I use a walker. And as far as this airline goes, I probably should start walking:
This is @easyJet’s official policy: disabled people are not permitted to fly unaccompanied. Is there a concession for this *mandatory* companion ticket? No. It’s either pay double, or don’t fly at all. I fail to see how this is not in breach of the Equality Act. pic.twitter.com/pjjhkU1xWz
— Katie Pennick (@KatiePennick) June 21, 2019
The Equality Act as currently under consideration in the Senate does not have anything to say about this matter: it’s intended to stop discrimination against LGBTQ folks, and while that’s certainly a worthy goal, it’s irrelevant for the moment. Perhaps this is some other Equality Act.