Is it dangerous to your vision to fly if you have glaucoma?

Flying and eye. Glaucoma is not a risk factor for flying. However some patients with glaucoma also have had retinal surgery and if during that surgery an air bubble was injected to hold the retina in place, then flying can be dangerous as the bubble can expand at heights. Ask your retinal surgeon when you can fly, .
No relationship. The eye pressure is not affected significantly by the changes in air pressure during air travel.
No. No, flying does not affect eye pressure.