travel + Power Wheelchairs

The two most difficult aspects of air travel are not being allowed to remain in one’s wheelchair on the plane

Airplane Travel with a Disabled Child

Is it safe to fly? Before planning a trip that includes travel on an airplane, talk to your child’s doctor

Southwest Airlines: Why I Fly

It’s no secret, I fly Southwest Airlines whenever possible, which is currently restricted to the USA, but I’d fly internationally

Know Where You Sit With Aviation Rights

When it comes to travelling with a wheelchair, the rules can be complicated and not as user-friendly as the air

Flying, Car Rentals + Booking Hotels

I love to travel! As a software developer in the aerospace business, there have been times in my career when

Flying with a Wheelchair: Airplanes + Airports

Airport Arrival: Drop-Off & Parking While traveling and flying a wheelchair, first, it is most convenient to be dropped off

ADAPTS: Portable Transfer Sling

ADAPTS ensures those with mobility impairment are not waiting for rescue in a panic situation to escape down stairwells, narrow aisles

Air Travel Tips for Power Wheelchairs

Being restricted to a power wheelchair doesn’t equal restrictions in lifestyle and recreation. Airline travel is one of many activities

All Wheels Up

All Wheels Up currently is the only organization in the world crash testing wheelchair tie downs and wheelchairs for commercial

New Mobility Magazine: Fearless Flying

New Mobility Magazine: April 2014, Pages 28-35 This Cover Story features a few different articles with tips about flying on

Interview: Wheelchair Pilot

Young, a senior engineer on the L10n team, attended a 6-week flight training program with a full scholarship at the

AirAsia Damages Wheelchair on Plane Flight, Denies Fault

Disable person complains AirAsia about failed compensation while his wheelchair gets damaged. A wheelchair worth over ten thousand ringgit has

Flying Tips, Rules + Aisle Chairs

  Air travel can be uncomfortable for many people—with or without a wheelchair, but maybe my tips can help!  

Airline Travel Tips for Kids with Special Needs

1. How can you identify a disability-friendly airline? Are some airlines better with wheelchairs and catering to the needs of

Luggage Tips for Wheelchair Travel – Packing to Carrying

  The modern wheelchair provides the wheelchair user tremendous mobility and independence.  This ability transfers into more opportunities for solo

Flying Precautions for Wheelchairs

Despite being a much-practiced recreational activity worldwide, traveling involves several frustrating moments. As one needs to book tickets, make reservations,

Westjet Airline in Canada Makes Flying A Little Easier

My traveling requires that I spend a lot of time in airports and in airplanes. A little pre-planning can make

US Airways: Horrible Disabled Treatment

I wear a leg brace. I use a wheelchair, but can walk short distances with canes before fatiguing. I cannot

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