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My dad is in a wheelchair, and I've traveled with him. One thing to be aware of is if you are using your own wheelchair you may have to switch into one of theirs to actually board the airplane. My dad's personal wheelchair was too wide for the aisles on the plane due to the slanted wheels (racing chair style). So, if you have a wide chair you will want to make sure they know in advance that you will need to transfer to an aisle chair to board the plane. I would suggest making sure you arrive plenty early for your initial flight and ask them if they can make sure the airport at your next stop is prepared for you.
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