Flying with a disability need be no more difficult than without one, whether you are off across the country or headed around the world. In fact, considering how far it can be between security and the gate, you may just be the envy of all those able-bodied folks that are tugging and toting as they walk what seems like miles and miles to catch their flight.
Sure there are a few extra things to consider and a phone call or two to make special arrangements but once you do that you will be treated like royalty from gate to the plane and back again. If you use a cane, walker, manual wheelchair or power scooter, the tips and strategies in this section will have you flying high with a smile on your face. Now all you need to do is dream a little and decide where you want to go.
"I have found adventure in flying, in world travel, in business, and even close at hand... Adventure is a state of mind - and spirit." ~ Jacqueline Cochran