Menu
A+ A A-
Prev Next Page:
Airport Wheelchair Assistance Misuse Explained

29 October, 2021 | Hits:619

Airport Wheelchair Assistance Misuse Explained

Occasionally, passengers who pre-book wheelchair assistance at airports are left waiting longer than they should without knowing why this happens. ...

India CAA Proposes to Improve Accessible Air Travel Rules

27 October, 2021 | Hits:462

India CAA Proposes to Improve Accessible Air Trave…

In a move welcomed by disability rights campaigners, India’s Civil Aviation Authority issued draft guidelines to improve air travel-related services f...

Root Cause of Late Assistance at Airports Explained

25 October, 2021 | Hits:446

Root Cause of Late Assistance at Airports Explaine…

Booking assistance at airports and being helped late is frustrating; a recently published report explains the root cause of delayed assistance and off...

Miami Wins Airport Accessibility Award 2021

23 October, 2021 | Hits:797

Miami Wins Airport Accessibility Award 2021

Miami International Airport (MIA) won the Airport Accessibility Award 2021 at The Airport PRM Leadership Conference, organized by PRM software develop...

Wheelchairs in Cabin a Step Closer to Becoming Reality

06 September, 2021 | Hits:2056

Wheelchairs in Cabin a Step Closer to Becoming Rea…

On September 22nd, 2021, the United States Access Board will hold an online Public Briefing on Wheelchair Securement Systems on Aircraft. The publi...

Paralympian Sues Canadian Airlines For Discrimination

27 August, 2021 | Hits:1047

Paralympian Sues Canadian Airlines For Discriminat…

Canadian Paralympics gold medallist Paul Gauthier launched a class action lawsuit against Canadian airlines for discriminating against people with dis...

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Kick Off With Aviation Inspired Opening Ceremony

25 August, 2021 | Hits:683

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Kick Off With Aviation Insp…

The Tokyo Paralympic Games officially opened with an aviation-inspired opening ceremony, perhaps a reminder accessible air travel is pivotal for perso...

Airport Accessibility Award Gearing up for 2021 Edition

23 August, 2021 | Hits:703

Airport Accessibility Award Gearing up for 2021 Ed…

In 2020, Ozion PRM Leadership Conference hosted the first edition of the Airport Accessibility Award.  Chaired by Roberto Castiglioni, founder...

Anxiety is Accessible Air Travel Nr 1 Enemy

19 August, 2021 | Hits:884

Anxiety is Accessible Air Travel Nr 1 Enemy

People who have flown during the Pandemic discovered a new and unwanted travel companion: anxiety. Ever-changing health requirements, testing, mand...

Heathrow Wrongly Accused of Damaging Paralympian Wheelchair

17 August, 2021 | Hits:1134

Heathrow Wrongly Accused of Damaging Paralympian W…

Last Sunday, Irish Paralympics swimmer Patrick Flanagan revealed his wheelchair was returned to him badly damaged while changing flights at London Hea...

Why Pre Booking Airport Assistance Makes a Huge Difference

01 March, 2021 | Hits:2047

Why Pre Booking Airport Assistance Makes a Huge Di…

Travelers requiring some form of assistance when traveling by air often forgo pre-booking airport assistance at the time of booking their flight. Whil...

Lockdowns Teach Us Accessible Air Travel is Essential

29 April, 2020 | Hits:4249

Lockdowns Teach Us Accessible Air Travel is Essent…

The Covid-19 crisis saw three-quarters of the world population put into lockdown. For most, the key takeaway from the current state of affairs is the ...

Easyjet makes flying easier for people with complex mobility problems

26 November, 2019 | Hits:4430

Easyjet makes flying easier for people with comple…

easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, is working with easyTravelseat to continue improving passenger experience for wheelchair users when they fly. eas...

IATA Global Accessibility Symposium sets new benchmarks for inclusive air travel

22 November, 2019 | Hits:4883

IATA Global Accessibility Symposium sets new bench…

IATA’s first-ever Global Accessibility Symposium resulted in a ground-breaking event, one that set new benchmarks in the field of accessible air trav...

IATA Accessibility Symposium Dubai 2019

21 October, 2019 | Hits:3357

IATA Accessibility Symposium Dubai 2019

The IATA Global Accessibility Symposium will take place on November 5th and 6th 2019 at Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, UAE. The Symposium, kindly...

