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BBC News takes closer look at air travel for disabled people

30 June, 2015 | Hits:473

BBC News takes closer look at air travel for disab…

BBC News Scotland's Ian Hamilton recently visited Glasgow airport to experience how travellers with a disability are being supported.

Useful tips for seamless air travel this summer

25 June, 2015 | Hits:346

Useful tips for seamless air travel this summer

Knowing your rights and what to expect when things go wrong is an essential part of travel preparations, even more so if you rely on assistance when t...

Hong Kong Government in major disability discrimination blunder

22 June, 2015 | Hits:621

Hong Kong Government in major disability discrimin…

Last June 17 the Hong Kong Government took a discriminatory stance on access to air travel for disabled people.

UK CAA research finds most disabled people satisfied with airport assistance

18 June, 2015 | Hits:674

UK CAA research finds most disabled people satisfi…

About 80% of people with a disability travelling by air are satisfied with the quality of assistance airports and airlines give, a UK CAA research fin...

Air Europa fined for charging disabled booking assistance

17 June, 2015 | Hits:684

Air Europa fined for charging disabled booking ass…

Spain third largest airline Air Europa was fined Euro 4.500 for charging disabled people booking special assistance via phone.

Milan airports publish guide to accessible landmarks

12 June, 2015 | Hits:778

Milan airports publish guide to accessible landmar…

On Friday, SEA Aeroporti Milano launched a complimentary guide to Milan’s accessible landmarks and ways to get to EXPO 2015.

Ghana airlines letting disabled people down

09 June, 2015 | Hits:594

Ghana airlines letting disabled people down

Africa World Airlines is the latest of Ghana’s airlines to discriminate against people with a disability by reason of such disability.

Lufthansa to offer intensive care unit on all long haul planes

01 June, 2015 | Hits:843

Lufthansa to offer intensive care unit on all long…

From June 2015, the unique "flying intensive care unit" will be available on all planes in the entire Lufthansa long-haul fleet. 

Happy Flow technology promises seamless airport experience for all

29 May, 2015 | Hits:753

Happy Flow technology promises seamless airport ex…

Imagine an airport journey where your face is all you need from check-in to boarding.The Happy Flow™ project promises to deliver this and more.

American Airlines sued for $2.5 million over ACAA disability violation

23 May, 2015 | Hits:1390

American Airlines sued for $2.5 million over ACAA …

A 33-year-old woman sued American Airlines for $2.5 million over the airline’s violation of the Air Carrier Access Act.

Alaska Airlines committed to make flying with disability easier

18 May, 2015 | Hits:1503

Alaska Airlines committed to make flying with disa…

The Disability Advisory Board of Alaska Airlines spelled out the latest initiatives to make flying with disability easier.

Easyjet to fit planes with wheelchair accessible toilets

14 May, 2015 | Hits:4205

Easyjet to fit planes with wheelchair accessible t…

Low cost airline easyjet announced it is to fit all its new A320 planes with Space-Flex 2 lavatory, a wheelchair accessible toilet.

Mom starts petition to make flying safer for people with Autism

12 May, 2015 | Hits:1537

Mom starts petition to make flying safer for peopl…

Beth Joy’s petition to amend the ACAA and make flying safer for people with Autism is boosted by the removal of a 15-year-old from a United flight.

Forget the experience, focus on passengers’ well-being

07 May, 2015 | Hits:746

Forget the experience, focus on passengers’ well-b…

Time has come airports and airlines to shift their focus from enhancing the passenger’s experience to improving the well-being of air travellers.

Saudia steps up services for the visually impaired

29 April, 2015 | Hits:577

Saudia steps up services for the visually impaired

Saudia Airlines announced the introduction of new services tailored around the needs of visually impaired passengers.

Gatwick buys hoists for disabled passengers

27 April, 2015 | Hits:1823

Gatwick buys hoists for disabled passengers

Last Friday London Gatwick airport management said they are buying hospital grade hoists to help disabled passengers get on and off planes. 

Europe welcomes easyjet’s esaag Charter for disabled passengers

22 April, 2015 | Hits:1459

Europe welcomes easyjet’s esaag Charter for disabl…

The launch of easyJet’s special assistance advisory group Pan-European Charter on Meeting the Needs of Disabled Air Travellers at an event in the EU P...

