InfoQuest Fall 2010

by Quest Staff on October 1, 2010 - 11:45am

QUEST Vol. 17, No. 4

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration recently approved the use of notification cards that air travelers with disabilities can present at airport security checkpoints.

The wallet-sized cards allow passengers to discreetly inform security personnel that they have a disability or medical condition that may affect screening procedures. The card does not exempt passengers from going through screening, but may help speed the process, while at the same time protecting your privacy.

The cards, which can be printed from a home computer, can be obtained as a PDF from an earlier Quest News story, "Card Issued for Air Travelers with Disabilities," or by calling your local MDA office at (800) 572-1717.

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