Paralyzed Veterans of America is a vocal advocate for accessibility in travel. Our team was instrumental in the passage of the Air Carrier Access Act passed by Congress in 1986, and recently helped with passage of the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2018 (H.R. 302).
In addition, Paralyzed Veterans of America is continuing the fight to make airplane restrooms more accessible and our efforts are working — but there is much to be done. If you want to join us in this fight, you can ask your member of Congress to help via VoterVoice.
Accessible Travel for PVA Members & All People with Disabilities
The number one issue raised by Paralyzed Veterans of America members is related to accessibility during travel. Here you can find up-to-date information, as well as travel resources to aid in planning your next trip. Below are links to valuable resources and we invite you to check back often as we will be adding additional information.
In a nationwide Satellite Media Tour with over 30 stations, PVA's Deputy Executive Director Shaun Castle talked about the air travel challenges for people with disabilities. Watch the WTMJ-TV Milwaukee clip.