Menu
A+ A A-
Prev Next Page:
Jetstar Cannot Break Law Discrimination Commissioner Says

15 June, 2014

Jetstar Cannot Break Law Discrimination Commission…

Australia Disability discrimination commissioner Graeme Innes singled out budget airline Jetstar for discriminating against disabled passengers.

Gatwick Get PRM Best Practice Mention In ACI Europe Guidelines

13 June, 2014

Gatwick Get PRM Best Practice Mention In ACI Europ…

Recently published ACI Europe guidelines for passenger services at EU airports mention London Gatwick as Best Practice example of assistance to passen...

November Airline Consumer 2013 Complaints Down From Previous Year DOT says

15 January, 2014

November Airline Consumer 2013 Complaints Down Fro…

Airline consumer complaints filed with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)’s Aviation Consumer Protection Division during November were down 2...

Accessible Tourism Directory Pantou Launched

09 January, 2014

Accessible Tourism Directory Pantou Launched

The idea behind Pantou is straight forward: making it easier for people with special needs to find suppliers of accessible tourism services across the...

Boeing 777X Best Accessible Aircraft Debuts At 2013 Dubai Airshow

17 November, 2013

Boeing 777X Best Accessible Aircraft Debuts At 201…

Etihad Airways is the first airline to order the 777X and will be a launch customer of the airplane, one of the best accessible aircraft in production...

UK CAA Launch Survey To Help Improve Air Travel For Disabled And Elderly

12 November, 2013

UK CAA Launch Survey To Help Improve Air Travel Fo…

The CAA has launched a survey to get a better understanding of disabled and elderly people experiences and attitudes to air travel in general.

Dubai Awards DXB Accessibility Assessment Project

28 October, 2013

Dubai Awards DXB Accessibility Assessment Project

Dubai Airports has awarded Reduced Mobility Rights Limited the project of assessing Dubai International Airport accessibility and assistance services ...

Flying With A Disability Is A Reality Here To Stay

25 October, 2013

Flying With A Disability Is A Reality Here To Stay

I like to think of disability as a form of different ability and not as an impediment to go about ordinary activities like driving or flying.

EU Parliament To Decide Who Takes Care Of Stranded Disabled Passengers

16 September, 2013

EU Parliament To Decide Who Takes Care Of Stranded…

A crucial detail lawmakers forgot when writing the EU Air Travel Equality Law is now being discussed by the EU Parliament.

CPH and Falck sign new disability services agreement

09 September, 2013

CPH and Falck sign new disability services agreeme…

Copenhagen Airport and Falck have entered into a three-year agreement for Falck to continue providing PRM services. 

Delivering Excellence to Disabled Passengers Key To Success In Air Travel Industry

31 August, 2013

Delivering Excellence to Disabled Passengers Key T…

A single day doesn’t go by without me hearing an airport’s dissatisfaction about an airline’s poor pre notification performance, a service provider mo...

Post Office Website Forgets People With Disabilities Fly

18 August, 2013

Post Office Website Forgets People With Disabiliti…

The on-going investigation into online travel agents websites unearthing a picture of discrimination against disability takes a new negative twist wit...

Disability Advocate Requests Suspension Of AirBlue Flights To Manchester

24 July, 2013

Disability Advocate Requests Suspension Of AirBlue…

Disability advocate Reduced Mobility Rights requests the CAA suspend Pakistan's AirBlue operating permit on allegations of discrimination against pass...

Disability Advocate Anjlee Agarwal Threatens Street Rallies Against Jet Airways

20 July, 2013

Disability Advocate Anjlee Agarwal Threatens Stree…

The disability discrimination row over Jet Airways failures to provide for passengers with reduced mobility is spiraling out of control as Anjlee Agar...

Qantas Embroiled in Disability Humiliation Row

02 July, 2013

Qantas Embroiled in Disability Humiliation Row

A woman with severe reduced mobility alleges Qantas personnel at Canberra airport humiliated her despite having duly pre notified the airline of her n...

