Airports are working to help travelers with conditions like blindness or autism comfortably navigate their facilities. Special accommodations include sensory rooms, lanyards that alert airport staff that a traveler might need extra help and smart glasses that help agents guide blind travelers.
Airports improve service for passengers with hidden disabilities
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