• Airbus’ Space Flex: Assisting passengers with reduced mobility

    On 3 December, the EU is marking "European Day for People with Disabilities." The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus is already doing its part to help passengers with reduced mobility fly more easily. Airbus' "Space Flex" concept has reshaped its single-aisle aircraft to provide far greater access to the toilets. In addition, this new rear-cabin configuration option already exists on the company’s larger aircraft.

    published: 01 Dec 2014
  • Mobility assistance at Gatwick Airport (subtitled)

    At Gatwick we pride ourselves on the service we offer all our passengers. We know flying can be stressful, especially when you're in need of a little extra assistance at the airport. In this video, we meet the Gatwick team who help passengers with reduced mobility, including people who are blind, people who are deaf and those who experience mobility difficulties. More information: http://www.gatwickairport.com/at-the-airport/passenger-services/special-assistance/

    published: 13 Aug 2012
  • Accessibility for all, module 4: Assisting a passenger who is blind or partially sighted

    Accessibility for all is a comprehensive suite of training videos designed to instruct transportation personnel on how to assist persons with disabilities.

    published: 05 Jun 2014
  • Emergency Situations and Assisting Passengers

    published: 20 Apr 2016
  • Passenger Assistant Training Intro

    Thinking of becoming a Passenger Assistant? This is first 2 mins of a film we produced for Essex County Council that gives you a real insight into the role. Director Simon J Frith. Camera Peter Curtis. Presenter Yemi Sawyerr.

    published: 03 Apr 2013
  • Let's Go! - Assisting Blind Passengers

    Educational video made in conjunction with the Southland Branch of Blind Citizens NZ. For your own SeeThru Video, visit http://www.seethruvideos.com/

    published: 24 Oct 2014
  • Equal rights for passengers with reduced mobility

    http://ec.europa.eu/snapshot2008/index_en.htm The 2008 selection of ten success stories where EU action has led to tangible results in the everyday lives of citizens. These range from measures to mitigate the financial crisis to ensuring the safety of toys.

    published: 17 Dec 2008
  • Wheelchair Service At McCarran

    McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas For passengers who need assistance navigating through McCarran International Airport, courtesy wheelchair service is available at both terminals. This valuable amenity is helpful to customers and is why Passenger Service Agents and Mobility Assistance Representatives, are at your service. McCarran Website: https://www.mccarran.com McCarran Accessibility information: https://www.mccarran.com/Find/Accessibility.aspx

    published: 18 Mar 2016
  • SideBull AMBULIFT for boarding of passengers with reduced mobility PRM

    The patented SideBull Ambulift from Bulmor was co-developed with Lufthansa Leos in 2002 and is one of the most used ambulift vehicles for the boarding of passengers with reduced mobility (PRM) at European airports. -70% faster docking procedure -Functional one-man operation -Embarking from ground level -Wind stability up to 100km/h -Robust and time proven sideloader technology Further information: www.bulmor-airground.com

    published: 22 May 2017
  • Accessibility for all, module 5: Assisting a traveller who is deaf or hard of hearing

    Accessibility for all is a comprehensive suite of training videos designed to instruct transportation personnel on how to assist persons with disabilities.

    published: 05 Jun 2014
  • PRM Training (Passengers with Reduced Mobility)

    This course covers all aspects of dealing with PRMs and other passengers with special needs. You can attend this online training on http://www.butterfly-training.ie/

    published: 21 Oct 2014
  • Get Wheelchair Travel Tips on Airports and Plane Flights: check-in, security, aisle chairs and more!

