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    Mobility assistance.

    I`ve booken a flight on Eva/Bangkok Airways....London-Chiang Mai, for end of November.
    I can only walk about 50-60 metres, before I have to rest.
    How do I get `mobility assistance`from when I land at Swampy to the departure gate for Bangkok Airway`s?
    All help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Check the option for special assistance on the Eva website they should have an option where you can ask for wheel chair assistance,same with Bangkok Airways you just need your reservation Code details.

    http://www.evaair.com/en-global/book...al-assistance/
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    Had my old mum come to visit Laos from Perth via swampy a few times now with Thai airlines she simply requested for assistance when booking the ticket, No problems at all, on the return journeys I got my wife to reiterate with the airline staff , speaking in Thai, the old mums not real mobile but she had a seamless experience with them, no complaints from my old mum. (Except about her wee boys drinking habits) Can't blame Thai airlines for that though.

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    Good on you for still traveling! I hope your trip is all you wish it to be

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    Thanks for all the help. Eva air were very good and had a guy waiting when the plane arrived, waiting with a wheelchair to push me 1.3km to my next flight. He got a 200 Baht tip. I was well chuffed.
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    I sometime use a stick for walking. On arrival at Swampy I was ushered into the Thai National line at passport check-in instead of having to stand in a long queue.

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