Air travel for the disabled
Travel with reduced mobility or medical devices
The traveler isn’t just someone who isn’t suffering from any pathology, but he can also be someone who suffers from problems of reduced mobility; we speak for example of visually impaired people, people with hearing problems or other diseases that prevent the normal performance of daily activities. However, even these have the right to travel as people who have no pathology.
This category of travelers is entitled to all the stages of the trip to the free assistance that goes from the embarkation to the airport of departure to the landing at the airport of arrival and during the flight. Before leaving, those with reduced mobility should contact the airline, specifying their pathology, devices and medical aids needed to tackle the journey.