I am 63 years old and diabetic, I will have to bring my 2 insulin pens and other meds with me...
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Ref other question, discount on air fare, there would be no reduced fare to customers, having medical concerns.4 comments
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Medicines and necessary supplies are not limited and will pass security, though there may be questions about what items you are traveling with by the security folks. My husband is diabetic also (uses a pump and pens, carries syringes and vials of medicines) and has never had to hassle with his carry-on bag. Here is a link to to the security folks website on medicines in carry-on:
Passengers should inform officers of medications and separate them from other belongings before screening begins. Medication is usually screened by X-ray; however, if a passenger does not want a medication X-rayed, he or she may ask for an inspection instead. This request must be made before screening begins.1 comment
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Desta, click here to find out information on your Special Needs. No discount or extra charge for the extra attention: