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What Happens if You Have a Medical Emergency on a Plane?

Here’s how airline crews handle passengers’ health issues during a flight

Navigating the Airport When You Have Accessibility Needs

Expert tips for passengers who use a wheelchair or require special assistance

Traveling Soon? Keep This Health Information on Hand

Keep this medical information with you, both physically and digitally

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5 Scams to Avoid as Travel Resumes

AARP's Fraud Watch team warns you of cons that could ruin your getaway plans

Travel Tips for Those With Hearing Loss

How to navigate some common challenges of planes, trains and automobiles

How to Have a Fantastic Road Trip With Your Dog

How to safely travel with a furry companion and ways to find pet-friendly hotels

6 Tips for Women Traveling Solo

Going it alone can be fantastic with good planning and keeping safety in mind

12 Tips for Traveling With a Loved One Who Has Dementia

A daughter plans a family vacation with her dad's Alzheimer's in mind


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