Heathrow Access Advisory Group celebrates first anniversary

03 November, 2018 | Hits:5470

Heathrow Access Advisory Group celebrates first an…

On Tuesday, October 30th Heathrow Access Advisory Group (HAAG) celebrated its first anniversary. HAAG is an independent body set up by Heathrow in 20...

Is Ryanair boss waging war on passengers with special needs?

25 August, 2017 | Hits:12813

Is Ryanair boss waging war on passengers with spec…

Over the past few years, the aviation industry has become familiar with Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary’s abrasive style. 

Budget Airline Fined for Breaching Disability Rule

25 July, 2017 | Hits:11847

Budget Airline Fined for Breaching Disability Rule

The US Department of Transportation fined Frontier Airlines $400.000 for repeated breaches of the Air Carrier Access Act (Part 382). 

PRM Charge the Elephant in The Room

23 June, 2017 | Hits:13761

PRM Charge the Elephant in The Room

The elephant in the room is an idiom describing an obvious problem no one wants to discuss; in the case of access to air travel, this is the PRM charg...

Air Namibia tells teenager in wheelchair she cannot fly

18 May, 2017 | Hits:10921

Air Namibia tells teenager in wheelchair she canno…

Sixteen-year-old Victoria Martin was denied boarding an Air Namibia flight because she is a wheelchair user.

British Airways face UK CAA probe after dementia sufferer is bumped off flight

28 April, 2017 | Hits:11414

British Airways face UK CAA probe after dementia s…

Reduced Mobility Rights call on the UK CAA to probe allegations British Airways bumped a dementia sufferer off an overbooked flight.

Guide dog Joey first member of the easyjet Furry Flight Club

25 April, 2017 | Hits:9676

Guide dog Joey first member of the easyjet Furry F…

Budget airline easyJet welcomed the first member of its 'furry flight club' yesterday, with guide dog Joey reaching the milestone of 35 flights with e...

Learn the secret to make air travel truly accessible

10 April, 2017 | Hits:9002

Learn the secret to make air travel truly accessib…

When talking about accessible air travel we often focus on building and airplane accessibility. While this is important, it is far from enough to make...

Prenotification Will ABTA travel agents ever get it right?

07 April, 2017 | Hits:10634

Prenotification Will ABTA travel agents ever get i…

Whenever traveling by air it’s crucial to let the airline know of any specific need, a process commonly called prenotification.

Meet the Heroes who will make air travel fully accessible

05 April, 2017 | Hits:16253

Meet the Heroes who will make air travel fully acc…

For most differently able people, air travel is more accessible than ever before. The air travel industry has come a long way from its dark ages, when...

Paris airport takes lead in innovating services for disabled people

13 March, 2017 | Hits:11255

Paris airport takes lead in innovating services fo…

Making complicated things simple, that's the spirit behind the ground-breaking PRM management software Paris CDG airport has chosen to enhance service...

Global leader Medaire explains how disability training helps airports gain efficiency

11 March, 2017 | Hits:8145

Global leader Medaire explains how disability trai…

The Ageing Population and PRMs track of PTE2017 will open on March 16th. I spoke with Mark Pearce, Head of Commercial Aviation at Medaire Europe to le...

New report says improved wayfinding makes airports more accessible

09 March, 2017 | Hits:9710

New report says improved wayfinding makes airports…

The Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) is to publish a study featuring a first-of-its-kind tool for airports, the Wayfinding Accessibility Au...

New technology can improve airport assistance for disabled people

06 March, 2017 | Hits:13639

New technology can improve airport assistance for …

With Passenger Terminal Conference 2017 opening in one week, we take a closer look at how new technology can improve assistance for people with disabi...

Flying with disability making the headlines for the wrong reasons

20 February, 2017 | Hits:8080

Flying with disability making the headlines for th…

In this day and age, even a straightforward concept like flying with a disability isn’t immune from the “fake news” pandemic.

Ryanair reject Spanish protesters discrimination claims

26 January, 2017 | Hits:8685

Ryanair reject Spanish protesters discrimination c…

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair dismissed claims of Spanish protesters the airline discriminates against disabled people as untrue and baseless.

DOT orders American Airlines improve disability reservation training

12 January, 2017 | Hits:7190

DOT orders American Airlines improve disability re…

The US Department of Transportation ordered American Airlines give supplemental training to its reservations agents regarding passengers’ requests to ...

Expert analysis of Frank Gardner complaint against airport assistance

10 January, 2017 | Hits:7621

Expert analysis of Frank Gardner complaint against…

Last Sunday, BBC Security correspondent Frank Gardner expressed his frustration with airport assistance through Twitter.  