Esaag to launch Charter on meeting needs of disabled passengers

16 April, 2015 | Hits:971

Esaag to launch Charter on meeting needs of disabl…

The easyjet special assistance advisory group (esaag) is set to launch the Pan-European Charter on Meeting the Needs of Disabled Air Travellers at the...

Vietnam CAA urges airports to buy ambulifts

07 April, 2015 | Hits:605

Vietnam CAA urges airports to buy ambulifts

On Monday The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam urged the Airports Corporation of Vietnam to draw plans to purchase ambulifts.

Vietjet fined for throwing wheelchair user off flight

04 April, 2015 | Hits:1006

Vietjet fined for throwing wheelchair user off fli…

Low cost carrier Vietjet was fined the highest civil penalty for not allowing a disabled passenger board a flight from Da Nang to Hanoi.

LAX inaugurates world’s first Autism self-identification program

31 March, 2015 | Hits:1147

LAX inaugurates world’s first Autism self-identifi…

Los Angeles airport introduces the world’s first self-identification program to ensure people with Autism may enjoy seamless airport journeys.

Munich Five Star airport gears up for busy summer season

30 March, 2015 | Hits:804

Munich Five Star airport gears up for busy summer …

Known as Bavaria’s gateway to the world, Munich International airport recently earned the prestigious Skytrax Five Star status.

Aussie aisle chair makes flying easier for wheelchair users

26 March, 2015 | Hits:1467

Aussie aisle chair makes flying easier for wheelch…

Australian designer Peter Short created an innovative aisle chair concept that eases the enplaning and deplaning of passengers with reduced mobility. ...

Germanwings confirms loss of flight 4U9525

24 March, 2015 | Hits:505

Germanwings confirms loss of flight 4U9525

Lufthansa wholly owned low cost airline Germanwings confirmed the loss of flight 4U9525, and Airbus A320 plane with 150 people on-board.

American Airlines at the heart of National Medal of Honor Day celebrations

24 March, 2015 | Hits:514

American Airlines at the heart of National Medal o…

This week, American hosts 30 United States Medal of Honor recipients in the days leading up to the national Medal of Honor Day on Wednesday.

Edinburgh Airport hosts guide dog training day

23 March, 2015 | Hits:932

Edinburgh Airport hosts guide dog training day

At the beginning of March, 12 trainee guide dog puppies descended on Edinburgh airport for a very special training day.

Incheon airport opens security lanes for disabled people

22 March, 2015 | Hits:641

Incheon airport opens security lanes for disabled …

Seoul’s Incheon International airport announced the opening of two dedicated security check points for people with disabilities.

Vueling receives A320 fitted with Space-Flex lavatory

16 March, 2015 | Hits:1153

Vueling receives A320 fitted with Space-Flex lavat…

Spanish low cost carrier Vueling is the first European airline to receive an Airbus A320 fitted with the fully accessible lavatory Space-Flex.

Virgin Australia addressing aisle chair problem

09 March, 2015 | Hits:2176

Virgin Australia addressing aisle chair problem

Australian carrier Virgin Australia is addressing availability of on-board aisle chairs after receiving an open letter from the mother of a disabled c...

Disability and beyond: do airports for everyone exist?

06 March, 2015 | Hits:1203

Disability and beyond: do airports for everyone ex…

When approached by persons with disabilities I am often asked if the ideal airport, the one meeting the needs of every individual, exists. 

Delta Air Lines in landmark disability ruling

04 March, 2015 | Hits:1450

Delta Air Lines in landmark disability ruling

The ruling of U.S. District Judge William Duffey on a disability lawsuit filed by a blind woman against Delta could have far reaching consequences.

Sydney airport in life changing initiative for disabled children

03 March, 2015 | Hits:677

Sydney airport in life changing initiative for dis…

Hundreds of disabled children will have their lives changed as a result of the AUD 263.000 raised by Sydney Airport’s Community Christmas Giving Appea...

Miami airport showcase works by mentally ill artists

02 March, 2015 | Hits:675

Miami airport showcase works by mentally ill artis…

Miami International airport is currently showcasing Outsider Art, an art collection, featuring works by artists from National Art Exhibitions of the M...

