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Before you travel

Before your trip, plan ahead to ensure a smooth travel experience. If you need special assistance, it's best to make arrangements at least 48 hours before your flight.

Contact your airline

Mobility and special assistance is provided by your airline. Contact your airline directly to confirm travel details and notify them of your needs at least 48 hours before your flight.

Contact your airline for details about:

Mobility devices

A wheelchair or mobility device to use at the airport.

Getting to your flight

Help getting to and from your gate and/or boarding the aircraft.

Temporary Access Pass

A Temorary Access Pass allows a guest to assist you to the gate.

Arrival time

Know when to arrive at Winnipeg Richardson International Airport.

Service animals

Procedures for service animals when travelling.

Transporting equipment

Help handling or transporting mobility devices or medical equipment.

What to bring

The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) is responsible for passenger screening at all Canadian airports.

Accessible travel guides

The Canadian Transportation Agency has guides for accessible travel and resources to help you on your journey.