Flying with a disability in Europe may get worse before it gets better

09 January, 2017 | Hits:10457

Flying with a disability in Europe may get worse b…

Towards the end of last year, I attended an industry event focusing on the quality of service for disabled people at European airports.

US airlines won’t have accessible toilets on small planes before 2036

13 December, 2016 | Hits:6194

US airlines won’t have accessible toilets on small…

The US DOT will begin the formal rulemaking process on the adoption of accessible toilets on single-aisle airplanes in July 2017.

UK CAA takes lead on making flying with dementia easier

08 December, 2016 | Hits:5805

UK CAA takes lead on making flying with dementia e…

The UK Civil Aviation Authority’s new guidelines on making air travel easier for people with hidden disabilities sets a new global benchmark in access...

Gatwick airport and OCS win Dementia Friendly Innovation Award 2016

01 December, 2016 | Hits:11112

Gatwick airport and OCS win Dementia Friendly Inno…

London Gatwick airport and service provider OCS group are the winners of the Alzheimer's Society's Dementia Friendly Innovation award 2016.

DOT to make airlines report how many wheelchairs they break

20 November, 2016 | Hits:5510

DOT to make airlines report how many wheelchairs t…

The US Department of Transportation issued a new rule requiring airlines operating domestic flights to report the number of broken wheelchairs on mont...

Is flying with a disability getting any better?

15 November, 2016 | Hits:7023

Is flying with a disability getting any better?

While growing numbers of disabled people travel by plane, improvements to access to air travel cannot be taken for granted.

US Judge ruling changes flying with disability in America

03 October, 2016 | Hits:6911

US Judge ruling changes flying with disability in …

Dismissing a lawsuit filed by a disabled woman against American Airlines, Judge Leslie E. Kobayashi has changed flying with a disability in the US for...

Abu Dhabi International Airport accessibility report

26 September, 2016 | Hits:6925

Abu Dhabi International Airport accessibility repo…

One of the fastest growing hubs in the Middle East, Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) is a disability-friendly infrastructure, built from inceptio...

US carriers playing dirty on air travel for disabled people

22 September, 2016 | Hits:5836

US carriers playing dirty on air travel for disabl…

The DOT’s Access Advisory Committee faces an uphill battle against US carriers who appear to be playing dirty on accessible air travel for passengers ...

What to do when airlines damage wheelchairs

06 September, 2016 | Hits:8805

What to do when airlines damage wheelchairs

Many people with reduced mobility dread flying with their personal wheelchairs in fear the airline could break it or lose it.

Edinburgh rated worst UK airport for disabled people

09 August, 2016 | Hits:5587

Edinburgh rated worst UK airport for disabled peop…

The UK CAA published a report following the assessment of how well UK airports assist people with disabilities.

Malaysia sets new rights for disabled people traveling by air

19 July, 2016 | Hits:6532

Malaysia sets new rights for disabled people trave…

The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) published a new set of consumer rights enhancing the rights of disabled people traveling by air.

Cebu Airport sets higher standards for passengers with hearing loss

13 July, 2016 | Hits:5377

Cebu Airport sets higher standards for passengers …

Second busiest in the Philippines, Mactan-Cebu International Airport recently raised the bar on airport accessibility making air travel easier for peo...

The impact of Brexit on Access to Air Travel Rights

04 July, 2016 | Hits:7115

The impact of Brexit on Access to Air Travel Right…

Ten days after the shock result of the EU Referendum, uncertainty on the impact of Brexit on the rights of disabled people traveling by air appears to...

Cairo new T2 set to raise the bar on airport accessibility

23 June, 2016 | Hits:8256

Cairo new T2 set to raise the bar on airport acces…

Closed in 2010 for renovations, the fully rebuilt Terminal 2 of Cairo International Airport embeds accessibility at its core.

Here is why BA and City airport should fix Athena’s wheelchair

13 June, 2016 | Hits:5601

Here is why BA and City airport should fix Athena’…

British Airways or London City airport have yet to repair Athena Stevens’ wheelchair one or both damaged eight months ago.

Is Brexit good or bad for the rights of disabled people traveling by air?

08 June, 2016 | Hits:6062

Is Brexit good or bad for the rights of disabled p…

Next June 23rd UK voters will go to the polling stations to decide whether their country will stay or leave the European Union.

