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Wheelchair Travel Newsletter
October 28, 2020
"If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there."
 — Lewis Carroll
As you may have noticed, the newsletter has a slightly different look! As a cost-cutting measure, I was forced to move to a new email newsletter provider, but I'm pleased with the result thus far. If you have any issues accessing this email, please let me know!
Later today, I wiill (hopefully) be departing on my first flight since I began isolating from society and most living things in March. My first flight back has been delayed a week because American Airlines refused to let me fly last Wednesday. You can read about the whole ordeal by clicking here. Please share the article to help raise awareness and ecourage the DOT to act.
In the coming days and weeks, look out for new stories on the blog and social media — my first impressions with travel during the pandemic and reports from my upcoming destinations: Las Vegas and Salt Lake City!
Below, you'll find links to new articles that I hope you will read & share with your friends on social media. As always, I welcome your feedback and comments.

Best wishes,
— John Morris

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Power wheelchair being loaded into CRJ-700 aircraft.
BREAKING: American Airlines Policy Effectively Bans Power Wheelchair Users from Flying to 130 U.S. Airports
I believe that this is the most significant violation of the Air Carrier Access Act to occur in at least a decade because its impact is so far-reaching.
Yellow wheelchair taxi concept vehicle by Hyundai.
Hyundai's New Wheelchair Taxi Concept is Out of This World
The car manufacturer's New Horizons Studio is focused on developing "Ultimate Mobility Vehicles," including a radical robotic wheelchair taxi concept.
Man wearing helmet hunched down in green trash can.
New World Records for Fastest Electric Wheelchair and Fastest... Garbage Bin?
Yes, you read that right. Someone put a motor on a trash can and raced it. Yes, there is video. Oh, and a fast power wheelchair too.
W London - Inside an accessible room at a luxurious hotel on Leicester Square
W London is a wheelchair accessible luxury hotel near Leicester Square with roll-in showers, grab bars and other accessibility features.
Two male wheelchair staff pushing wheelchairs in airport.
Reader Mailbag: If my connecting flight is on a different airline, who provides assistance?
If you send me an email at mailbag@wheelchairtravel.org, your question could be answered in a future edition of the Reader Mailbag!
Beach in French Polynesia.
Guest Post: My Wheelchair Accessible Adventure on Bora Bora
Gordon Cardona writes about his wheelchair accessible trip to Bora Bora and French Polynesia aboard the Pacific Princess cruise ship.
Dallas skyline from observation tower.
Dallas, Texas
A vibrant city undergoing constant redevelopment, Dallas is becoming a favorite for wheelchair travelers.
Cobblestone street and church.
Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay
Founded in 1680, this city’s Historic Quarter is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, complete with a fortification wall and lighthouse.
Do you have a travel story to share?

I want to feature as many perspectives as possible on the website, and I would be honored if you would share one of your favorite travel stories in a guest blog post.

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