The UNAwheel Mini contains a non-removable lithium-ion battery with the nominal energy of 161.28Wh which is below the IATA limit of 300 Wh (per battery). It meets the requirements of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, subsection 38.3 and thus is suitable for air transportation by passengers according to IATA DGR Chapter 22.214.171.124. We recommend taking your UNAwheel Mini into the cabin, you have every right to insist on that.To ensure hassle-free traveling experience (for you) and safe transportation (for the device), please follow these steps:1.
Notify the airline company at least 72 hours before the flight.2.
Provide the necessary information about the device - the UNAwheel Mini is an assistive device with a built-in Li-ion battery 6,4 Ah (161.28Wh).3.
Print the UNAwheel Mini Air Transportation Certificate
for passengers and take it to the airport.4.
Check in for the fight and inform the airport staff that since the UNAwheel Mini battery is built-in, you're not able to remove the battery and therefore you do not have to drop the device off at the oversized baggage area.Not dropping off your add-on at the oversized baggage area is a safe thing to do when it comes to transporting the power assist.5.
Drive to the airplane entrance on your wheelchair with the UNAwheel attached. When at the airplane entrance, turn off the unit, detach it and pack it into the transportation case.6.
Pass your wheelchair to the airport staff.7.
Proceed to the cabin with the Mini inside the transportation case.
Enjoy your flight!
Please check out the UNAwheel Mini User Manual
for more information.