These tips are meant to help travelers with disabilities get through the security checking process, they are by no means comprehensive and can be updated and modified at any time by airlines, so understand that they are and always are suggestions and tips for you. check to make sure they still work.
Here are general tips for showing passengers with special needs: You can always request and receive a private screening. Ensure that the medicines are properly labeled (professional print label that describes the medication, manufacturers name or pharmaceutical label; one bag per bag and one personal belongings (purse or sack) for each traveler) does not apply to passengers with medical disabilities; mobility auxiliaries or auxiliaries; Security checkpoint mobility auxiliaries and accessories include: canes, walkers, benches, prosthetic devices, body brackets, armchairs, scooters, magnifiers, braided notches, slings, rivets and rails will be discussed in more detail later in this article.
It's always best to reach the airport when you have special needs, and of course your best approach would be nice and grateful. I found them to be easier to help, find out what your medical issues are and what help you need if every Ask for a private screening as it progresses and you feel overwhelmed.
Here's your procedure: Tell a stranger that you have diabetes and take your things with you. Make sure your insulin, vials, jet syringes, pens, syringes and pre-loaded syringes are properly marked. there is no limit to the number of empty syringes you can pass through, however, you have to have insulin to pass through the empty syringes. Lancets, blood glucose counters, blood glucose test strips can be administered at a checkpoint. let the screening know if you are carrying an insulin pump and ask them to inspect the pump visually as it cannot be removed from your person; insulin pumps and accessories must be accompanied by insulin using professionally printed labels; if you need help because you have low blood sugar, be sure and tell your screen immediately.
Keep all of these ideas and tips in your travel documents so that you can reflect on them, as well as show them to exhibitors or anyone else who can help you. Happy traveling.