Autism and UK airports: What help can you expect in the country’s terminals?

If you, a child, or companion is on the autism spectrum this guide will help to explain the assistance and information you can expect when flying from major UK airports. For adults and children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), travelling through airports can be an overwhelming experience that could unfairly put many off flying, but help is at hand to ensure air travel really is open to all.

New regulations from the Civil Aviation Authority demand airports implement measures to ensure anyone with hidden disabilities can expect help and understanding when travelling through the UK’s terminals

Manchester Airport:

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