Air travel can be an arduous experience for people with reduced mobility. Such passengers have to usually inform their airline in advance about their specific assistance needs at the airport which often leads to problems due to lapses in coordination between the airline and the airport.
A UK-based firm has developed a unique solution to streamline air travel assistance procedures for people with reduced mobility, according to the Apex Editor’s blog.
The solution, called abletofly, relies on a centralized database storing all the user-provided data required for air-travel assistance. This information is usually submitted by reduced mobility passengers through an online form or over the phone.
When the users of the service travel, abletofly contacts the airlines on their behalf and provides the data regarding their specific needs, thereby leading to a seamless air travel experience.