Saudi Arabia Airlines Commits To Passengers With Disabilities

02 July, 2013

Saudi Arabia Airlines Commits To Passengers With D…

Saudi Arabia Airlines PR Deputy Director issued a statement earlier this week highlighting the airline's commitment towards passengers with disabiliti...

Italian Civil Aviation Launches App For Passengers With Disabilities

06 June, 2013

Italian Civil Aviation Launches App For Passengers…

The Italian Civil Aviation (ENAC) is the first European NEB to launch a smartphone application providing guidance to passengers with disabilities trav...

Kloten Airport Has To Fix Old Elevators, Schindler Rebuffs

28 May, 2013

Kloten Airport Has To Fix Old Elevators, Schindler…

Elevators manufacturer Schindler says it is Zurich Kloten airport responsibility to modify existing elevators to meet accessibility standards.

Major Improvements to Disabled Access in South Korea

26 April, 2013

Major Improvements to Disabled Access in South Kor…

In recent years, South Korean travel companies have been taking major steps to provide better facilities for the physically disabled. This correlates ...

Buenos Aires International Airport Accessibility Guide

25 July, 2012

Buenos Aires International Airport Accessibility G…

Buenos Aires International Airport Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini, known as Ezeiza International Airport, features three mostly disabled-friendly terminals...

Stockholm-Skavsta Airport: What Ryanair Does Not Tell You

25 July, 2012

Stockholm-Skavsta Airport: What Ryanair Does Not T…

Advertised by Ryanair as Stockholm airport, Skavsta Airport is 100 kilometres and 90 minutes travel time away from Stockholm itself.

Hong Kong Airport Disabled Passengers Guide

24 July, 2012

Hong Kong Airport Disabled Passengers Guide

Hong Kong International airport has two disabled-friendly terminals, T1 and T2, which is a two-minute walk apart and linked by covered walkways.

Vienna Friendly Airport For Persons With Reduced Mobility

19 July, 2012

Vienna Friendly Airport For Persons With Reduced M…

Vienna Schwechat International airport is the busiest airport in Austria and, at this present time, is still a work in progress. 

O.R Tambo Johannesburg Airport Disabled Services Guide

17 July, 2012

O.R Tambo Johannesburg Airport Disabled Services G…

O.R Tambo International Airport, formerly Johannesburg International Airport, has six terminals covering international, domestic and transit flights. ...

Disabled Travellers Guide: Sydney Airport Disability Access Review

12 July, 2012

Disabled Travellers Guide: Sydney Airport Disabili…

Sydney Airport stated aim is ensuring that all travellers, regardless of disability, have a positive experience of its services and has a full disabil...

Charles De Gaulle Airport Fails Wheelchair Users

06 July, 2012

Charles De Gaulle Airport Fails Wheelchair Users

Charles De Gaulle airport, Paris, may be known for its state-of-the-art-architecture but, sadly, falls very short in taking into account the needs of ...

Reduced Mobility Rights Launches Enhanced Website

02 July, 2012

Reduced Mobility Rights Launches Enhanced Website

Reduced Mobility Rights, the news portal for disabled passengers and people with reduced mobility launches its enhanced website.

Acting Chair of UKDPC in Latest Heathrow Airport Fiasco

26 June, 2012

Acting Chair of UKDPC in Latest Heathrow Airport F…

Julie Newman, acting chair of the UK Disabled People’s Council, is the latest victim of sub-standard services Heathrow Airport provides disabled passe...

Accessible Travel: Tips For Air Travel With Qantas

22 June, 2012

Accessible Travel: Tips For Air Travel With Qantas

Holidays for disabled people often include short or long haul flights; We interviewed Qantas management to compile a list of tips for disabled passeng...

Emirates PRM Crew Training Includes Handling of Passengers with Autism

20 June, 2012

Emirates PRM Crew Training Includes Handling of Pa…

Global airline Emirates are stepping up their cabin crew training on handling disabled passengers in cooperation with Dubai Autism Centre.

