The government appears to be ignoring pleas to clamp down on significant areas of discrimination against disabled air passengers.
The aviation regulator is being forced to change guidance that appears to discriminate against many disabled people who want to take their assistance dogs with them on commercial flights.
The equality watchdog has called for the courts to decide if airlines are discriminating against disabled people by refusing to allow them to make simple alterations to tickets bought for their personal assistants (PAs).
A disabled woman is having to pay hundreds of pounds extra to fly to Canada to visit a friend because British Airways (BA) has refused to make a simple alteration to a ticket she bought for one of her two personal assistants (PAs).
Disabled campaigners are seeking to persuade the Welsh government to introduce a new scheme that would see service-providers displaying stickers that show how accessible they are.
A very detailed discussion on the problems and possible solutions for air travel for wheelchair users and electric wheelchairs.
A trial scheme to help people with invisible / hidden disabilities to get help at the airport has been launched and seems worthwhile expanding including to Australia.
A wheelchair user was subjected to an embarrassing, intrusive and excessive security scan.
Advice on how to plan ahead when a child with cerebral palsy needs to fly.
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