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How to Fly with an Older Companion

If you are a companion, here are some tips to make your flight easier.

If you are a companion, here are some tips to make your flight easier.

 Steps  

  1. Ask the person to do an inspection before the flight and hear the doctor’s advice about the restrictions.
  2. Do book in advance to have a variety to choose from.
  3. Compare prices.
  4. If you or your companion book using a wheelchair or first class seats in the panels separating the classes. Aisle seats are easily accessible.
  5. Tell the agent if any of you people who uses a wheelchair passengers. Repeat information at the office of boarding staff.
  6. Tell your travel agent about restrictions related to diet.
  7. Bring your jacket. Older people they get cold quicker than the young.
  8. Bring your medications for at least two days in hand luggage. If the normal baggage is lost, we need to stop taking pills.
  9. Take with you a list of prescription medications and it is good to know how to buy medicines when you get in an airport.
  10. Walk during the flight. State long is not healthy, especially for the elderly.
  11. Take a sandwich. Food that airlines may now serve stomach upset anyone who has not flown for a long time.

 Tips  

  • If you notice in advance, agencies can book a room for the corridor, that is a chair that is designed to enter the aisle. At the gate person will be transferred to the special chair and the chair person will go to baggage.
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