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Flying While Disabled is a dynamic reporting project exploring the state of airline accessibility. We want our reporting to be guided by travelers, airline industry workers and anyone else with relevant experiences or ideas for how to make flying better for everyone.
Our guiding questions include, but are not limited to:
- What is air travel like with a disability?
- Why is it important that air travel be accessible for all?
- How can air travel be made more accessible?
- What advice can frequent travelers share?
- What best practices have airline and airport workers identified?
- How well have public and corporate leaders done guaranteeing compliance with the Air Carrier Access Act and working for overall accessibility improvements?
Below, we’ve included information on how to contact us or contribute to ongoing surveys about particular topics.
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Contact the project leaders
Editor Emily Le Coz
Reporter Jayme Fraser
Office: (941) 361-4923
Encrypted messages with the Signal app: (541) 362-1393
Mail: Jayme Fraser ℅ Sarasota Herald Tribune, 1777 Main Street, Sarasota, FL 34236
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