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Onboard Wheelchair Assistance:

Aisle chair and an onboard wheelchair assistance is available if you need help to your seat after boarding the aircraft. Please click here for more information. 

 

Accessible Lavatories:

Spirit offers accessible lavatories on our Airbus 320 and 321 aircraft. These lavatories permit an individual with a disability to enter, exit, and maneuver within using the aircra on-board wheelchair. The two single lavatories located in the aft section are equipped with a feature that allows them to be re-configured or converted into one bigger lavatory to accommodate these Guests.

For assistance with determining if your flight has an accessible lavatory, please click here to chat with an agent now, or text/call us at 855-SAVE-555.

 

Aircraft Accessible Lavatory Map:

 

Airbus A320 (32A/32N) – 182 Seats

  • 12 seats reserved for Guests with disabilities
  • Non-moveable armrest seats: Rows 1-3
  • Aisle width: 24”
  • 8 Big Front Seats at the front of the plane (Pitch: Row 1 – 22”, Row 2 – 34”, Width: 22.8”, Under Seat Area: 20.75”x20” at widest point)
  • 3 lavatories – 1 lavatory on the left of the front and 2 lavatories at the back middle and left of the plane (these two lavatories combined can become one wheelchair-accessible lavatory)
    • Dimensions – Front: 37”x84”x46”, Back, when combined: 78”x87”x57”)

 

Airbus A321 (32B) – 228 Seats

  • 12 seats reserved for Guests with disabilities
  • Non-moveable armrest seats: Rows 1-3
  • Aisle width: 17”
  • 8 Big Front Seats at the front of the plane (Pitch: Row 1 – 22”, Row 2 – 34”, Width: 22”, Under Seat Area: 20.75”x20” at widest point)
  • 3 lavatories – 1 lavatory on the left of the front and 2 lavatories at the back middle and left of the plane (these two lavatories combined can become one wheelchair-accessible lavatory)
    • Dimensions – Front: 37”x84”46”, Back, when combined: 78”x87”x57”

 

 
Safety and Personal Care Assistants:
 
Our crew will not administer medication or assist in functions such as eating or help inside the lavatories. They cannot provide care during the flight other than general assistance. Guests requiring assistance with these functions should consider traveling with a safety or personal care assistant.