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Best wheelchair accessible toilets on long haul flights please

Best wheelchair accessible toilets on long haul flights please

  1. Anonymous

    Planning a trip to Australia later this year , recently been confined permanently to wheelchair, have minimal ability to transfer, but would need wheelchair in cubicle, is not his possible? Airline toilets are so small,…..

  2. rickyw

    Hi Angie, this post actually says Qantas is the best international airline for those with mobility issues, so you may be in luck.

    [URL]https://mobilitydeck.com/best-airlines-for-disabled-passengers/[/URL]
    [URL]https://upgradedpoints.com/air-travel-with-a-disability/[/URL]

  3. marry

    May this help – [B][URL]http://homeability.com/accessible-toilet-which-type-is-best/[/URL][/B]
    We have faced the same problem for [URL=’https://walkerguider.com/’]senior with walker[/URL].

  4. Adam S

    [QUOTE=”rickyw, post: 68042, member: 1436″]Hi Angie, this post actually says Qantas is the best international airline for those with mobility issues, so you may be in luck.

    [URL]https://mobilitydeck.com/best-airlines-for-disabled-passengers/[/URL]
    [URL]https://upgradedpoints.com/air-travel-with-a-disability/[/URL][/QUOTE]
    [QUOTE=”Angie B, post: 68035″]Planning a trip to Australia later this year , recently been confined permanently to wheelchair, have minimal ability to transfer, but would need wheelchair in cubicle, is not his possible? Airline toilets are so small,…..[/QUOTE]
    Hello, Almost all airlines offer help with mobility issues. Some are better than others when it comes to international travel. You can read more about that here
    [URL]https://mobilitymedicalsupply.com/best-airlines-for-disabled-passengers/[/URL]

    Qantus as someone else stated is at the top of the list… Hope your travel plans go well.

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