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Air travel for disabled passengers

Before booking travel, check the latest Government advice.

Foreign travel advice (GOV.UK)

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  • Are you fit to fly?
  • What support and facilities are available?
  • What equipment can you take?
  • What would make your flight more comfortable?
  • Will you need medication?
  • Who are you travelling with?
  • Preparing for your journey
  • Travel checklist
  • What to do if things go wrong

Warning Book assistance in advance

You must book special assistance at least 48 hours before your flight to make sure that the airline can meet your needs.

Are you fit to fly?

The airline may ask for information about your condition or impairment to make sure that you’re fit to fly. You are usually the best judge of this, but speak with your GP or consultant if you’re unsure. Buy travel insurance as soon as you book your trip so that you’re covered if anything happens before you go.

Let the airline know as soon as possible if [...]

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