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Travelling with a disability

Tuesday 15 February 2011

Two websites have a wealth of information to assist people with disabilities who want to travel with a minimum of problems:

Update (26 July 2012): One of the links no longer works (see below), so we've found two others that may be useful:

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In the UK: Disabled Holiday Info

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In the US: Resources for People Traveling With Disabilities

[Thanks to Donna for the US link.]

 

Flying With DisabilityFlying With Disability

www

http://www.flying-with-disability.org/

From the website:

Welcome to Flying with Disability. We have built this site to help make flying with a disability as easy as possible.

Flying with a disability need not create any hindrance to your journey. Many automatically assume that just because a person has a disability it will inevitably restrict their opportunity to travel around the world.

This need not be the case. True, flying with a disability is slightly more complicated than for an able-bodied flier. Nevertheless, the majority of all airlines are now geared towards catering for disabled fliers.

Flying with Disability is a site designed to provide impartial information and advice to all disabled people around the world who travel by air.

We hope Flying with Disability will act not only as a comprehensive information resource for all disabled fliers, but also as an important forum for disabled fliers to share their experiences of flying to other disabled travellers.

Please use the links on the left hand menu to find your way around our site.

Enjoy the site!

Max Jennings
Editor, Flying With Disability

 

Holiday Access Direct

Holiday Access Direct

www

http://www.holidayaccessdirect.com/

This is a UK-specific website but also has useful general information:

Holiday Access Direct - accessible travel for independent people

Providing direct links to flights and special-needs flight services, disabled friendly accommodation, car rental, insurance, taxis, resort support and mobility equipment suppliers, and supported by our unique Holiday Access Blog and Travel Experts, independent accessible journeys have never been so bookable!

Utilising the latest online search and booking technology and guided by our Holiday Access Blog, matching the holiday you want with the services you need no longer means sacrificing the independence you value. And booking direct means you nearly always save money. Where online or direct bookings are not an option or you prefer for everything to be arranged for you, one of the UK’s leading specialist travel operators are here to help.

Good access and great savings – that has to be the way to travel!

 


 

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