Paralyzed Veterans of America Applauds Passage of Bill Making Air Travel More Accessible

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(October 3, 2018)— Paralyzed Veterans of America is hailing the passage of the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2018 (H.R. 302) through the U.S. Senate today by a vote of 93 to 6. The legislation includes a ‘bill of rights’ and an advisory panel for passengers with disabilities, as well as revised training and procedures for TSA screenings of people with disabilities.

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Accessible Skies

The super-efficient Boeing 787 Dreamliner has new accessibility enhancements throughout.

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Flying Tips for Wheelchair Users, From Wheelchair Users

Air travel can cause a great deal of apprehension for both seasoned and novice travelers. If you’re taking that flight with a wheelchair — that’s an added level of stress.

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The Ultimate Guide to Air Travel with a Disability

Traveling by plane is one of the safest and fastest ways to get to your destination. But crowded airports, long waits at security checkpoints and baggage restrictions can make flying challenging when you have a disability.

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