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Blind or Visually Impaired

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Passengers who are blind or visually impaired may bring a cane or other assistive / supportive device with them into the cabin and these items are not subject to the limit on cabin baggage. Passengers who are not blind or visually impaired may also bring a cane or other assistive / supportive device with them into the cabin at no additional charge. The cane will need to be stowed prior to takeoff and landing and stowage can be under your seat or in the overhead compartment. The cane needs to lie flat on the floor and should not block the emergency exit or protrude into the aisle. You may ask our cabin crew for assistance in loading and retrieving your cane in case it is not a collapsible or if it cannot be stowed under your seat.