Travel Rights

Title II of the ADA protects people with disabilities against discrimination on all modes of public transportation services operated by state and local governments. In addition, the ADA applies to Rail Transit Systems. The ADA doesn’t apply to air travel, which is instead covered under the Air Carrier Access Act. Under the ADA, the U.S. Department of Transportation provides Paratransit Services, which are door-to-door transportation services that eligible customers can use to travel within a specific area if they’re unable to use traditional “fixed-route” public transportation.
U.S. Department of Transportation – Passengers with Disabilities
National Aging and Disability Transporation Center
Information on security and screening accommodations for people flying with disabilities and medical conditions. Or call (855)787-2227.

Accessible Air Travel (PDF)
from United Spinal Association
Travel Tips for People with Disabilities
from U.S. Dept. of Transportation
a blog