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Taking your Mobility Scooter on an aircraft

Taking your Mobility Scooter on an aircraft


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If you are taking your Mobility Scooter on an aircraft you may need a certificate to say that the batteries are aircraft friendly. We supply you with this certificate when you purchase MK batteries from us.

When booking a flight with your Mobility Scooter it is important to know all the details of your scooter such as

Weight, Length, Width and battery type.

all this info can usually be found in you scooter manual or by surfing the internet for your make and model.

It is critical that you get the right information or else your scooter might be staying behind.

Most airlines have a weight capacity limit for mobility scooters of around 60 kilos.

 

 

 


 



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