- British Airways
- Aer Lingus
- Norwegian Air UK
- Thomas Cook Airlines
- Wizz Air UK
- Thomson now TUI
Airline Approved Portable Travel Mobility Scooters
With the largest range of Airline Approved Portable Travel Mobility Scooters under one roof we have put together some useful information to help you.
All the mobillity scooters in this collection compliy with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations for traveling with mobility scooters and lithium-ion batteries.
The FAA’s new interim rule on batteries is geared specifically to large shipments of lithium-ion batteries.
This does not affect individuals who wish to carry their lithium-ion mobility scooters or power wheelchairs on local and international flights.
This also does to affect Sealed Lead Acid or AGM batteries.
Click here to learn more about this new FAA regulation and the reasoning behind it.
All the Airline Approved Portable Travel Mobility Scooters that use a lithium-ion battery are rated at below 300 watt-hours.
Please contact us if you require a battery compliance certificate here to take it with you on your next flight as long as you have purchased your scooter or power wheelchair from us.
Before boarding the airplane you will be required to remove the battery, and then take the battery and accessories with you onto the airplane.
As lithium-ion batteries are now one of the most common battery types used in consumer electronics, banning passengers’ ability to travel with devices using them would create massive disruptions to air travel industry.
This new rule may impact people who place large orders for batteries, but the majority of travelers will not be impacted by this rule on cargo shipments.
You can rest easy, as a customer of Mobility World you are not affected by this new rule.
All our recomended Airline Approved Portable Travel Mobility Scooters use a lithium-ion battery rated at less than 300-watt-hours.
You can click here to learn more about FAA compliance, Visit the CAA website for more details. Visit the CAR website for more details on Irish requirements.
Next time someone asks you, Can you bring a mobility scooter or power wheelchair on a plane? "tell them yes!" "It’s easy with the range from Mobility World."
For more information on air travel with mobility scooters please follow the link below: