Looking for experiences of those disabled traveling on UA... other than the info at https://www.united.com/web/en-US/content/travel/specialneeds/disabilities/default.aspx. (I think I recall @icurhere2 had some experiences, but can't remember if it was UA.) Peach and I will be traveling to HI on her first trip since becoming ill over 12-years ago. We're really looking forward to the trip, but she is a little concerned about the air travel part of the vacation. Bottom line is that she has mobility issues. She does not need a wheelchair any longer, but she does not move very fast. She will have her cane with her... just in case. It would be best to have disabled boarding so as not to inconvenience others. There is also the concern of the quick connection at DEN (the other connections are long, so we should have no issue,) so think we'll need to get a cart or other assistance to make the connection. (None of this requires her, to my knowledge, to have disabled seating... but I wouldn't turn it down ) Other than calling 800-228-2744, any recommendations or keywords that will ensure we get the assistance she needs?