Brisbane University takes lead on making flying with dementia easier

26 May, 2016 | Hits:4391

Brisbane University takes lead on making flying wi…

The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) of Brisbane, Australia, is set to release innovative tools that will make flying with dementia easier.

India SC orders SpiceJet pay disabled woman thrown off flight

13 May, 2016 | Hits:7211

India SC orders SpiceJet pay disabled woman thrown…

India’s Supreme Court ordered budget airline SpiceJet pay compensation to Jeeja Ghosh, a disabled woman thrown off a flight because of her disability....

Meet the obstacles of flying with hidden disabilities

05 May, 2016 | Hits:5003

Meet the obstacles of flying with hidden disabilit…

Two recent incidents, Susan Boyle’s at Heathrow T5 and rapper 50 Cent at Cincinnati airport are a reminder of the obstacles people with hidden disabil...

Efficiency or empathy what is best for disabled flyers

28 April, 2016 | Hits:4934

Efficiency or empathy what is best for disabled fl…

Disabled flyers' numbers are soaring, growing at double digit rates at airports across the world.

British Airways fined $150000 over poor handling of disability complaints

15 April, 2016 | Hits:7036

British Airways fined $150000 over poor handling o…

The US DOT fined three European airlines for not adequately responding to complaints filed by passengers with disabilities. 

British Airways lose Paralympian Pippa Britton wheelchair

14 April, 2016 | Hits:7174

British Airways lose Paralympian Pippa Britton whe…

On Wednesday, double Paralympian Pippa Britton had to voice her frustration on social media after British Airways sent her wheelchair to another airpo...

Etihad Airways apologise to disabled woman thrown off flight

07 April, 2016 | Hits:5221

Etihad Airways apologise to disabled woman thrown …

Abu Dhabi flag carrier Etihad Airways issued an unreserved apology to Ms. Dwi Ariyani, a disabled woman who last April 2nd was thrown off a flight fro...

Access to air travel needs radical change to meet future demand

21 March, 2016 | Hits:5080

Access to air travel needs radical change to meet …

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently announced that global passenger traffic has risen 6.5% in 2015 compared to 2014, well abov...

Focus on good practice to enhance access to air travel in Europe

14 March, 2016 | Hits:4572

Focus on good practice to enhance access to air tr…

On the eve of Passenger Terminal Conference 2016 in Cologne, the Head of Passenger Rights Unit at the EU Commission gives an insight on the state of a...

Virgin Australia fined for refusing blind man's guide dog on board

11 March, 2016 | Hits:5816

Virgin Australia fined for refusing blind man's gu…

Australia's Federal Court overturned a ruling ordering Virgin Australia to pay compensation for not allowing a blind man to take his guide dog on boar...

European airports trade association committed to give people with disabilities customer service excellence

10 March, 2016 | Hits:4700

European airports trade association committed to g…

A decade ago, the adoption of Regulation (EC) 1107/2006 marked a milestone in European transport, the European airports trade association ACI EUROPE s...

Lord Blunkett: ESAAG seeking to improve the journey for passengers with special needs

08 March, 2016 | Hits:6929

Lord Blunkett: ESAAG seeking to improve the journe…

The easyJet Special Assistance Advisory Group (ESAAG) was established in 2012 to provide feedback and guidance to easyJet on the services it provides ...

UK Aviation Minister Robert Goodwill praises industry efforts to meet the needs of people with invisible disabilities

02 March, 2016 | Hits:4100

UK Aviation Minister Robert Goodwill praises indus…

At the Airport Operators Association annual dinner on Tuesday, UK Aviation Minister Robert Goodwill MP praised airports and airlines making a differen...

Disabled passengers complaints rise 40 percent year on year in UK

17 February, 2016 | Hits:5879

Disabled passengers complaints rise 40 percent yea…

Data released by the UK CAA shows complaints filed against airlines and airports by disabled air travellers have risen by 40 percent between 2014 and ...

CAA vetting Athena Stevens complaint against British Airways

29 January, 2016 | Hits:4983

CAA vetting Athena Stevens complaint against Briti…

The UK Civil Aviation Authority is formally vetting the complaint filed by disabled entrepreneur Athena Stevens against British Airways and London Cit...

Disabled woman removed from British Airways flight

25 January, 2016 | Hits:10042

Disabled woman removed from British Airways flight…

Disabled entrepreneur Athena Stevens accuses British Airways and London City Airport of discrimination and neglect after being taken off a plane and h...

