A guide to flying with a disability

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While most of us regularly fly with minimal inconvenience it can be more challenging if you have a disability. Tyra Sullivan has shared with us some links and advice that may be useful, especially if we know of someone with a  disability about to embark on a flight.

Everyone has the right to enjoy a trip abroad. Most of us take holidaying to far-flung destinations for granted. It’s easy to hop on a plane and jet off somewhere luxurious. For those flying with a disability, things can be slightly more challenging.

But while that’s the case, it shouldn’t stop someone with accessibility needs from flying. It takes a bit more planning and preparation, but travelling with a disability is something which is easier than it’s ever been before.

In this guide, we’ll discuss everything you can do to make planning your holiday easier. From the flights themselves, to staying safe while you’re away, this is your one-stop-shop for accessible travel advice.

The full guide is on this link