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Re: Pre-boarding is getting out of control

John1158
New Arrival

Its amazing to see all of the miracles once you land. Need a wheelchair to get on but can walk without assistance upon landing. This process discriminates against those without disabilities or those that don't want to reveal that they have one. 

Re: Pre-boarding is getting out of control

bwallet
Active Member

@John1158 I see people get up and walk off the plane, but they usually get in a wheelchair once they are through the cabin door. They also walk onto the plane. Most people in wheelchairs at the airport can walk, but they can't walk long distances. I suspect that they are gone by the time you get off the plane, and you assume that they walked up the jet bridge.