You Can Still Fly with Limited Mobility

The worst part about flying, for me, isn’t hurtling through the air in a crowded tube or submitting to invasive full body security scans, and it isn’t even having to buy an extra seat (I long ago accepted that that was just part of my travel requirements). The worst part of flying for me is airports. They are giant and my gate is always the furthest away, and the security lines are so long. And having limited mobility makes navigating all of these airport issues so much harder.

But there are ways to make airports infinitely easier for those of us with mobility challenges! This past week I flew with a mobility scooter, and I can’t recommend it enough.

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