AIR TRAVEL AND WHEELCHAIRS

The airlines are increasingly decreasing the overhead bin space available and increasing the cost of using the overhead space. Most if not all airlines are prohibited from charging for assistive mobility medical equipment as long as it meets airline size requirements as does the Falcon™ wheelchair.

  • "Onboard" does not mean "In the cabin"

  • The Falcon™ meets onboard, in the cabin and in the overhead bin requirements.

  • A 100% guarantee is not possible because the more than 400 airlines can write their own rules.

  • The Falcon™ chair satisfies all U.S. Airlines and TSA requirements.