Lansing Capital Region Airport ( LAN ) Medical & Handicapped Help

Emergency / Medical Servicesat Lansing Capital Region LAN Airport

People With Special Needs / Persons With Disabilities

When making airline reservations, be sure to mention your special needs, including wheelchair assistance.

Family member or caretaker taking you to the gate will have to stop by your airline counter to get a 'non-flying boarding pass'.

Parking: Ramps are located at both short-term parking lots flanking the airport terminal as well as long-term parking lots. Handicap parking spaces are reserved in all parking lots.

Curb Access: Ramps are also provided at curbside on both Arrival and Departure sides of the terminal.

Elevators are located in the Main Passenger Terminal and are identified with the standard ADA graphics and equipped with Braille and raised markings on the control buttons.

Wheelchairs can also be obtained upon arrival at the passenger terminal by contacting any skycap.

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