Ministers outline plan for disabled people's air travel

Ministers outline plan for disabled people's air travel
 

New measures to improve air travel for disabled passengers are being considered by the government.
They could include a limit on the time passengers wait for assistance boarding and disembarking, and quicker reunions with their wheelchairs.
The issues faced by disabled flyers were recently highlighted by the BBC's Frank Gardner, whose wheelchair was lost at Heathrow Airport.
The government said it wants to ensure a "positive" flying experience.
Ministers are also talking to the aviation industry about developing priority storage for wheelchairs so that they can be returned to... read more

 
4 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 40
Source: BBC
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