Gatwick Airport holds a successful event to make airports feel like ‘a less scary place for people with hidden disability, their families and carers

Travelling through an airport can be a challenge for people with restricted mobility and/ or a hidden disability Event designed to give an overview of airport processes before people travel Airports from across the world contacting Gatwick about introducing a Hidden Disability Lanyard scheme GATWICK, UK, 2018-Apr-10 — /Travel PR News/ — Airports can be challenging, confusing environments and… Read the full press release

Gatwick Airport announces Wilson James as its preferred supplier of Special Assistance Services

New preferred provider will deliver high quality service for passengers through investment in people, training and equipment Decision made by Gatwick and partners including Airline Operators Committee and public experts on the airport’s Passenger Advisory Group Staff from existing supplier expected to transfer to the new provider Gatwick and its airlines have defined new improved… Read the full press release

Gatwick Airport’s hidden disability lanyard recognised for its support for passengers with Dementia

Gatwick committed to becoming an internationally recognised dementia friendly airport Airport praised for forward-thinking approach of lanyard Every member of Gatwick’s Assistance Team has received Dementia Friends training LONDON, 2016-Dec-06 — /Travel PR News/ — The successful rollout of a hidden disability lanyard at Gatwick Airport has been recognised for its forward-thinking approach towards supporting passengers… Read the full press release