whitePaper | October 10, 2022
Travel has probably crossed all of our minds at some point in the last few months. Holidays abroad, daytrips with the kids, or music festivals are all familiar summer experiences that require us to think about how we’ll get from A to B. But for disabled people, travelling anywhere is far from easy. For many, this summer has been one of renewed excitement and opportunity, with international travel being possible for the first time since the pandemic. Unfortunately, for people with disabilities, travel is all too often inaccessible, uncomfortable, and expensive. A recent survey found that two-thirds of the seven million Britons with limited mobility avoid flying altogether because it is so difficult.