If a disabled person is traveling by airplane and cannot enter the airplane or buckle the seatbelt without assistance, what does the Air Carrier Act require from the airline?
The Air Carrier Access rules sweep aside many restrictions that formerly discriminated against passengers with disabilities:
* A carrier may not refuse transportation to a passenger solely on the basis of a disability.
* Air carriers may not limit [ the number of individuals with disabilities on a particular flight.
* All trip information that is made available to other passengers also must
be made available to passengers with disabilities.
* Carriers must provide passage to an individual who has a disability that may affect his or her appearance or involuntary behavior, even if this disability may offend, annoy, or be an inconvenience to crew-members or other passengers
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