Traveling by plane is one of the safest and fastest ways to get to your destination. But crowded airports, long waits at security checkpoints and baggage restrictions can make flying challenging when you have a disability.
According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), 25.5 million Americans, age 5 and older, have self-reported travel-limiting disabilities. Unfortunately, information on how to travel with a disability can be hard to find.
To help streamline this information, here’s an in-depth guide to help you better navigate airports and flights while traveling with a disability. This guide also includes many tips and tricks to make flying a more enjoyable process.
Read more: The Ultimate Guide to Air Travel with a Disability
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