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British Airways launches a dedicated customer service team for disabled passengers

British Airways Accessibility Team is a dedicated customer service for passengers with hidden and visible disabilities. Find out more about…

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Top 5 mobility aids to rent for your next holiday

Travelling soon and worried about bringing your mobility aids along, such as a ramp, hoist and bath aids? Skip the…

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Disabled holidays: why the city of Setúbal is a hidden jewel

Looking for your next disabled holiday? Portugal4All Sense's has an EXCLUSIVE holiday package to Setúbal in Portugal for Disability Horizons.…

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Paris: an accessible destination for everyone

If you're a wheelchair user or have mobility problems and are thinking of travelling to Paris, read this article from…

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Did you know that India is surprisingly accessible?

Many people assume that India is completely inaccessible if you have a disability. Neha Arora, whose parents are both disabled,…

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10 accessible cities to visit across the UK for anyone with a disability

Planning a day trip or holiday can take a great deal of time and effort if you’re disabled. You need…

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Disability and travel: the easy way to transport your equipment and luggage on holiday

One of the most frustrating and stressful parts of a trip away can be transporting, handling and protecting your luggage…

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Disability and travel: accessible Portugal and Lisbon

Back in July, we heard from sisters Daniela and Rita, founders of Portugal 4all Senses, as they rounded up the top 10 accessible attractions…

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Disability and travel: why Berlin and Hamburg are definitely worth visiting

Disability Horizons writer Wolf, a wheelchair user from New Zealand, has set off on a four-month-long trip to a number…

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Explore the world with Lonely Planet’s Accessible Travel Phrasebook

Part of what makes travelling with a disability tricky is trying to convey your needs to a total stranger, in…

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