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  • 1. Able-to-travelAble-to-travelConsumers’ associationConsumers’ association
  • 2. Able-to-travelAble-to-travelSERVICESSERVICES Info on transport facilities & regulationInfo on transport facilities & regulation Guide to the best serviceGuide to the best service Support in case of unjust treatmentSupport in case of unjust treatment
  • 3. PRMsPRMsPersons with ReducedPersons with ReducedMobilityMobilityDUTIESDUTIESCorrect bookingCorrect bookingPrecision about detailsPrecision about detailsGet informed before leavingGet informed before leavingRespect complaint regulationsRespect complaint regulations
  • 4. RIGHTSRIGHTSPRMsPRMsPersons with ReducedPersons with ReducedMobilityMobilityInformation about assistanceInformation about assistanceInformation about lawsInformation about lawsInformation about complaint proceduresInformation about complaint procedures
  • 5. The case of BobThe case of BobRossRossBOB ROSS, 54, from LondonBOB ROSS, 54, from Londonaffected by cerebral palsy and arthritisaffected by cerebral palsy and arthritisAirline RyanairAirline Ryanair -- Stansted Airport, LondonStansted Airport, London£ 18 charge to Mr. Ross for the use of a wheelchair£ 18 charge to Mr. Ross for the use of a wheelchairafter the check-inafter the check-inSee complaint letter EU regulation
  • 6. EC Regulation No 1107/2006EC Regulation No 1107/2006REGULATION (EC) No 1107/2006 OF THEREGULATION (EC) No 1107/2006 OF THEEUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCILEUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCILof 5 July 2006of 5 July 2006concerning the rights of disabled persons and persons withconcerning the rights of disabled persons and persons withreduced mobility when travelling by airreduced mobility when travelling by airArt. 1Art. 2Art. 4Art. 5Art. 7
  • 7. (1) The single market for air services should benefit(1) The single market for air services should benefitcitizens in general. Consequently,citizens in general. Consequently, disableddisabledpersons and persons with reduced mobilitypersons and persons with reduced mobility,,whether caused by disability, age or any otherwhether caused by disability, age or any otherfactor,factor, should have opportunities for air travelshould have opportunities for air travelcomparable to those of other citizenscomparable to those of other citizens. Disabled. Disabledpersons and persons with reduced mobility havepersons and persons with reduced mobility havethe same right as all other citizens tothe same right as all other citizens to freefreemovement, freedom of choice and non-movement, freedom of choice and non-discriminationdiscrimination. This applies to air travel as to. This applies to air travel as toother areas of life.other areas of life.
  • 8. (2) Disabled persons and persons with reduced(2) Disabled persons and persons with reducedmobilitymobility should therefore be accepted for carriageshould therefore be accepted for carriageand not refused transport on the grounds of theirand not refused transport on the grounds of theirdisabilitydisability or lack of mobility, except for reasonsor lack of mobility, except for reasonswhich are justified on the grounds of safety andwhich are justified on the grounds of safety andprescribed by law. [...]prescribed by law. [...]
  • 9. (4) In order to give disabled persons and persons(4) In order to give disabled persons and personswith reduced mobility opportunities for air travelwith reduced mobility opportunities for air travelcomparable to those of other citizens,comparable to those of other citizens, assistanceassistanceto meet their particular needs should be providedto meet their particular needs should be providedat the airport as well as on board aircraft, byat the airport as well as on board aircraft, byemploying the necessary staff and equipmentemploying the necessary staff and equipment. In. Inthe interests of social inclusion,the interests of social inclusion, the personsthe personsconcerned should receive this assistance withoutconcerned should receive this assistance withoutadditional charge.additional charge.
  • 10. (5)(5) AssistanceAssistance given at airports situated in thegiven at airports situated in theterritory of a Member State to which the Treatyterritory of a Member State to which the Treatyappliesapplies shouldshould, among other things,, among other things, enableenabledisabled personsdisabled persons and persons with reducedand persons with reducedmobilitymobility to proceed from a designated point ofto proceed from a designated point ofarrival at an airport to an aircraft and from thearrival at an airport to an aircraft and from theaircraft to a designated point of departure fromaircraft to a designated point of departure fromthe airport, including embarking andthe airport, including embarking anddisembarking.disembarking.
  • 11. (7)(7) Managing bodies of airports may provide theManaging bodies of airports may provide theassistanceassistance to disabled persons and persons withto disabled persons and persons withreduced mobility themselves. Alternatively, inreduced mobility themselves. Alternatively, inview of the positive role played in the past byview of the positive role played in the past bycertain operators and air carriers,certain operators and air carriers, managingmanagingbodies may contract with third partiesbodies may contract with third parties for thefor thesupply of this assistancesupply of this assistance
  • 12. PROPOSALPROPOSALElimination of chargesElimination of charges(assistance, carriage, wheelchairs)(assistance, carriage, wheelchairs)Split of costsSplit of costs
  • 13. Split of costsSplit of costsAirport Management BodiesAirport Management BodiesAirlinesAirlinesOptional direct supply ofequal or superior services bythe airlines(Art. 7, EC regulation)Contribution by the Welfare SystemContribution by the Welfare System{ No extra-price on airline tickets }