    WATCH this wheelie girl in a wheelchair travel through airport security, gate and onto a plane; showing you what it's like and giving tips along the way for others. ARTICLE on accessible air travel here: http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/traveling-with-medical-equipment-or-a-wheelchair-handicap-limited-mobility-or-senior-at-airports-airplanes-and-all-aboutflying-faa-tsa-air-carriers-act/ More tips on booking a plane flight here: http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/index.php?page=travel-journals&desc=accessible-travel-tips-booking-a-hotel-plane-flight-and-car-rental- Tips on packing for solo wheelchair traveling: http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/index.php?page=travel-journals&desc=luggage-tips-for-wheelchair-travel Tips for Air Travel with a Power Wheelchair: http://www.wheelchairtrav...

    published: 25 Oct 2012
  • Sheremetyevo International Airport provides innovative services for passengers with reduced mobility

    Sheremetyevo Airport offers passengers with reduced mobility individual help in terminals, including during boarding and disembarking from aircraft. At Sheremetyevo Airport, any passenger can get the information he/she needs by contacting the information desk or check-in counter, using the communication channel of an interactive touch—screen counter (installed in terminals) or by notifying the airport of an upcoming trip via feedback channels.

    published: 22 Nov 2013
  • Alaska Airlines: Assisting the Visually Impaired

    An informational video produced by Alaska Airlines with assistance from Guide Dogs for the Blind. The video is intended for Alaska Airlines staff training on how to effectively assist airline passengers who are visually impaired. The video features GDB grad Jake Koch and his yellow Lab guide dog Angelina.

    published: 12 Nov 2014
  • Aena | People with reduced mobility

    All European airports offer assistance to passengers with reduced mobility (PRM). This European Union measure represents great social progress for disabled people and, therefore, all the financial, material and human resources have been put in place to enable all Spanish Airports to provide a quality service that guarantees access to air travel for everyone and between all points within European territory, irrespective of their disability. Exclusively those passengers whose mobility when using transport is reduced due to any physical disability (sensory or locomotor, permanent or temporary), intellectual disability, age or any other cause of disability that requires special attention and the adaptation of the service made available to all passengers to his or her particular needs. Please...

    published: 07 Jul 2017
  • Robots assist passengers, clean floors at South Korean airport

    In South Korea's Incheon International Airport, two robot prototypes have been deployed: the Airport Guide Robot and the Airport Cleaning Robot. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing

    published: 23 Jul 2017
  • 14 BIGGEST SECRETS of Flight Attendants!

    Secrets flight attendants don’t want you to know! These top facts about airplanes and flying that only flight attendants and insiders know 14. Unsanitary Incidents- A lot of passengers like to remove their shoes when they get to their seat and just relax for the rest of the flight. But the inside of airplanes isn't always as clean as it looks. Even though flight attendants clean after the plane has landed, not all messes are accounted for. Many unsanitary incidents occur during trips that passengers consider or rarely see like unexpected bathroom accidents and sickness. People also change their baby's diapers on the table trays and not every tabletop gets thoroughly wiped between each flight. Plus, the complimentary blankets you receive in the coach’s class are only fresh during the first...

    published: 07 Apr 2017
  • Smooth travelling for passengers with reduced mobility | Finavia

    Our employees at Oulu Airport received training on assistance services such as the right technique in helping wheelchair passengers board an aircraft. Passengers with reduced mobility can request assistance during their air travel. Finavia's staff and the assistance systems and services on all our airports across Finland are on place to make traveling smooth and safe for passengers with reduced mobility.

    published: 13 Mar 2017
  • Air Access

    Air Access is a concept designed by Priestmangoode that facilitates air travel for passengers with reduced mobility (PRMs) by enabling an easier transition from gate to aircraft. The ingenious design aims to reduce the indignity and discrimination that PRMs face when travelling by air. How it works: The Air Access concept consists of two elements: a detachable wheelchair by which passengers can be transported onto and off of the plane, and a fixed-frame aisle seat on the aircraft into which the wheelchair is mated to create a regular airline seat. Ground services staff assist the passenger into the Air Access wheelchair seat in the departure gate or on the jetway, where there is ample space to manoeuvre. When seated, the passenger is wheeled onto the plane. Once onboard, the wheelchair's 3...

    published: 30 Apr 2014
  • Air France - Saphir for Disabled & reduced mobility passengers [en]

    Air France does everything possible to provide passengers with reduced mobility or a high body mass with the assistance they need. Discover our services and offers to make your trip as pleasant and comfortable as possible. http://www.airfrance.fr/FR/en/common/guidevoyageur/assistance/guide_assistance_particuliere.htm

    published: 11 Apr 2012
  • Аssistance to Passengers with Reduced Mobility at Sofia Airport

    published: 14 Nov 2014
  • What Is A Gate Agent?

