Survey says improvements needed in air travel for disabled passengers

265 disabled passengers from the UK took part in a survey – run by online magazine Disability Horizons – to find out their experiences of accessible air travel within the last five years.

64% of the disabled passengers we spoke to found it difficult to locate information about flying as a disabled passenger when booking a flight.

Nearly 50% of respondents said they couldn’t access the toilets during flights.

For the 71 people we spoke to who haven’t flown in the last five years, the majority said that it was because “it’s too much hassle to fly”…

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