EU Guidelines Sanction End of Barbaric Practice at Heathrow and Gatwick

15 June, 2012

EU Guidelines Sanction End of Barbaric Practice at…

Families with infants and toddlers arriving at Heathrow and Gatwick airports are not returned prams at the gate; EU Guidelines sanction the end of thi...

Air France - KLM Family and Disabled Passengers Flight Seat Policy Review

12 June, 2012

Air France - KLM Family and Disabled Passengers Fl…

Booking the right flight seats is essential when traveling with children or a disabled person; today we explore the flight seat policy of Air France a...

EVA Air v Air New Zealand: Who Provides Best Accessible Travel To Disabled Passengers?

07 June, 2012

EVA Air v Air New Zealand: Who Provides Best Acces…

Holidays for disabled people are a growing trend in today's world; today we take a closer look at EVA Air and Air New Zealand, to see which airline pr...

Travel With Kids: Which Long Haul Airline Has Best Seats For Families

05 June, 2012

Travel With Kids: Which Long Haul Airline Has Best…

Long haul flights are a common aspect of family holidays; today we determine which long haul airline has the best seats for families traveling with ch...

British Airways v Easyjet: Which Airline is Best for Disabled Passengers?

04 June, 2012

British Airways v Easyjet: Which Airline is Best f…

Traveling by air remains a difficult task for disabled people; we have interviewed British Airways and Easyjet to see which airline is best for disabl...

Families Seated Together: Which UK Airline Is Most Helpful?

01 June, 2012

Families Seated Together: Which UK Airline Is Most…

A recently published report highlights the possibility airlines may assign different seats to families traveling together.

Frank Gardner Denied Boarding Kenya Airways Flight Because He is Disabled

27 May, 2012

Frank Gardner Denied Boarding Kenya Airways Flight…

BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner is the latest victim of discrimination against the disabled, being refused to board a Kenya Airways flight.

Virgin America Fined $100,000 For Disability Complaint Violations

25 May, 2012

Virgin America Fined $100,000 For Disability Compl…

The U.S. Department of Transportation fined Virgin America $100,000 for filing incomplete reports with the DoT and not responding adequately to disabl...

CAA To Handle Disabled Passengers Complaints, Home Office Says

24 May, 2012

CAA To Handle Disabled Passengers Complaints, Home…

As the EHRC Helpline closes this Autumn, the CAA should take on full responsibility for the disabled air passengers’ complaints handling service, the ...

Heathrow, We Have A Problem

02 May, 2012

Heathrow, We Have A Problem

The chaos London Heathrow plunged in ahead of the Olympics and Paralympics reminds of the failed moon landing of Apollo 13.

CAA Launches Probe Into Heathrow Airport Incident

27 April, 2012

CAA Launches Probe Into Heathrow Airport Incident

The Civil Aviation Authority launched a formal investigation into an incident involving a disabled child, and allegations that BAA breached EU 1107/20...

Air Arabia Accused of Discrimination Against Disabled Teenager

26 April, 2012

Air Arabia Accused of Discrimination Against Disab…

Budget airline Air Arabia has been slammed with the accusation of discrimination against a disabled teenager.

KLM Working on a Solution For Disabled Toddler

17 April, 2012

KLM Working on a Solution For Disabled Toddler

Jolina Skye Barton's case, the disabled child scheduled to fly to the Antilles to undergo an alternative treatment is close to a solution KLM says.

DOT Fines Frontier Airlines $50K For Throwing Disabled Man Off Flight

14 April, 2012

DOT Fines Frontier Airlines $50K For Throwing Disa…

The United States Department of Transportation fined Frontier Airlines $50,000 for throwing a disabled man off a flight in June 2011.

Supreme Court Issues Notice to SpiceJet on Disabled Plea

05 April, 2012

Supreme Court Issues Notice to SpiceJet on Disable…

India's Supreme Court issued a notice to Spicejet on the plea filed by Jeeja Ghosh, the disabled passenger thrown off a SpiceJet flight because of her...