    Gate agents work at the boarding gates of airports where passengers board their flights and arriving planes drop off 13 nov 2010 gate are tasked with driving jetway, opening door, arranging for wheelchairs unaccompanied minors, directing to connecting gates, clearing standbys, checking new crew, passengers, bags, closing pulling jetway all within about an hour per 26 oct 2011 we asked airline tell us jobs what they love it, hate whether, in fact, you have a better 10 feb 2015 ah, yes, personnel standing that small desk filled outdated computers near entrance job description agent. If a job that requires travel is not for you, but the benefits sound enticing, becoming an airline gate agent may be right fit. Here's what gate agents do and here's how (and why) you can get airline agent jobs j...

    published: 15 Aug 2017
  • American Airlines Flight Attendant Altercation With Passenger, Friday 21st April 2017

    It's alleged that an American Airlines flight attendant assaulted a women with a small child on board Flight AA591. The service was scheduled to operate from SFO to DFW (Friday 21st April, 2017). http://www.flight.org/ http://www.facebook.com/flightorg http://www.twitter.com/flightorg

    published: 22 Apr 2017
  • Training for Volunteers in Disaster Shelters: Assisting a Blind Person (Captioned)

    published: 17 Jan 2013
  • Emergency Situations and Assisting Passengers

    published: 20 Apr 2016
  • Passenger Assistance

    published: 05 Jun 2017
  • AD03AVX - Driver Assists Passenger With Attempted Assault

    And a professional driver, no less.

    published: 28 Nov 2015
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Airbus’ Space Flex: Assisting passengers with reduced mobility

Airbus’ Space Flex: Assisting passengers with reduced mobility

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  • Updated: 01 Dec 2014
  • views: 27377
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On 3 December, the EU is marking "European Day for People with Disabilities." The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus is already doing its part to help passengers with reduced mobility fly more easily. Airbus' "Space Flex" concept has reshaped its single-aisle aircraft to provide far greater access to the toilets. In addition, this new rear-cabin configuration option already exists on the company’s larger aircraft.
https://wn.com/Airbus’_Space_Flex_Assisting_Passengers_With_Reduced_Mobility
Mobility assistance at Gatwick Airport (subtitled)

Mobility assistance at Gatwick Airport (subtitled)

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  • Updated: 13 Aug 2012
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At Gatwick we pride ourselves on the service we offer all our passengers. We know flying can be stressful, especially when you're in need of a little extra assistance at the airport. In this video, we meet the Gatwick team who help passengers with reduced mobility, including people who are blind, people who are deaf and those who experience mobility difficulties. More information: http://www.gatwickairport.com/at-the-airport/passenger-services/special-assistance/
https://wn.com/Mobility_Assistance_At_Gatwick_Airport_(Subtitled)
Accessibility for all, module 4: Assisting a passenger who is blind or partially sighted

Accessibility for all, module 4: Assisting a passenger who is blind or partially sighted

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  • Duration: 8:52
  • Updated: 05 Jun 2014
  • views: 5484
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Accessibility for all is a comprehensive suite of training videos designed to instruct transportation personnel on how to assist persons with disabilities.
https://wn.com/Accessibility_For_All,_Module_4_Assisting_A_Passenger_Who_Is_Blind_Or_Partially_Sighted
Emergency Situations and Assisting Passengers

