Airlines and airports often like to trumpet their own activities in promoting accessible travel for their passengers with reduced mobility. It is however the passengers themselves who often provide the most telling onhealthy assessments of whether the systems that are put into place (often at great expense) actually benefit the people they are supposed to help. In a recent post, frequent traveller and high-profile blogger Martyn Sibley detailed his own experiences of passing through an airport and boarding a plane. Despite his best efforts things did not go to plan, and Martyn offers some sensible advice to airlines and airports in making improvements to the way in which passengers with disabilities are handled. Here’s his blog post: Accessible Air Travel