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Cheap airfare for disabled travelers with consolidator flights.

Many common injuries and illnesses can temporarily ground even the most frequent flier, and sometimes a medical condition can have a profound impact on the ability to fly, carry a suitcase or just get to a destination.

Because of this and due to the fact that many people with permanent disabilities have a difficult time just locating good resources for accessible travel, we have located the following resources for handicapped/accessible travel.

If you are disabled in any way and plan on travelling to Asia, Europe, South America, Central America, Africa, Oceania or other destinations, you obviously have special needs. With our consolidator flights, passengers can request specific additional services at the time of ordering for many special needs including:
  • A Blind Passenger
  • A Deaf Passenger
  • Stretcher Assistance
  • Wheelchair - Must Be Carried
  • Wheelchair - Can Walk Up Stairs
  • Wheelchair - Can Walk To Seat
Also, by using our consolidator flights, you can save up to 60% off of conventional published airfare. It's fast and easy to see how much you can save.
Trip Planning Tips For Better Accessible Travel:

TravelinWheels answers the question many people with disabilities face when traveling; "Will the places I want to go to be accessible to me?" By incorporating a searchable database that provides detailed accessibility information for lodging, restaurants, stores, transportation, attractions and tours, as well as information on medical services in the area, their website seeks to provide the details consumers with disabilities need to travel confidently around the globe.

Sometimes its a good idea to travel with a companion, Accessible Journeys offers an active directory of health care professionals who are willing to use vacation time from their job to accompany you on vacation.

If you or someone you know has developmental disabilities, then a great resource is Trips Inc. which provides travel outings to adults if various abilities. Their vacations are rooted in special education and they specialize in most developmental disorders.

Special Needs at Sea is recommended by most major cruise lines for their superior service in delivering rental equipment around the world and can deliver directly to your stateroom or hotel. This can be a wonderful thing if you or a family member has a special requirement for mobilty aids or medical oxygen while traveling.

traveling by trainin the U.S., Amtrak has an excellant portion of their web site dedicated to disabled passengers. Visitors can learn about making reservations for accessible space, learn about wheelchair usage, oxygen equipment, service animals, on board TTY, meals service for disabled customers and much more.

For those of you wishing to travel by bus, Greyhound offers helpful assistance on their web site for their customers with disabilities. Their site offers tips on successful trips with them including assistance on boarding, traveling alone and traveling with a personal care attendant.

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration web site has very important and helpful information for travelers with disabilities and medical conditions. We highly recommend visiting this site to learn how to easily and quickly go through the security screening process.

Don't forget to check the consular information sheets which provide important information from them as well. Finally, the U.S. passport services office will provide you with information on obtaining, replacing or changing a U.S. passport.
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