Changi Airport Group has launched new initiatives to create a more inclusive travel experience for passengers with invisible disabilities.
The ‘Autism Friendly Spaces’ quality label was created to support organisations in making experiences more accessible to persons who are on the spectrum.
To kick off Mobility Awareness Month, 10 new wheelchair charging stations have been installed at Miami International Airport (MIA).
Tulsa International Airport (TUL) is working with Dementia Friendly Tulsa to become the first dementia-friendly airport in the United States.
Wellington Airport is the first airport in New Zealand to launch the Hidden Disability initiative, which was first introduced in the UK.
Glasgow has received the highest ‘Very Good’ rating from the UK Civil Aviation Authority for disability access for the second successive year.
The Sunflower Lanyard program debuted today at MCO, providing an extra layer of assistance for those coping with hidden disabilities.