Bristol International Airport is completely accomodating to special assistance passengers. With special facilities, parking assistance and mobility aids, you and your passengers are sure to have a smooth experience.
You should compare the arrangements offered by different airlines before making your booking and be sure to check whether the cost of any special assistance is included in the price of your ticket.
Inform your airline of your particular needs in good time and check the policy of your airline if you wish to remain in your own wheelchair to the aircraft door rather than transfer to an airline wheelchair at check-in.
Remember that there are often long walking distances within airports and that this may cause you to require assistance. Pre-arranging any necessary assistance will ensure that it's available and that no time is lost in waiting for it to be arranged once you arrive at the airport.
In accordance with OCS Group and other Autism and Dementia charities, Bristol Airport has created a new initiative which provides "hidden disability assistance cards" to those passengers who need them within the airport.
Since March 2017, the card allows people with hidden disabilities to use the plastic card, the same size as a credit card, to discreetly highlight any special assistance needed throughout the airport to staff. All customer-facing staff have been given full training and have been put through an awareness programme in order to prepare them fully for correctly handling passengers needs with regards to the hidden disability card.