Efforts Stepping Up To Enable Personal Wheelchairs Onboard

Air4All allows a powered wheelchair to take most of the space of a slightly modified front-row seat.

Credit: PriestmanGoode/Air4All
Incidents of passengers’ personal wheelchairs being lost or damaged during airline transit—leaving their owners stranded—have hit the headlines this year. New legislation in the US and elsewhere is aimed at making air travel more accessible and less prone to errors that dissuade many people with...

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