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Flying solo: my first experience of travelling alone as a disabled passenger

Blogger Tracey Ebbs recently discovered that navigating through an airport with Multiple Sclerosis, on her own, comes with a fair few challenges, especially when things don’t go according to plan…

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Able2fly: improving accessible travel

Despite air travel becoming more accessible, the process of booking and organising assistance is often still a pain. Able2fly aims to change that by creating a streamlined request system. Here’s

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Mexico: accessible or not?

Have you ever wanted to go to Mexico but wondered whether it’s accessible? Read about wheelchair user Laurie Young’s experience of travelling there and the accessible resort in ‘paradise’. My

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Accessible New York City

Freddie Sheffield tells Disability Horizons about his recent trip to New York City, from the Empire State Building to Central Park, plus all the adventures and mishaps in between. During

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Making flying accessible to everyone

Accessibility to a service is a key factor for inclusion; unfortunately this is not always achieved in the airline industry. Roberto Castiglioni talks to us about his experiences of with

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Adventuring from the norm in Oslo: part 1

Tempted to visit Scandinavia but not sure how accessible it will be? Wheelchair user and commercial accessibility consultant, Sarah Rennie, tells us about her trip to the capital city of

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Gliding with MS

New Disability Horizons contributor, Philip Bryant, has Multiple Sclerosis and has had to use a wheelchair for the last two years. Philip shares his experience of gliding and how he