Cathay Pacific celebrates success of Community Flight 2015

27 February, 2015 | Hits:1063

Cathay Pacific celebrates success of Community Fli…

The 2015 edition of Cathay Pacific Community Flight made 200 residents from 60 less-advantaged families enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime trip over Hong K...

Over 60s and disabled passengers under the spotlight at PTE 2015 Conference

26 February, 2015 | Hits:1250

Over 60s and disabled passengers under the spotlig…

Boasting an outstanding speakers' line-up, this year’s Passenger Terminal EXPO Conference hosts the first ever dedicated sub-session to over 60s and d...

Jimmy Savile legacy still affecting disabled people rights

26 February, 2015 | Hits:913

Jimmy Savile legacy still affecting disabled peopl…

Pervert Jimmy Savile is rotting in hell but his legacy continues to affect the rights of disabled people, especially those travelling by air.

Manchester airport opens Changing Places suites for disabled people

24 February, 2015 | Hits:2248

Manchester airport opens Changing Places suites fo…

Addressing the needs of severely disabled people, Manchester airport opened three Changing Places suites.

Seoul Incheon airport proves all that glitters is not gold

20 February, 2015 | Hits:1202

Seoul Incheon airport proves all that glitters is …

Winner in two categories of the annual ACI ASQ survey, Incheon International Airport is, in our opinion, living proof that all that glitters is not go...

More than 100 hospitals to benefit from Southwest Medical Transportation Grant Program

19 February, 2015 | Hits:827

More than 100 hospitals to benefit from Southwest …

Southwest announced last week that over 100 non-profit hospitals and medical organizations from across the US will benefit from the Southwest Airlines...

American Airlines sponsors teenage amputee trip to Colorado Ski Event

18 February, 2015 | Hits:931

American Airlines sponsors teenage amputee trip to…

A group of teenage amputee patients from Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children headed for Colorado on Feb 9th for a ski adventure at Winter Park’s...

Oversight makes airport assistive technology unhelpful

17 February, 2015 | Hits:1717

Oversight makes airport assistive technology unhel…

Enhancing the passenger experience through assistive technology is the most popular opening line of all airport managers’ speeches, but is AT always h...

Singapore Changi airport awards staff going beyond the call of duty

13 February, 2015 | Hits:833

Singapore Changi airport awards staff going beyond…

Singapore Changi Airport conferred its annual awards to staff that have gone beyond the call of duty and showed exceptional service contributions in 2...

Can culture make flying less accessible?

12 February, 2015 | Hits:1055

Can culture make flying less accessible?

Physical or sensory impairments should not prevent a person from travelling by air, but a previous bad travel experience might.

US air travel disability complaints up year on year

11 February, 2015 | Hits:1740

US air travel disability complaints up year on yea…

Data from the Air Travel Consumer Report of the US Department of Transportation shows disability complaints are up nearly 14 per cent year on year.

Air travel seen through the eyes of a blind passenger

08 February, 2015 | Hits:1970

Air travel seen through the eyes of a blind passen…

In her column on welfare Society Territory, Stefania Leone shares tips and tricks a solo blind traveller may find useful. We are republishing her arti...

Thai Airways subsidiary bans disabled people from flights

04 February, 2015 | Hits:2005

Thai Airways subsidiary bans disabled people from …

Thai Airways subsidiary Thai Smile stopped accepting bookings from disabled people “for their own safety”.

Outcome of disability complaint may change air travel forever

02 February, 2015 | Hits:2323

Outcome of disability complaint may change air tra…

Jenny Brown was unaware the complaint she filed against Virgin Australia name change policy could have a lasting impact on air travel.

US DOT rules British Airways violated disabled man rights

28 January, 2015 | Hits:3533

US DOT rules British Airways violated disabled man…

The US Department of Transportation ruling on a disabled man complaint found British Airways violated the law protecting the rights of disabled passen...

Belfast City Airport welcomes ten autistic children

27 January, 2015 | Hits:1071

Belfast City Airport welcomes ten autistic childre…

Last Sunday, ten children with autism and their parents were invited to Belfast City Airport for a test-run through security and getting on a plane.

Lack of information disables airport customers

25 January, 2015 | Hits:1083

Lack of information disables airport customers

In a world thriving on information, the airport’s ability to communicate with its customers is crucial to the passenger experience.

