Monday, February 19, 2007

UK airlines should have to follow DDA says group's leader

Allowing airlines an exemption to the UK's Disability Discrimination Act seems to be resulting in a lack of service, the leader of one prominent rights for the disabled organization says. "Some areas of serious failings by flight operators found by this research would be made unlawful if disabled people's rights were to be extended as we propose. It would also send a clear message to the aviation industry that gratuitous discrimination against disabled people is not to be tolerated," said DPTAC Chairman Neil Betteridge. (Photo from


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