United Airlines has earnt perfect marks on a disability equality index for both employee and travellers disability access.
TPE said in a statement that, following discussions with the Department for Transport and Rail North Partnership, it had decided not to introduce any Mark Three trains (without any provision for wheelchair-users) into passenger service.
A wheelchair user was subjected to an embarrassing, intrusive and excessive security scan.
The government appears to be ignoring pleas to clamp down on significant areas of discrimination against disabled air passengers.
From July, TransPennine Express (TPE) is to introduce two extra trains, each with four carriages, all of which will be inaccessible to wheelchair-users.
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 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).
3 quick tips on how to make your next air travel less stressful and more accessible.