accessible flying

Travel & Holidays

Campaigning for better air travel for disabled people – WE NEED YOUR HELP

Air travel is currently inadequate for many disabled people, leaving them frustrated instead of ready to enjoy a holiday. Help…

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Travel & Holidays

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…

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Travel & Holidays

Able2fly: improving accessible travel

Despite air travel becoming more accessible, the process of booking and organising assistance is often still a pain. Able2fly aims…

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Travel & Holidays

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…

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Travel & Holidays

Accessible New York City

Freddie Sheffield tells Disability Horizons about his recent trip to New York City, from the Empire State Building to Central…

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Travel & Holidays

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.…

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Travel & Holidays

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,…

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Lifestyle

Gliding with MS

New Disability Horizons contributor, Philip Bryant, has Multiple Sclerosis and has had to use a wheelchair for the last two…

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