Emergency Situations and Assisting Passengers

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  • Updated: 20 Apr 2016
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https://wn.com/Emergency_Situations_And_Assisting_Passengers
Passenger Assistant Training Intro

Passenger Assistant Training Intro

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  • Updated: 03 Apr 2013
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Thinking of becoming a Passenger Assistant? This is first 2 mins of a film we produced for Essex County Council that gives you a real insight into the role. Director Simon J Frith. Camera Peter Curtis. Presenter Yemi Sawyerr.
https://wn.com/Passenger_Assistant_Training_Intro
Let's Go! - Assisting Blind Passengers

Let's Go! - Assisting Blind Passengers

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  • Updated: 24 Oct 2014
  • views: 231
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Educational video made in conjunction with the Southland Branch of Blind Citizens NZ. For your own SeeThru Video, visit http://www.seethruvideos.com/
https://wn.com/Let's_Go_Assisting_Blind_Passengers
Equal rights for passengers with reduced mobility

Equal rights for passengers with reduced mobility

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  • Updated: 17 Dec 2008
  • views: 3769
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http://ec.europa.eu/snapshot2008/index_en.htm The 2008 selection of ten success stories where EU action has led to tangible results in the everyday lives of citizens. These range from measures to mitigate the financial crisis to ensuring the safety of toys.
https://wn.com/Equal_Rights_For_Passengers_With_Reduced_Mobility
Wheelchair Service At McCarran

Wheelchair Service At McCarran

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  • Updated: 18 Mar 2016
  • views: 2863
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McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas For passengers who need assistance navigating through McCarran International Airport, courtesy wheelchair service is available at both terminals. This valuable amenity is helpful to customers and is why Passenger Service Agents and Mobility Assistance Representatives, are at your service. McCarran Website: https://www.mccarran.com McCarran Accessibility information: https://www.mccarran.com/Find/Accessibility.aspx
https://wn.com/Wheelchair_Service_At_Mccarran
SideBull AMBULIFT for boarding of passengers with reduced mobility PRM

SideBull AMBULIFT for boarding of passengers with reduced mobility PRM

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  • Updated: 22 May 2017
  • views: 1184
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The patented SideBull Ambulift from Bulmor was co-developed with Lufthansa Leos in 2002 and is one of the most used ambulift vehicles for the boarding of passengers with reduced mobility (PRM) at European airports. -70% faster docking procedure -Functional one-man operation -Embarking from ground level -Wind stability up to 100km/h -Robust and time proven sideloader technology Further information: www.bulmor-airground.com
https://wn.com/Sidebull_Ambulift_For_Boarding_Of_Passengers_With_Reduced_Mobility_Prm
Accessibility for all, module 5: Assisting a traveller who is deaf or hard of hearing

Accessibility for all, module 5: Assisting a traveller who is deaf or hard of hearing

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  • Duration: 9:22
  • Updated: 05 Jun 2014
  • views: 5169
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Accessibility for all is a comprehensive suite of training videos designed to instruct transportation personnel on how to assist persons with disabilities.
https://wn.com/Accessibility_For_All,_Module_5_Assisting_A_Traveller_Who_Is_Deaf_Or_Hard_Of_Hearing
PRM Training (Passengers with Reduced Mobility)

PRM Training (Passengers with Reduced Mobility)

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  • Updated: 21 Oct 2014
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This course covers all aspects of dealing with PRMs and other passengers with special needs. You can attend this online training on http://www.butterfly-training.ie/
https://wn.com/Prm_Training_(Passengers_With_Reduced_Mobility)
Get Wheelchair Travel Tips on Airports and Plane Flights: check-in, security, aisle chairs and more!

Get Wheelchair Travel Tips on Airports and Plane Flights: check-in, security, aisle chairs and more!

