Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Airlines Wary Over Disability Law

See this report from the BBC, which begins:

New EU legislation which will put the onus on airports to help disabled passengers could lead to increased costs, airlines say.

The proposals, to be set out on Wednesday, are the first European laws on disability rights.

Assistance for disabled passengers will be provided by airports centrally rather than by individual airlines.

But the Association of European Airlines (AEA) said this will put 30p on the price of every ticket.


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