Accessible travel news roundup: Wheelchair accessible zip line, ADA case against Uber moves forward, accessible motorbike for disabled & more.
A federal government bailout of $5.8 billion wasn't enough for American Airlines, as the carrier announced a 25% increase in checked baggage fees.
Given the collective fear surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, airplane seat designers are developing new concepts to create isolation between passengers.
To prevent wheelchairs from being left behind, airlines must first ask why it is happening. That is a question American Airlines can't answer.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued an enforcement notice to airlines, reminding them that passengers must be refunded for canceled flights.
Stuck at home and dreaming about my next vacation, I thought it would be cool to make myself available in a new way — by telephone.
There has never been a better time to be a Netflix subscriber. Here's the original and third-party content I'm streaming while stuck at home.
These songs bring joy not only because the lyrics are beautiful, but because they demonstrate that good can come from collective action.
Airlines have requsted more than $50 billion in assistance from the federal government, but Congress must gain substantial concessions in return.
Wheelchair uers can attend The Argentina Open, an ATP World Tour 250 series event, held each year at the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club.