Eye opener lesson in Blind vs United Airlines ruling

20 January, 2016 | Hits:4398

Eye opener lesson in Blind vs United Airlines ruli…

United will not face class action over limited availability of accessible check-in kiosks at California’s airports, the Ninth Circuit ruled on Tuesday...

Disability complaints double in November 2015

17 January, 2016 | Hits:6769

Disability complaints double in November 2015

The latest issue of the Air Travel Consumer Report of the DOT all but confirms the alarming rise in disability-related complaints in the United States...

United fined $2 million over disability related complaints

08 January, 2016 | Hits:7298

United fined $2 million over disability related co…

The United States Department of Transportation announced on Thursday that the US fourth largest carrier United Airlines was fined $ 2 million over com...

Flying with disability in 2016

06 January, 2016 | Hits:4868

Flying with disability in 2016

Few days into the New Year we are taking a closer look at what flying with a disability will entail in 2016.

Flying with disability this Holiday Season

23 December, 2015 | Hits:3841

Flying with disability this Holiday Season

Preparedness and planning are essential to make flying with disability a seamless experience. Here are some useful tips for smooth flying this Holiday...

Air Canada ordered to stop discriminating against deaf-blind people

11 December, 2015 | Hits:4663

Air Canada ordered to stop discriminating against …

The Canadian Transportation Agency ordered Air Canada to change its policy requiring people who are both deaf and blind to travel with a companion.

Heightened security levels and flying with a disability

01 December, 2015 | Hits:4648

Heightened security levels and flying with a disab…

Ever since the tragic downing of a Russian jetliner over Egypt security levels have been heightened at airports across the world making flying with a ...

Alarming data from US Air Travel Consumer Report

13 November, 2015 | Hits:4830

Alarming data from US Air Travel Consumer Report

The Air Travel Consumer Report of the US DOT for September 2015 shows the sharpest rise ever in disability related complaints, 115 vs 60 of September ...

UK CAA improve access to information for disabled passengers

12 November, 2015 | Hits:3983

UK CAA improve access to information for disabled …

Getting information on accessibility and services available to disabled people at the airport and on planes is the milestone of access to air travel. ...

Essential information for wheelchair users returning from Egypt

07 November, 2015 | Hits:6809

Essential information for wheelchair users returni…

The downing of Metrojet flight 9268 on 31 October resulted on the UK Government imposing restrictions on checked luggage and wheelchairs.

Terror alert affecting wheelchair users returning from Sharm el Sheikh

05 November, 2015 | Hits:4220

Terror alert affecting wheelchair users returning …

Easyjet just posted rules imposed by the UK Government affecting wheelchair users currently waiting to return to the UK from Sharm el Sheikh.

Manchester Airport to host hoist trial for passengers with reduced mobility

04 November, 2015 | Hits:6682

Manchester Airport to host hoist trial for passeng…

Listening to requests from passengers with reduced mobility, Manchester Airport and OCS will be operating a trial of Haycomp’s Eagle 2 Hoist between T...

New lounge for disabled passengers to open at Munich airport

04 November, 2015 | Hits:4566

New lounge for disabled passengers to open at Muni…

Munich Airport is taking disabled passenger experience to the next level with the opening of the new Satellite Terminal in April 2016.

Wheelchair accessible air travel crucial for disabled people

24 October, 2015 | Hits:8613

Wheelchair accessible air travel crucial for disab…

Darcee Neal is the latest person with a disability to gain instant celebrity because of problems with wheelchair assistance while traveling by air.

New indoor service animal relief area at Chicago O’Hare airport

21 October, 2015 | Hits:4908

New indoor service animal relief area at Chicago O…

Passengers traveling through O’Hare airport with service animals no longer need to clear security to relieve their four legged companions.

"Can't help you board" Air Canada leave disabled man at gate

17 October, 2015 | Hits:7426

"Can't help you board" Air Canada leave …

Jerremy Lorch is filing charges against Air Canada for violating the Air Carrier Access Act after airline staff said they could not help the wheelchai...

Disabled man with rare condition missing at Houston International Airport

13 October, 2015 | Hits:7359

Disabled man with rare condition missing at Housto…

Austin Police are seeking help from members of the public to locate disabled Robert Harrison, 38, who was last seen at Houston airport on Sunday.

Qatar Airways takes lead in global fight against blindness

13 October, 2015 | Hits:4188

Qatar Airways takes lead in global fight against b…

For two years starting September 2015 Qatar Airways will be the official airline of global blindness prevention charity Orbis UK.