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  • Updated: 25 Oct 2012
  • views: 110767
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WATCH this wheelie girl in a wheelchair travel through airport security, gate and onto a plane; showing you what it's like and giving tips along the way for others. ARTICLE on accessible air travel here: http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/traveling-with-medical-equipment-or-a-wheelchair-handicap-limited-mobility-or-senior-at-airports-airplanes-and-all-aboutflying-faa-tsa-air-carriers-act/ More tips on booking a plane flight here: http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/index.php?page=travel-journals&desc=accessible-travel-tips-booking-a-hotel-plane-flight-and-car-rental- Tips on packing for solo wheelchair traveling: http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/index.php?page=travel-journals&desc=luggage-tips-for-wheelchair-travel Tips for Air Travel with a Power Wheelchair: http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/index.php?page=wheelchair-travel-journals&desc=air-travel-with-a-power-wheelchair
https://wn.com/Get_Wheelchair_Travel_Tips_On_Airports_And_Plane_Flights_Check_In,_Security,_Aisle_Chairs_And_More
Sheremetyevo International Airport provides innovative services for passengers with reduced mobility

Sheremetyevo International Airport provides innovative services for passengers with reduced mobility

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  • Updated: 22 Nov 2013
  • views: 8268
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Sheremetyevo Airport offers passengers with reduced mobility individual help in terminals, including during boarding and disembarking from aircraft. At Sheremetyevo Airport, any passenger can get the information he/she needs by contacting the information desk or check-in counter, using the communication channel of an interactive touch—screen counter (installed in terminals) or by notifying the airport of an upcoming trip via feedback channels.
https://wn.com/Sheremetyevo_International_Airport_Provides_Innovative_Services_For_Passengers_With_Reduced_Mobility
Alaska Airlines: Assisting the Visually Impaired

Alaska Airlines: Assisting the Visually Impaired

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  • Updated: 12 Nov 2014
  • views: 852
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An informational video produced by Alaska Airlines with assistance from Guide Dogs for the Blind. The video is intended for Alaska Airlines staff training on how to effectively assist airline passengers who are visually impaired. The video features GDB grad Jake Koch and his yellow Lab guide dog Angelina.
https://wn.com/Alaska_Airlines_Assisting_The_Visually_Impaired
Aena | People with reduced mobility

Aena | People with reduced mobility

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  • Updated: 07 Jul 2017
  • views: 80
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All European airports offer assistance to passengers with reduced mobility (PRM). This European Union measure represents great social progress for disabled people and, therefore, all the financial, material and human resources have been put in place to enable all Spanish Airports to provide a quality service that guarantees access to air travel for everyone and between all points within European territory, irrespective of their disability. Exclusively those passengers whose mobility when using transport is reduced due to any physical disability (sensory or locomotor, permanent or temporary), intellectual disability, age or any other cause of disability that requires special attention and the adaptation of the service made available to all passengers to his or her particular needs. Please be aware that if you request this service without fulfilling the above criteria, you are seriously harming those who really do need the service. At the departure airport: Collection of the person at the Meeting Point, assisting the person with their hand luggage and accompanying the person to the check-in desk; assistance with check-in procedures, accompanying the person to the boarding area, passing through the security checkpoints, customs, etc.; boarding the aircraft, and accompanying the person to their seat. At the arrival airport: Assistance with hand luggage, accompanying the person from their seat to the door of the aircraft and debarkation; transfer to the baggage hall, passing through the required controls, and transfer from there to the Meeting Point in the destination airport (if it is in a European Member State). In transits/connections the necessary assistance will be provided to successfully carry out the transit or transfer, including boarding, debarkation, transfer through the terminal, etc. Request for PRM assistance - Aena.es http://www.aena.es/en/airlines/request-prm-assistance.html Request for assistance - Aena.es http://www.aena.es/en/passengers/people-reduced-mobility/general-information.html People with reduce mobility - AS Madrid-Barajas Airport - aena.es http://www.aena.es/en/madrid-barajas-airport/people-reduced-mobility.html People with reduce mobility - Gran Canaria Airport - aena.es http://www.aena.es/en/gran-canaria-airport/people-reduced-mobility.html More INFO in our website http://www.aena.es/es/pasajeros/pasaj... And follow us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aena.es Twitter: https://twitter.com/aena Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aena.es/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AenaTV Pinterest: https://es.pinterest.com/aena_es/
https://wn.com/Aena_|_People_With_Reduced_Mobility
Robots assist passengers, clean floors at South Korean airport