India's Supreme Court to Rule On Disabled Petition Against Spicejet

03 April, 2012

India's Supreme Court to Rule On Disabled Petition…

India's Supreme Court will be issuing judgment on Jeeja Ghosh's writ petition against budget airline Spicejet on Wednesday.

Easter Holidays Travel Tips For Disabled Passengers

30 March, 2012

Easter Holidays Travel Tips For Disabled Passenger…

Easter holidays are one of the busiest travel times of the year; here are useful tips for disabled passengers who will fly this Easter.

Children Not PRMs, European Disability Forum Tells EU Commission

28 March, 2012

Children Not PRMs, European Disability Forum Tells…

Yannis Vardakastanis, President of the European Disability Forum (EDF) told the European Commission considering children as PRMs is wrong.

Easyjet Incident With Disabled Dr. Sabry Unacceptable, Green MEP says

23 March, 2012

Easyjet Incident With Disabled Dr. Sabry Unaccepta…

Green MEP Keith Taylor slammed budget carrier Easyjet, stating that the incident involving disabled businessman Martin Sabry was unacceptable.

Regulation 1107/2006 Application Guidelines to be Published in May 2012

22 March, 2012

Regulation 1107/2006 Application Guidelines to be …

The wait on when guidelines for the application of Regulation 1107/2006 will be published is almost over, the EU Commission confirmed.

Easyjet New Disabled Passengers Rules Better, EU Commission Says

20 March, 2012

Easyjet New Disabled Passengers Rules Better, EU C…

The Directorate General for Mobility and Transport at the European Commission praised Easyjet for progress made with their disabled passengers handlin...

2012 Paralympic Chaos? Airlines Warn Department for Transport Of Reckless Delays

17 March, 2012

2012 Paralympic Chaos? Airlines Warn Department fo…

The UK leading airlines warned the Department for Transport of the consequences for its reckless delays ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic games of s...

Easyjet Fighting Disabled Discrimination Charges in French Court

16 March, 2012

Easyjet Fighting Disabled Discrimination Charges i…

Budget airline easyjet appeared today in French Court, charged with discrimination against a disabled passenger.

Thomson Airways Opens Investigation Into Disabled Passenger Complaint

16 March, 2012

Thomson Airways Opens Investigation Into Disabled …

World's largest charter airline Thomson Airways has opened an investigation into the internal handling of a disabled passenger's complaint.

UK Stops Protecting Disabled Passengers Rights?

13 March, 2012

UK Stops Protecting Disabled Passengers Rights?

A disabled passenger was told by the EHRC, the UK executive body handling complaints for rights violations, it no longer provides help because of fund...

David Cameron Frustration Nearing That of Disabled Passengers

07 March, 2012

David Cameron Frustration Nearing That of Disabled…

PM David Cameron confessed his frustration because changes are “not happening as fast as I would like” before the liaison committee of senior MPs.

No Compensation for Disabled Passengers in UK, EU Commission Confirms

28 February, 2012

No Compensation for Disabled Passengers in UK, EU …

The EU Commission confirmed it stands behind the principle upon which UK Court of Appeal dismissed two cases brought by disabled passengers against ai...

Review of 1107/2006 Enforcement Procedures in the Republic of Ireland

24 February, 2012

Review of 1107/2006 Enforcement Procedures in the …

It is the Republic of Ireland turn in Reduced Mobility Rights' study on how National Enforcement Bodies across Europe enforce compliance to 1107/2006....

Disabled Jeeja Ghosh Thrown Off Spicejet Flight

20 February, 2012

Disabled Jeeja Ghosh Thrown Off Spicejet Flight

Indian budget airline SpiceJet faces allegations of discriminating against the disabled after Miss Jeeja Ghosh got thrown off a SpiceJet flight.

Allegiant Air Fined For Violating Rules on Reporting Disabled Passengers Complaints

16 February, 2012

Allegiant Air Fined For Violating Rules on Reporti…

The U.S. Department For Transportation fined budget carrier Allegiant Air for violations of rules on reporting disabled passengers complaints.

