United Airlines will sensitize staff towards travelers with intellectual disabilities
United Airlines, a major airline in the United States, is taking measures to improve the travel experience for people with intellectual disabilities. This is one of the many steps planned to improve inclusion.
United Airlines has said that it will train all its workers to understand the needs of disabled people better.
The training has been developed with Special Olympics. It aims to make travelling a positive experience.
Over 60,000 of the airline’s frontline employees will complete the new training by the end of 2018.
Apart from this, United Airlines is also looking at ways to make people with intellectual disabilities a part of its attempts to create an inclusive workforce.
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