Robots assist passengers, clean floors at South Korean airport

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  • Updated: 23 Jul 2017
  • views: 1176
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In South Korea's Incheon International Airport, two robot prototypes have been deployed: the Airport Guide Robot and the Airport Cleaning Robot. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
https://wn.com/Robots_Assist_Passengers,_Clean_Floors_At_South_Korean_Airport
14 BIGGEST SECRETS of Flight Attendants!

14 BIGGEST SECRETS of Flight Attendants!

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  • Updated: 07 Apr 2017
  • views: 678095
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Secrets flight attendants don’t want you to know! These top facts about airplanes and flying that only flight attendants and insiders know 14. Unsanitary Incidents- A lot of passengers like to remove their shoes when they get to their seat and just relax for the rest of the flight. But the inside of airplanes isn't always as clean as it looks. Even though flight attendants clean after the plane has landed, not all messes are accounted for. Many unsanitary incidents occur during trips that passengers consider or rarely see like unexpected bathroom accidents and sickness. People also change their baby's diapers on the table trays and not every tabletop gets thoroughly wiped between each flight. Plus, the complimentary blankets you receive in the coach’s class are only fresh during the first flight. Afterward, the sheets are folded and reused. Oh and just a head’s up when you go into the lavatory, and you’re just wearing your socks or barefoot, that’s not water you’re stepping in. 13. Decoding Lights- If you’ve ever been on an airplane, you might have noticed pink, yellow and blue lights. They are usually visible inside the cabin, towards the front of the aircraft and make a little ding when the light illuminates. But what does it mean? When the lights chime, it’s an indication for flight attendants that they are needed, and each light means something different. When the light is pink, it says the captain or a fellow flight attendant is calling them. When the yellow light signals on, it indicates a passenger hit the call button while inside the lavatory. If the blue light switches on, it means someone on board needs assistance. On some flights, there is also a green light that could mean a variety of things. It could let flight attendants know when they are near the gate, or it could indicate that the cockpit is off limits because the plane hasn’t reached a certain altitude. But it all varies on the type of aircraft and the carrier. 12. Safety Grab Handles- Next time you’re on board a plan, take a glance of the handles by the door. If you guessed that they were grab handles, you are correct! But why are they there? Well in an emergency situation, filled with chaos and panic the flight attendants are usually found by the exit doors assisting passengers out of the plane. Scared and alarmed passengers who are rushing out of the aircraft have a tendency to push the flight crew out of the way and knock them over all the way down to the slide. So the handles are there as a safety measure for flight attendants to grab on and stay on the plane if that’s what they’re instructed to do. 11. Passenger Code Names- Anything interesting that happens on board will be discussed with the rest of the flight staff. Meaning anything from annoying crying babies to rude passengers will be identified in secrecy and all the other flight attendants will know about it. Flight attendants will give those passengers code names. For example, one code name might be Bob, which stands for boyfriend on board. This is the name given when a flight attendant is attentive to a particular passenger and ensures that he is taken care of throughout the trip. You might hear flight attendants ask about how Bob is doing and how they’re verifying to make sure the relationship is going steadily. 10. All Cargo Aboard- A lot of cargo gets shipped, aside from your luggage there is also dead people in the hold. Some people die abroad and need to be shipped home, or some people are very far from their resting place and are being sent there. The deceased is packed in wood framed boxes so you would never be able to guess its contents, except maybe the strange shape might provide a clue that it’s a body. The deceased is labeled as HR, which means human remains. So if you hear the flight crew mentioning HR while flying Delta, this just means there are human remains in the cargo.However some airlines like Easyjet don’t transfer load, so there won’t be any coffins on the plane.
https://wn.com/14_Biggest_Secrets_Of_Flight_Attendants
Smooth travelling for passengers with reduced mobility | Finavia

