The Age UK Mobility website lists Reduced Mobility Rights as one of the great holiday websites and resources for the older travel to utilise.
“For more specific information about flying as an older or disabled traveller, Reduced Mobility Rights is a fantastic resource,” the Age UK website says in an article listing best online holiday resources for the older traveller.
Reduced Mobility Rights are the leading advocate promoting access to air travel. The website focuses on raising public awareness on accessibility and access services available to passengers with special needs. Reduced Mobility Rights is the only access-focused organization constantly assessing accessibility of airports across the European Union and beyond.
Reduced Mobility Rights offer free, independent advice to passengers who need assistance with preparations to travel by air. Advice includes contacting airport assistance services and airlines to ensure seamless journeys.
The website provides free assistance to passengers with disabilities who require help with filing complaints. Airports and airlines are usually eager to quickly and fairly resolve complaints submitted to this organization, recognizing Reduced Mobility Rights as the undisputed disabled passenger's voice.
The work of Reduced Mobility Rights in promoting access to air travel has been recognized by the EU Transport commissioner. "I would like to welcome the commitment that you have given to promoting the effective application of this legislation [EU1107/2006] on your website and in the articles posted." Siim Kallas, EU Commission Transport Commissioner said.
Reduced Mobility Rights business division provide airports and airlines with a full range of professional consulting services: in-depth audits of facilities and services, strategic advice to innovate business models, cutting edge solutions for their business needs, advice on best practice, review of cabin crew training, passenger assistance procedures and processes, compliance with the United States Air Carrier Access Act.
“We work very hard to constantly set higher standards in access to air travel,” Reduced Mobility Rights founder Roberto Castiglioni said. “No one understands access to air travel better than us; our comprehensive approach to flying with special needs gives us the unparalleled knowledge we make available to passengers, the air travel industry, and policy setters.”