Better consumer protection for disabled people travelling by air

22 January, 2015 | Hits:1072

Better consumer protection for disabled people tra…

Thanks to a private initiative, disabled people travelling by air can get better consumer protection when things go wrong.

Pensioner suing Heathrow over airport wheelchair accident

20 January, 2015 | Hits:1931

Pensioner suing Heathrow over airport wheelchair a…

Eighty-two year old Dennis Larder, who was injured after the unsafe release of an airport wheelchair brakes, is suing London Heathrow Airport.

Brisbane man hits out at airport accessibility

15 January, 2015 | Hits:1191

Brisbane man hits out at airport accessibility

An Editor of The Queensland Times hit out at Brisbane airport’s Domestic Terminal accessibility after a personal experience with its access features f...

Manchester Airport dividend spare city services from cuts

13 January, 2015 | Hits:1177

Manchester Airport dividend spare city services fr…

Manchester City Council is to drop cuts to social services thanks to a higher than expected mid-year dividend from its stake in the Airport

Emirates make hefty donation to Show Compassion campaign

12 January, 2015 | Hits:775

Emirates make hefty donation to Show Compassion ca…

Emirates airline announced it is donating US 1.35 million the Show Compassion campaign. 

DOT investigating Etihad Flight 183 passengers complaints

07 January, 2015 | Hits:1175

DOT investigating Etihad Flight 183 passengers com…

The Aviation Enforcement Office of the US DOT is investigating complaints filed by passengers of Etihad flight 183, this site has learned.

Man dies after 20 hours on Etihad delayed flight

06 January, 2015 | Hits:5294

Man dies after 20 hours on Etihad delayed flight

A 73-year-old man had to be pronounced dead after his delayed Etihad Airways flight from Abu Dhabi to Dusseldorf diverted to Vienna.

Etihad facing DOT fines for 12 hour tarmac delay

05 January, 2015 | Hits:2397

Etihad facing DOT fines for 12 hour tarmac delay

Abu Dhabi flag carrier Etihad Airways faces huge fines after hundreds where kept on-board a US bound flight for 12 hours before take-off.

United slammed with frivolous disability complaint

03 January, 2015 | Hits:1692

United slammed with frivolous disability complaint

A mother of four slammed United Airlines with a frivolous disability complaint after a row on seating assignment on a flight from Punta Cana.

Disability Advocates bash Canberra Airport facilities for wheelchair users

28 December, 2014 | Hits:1536

Disability Advocates bash Canberra Airport facilit…

Few weeks after the embarrassment of flight United 863 Canberra Airport is once again under the spotlight, this time for its poor facilities for wheel...

Missing AirAsia airliner triggers fears of new aviation mystery

28 December, 2014 | Hits:1040

Missing AirAsia airliner triggers fears of new avi…

An AirAsia Airbus A320 with 162 souls on-board has gone missing at 6.17 AM (23.17 GMT) over water between Indonesia and Singapore.

Blind woman accuses Emirates of discriminating against the disabled

27 December, 2014 | Hits:3140

Blind woman accuses Emirates of discriminating aga…

Dubai based Emirates Airlines face a disability discrimination row after a blind accessibility consultant exposed the airline’s double standards.

Autism should not be a barrier to flying LAX official says

26 December, 2014 | Hits:1327

Autism should not be a barrier to flying LAX offic…

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Americans with Disability Act coordinator Lawrence Rolon said families with autism should not give up flying. ...

Seven in ten Europeans unaware of passenger rights

23 December, 2014 | Hits:962

Seven in ten Europeans unaware of passenger rights

The latest report of the European Commission on passenger rights awareness shows that seven in ten EU citizens are unaware of their rights.

Antrak Air sued for discriminating against disabled passengers

18 December, 2014 | Hits:1121

Antrak Air sued for discriminating against disable…

The Ghana Society of the Physically Disabled is suing Antrak Air and two other airlines alleging they refuse to sell tickets to disabled people. 

Qatar Airways to employ young people with autism

17 December, 2014 | Hits:5320

Qatar Airways to employ young people with autism

Qatar Airways announced its partnership with Shafallah Centre for children with special needs to help them become part of the airline’s workforce.