Thomas Cook Accuses EHRC of Misrepresenting Rulings

14 February, 2012

Thomas Cook Accuses EHRC of Misrepresenting Ruling…

Two Court of Appeal rulings triggered a war of words between travel giant Thomas Cook and Equality and Human Rights Commission.

UK Civil Aviation Authority Reviewing Implications of "Fat Tax" Ruling

13 February, 2012

UK Civil Aviation Authority Reviewing Implications…

The UK Civil Aviation Authority is "carefully considering and reviewing" the implications of recent rulings that could see disabled passengers rights ...

Safety or Cost Efficiency? Analysing Ryanair Disabled Passengers Policy

07 February, 2012

Safety or Cost Efficiency? Analysing Ryanair Disab…

Low cost airline Ryanair carries a maximum of four disabled passengers with reduced mobility per flight, explaining the limit exists for safety reason...

Important Information for Passengers With Reduced Mobility Booking Qantas Flights

01 February, 2012

Important Information for Passengers With Reduced …

Few weeks ago Qantas owned budget carrier Jetstar came under the spotlight for enforcing a limit of 2 passengers with reduced mobility on any given ai...

Easyjet Changes Rules For Transport of Disabled Passengers

31 January, 2012

Easyjet Changes Rules For Transport of Disabled Pa…

Following a recent series of incidents involving disabled passengers, budget airline Easyjet are introducing changes to their handling rules for passe...

U.S. Carrier Spirit Airlines Fined For Disability Violations

28 January, 2012

U.S. Carrier Spirit Airlines Fined For Disability …

The U.S. Department of Transportation fined Florida based Spirit Airlines $100,000 (£63.500/€75,600) for failing to respond to complaints filed by dis...

Suggestions For Changes to EU Regulation 1107/2006

27 January, 2012

Suggestions For Changes to EU Regulation 1107/2006

Four years after coming into force, lawmakers are willing to consider changes to Regulation EU 1107/2006, which protects the rights of the disabled tr...

Easyjet CEO Carolyn McCall Apologises to Martin Sabry

19 January, 2012

Easyjet CEO Carolyn McCall Apologises to Martin Sa…

Carolyn McCall OBE, Easyjet's Chief Executive Officer, apologised in person to Martin Sabry, the disabled man thrown off a flight on 4 January.

UK CAA Warns Easyjet Over Martin Sabry Debacle

18 January, 2012

UK CAA Warns Easyjet Over Martin Sabry Debacle

The UK Civil Aviation Authority has warned Easyjet over the incident involving Mr Martin Sabry, a disabled businessman taken off a flight at London Ga...

Accessible Travel: Derbyshire, Disabled Tourist Paradise

13 January, 2012

Accessible Travel: Derbyshire, Disabled Tourist Pa…

Derbyshire, the dramatically enchanting county, is indeed a fantastic and accessible travel destination for everyone to rest and enjoy. 

Sweden and the Netherlands views on enforcement of EU 1107/2006

13 January, 2012

Sweden and the Netherlands views on enforcement of…

It is Sweden and the Netherlands turn in the analysis on how European member states enforce Regulation 1107/2006.

Dial-a-Ride and concessionary fares - is the end looming?

19 December, 2011

Dial-a-Ride and concessionary fares - is the end l…

Just days after reducedmobility.eu highlighted the pressures councils were under for their concessionary fares schemes comes news that at least one co...

Is it too early to celebrate over transport benefit change of plans?

15 December, 2011

Is it too early to celebrate over transport benefi…

Transport issues for disabled people are a major obstacle to fulfilling potential and enjoying life, so it's good news that the planned axing of trans...

Help improve the disabled travelling experience on airlines

14 December, 2011

Help improve the disabled travelling experience on…

Here at reducedmobility.eu we are always pleased to see anyone try to improve the experience for disabled people using public transport so we salute M...

