European Parliament announced regulations last week requiring EU airports to provide greater assistance to disabled travelers, including free wheelchairs at departure and arrival points and assistance with moving between parking lots and check-in facilities. An Airports Council International spokesperson told Reuters that airlines will have to cover much of the cost associated with the new directives and that fees will be in proportion to the amount of traffic an individual carrier ...

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