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In what’s being seen as a precedent-setting move, a major airline plans to give travelers with disabilities the ability to filter flights on its website based on accessibility.
United Airlines said that it will become the first airline to offer people with disabilities the ability to quickly see on its website which flights can accommodate various wheelchairs.
Starting early next year, individuals will be able to enter the exact dimensions of their wheelchair and the website will prioritize flights on planes with cargo hold doors large enough to accommodate the specified size.
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