Allegiant Air is committed to providing assistance to passengers with reduced mobility to ensure that their travel experience is as comfortable and stress-free as possible. If you need a wheelchair, you can request this service when booking your flight or by contacting the airline directly by telephone.
Once your request has been received, the airline will provide a wheelchair to assist you from the check-in counter to the gate and then from the gate to the aircraft. Once on board, the flight attendant will stow your wheelchair and help you to sit down. If you need help getting to the washroom, the flight attendant will be happy to assist you.
Allegiant Air also provides wheelchair assistance for passengers who require assistance to the lavatory during the flight. If you require this service, please let the flight attendant know and they will be happy to assist you.
Advance booking by passengers with reduced mobility
Allegiant Air strongly recommends passengers with reduced mobility to book their flight as soon as possible. This will ensure that the airline has enough time to make the necessary arrangements for your assistance and to ensure that the aircraft is equipped with the necessary facilities to meet your needs. Please feel free to contact an Allegiant Air reservations agent by phone at 702-505-8888.
Boarding process with electric wheelchair (battery powered)
If you are traveling with an electric wheelchair, you must inform the airline in advance and provide information on the type and size of the wheelchair, as well as the type of battery used. This information is necessary to ensure that the wheelchair can be transported safely on the plane.
When you arrive at the airport, you will be met by an Allegiant Air representative who will assist you with the check-in process. They will also provide you with instructions on how to properly disconnect the battery and secure it for transport.
Complete an online form for the description of the wheelchair transported by plane
Allegiant Air provides an online form. To complete it, you will need to provide the airline with information about the type and size of wheelchair, as well as the type of battery used. This information is necessary to ensure that your chair can be transported safely on the plane.
It is important to provide the airline with accurate and detailed information about your wheelchair. This will ensure that the airline will provide you with the assistance you need and ensure that the aircraft is equipped with the necessary facilities to meet all of your amenities during the flight journey.
Traveling with a wheelchair: How to fly with this device?
Flying in a wheelchair can be a daunting task for many people, but with proper planning and preparation it can be a smooth and enjoyable experience.
First of all, it is important to inform the airline of your needs well in advance of your flight. This will allow them to make any necessary accommodations, such as reserving a wheelchair-accessible seat and providing assistance at the airport. It’s also a good idea to bring any documentation, such as a doctor’s note, that may be required by the airline.
When you arrive at the airport, it’s important to let the airport staff know your needs and ask for help with check-in and security. They can provide you with a wheelchair and help with necessary transfers. If you have any special needs or requests, such as a special type of seat or extra legroom, it is important to communicate these to the staff as well.
Once on the plane, it’s important to let the flight attendants know your needs and ask for any assistance you may need, such as help getting to your seat or stowing your wheelchair. Allegiant Air has special equipment, such as aisle chairs, to help you get to and from your seat. Remember that you should be able to transfer from your wheelchair to the seat of the aircraft with the assistance of airline personnel.
When traveling internationally, it is important to be aware of any additional regulations or requirements that may apply. Some countries may have specific requirements for travelers with disabilities, so it’s important to research them before you travel.