Traveling with a disability has always been what some might call a “flight risk.” There are so many things that can go wrong whenever we leave our immediate environments, especially when we go places we have no direct control over.
Let’s face it – accessibility is rare in public environments despite its necessity. Not everything that is called “accessible” is truly accessible for everyone depending on their disability.
Airlines are a frequently inaccessible form of travel for disabled individuals. In recent years, individuals with disabilities have begun speaking up about the damage and destruction wreaked on their mobility aids when flying both domestically and internationally.Read more on themighty.com