United Airlines expands their accessibility offerings for visually impaired travellers.
United Airlines has become the first US airline to feature braille in aircraft cabin interiors.
A dozen aircraft have been fitted out with braille markings for seat rows and numbers, as well as inside and outside the toilets. It’s the beginning of a plan to roll out braille in every plane in its fleet by 2026.
The move is designed to make travel more accessible for those with disabilities. According to the US Department of Transportation, in 2019, around 27 million people with disabilities travelled by air.
Linda Jojo, Executive Vice President andChief Customer Officer for United articulated, “By adding more
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