UK airport wheelchair helpers pay lower than Living Wage

16 December, 2014 | Hits:1879

UK airport wheelchair helpers pay lower than Livin…

A closer look at wages of Heathrow airport wheelchair helpers may give an insight into why the UK tops the EU list for disabled passengers’ complaints...

United 863 elderly passengers worse off in Canberra Airport debacle

12 December, 2014 | Hits:1242

United 863 elderly passengers worse off in Canberr…

The elderly and the young are among the worse off after Canberra Airport authorities held passengers of United Airlines flight 863 captive for over ei...

Easyjet make air travel easier for the deaf and hard of hearing

11 December, 2014 | Hits:2666

Easyjet make air travel easier for the deaf and ha…

Easyjet is the first low cost airline in the world to address the importance of lip reading for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

US air travel disability complaints soar in October

11 December, 2014 | Hits:1199

US air travel disability complaints soar in Octobe…

Data from the DOT Air Travel Consumer Report shows 65 disability related complaints in October 2014, up from 49 in 2013.

Southwest recognized as one of America's most community-minded companies

10 December, 2014 | Hits:879

Southwest recognized as one of America's most comm…

Recognized by The Civic 50 as one of America’s most community-minded companies, Southwest boosts its legacy as the carrier that cares.   Data from t...

Passengers eat well at Denver International Airport

09 December, 2014 | Hits:1925

Passengers eat well at Denver International Airpor…

For the second year running Denver International Airport ranked seven in the list of US airport providing healthy food choices.

Over 700 Lufthansa employees volunteer for Ebola aid plane

08 December, 2014 | Hits:2191

Over 700 Lufthansa employees volunteer for Ebola a…

A refurbished Lufthansa Airbus A340 manned by volunteers became the world’s most advanced evacuation plane for contagious Ebola patients.

AA Dallas Mavericks and Abacus host Seats for Soldiers event

07 December, 2014 | Hits:985

AA Dallas Mavericks and Abacus host Seats for Sold…

This Sunday, over 100 wounded service members will travel to Dallas to watch the Mavericks vs. Bucks game at American Airlines Center.

Brazilian woman choses to crawl on plane to avoid airport manual handling

06 December, 2014 | Hits:1263

Brazilian woman choses to crawl on plane to avoid …

Last Monday, brittle bone disease sufferer Katya Hemelrjik da Silva crawled on board a Gol plane to avoid being manually handled by airport helpers.

2016 Paralympic Games hopeful praises Heathrow helper

05 December, 2014 | Hits:8171

2016 Paralympic Games hopeful praises Heathrow hel…

Wheelchair table-tennis player and Rio 2016 Paralympic hopeful Oye Jemiyo took pen and paper to praise Heathrow helper Vijay Soni.

UK CAA new disability information requirements for airlines

05 December, 2014 | Hits:1799

UK CAA new disability information requirements for…

Airlines operating flights departing from the United Kingdom must adhere to new disability information requirements set out by the CAA.

UK CAA disability information requirements for airports

04 December, 2014 | Hits:1097

UK CAA disability information requirements for air…

Last September, the CAA issued notice to UK airports to publish on their websites ten pieces of information for disabled people.

Man dies after Emirates tell him he is too fat to fly

03 December, 2014 | Hits:6379

Man dies after Emirates tell him he is too fat to …

The family of an obese young man blames Emirates for his death after the airline denied him boarding a life-saving flight to India.

UK CAA fire warning shot on disability rights

03 December, 2014 | Hits:1162

UK CAA fire warning shot on disability rights

The CAA chose the UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities to remind airports and airlines of their new legal powers.  

Retired Police Officer hits out at airports manual handling of disabled people

02 December, 2014 | Hits:1263

Retired Police Officer hits out at airports manual…

A retired Chief Superintendent of police wrote a letter to Lord Cotter voicing his disgust with the way airports help passengers with severe reduced m...

The Flight that changes the outlook on disability forever

02 December, 2014 | Hits:1626

The Flight that changes the outlook on disability …

With headquarters at three airports across the UK, Aerobility gives access to the experience of flying a plane to disabled people.

Air Asia wheelchair fees exposed

30 November, 2014 | Hits:1597

Air Asia wheelchair fees exposed

Voted “World’s Best Low-Cost Airline” for six years running, Air Asia is working its way to the top of the chart of the world’s disabled unfriendly ai...

