BELFAST, 2016-Aug-10 — /Travel PR News/ — New UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) report rates airports on quality of assistance for passengers with a disability or reduced mobility and we’re delighted to announce that George Best Belfast City Airport has achieved a rating of ‘very good’ and has ranked amongst the top 10 airports in the UK.
In relation to the findings of the CAA report, Mark Beattie, Director of Operations at George Best Belfast City Airport, said:
“We warmly welcome the findings of this report which ranks Belfast City Airport as one of the top 10 airports in the UK for supporting passengers with a disability or reduced mobility.
“Providing the best possible assistance to all our passengers, including those with mobility restrictions, is of the utmost importance to Belfast City Airport.
“As such, we are delighted that the CAA has recognised our efforts to consistently provide a high level of assistance, maintain regular consultations with disability organisations and to publish up to date information on our website.
“We are particularly pleased that our passenger surveys have revealed a high level of satisfaction with our product and services.
“We look forward to working closely with the CAA in the future to maintain this standard of support.”
The CAA’s full report ‘Accessible Air Travel: Airport Performance Report 2015/16’ provides a full explanation of how each ranking is defined.
SOURCE: Belfast City Airport