Four airports found to be failing disabled passengers

Four airports found to be failing disabled passengers
 

Four of the UK's 30 biggest airports are falling short in providing access for disabled travellers, the Civil Aviation Authority said.
London Gatwick airport, criticised by BBC journalist and wheelchair user Frank Gardner last year, is named as failing to meet expectations.
Birmingham and London Stansted airports are also in need of improvement, the CAA said.
Bottom of the list is Manchester, rated as "poor" for the second year running.
Mr Gardner has said airlines and airports take too long to help disabled passengers disembark from planes.
He has also criticised Heathrow for... read more

 
13 July 2018 in Business, Views: 64
Source: BBC
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