When Air Force veteran Sylvia Longmire was diagnosed with MS, she had to rewrite her mission on life
Wheelchair users in Illinois make their planned trip without paying exorbitant fees.
PVA servers as a panelist on disability access in air travel before American Bar Association forum
For people with disabilities, conveniences such as ride-sharing services can sometimes be anything but practical
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Department of Transportation releases first report detailing the number of wheelchairs damaged during travel
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Airlines include American Airlines, Delta Airlines and United Airlines By PVA National Staff American Airlines is the latest to announce that it will make changes to its service animal policy. Starting July 1, American will require travelers with emotional support animals to attest to their animal’s behavior via an airline provided form. The airline also […]
House passed the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 (H.R. 4) overwhelmingly by a vote of 393-13 By PVA National Staff On April 27th, the House passed the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 (H.R. 4) overwhelmingly by a vote of 393-13. This legislation includes many amendments from the Air Carriers Access Amendment Act (H.R. 5004) as […]
From flat tires to lift malfunctions, roadside emergencies don’t have to ruin your road trip if you plan ahead By Brittany Martin The van’s filled with gas, and the route is mapped out on the GPS. Bags are packed with some snacks, drinks and entertainment. You’re ready for a road trip. But what happens if the […]