Why people in wheelchair dread connecting flights

29 November, 2014 | Hits:2732

Why people in wheelchair dread connecting flights

The run across an airport to catch a connecting flight is a dreadful experience for most, a nightmare come true for someone in a wheelchair. 

Emotional support pig thrown off US Airways plane

29 November, 2014 | Hits:1871

Emotional support pig thrown off US Airways plane

A woman travelling with a pig as emotional support animal got thrown off a US Airways airplane at Bradley airport after crew deemed the animal disrupt...

Operation Santa takes flight at Shannon airport

29 November, 2014 | Hits:814

Operation Santa takes flight at Shannon airport

For the second year running Shannon airport is the organiser of Santa flights for children of local communities.

Montgomery airport showcase charity creativity

28 November, 2014 | Hits:851

Montgomery airport showcase charity creativity

Who said TSA rules are bad for everyone? Helped by Montgomery airport, a charity found a creative way to get donations exploiting security restriction...

Angel Flight Australia fighting red tape to keep flying

28 November, 2014 | Hits:875

Angel Flight Australia fighting red tape to keep f…

The future of Angel Flight Australia hangs in the balance after the Civil Aviation proposal to change safety standards for voluntary community service...

Panic on Singapore Airlines plane as man tries to get off in mid-air

27 November, 2014 | Hits:2378

Panic on Singapore Airlines plane as man tries to …

An Austrian national was met by authorities upon arrival in Singapore after trying to get off a Singapore Airlines plane in mid-air.

Aeroflot disability policy still work in progress

27 November, 2014 | Hits:1242

Aeroflot disability policy still work in progress

Recognised by National Geographic Traveller Awards 2014 as the best airline in Russia, Aeroflot shows room for improvement on their handling of disabi...

Air India in new disability discrimination row

26 November, 2014 | Hits:1279

Air India in new disability discrimination row

Beleaguered state-owned carrier Air India policy for transport of disabled people is under scrutiny on allegations of discrimination against the disab...

Avianca ask disabled people wear diapers in-flight

25 November, 2014 | Hits:3468

Avianca ask disabled people wear diapers in-flight

Colombia’s national airline Avianca set a new low in discrimination against the disabled by asking people who cannot make their way the toilet to wear...

Sydney boosts Airport Ambassador service

25 November, 2014 | Hits:934

Sydney boosts Airport Ambassador service

Since 1999 Airport Ambassadors have been the smiling face of New South Wales. This year Sydney airport is boosting this signature service.

Are disabled passengers welcome at London Heathrow?

24 November, 2014 | Hits:1356

Are disabled passengers welcome at London Heathrow…

Praised by many, help and support Heathrow give passengers with disabilities is not immune to random criticism.

Istanbul Ataturk airport hosts diabetes awareness campaign

24 November, 2014 | Hits:942

Istanbul Ataturk airport hosts diabetes awareness …

TAV Istanbul Atatürk Airport is hosting a diabetes awareness initiative realised by students of Maltepe University and Anadolu University.

Stansted airport listening to passengers with reduced mobility

24 November, 2014 | Hits:1597

Stansted airport listening to passengers with redu…

Good part of Stansted ongoing renovations are the airport’s response to passenger feedback about accessibility problems.

Vienna Airport improves accessibility

23 November, 2014 | Hits:1780

Vienna Airport improves accessibility

Recent improvements make Vienna airport's infrastructure and services easier to access for passengers with disabilities.

Cost of assistance for the disabled at European airports revealed

22 November, 2014 | Hits:1575

Cost of assistance for the disabled at European ai…

European rules make sure disabled people receive free help at airports but most consumers do not know who pays for these services.

Are frequent flyers more likely to develop dementia?

21 November, 2014 | Hits:1030

Are frequent flyers more likely to develop dementi…

The U.S. military is funding research to understand the impact of brain lesions on pilots and its correlation to dementia-like cognitive impairments. ...

Japan in bid to improve accessibility ahead of 2020 Olympic Games

20 November, 2014 | Hits:3493

Japan in bid to improve accessibility ahead of 202…

In preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games Japan plans significant improvements to boost accessibility at airports and train stati...

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