For the first time since the report began, no UK airports were marked as 'poor' in the CAA's annual report for airport accessibility.
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Cardiff Airport is inviting passengers and third-sector organisations to have their say on accessibility as members of a new PRM and Disability Forum
Gatwick's recent award recognises its investment into staff training as the airport focuses on giving every passenger an equal opportunity to fly.
A new scheme will challenge the traditional ideas of passenger experience with customer social care, assisted by resources from Carlow University.
It is the aim of an airport to ease the journey and ensure it is a positive experience for all passengers, including those with reduced mobility or additional needs. Although the intention is the same, how airports are approaching this varies.
The new service provides a qualified professional to assist passengers who need extra assistance; ensuring a high-quality experience for all.
Blind and visually-impaired passengers can now access free 24/7 assistance at Gatwick Airport via the camera on mobile phones.
Edinburgh Airport upgrades its technology to allow a more personal connection between a passenger with reduced mobility and the airport's control room.
Ahead of World Autism Awareness Day, on 2 April 2019, Hermes Airports is raising awareness for the challenges people with autism face while travelling through an airport.
A new lanyard system at Cork Airport is hoped to allow people with hidden disabilities to gain the help they need to better navigate the airport.
Following a meeting with airlines and allergy sufferers, the Government wants to see improved clarity and consistency in how the aviation industry deals with allergies.
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The new electric vehicles are able to carry up to seven passengers through the terminals quickly, efficiently and safely, improving mobility through the airport.
Vancouver International has received the gold rating from the RHFAC programme and is the first airport to receive the rating.
An investment of £23 million for the 6,000 visually impaired passengers that travel through Heathrow each year results in an app which connects those in need to trained professionals.