The UK Civil Aviation Authority has published its fourth annual report
Exeter Airport has received the highest possible rating for disability access, having been judged ‘very good’ in an independent annual survey.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has published its fourth annual report on the disability access of the UK's largest airports.
Exeter Airport was among 14 airports rated ‘very good’, with a further 16 airports rated ‘good’. For the first time since the accessibility framework's introduction in 2016, no airports were classified as 'poor'.
Matt Roach, managing director of Exeter Airport, said: “We are delighted to be in the top tier of UK airports and to have achieved the gold standard for the quality of service that we provide to disabled and less mobile passengers. It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff and we are committed to providing the best possible experience for anyone in the community who requires assistance when travelling.”