At the age of two, Cory Lee was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, but his thirst for adventure never ceased. He has traveled across the world, wheelchair and all, and has quickly became one of the leading accessibility focused travel bloggers. Cory is a recent graduate of the University of West Georgia and has been featured in publications such as the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, Lonely Planet, and New Mobility magazine. When he's not writing until his fingers bleed or traveling, you may find him watching horror movies, attending concerts, or eating spoonfuls of peanut butter. Cory hopes that by sharing his accessible, and sometimes not so accessible, travel experiences with others, he can encourage both wheelchair users and non-wheelchair users alike to roll out of their comfort zone and see all the beauty our world has to offer.
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Air Travel for Wheelchair Users
by Cory Lee
Are you a wheelchair user and want to learn about the process of traveling by plane before you take off for the first time? Or perhaps you're a frequent flier and would just like to learn how to make the process easier for future flights? Whether you are anticipating your first flight or have flown dozens of times, Air Travel for Wheelchair Users was made for you!
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