Smooth travelling for passengers with reduced mobility | Finavia

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  • Updated: 13 Mar 2017
  • views: 378
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Our employees at Oulu Airport received training on assistance services such as the right technique in helping wheelchair passengers board an aircraft. Passengers with reduced mobility can request assistance during their air travel. Finavia's staff and the assistance systems and services on all our airports across Finland are on place to make traveling smooth and safe for passengers with reduced mobility.
https://wn.com/Smooth_Travelling_For_Passengers_With_Reduced_Mobility_|_Finavia
Air Access

Air Access

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  • Updated: 30 Apr 2014
  • views: 2836
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Air Access is a concept designed by Priestmangoode that facilitates air travel for passengers with reduced mobility (PRMs) by enabling an easier transition from gate to aircraft. The ingenious design aims to reduce the indignity and discrimination that PRMs face when travelling by air. How it works: The Air Access concept consists of two elements: a detachable wheelchair by which passengers can be transported onto and off of the plane, and a fixed-frame aisle seat on the aircraft into which the wheelchair is mated to create a regular airline seat. Ground services staff assist the passenger into the Air Access wheelchair seat in the departure gate or on the jetway, where there is ample space to manoeuvre. When seated, the passenger is wheeled onto the plane. Once onboard, the wheelchair's 360-degree pivoting wheels enable it to be slid sideways into the fixed-frame aisle seat without the passenger needing to get up. When the two elements are positioned, they are locked together for the duration of the flight. On arrival, ground staff simply unlock the wheelchair seat, slide it out into the aisle and wheel the passenger to the jetway or arrival gate. Once there, the passenger returns to his or her own wheelchair or zimmer frame, or transfers into the airport's wheelchair. Why do we need Air Access? Currently, around 20% of the UK's adult population has some form of disability or mobile difficulty. For this demographic air travel can be fraught with problems. Ground and airline staff are often inadequately trained and unaware of their legal obligations. The absence of a systematic process for boarding and disembarking PRMs can lead to confusion and complications for airline staff. For PRMs, being physically assisted into and out of airplane seats can be stressful and demeaning, and inflight toileting can be difficult. It's imperative that we start thinking today about implementing change to cater for future generations of air travellers. Benefits of Access Air The Air Access seat could be installed in every aisle seat of the aircraft. In a wide-body this would be four seats per row, meaning dozens of PRMs could travel on any given flight. This is particularly useful when large groups of passengers with reduced mobility travel together eg. Paralympic athletes Increased safety for passengers. Passengers do not need to be handled by airline staff in the tight confines of the aircraft. Increased safety for handlers as well. Easier to use toilet facilities in flight. Passengers only need assistance to unlock their seat and wheel to the nearest toilet. The chair has a removable seat pad. Many passengers with serious disabilities, for instance spinal injuries, need to sit on their own purpose-designed cushions. Passengers can customise the Air Access seat to suit their individual needs. Anyone can sit in the seat. As the access seat integrates seamlessly into the aircraft, the airline does not lose seating space if there are no PRMs travelling. The Air Access concept is suitable for all aircraft types, though offers particular benefits to long haul, wide body aircraft—both for passenger experience and cost benefit to airlines.
https://wn.com/Air_Access
Air France - Saphir for Disabled & reduced mobility passengers [en]

Air France - Saphir for Disabled & reduced mobility passengers [en]

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  • Updated: 11 Apr 2012
  • views: 928
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Air France does everything possible to provide passengers with reduced mobility or a high body mass with the assistance they need. Discover our services and offers to make your trip as pleasant and comfortable as possible. http://www.airfrance.fr/FR/en/common/guidevoyageur/assistance/guide_assistance_particuliere.htm
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Аssistance to Passengers with Reduced Mobility at Sofia Airport

Аssistance to Passengers with Reduced Mobility at Sofia Airport

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What Is A Gate Agent?

