Flying Advice for the Disabled
This flying with a disability section of ABLEize offers sites giving information and advice about flying with a disability, disabled on flight facilities, access issues and how to get help at the airport and what to expect. Includes flying advice for wheelchair users and the blind as well as other medical help available for a range of conditions, disabilities and special needs.
Worried about how you will get on and off the plane, disabled airport access to facilities, traveling with a guide dog, electric wheelchair and battery storage of your electric wheelchair or scooter, medical equipment? Check out the sites here to find the most common answers about flying with a disability or special needs as well as airport and cargo requirements.
Official guides and details of how British Airways can assist you in the airport, boarding and travelling by plane. Includes a dedicated travelling with a guide dog section.
Official government advice for people flying with a disability or mobility impairment including wheelchair users, the blind and visually impaired. Site offers details of booking in advance, toilet on-board aircrafts, travel insurance and a host of disabled travel information and advice.
Flying tips from the spinal injury site. Offers useful information about flying with a disability, what to take, who to consult etc.
A site that explains what assistance is available when flying by Easy Jet with a disability including assistance during the flight, wheelchair assistance and how to make contact for special need flight travel.
Official information from the Equality and Human Rights Commission concerning the disabled person’s air travel rights.
Providing advice about flying with a wheelchair, guide dogs, oxygen as well as booarding and exiting the aircraft advice for the disabled and less mobile.