[Nfbc-info] Conventions, American Air Lines

Rob Kaiser via Nfbc-info nfbc-info at nfbnet.org
Wed Jun 4 03:57:32 UTC 2014

I have found over the years that the major airlines (American United ETC.) 
seem to be more likely to work better when it comes to taking care of 
disabled passengers. I don't know if they still do this, but years ago in 
the 80s, American Airlines had there safety card in Braille. I am not sure 
if any other airlines followed suit on this.

-----Original Message----- 
From: Eric Calhoun via Nfbc-info
Sent: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 10:47 AM
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Subject: [Nfbc-info] Conventions, American Air Lines

Sorry, I will not be able to go to the Rosen Center in Orlando!  But I will
be staying closer to home in Vegas.

Have any people had any good or bad experiences with American Air Lines
flying by yourself or with others?



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