Air travel in Europe

Ryanair, recently in the news due to its policy of charging for the use of wheelchairs, is back with Ryanair is attacked for ejecting blind passengers.

On the plus side, and resulting partially from the Ryanair wheelchair suit, Airport agreement to end discrimination against disabled:

A new agreement ensuring all European Union airports are made fully accessible prohibits airlines from discriminating against passengers over age or disabilities, a minister said today.

Mr Cullen said it would be up to each member state to lay down penalties and set up independent bodies to deal with complaints.

An agreement was also reached among the 25 member states to open formal negotiations between the EU and US on opening up transatlantic air travel between Europe and the US to far greater competition.



  1. Jeannette Randall

    Have you travelled to Britian with your chair yet? The hubby and I are considering a long vacation in the UK. We’re thinking of one of those fly-drive deals where we land, get a voucher book and a car, and we’re off on our own. Vouchers for 7 nights in hotels (the last next to the airport) and 7 dinners, ferry crossings to the mainland and Scottland, and the like. Sounds great… if I can get around. :P

  2. Patricia Tryon

    Ever flown Ryanair? The only thing to commend them is their price. Otherwise…

  3. mdmhvonpa

    Wow … those EU Companies … so progressive!

  4. Patricia Tryon

    Cool gerberas. VERY cool vases.


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