Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has introduced a new service app to support passengers who are blind or have low vision as they travel.
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Edmonton International Airport has adopted a new service designed for passengers who have visual impairments, as the airport continues to strive to be an inclusive and accessible airport for everyone.
Kirk Goodlet, Director of Terminal Operations at Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG), anticipates the needs of future passengers.
The new app will be trialled at three PANYNJ-managed airports, providing navigation assistance for passengers who are visually impaired.
Denver is to provide visually-impaired guests with a service that describes the airport's surroundings via their phone camera.
Blind and visually-impaired passengers can now access free 24/7 assistance at Gatwick Airport via the camera on mobile phones.
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The Aira app helps the visually impaired by connecting them to a trained professional to help with day-to-day activities.
The Port of Seattle has announced a new pilot programme to help people who are blind or visually impaired access a new assistive technology to safely and independently use Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.