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Autism Takes Flight at ILM

Autism Takes Flight allows families to soar to heights that they've never reached before.

Helping those affected by autism prepare to fly

Traveling and navigating the airport process can be challenging for individuals with autism due to sensory overload. So this weekend, the Wilmington International Airport held their 5th Annual Autism Takes Flight event.

ILM helps those with autism get more comfortable to taking flight

More than 50 children and adults with autism plus their families will be participating in the 5th annual Autism Takes Flight at Wilmington International this weekend.

4th annual Autism Takes Flight at ILM

Going to the airport can be a stressful process. Especially for those with Autism.

‘Autism Takes Flight at ILM’ event scheduled for April

A special program to help people with autism feel more comfortable at the airport is now taking registration for its 4th year.

Event makes travel easier for children with autism

A unique program at ILM seeks to help families who have children with autism, have an easier traveling experience.

Organizations team up for ‘Autism Takes Flight’

Local organizations are teaming up to make flying easier for people with autism.

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