5 Tips for Disabled Holiday TravelHoliday arrangements and travel plans are often taken for granted by most, but it is a sad fact that historic difficulties have led to people with mobility issues losing faith in the travel industry and choosing not to go on holiday to save them from facing the host of problems that they have experienced. While nowadays things are vastly improved, it is clear that things can still get better and that the travel industry must work to regain the trust of disabled travellers. In 2015, for example, a Civil Aviation Authority survey that gauged attitudes regarding air travel found that among those who fly very occasionally, those with disabilities are 13% less likely to choose air travel as a result of fears as to whether they would receive the help that they need.
- Think about exploring the UK
- Choose the right airline
- Get adequate cover
- Book all transport in advance