Thursday, May 10, 2007

Manchester (UK) Airport to upgrade accessibility

Manchester Airport in the UK has announced the purchase of new accessibility equipment -- and perhaps even more important -- training for those working there on "passengers with restricted movement." Said Claire Longden, the airport's manager of ground services: "The decision to implement the service early gives us a great opportunity to improve the existing service in order to meet our customers' expectations for the future and to deliver an even higher quality service."
Yes improving accessibility is always about the future. (photo via


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