Disability and travel: airlines, get your sh*t together.

Oct 02, 2019, 05:30 AM

Andrew Gurza joins Erin to discuss traveling as a disabled person, where Airlines are going wrong (shout out to Air Canada), and what can be done to make travel more accessible.

The average able-bodied traveler has the privilege of not needing to consider certain things while on the road, like checking for elevators and avoiding cobblestone streets.

Andrew Gurza joins Erin to discuss the realities of traveling as a disabled person, where airlines are going wrong (take note, Air Canada), and what can be done to make travel more accessible.

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Guest: Andrew Gurza, disability consultant, speaker and host of Disability After Dark Podcast. Contact at http://www.andrewgurza.com/ or @disaftdarkpod

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Read the transcribed conversation recap here:
https://www.pinatravels.org/discoveries/accessible-travel

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