Joanna Jones vs. Easyjet: Taking Discrimination to New Heights

13 December, 2011

Joanna Jones vs. Easyjet: Taking Discrimination to…

Budget airline Easyjet has been slammed with allegations of discrimination against the disabled for not allowing blind Joanna Jones on board with her ...

London 2012: Britons sailing for Paralympic gold

13 December, 2011

London 2012: Britons sailing for Paralympic gold

In 2007 Alexandra Rickham teamed up with Niki Birrell as a crew and the following year were among the favourites for the Paralympic Games after winnin...

Disability Travel - Blue Badge Scheme: What Changes

07 December, 2011

Disability Travel - Blue Badge Scheme: What Change…

Everything changes from next month when the Department for Transport’s new scheme takes effect which means that anyone who doesn’t automatically quali...

Department for Transport Proposed Ticket Office Closures Could End Travel for Many Disabled People

01 December, 2011

Department for Transport Proposed Ticket Office Cl…

The Department for Transport is currently considering a recommendation to close 675 ticket offices around the UK, a decision which could end travel fo...

GB Women’s Goalball team fighting for place in Paralympics

30 November, 2011

GB Women’s Goalball team fighting for place in Par…

Britain's goalball team, along with the women's sitting volleyball team, will not know until February next year whether or not they can compete at the...

Cathay Pacific Faces Discrimination Complaint for Asking Disabled Passenger to Get Off Flight

23 November, 2011

Cathay Pacific Faces Discrimination Complaint for …

Honk Kong based Cathay Pacific Airways faces serious allegations of discriminating against a disabled passenger the airline asked to leave a plane.

London 2012: The Paralympics Equestrian – Pearson aiming for golden record

17 November, 2011

London 2012: The Paralympics Equestrian – Pearson …

The Paralympics Equestrian events take place at Greenwich Park from 30th August to 4th September with eleven medals at stake. Greenwich Park is the ol...

Oscar “Blade Runner” Pistorius chasing London 2012 Olympics qualifying time

16 November, 2011

Oscar “Blade Runner” Pistorius chasing London 2012…

Four-time Paralympics champion Oscar Pistorius, nicknamed “Blade Runner”, is still not guaranteed a place at the 2012 Olympics in London.

Paralympic football – Great Britain outsiders for a medal

10 November, 2011

Paralympic football – Great Britain outsiders for …

There will be two Paralympic football competitions at the London 2012 Paralympics. There is the Football 5-a-side for athletes with visual impairments...

Indifference is the Enemy Disabled Struggle to Overcome

09 November, 2011

Indifference is the Enemy Disabled Struggle to Ove…

Calling people with disabilities the forgotten ones is not far from reality; indifference towards disabled issues is so deeply embedded in society it ...

London 2012 Looks to Surpass Record-Breaking Beijing Paralympics 2008

03 November, 2011

London 2012 Looks to Surpass Record-Breaking Beiji…

There is no doubt that London 2012 has a tough act to follow. The 12 days of games held in Beijing in September 2008 brought together nearly four thou...

Qantas Owned Jetstar Tries To Ground Disabled Passengers Again

01 November, 2011

Qantas Owned Jetstar Tries To Ground Disabled Pass…

Australian low-cost airline Jetstar, owned by the well-known Qantas Airways, is once again at the centre of a dispute involving disabled passengers.

Sarah Storey Paralympian with London 2012 Ambitions

31 October, 2011

Sarah Storey Paralympian with London 2012 Ambition…

Sarah Storey is a British swimmer, track and road cyclist, seven times gold medal winner at the Paralympic Games, and twice British national track cha...

Croydon Disability Benefits Assessment Centre Inaccessible to Disabled

19 October, 2011

Croydon Disability Benefits Assessment Centre Inac…

Disabled people living in Croydon (south London) must have a strong sense of humor and loads of determination to overcome the fact that the local disa...