What Is A Gate Agent?

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Gate agents work at the boarding gates of airports where passengers board their flights and arriving planes drop off 13 nov 2010 gate are tasked with driving jetway, opening door, arranging for wheelchairs unaccompanied minors, directing to connecting gates, clearing standbys, checking new crew, passengers, bags, closing pulling jetway all within about an hour per 26 oct 2011 we asked airline tell us jobs what they love it, hate whether, in fact, you have a better 10 feb 2015 ah, yes, personnel standing that small desk filled outdated computers near entrance job description agent. If a job that requires travel is not for you, but the benefits sound enticing, becoming an airline gate agent may be right fit. Here's what gate agents do and here's how (and why) you can get airline agent jobs job monkey. Gate agent wikipediawhat's it like being an airline gate agent? A passenger's day behind everything you ever wanted to ask blog how can a improve my flight? Gate job description. What does a gate agent earn in your area? 57 salaries from anonymous employees an airline position is based airport and requires little to no travel. Wherever people may be traveling, for whatever reason, the journey can elevated considerably by 20 dec 2007 former united employee jason maclean, who spent nine years working as a gate attendant, explains how to avoid getting stuck at airport agent salary $21060 (average). Gate agent wikipedia gate wikipedia en. They take the brunt of latest traveler troubles, airport customer service ticketing gate agents. Delta airport customer service ticketing gate agents. Googleusercontent search. Their responsibilities include ticketing and re booking passengers, boarding flights, 12 feb 2017 ever wonder what those gate agents are doing at a busy as they type furiously into computer? What powers do have that can help 10 jul 2015 these some of the primary tasks to deal with how you put their prowess your benefit learn about ground based airline agent jobs. Use our career interest test report to get your on track 10 jun 2015 gate agents herd stressed passengers, corral luggage and listen loud pleas all day long. Learn what an airline gate agent's duties are 6 feb 2015 airport agents deal with a lot of stressed out passengers. Gate agent reveals travel secrets nprgate 10 steps (with pictures). They are responsible for jobs 1 10 of 712 gate agent available on indeed all ticket and agents a part the skywest customer service team. Airline gate agents what's it really like being one? News. Over 12000 other job titles and descriptions. He volunteered to spend a day working at the boarding gate for delta airlines with best training in industry, ticket and agents assist passengers checking in, their bags, assisting unaccompanied minors 20 may 2017 there are some things or ticketing airport whether job security reasons keep hundreds of anxious fliers happy agent definition is an airline employee stationed gates where flights boarded disembarked. A
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American Airlines Flight Attendant Altercation With Passenger, Friday 21st April 2017

American Airlines Flight Attendant Altercation With Passenger, Friday 21st April 2017

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It's alleged that an American Airlines flight attendant assaulted a women with a small child on board Flight AA591. The service was scheduled to operate from SFO to DFW (Friday 21st April, 2017). http://www.flight.org/ http://www.facebook.com/flightorg http://www.twitter.com/flightorg
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Training for Volunteers in Disaster Shelters: Assisting a Blind Person (Captioned)

Training for Volunteers in Disaster Shelters: Assisting a Blind Person (Captioned)

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Emergency Situations and Assisting Passengers

Emergency Situations and Assisting Passengers

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Passenger Assistance

Passenger Assistance

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AD03AVX - Driver Assists Passenger With Attempted Assault

AD03AVX - Driver Assists Passenger With Attempted Assault

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And a professional driver, no less.
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Passenger Assist

Passenger Assist

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Passenger Assistance Techniques Relations Videos

Passenger Assistance Techniques Relations Videos

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