Sensory impairment Visual impairment
Whether you are visually impaired or blind, Air France does its best to make your trip as safe and pleasant as possible.
At the airport
If you are traveling alone, assistance services are available to help you:
- check in,
- access the aircraft,
- exit the aircraft and reclaim your baggage.
If you have a connection, you can also obtain assistance to facilitate your transfer from one flight to another. Please note: we recommend that you request assistance during booking and no less than 48 hours before your departure.
On board Your service dog Hearing impairment
Please do not hesitate to inform us of your impairment so that we can provide you with the assistance you need. Please do so no less than 48 hours before your departure. In order to facilitate communication with our staff, magnetic hearing loops are available in certain airports (notably at airport's customer service counters), point of sales, etc. On board, our cabin crew members have been trained to communicate with passengers that are hard of hearing or deaf. Please do not hesitate to let them know if you need additional assistance. Certain cabin crew members are also able to speak French sign language (LSF). On intercontinental flights to the Caribbean or Indian Ocean, a personal entertainment screen is available for you to enjoy our selection of films subtitled in English.*
* Films in English are not subtitled.