US Authorities investigating Jet2 disability rules

06 October, 2015 | Hits:5062

US Authorities investigating Jet2 disability rules

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) is investigating low cost airline Jet2 conditions of carriage for disabled passengers.

Bassaka Air charge disabled woman USD240 for Ambulift

29 September, 2015 | Hits:5118

Bassaka Air charge disabled woman USD240 for Ambul…

Cambodian airline Bassaka Air and Siem Raep airport have been accused of discriminating against disabled people after charging a disabled woman USD240...

Qantas pledge to meet disabled campaigner needs

21 September, 2015 | Hits:5703

Qantas pledge to meet disabled campaigner needs

Australian flag carrier Qantas issued a note on Monday pledging to meet the needs of disabled campaigner Kim Jago.

Sharp rise of disability related complaints in US air travel

18 September, 2015 | Hits:4131

Sharp rise of disability related complaints in US …

This month's Air Travel Consumer Report of the US Department of Transportation shows disability complaints are up 30% in July 2015 compared to the yea...

Hoists replacing manual handling to get disabled people on planes

16 September, 2015 | Hits:18565

Hoists replacing manual handling to get disabled p…

Manual handling to get on and off planes can be an unpleasant experience as veteran frequent flyer Martyn Sibley explains.

ONCE Foundation launch survey on Spanish accessible tourism

09 September, 2015 | Hits:4442

ONCE Foundation launch survey on Spanish accessibl…

ONCE Foundation for cooperation and social Inclusion of disabled people celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013. 

Easyjet now offering aisle chairs on all planes

03 September, 2015 | Hits:7287

Easyjet now offering aisle chairs on all planes

Passengers with a physical disability can now rely on moving around the cabin on easyjet flights with aisle chairs now available on all planes.

Exclusive interview with US DOT on Hong Kong CAD disability discrimination rule

01 September, 2015 | Hits:4883

Exclusive interview with US DOT on Hong Kong CAD d…

Last June, Reduced Mobility Rights came across a discriminatory rule of the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department limiting access to air travel for disa...

American Airlines sued for losing dementia sufferer

26 August, 2015 | Hits:5195

American Airlines sued for losing dementia suffere…

A woman is suing American Airlines after her father, who suffers from dementia, went missing before boarding a flight from New York to Haiti.

Sydney Airport and Ronald McDonald House Charities partner for Christmas fundraiser

13 August, 2015 | Hits:5345

Sydney Airport and Ronald McDonald House Charities…

Sydney Airport announced Ronald McDonald House Charities as the charity partner for the 2015 Sydney Airport Community Christmas Giving Appeal.

Palma de Mallorca airport admit to not assisting British child with autism

05 August, 2015 | Hits:7538

Palma de Mallorca airport admit to not assisting B…

Palma de Mallorca airport services issued an apology after a nine year old British child with autism was denied pre-booked assistance.

UK CAA investigating Jet2 policy banning disabled people from flying

29 July, 2015 | Hits:6171

UK CAA investigating Jet2 policy banning disabled …

The UK Civil Aviation Authority is investigating budget airline Jet2 terms and conditions preventing disabled people to fly. 

Lufthansa useful FAQ on travelling with children

28 July, 2015 | Hits:13289

Lufthansa useful FAQ on travelling with children

Germany's flag carrier Lufthansa published a useful FAQ to help families travelling with infants and children make the most of their flights.

Jet2 ban to include disabled electric wheelchair users

23 July, 2015 | Hits:8193

Jet2 ban to include disabled electric wheelchair u…

Some severely disabled wheelchairs users forcibly joined the list of passengers banned from flying with low cost airline Jet2.

Miss your flight not your wheelchair, Delta App bridges rebooking gaps

21 July, 2015 | Hits:5071

Miss your flight not your wheelchair, Delta App br…

Long delays and cancellations cause havoc for people on connecting flights, even more so for those who request wheelchair assistance at the airport.

University Professor names and shames Heathrow services for the disabled

15 July, 2015 | Hits:5216

University Professor names and shames Heathrow ser…

Stanford University Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer named and shamed London Heathrow airport services for disabled people in an article published on Fortune...

Prev Next Page:

There are no articles in this category. If subcategories display on this page, they may have articles.

Testimonials

We had an insulting and physically damaging experience on board an international flight. We approached Reduced Mobility Rights and received support to reach a resolution.

Michael and Sara Heymann

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
 

 

DONATE

You have the power to make a difference. Donate now to help us make access to air travel easier for everyone.

Amount: 

Newsletter

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.