Newcastle Airport has a number of facilities for disabled passengers to aid their comfort and ease of travel.
Mobility equipment is allowed on the plane and the airport will ensure it stays safe during the flight. They will do whatever is necessary to carry it safely, such as dismantle if need be. If you would like to use this service, you need to contact the airline at least 48 hours before your travels. You could also email the airport too at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
They are welcome at Newcastle Airport to travel both on inbound and outbound flights. Ask a member of staff if you have any queries about this and they will be able to help you further.
They are available for those passengers suffering from conditions such as autism, dementia and other mental health issues. The lanyard will subtly alert a member of staff that certain passengers might need more help or assistance. They are free and you can get one from the Airport Duty Managers desk or from the Passanger Assistance desk at the main terminal.
Airport Parking Shop work hard to continually raise awareness of the difficulties faced when travelling for disabled passengers. Here are a few of their articles you may find to be interesting and helpful resources;Using airports with Sensory Impairments | Mental Health and Me: Travelling with a mental illness | Flying with Diabetes | Dementia Friendly Airports | Airports and Autism