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Old 09-26-2010, 12:25 PM
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Default Has anyone used Wheelchair for Parents in Frankfurt Airport.

Guys I am posting this under General Information knowing that this is definitely not an immigration related question. So, please control your urge for giving negative reps. I have booked a wheelchair for my mom who cannot walk properly in Frankfurt airport during her transit of flights. Do they generally take them till the next flight gate? Also, there is only one hour time gap between these 2 flights? Will this be sufficient for them to take her to the next flight gate. Has anyone used this service for your parents and what are their experiences?

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btw, the airlines that she is travelling is lufthansa.
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Default its ok goahead

no issues. My mom travelled to mumbai from chicago via frankfurt on AI. everything went well.. no issues on wheel chair as they took care of her well in transit and dropped her at the gate.
She did report issues in mumbai when she landed as it took 30 mins for wheel chair person to arrive at the gate... same AI has pathetic service in india and they are OK in US.

hope this helps..
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Guys I am posting this under General Information knowing that this is definitely not an immigration related question. So, please control your urge for giving negative reps. I have booked a wheelchair for my mom who cannot walk properly in Frankfurt airport during her transit of flights. Do they generally take them till the next flight gate? Also, there is only one hour time gap between these 2 flights? Will this be sufficient for them to take her to the next flight gate. Has anyone used this service for your parents and what are their experiences?

Thanks in advance.

btw, the airlines that she is travelling is lufthansa.
Go ahead - there is no problem at all. My parents traveled to Detroit from Bangalore via Frankfurt by Lufth. The had a nice experience - they were taken from one gate to the next by one of those battery operated carts. Everything went smoothly and they did not have to wait much at all (other than the wait during the layover time). Even at Detroit the service was really good - although the guy who got my parents to the exit asked me for tips (which I had ready - but was surprised that he asked for tips - this was the first time someone asked me for tips directly in the US).
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