Labour MP Lisa Nandy Thinks it is Fair Waiting Nine Years to Sort Disability Issues

14 October, 2011

Labour MP Lisa Nandy Thinks it is Fair Waiting Nin…

I was reading the Huffington Post this morning and came across an article on disability issues written by the Labour MP Lisa Nandy.

Perfect Example Why the EHRC Must be Scrapped

04 October, 2011

Perfect Example Why the EHRC Must be Scrapped

Readers of this website may be aware I am strongly opinionated about inefficiencies of Equality and Human Rights Commission. I make no secret of my ut...

Disability Travel: U.S. Lawmakers Beat Europeans Once Again

29 September, 2011

Disability Travel: U.S. Lawmakers Beat Europeans O…

It saddens me to see Europe trail behind, but when it comes to disability rights and travel U.S. lawmakers always seem to be light years ahead of Euro...

Complaining in Emirates tops RMR general search terms

29 September, 2011

Complaining in Emirates tops RMR general search te…

It came as a surprise; "complaining in emirates" is the leading general search term that drives traffic to Reduced Mobility Rights.

Foldable Wheelchair Wheels Will Make Air Travel Easier

27 September, 2011

Foldable Wheelchair Wheels Will Make Air Travel Ea…

Brilliant ideas do not need to be extravagant; Maddak, largest maker of aids for daily living in America, is about to spin the whole idea behind wheel...

Reduced Mobility Rights at the forefront of UK airport website accessibility

21 September, 2011

Reduced Mobility Rights at the forefront of UK air…

  Talking with people with disabilities and their carers about travel and holidays, I discovered how crucial is the planning phase.

Heathrow T1: Good News for Parents, Single Parents and PRMs

20 September, 2011

Heathrow T1: Good News for Parents, Single Parents…

I always stress that we have to expose what doesn’t work; at the same time we must report what works or what is being changed to make things work.

Jerry King's Latest Mobilitoon Hits the Nail on the Head

13 September, 2011

Jerry King's Latest Mobilitoon Hits the Nail on th…

Acclaimed cartoonist Jerry king's latest Mobilitoon hits the nail on the head, drawing readers attention to the necessity of overhauling EU Regulation...

National Express Coach Abandons Disabled Passenger at M1 Service Station

11 September, 2011

National Express Coach Abandons Disabled Passenger…

45-year-old arthritis sufferer Selina Stacey was left behind after the coach she was traveling on left an M1 service station without her. The National...

BAA Knew Disabled Passengers Could be Stranted at Edinburgh Airport

10 September, 2011

BAA Knew Disabled Passengers Could be Stranted at …

Thanks to the excellent reports by David McCann of the Edinburgh Evening News we now understand that BAA knew of the chances of disabled passengers be...

Another Example Showing Why EU Regulation 1107/2006 Does Not Work

09 September, 2011

Another Example Showing Why EU Regulation 1107/200…

There goes another tragic example why EU Regulation 1107/2006 needs to be changed with haste. I just came across the news, and I'm having a hard time ...

Traveling by Air with Reduced Mobility: The Road Ahead

07 September, 2011

Traveling by Air with Reduced Mobility: The Road A…

When I first started traveling, I never bothered to consider what could have been my travel experience if I had reduced mobility. I was probably too...

Prev Next Page:

Testimonials

Reduced Mobility Rights were hugely supportive with regard to travel with my scooter. Received call from airlines customer relations within 24 hours..sorted! Thank you

Jeannie Stirling

Company Info

 
Reduced Mobility Rights Limited
Registered in England and Wales.
Company No : 07748812
2 Woodberry Grove, London, N12 0DR
Phone: +44.(0)7786.993741
Fax: +44.(0)208.7113904

 

Newsletter

Weather

Cloudy

16°C

London

Cloudy

Humidity: 88%

Wind: 16.09 km/h

DONATE

Support our work protecting the rights of disabled passengers around the world

Amount: 

Cookie Policy

We use cookies to create the best website experience for our readers. By continuing to use our site, you agree to the placement of cookies on your device. Please read our cookie policy to learn more about cookies and learn how to disable them.