Passenger kept from boarding after Jetstar’s refusal to assist with wheelchair makes discrimination complaint

“The treatment I received effectively means only people who are physically able to move themselves between wheelchairs or obtain assistance from an accompanying passenger can be confident they will be able to get on a Jetstar flight,” he said. “That’s a major barrier for many people.”

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Topics:
Accessibility, Access, Inclusion, Human Rights, Social Justice, Case Studies

Author:
Elias Visontay

Source:
Guardian Australia

Date published:
Fri 5th Aug, 2022