- Providing accessible travel is both a social imperative and a business opportunity.
- WTTC has prepared important guidelines based on the frameworks of leaders, experts, and government organizations.
- The guidelines follow a similar structure to the High-Level Inclusion & Diversity Guidelines and Mental Health Guidelines.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) today launched its new high-level guidelines for inclusion and accessibility in the sector which focus on the experience of travelers with disabilities and will help make the Travel & Tourism sector a more inclusive space.
These innovative and important guidelines were compiled on the basis of insights and frameworks developed by private sector leaders in Travel & Tourism, travel and disability experts, and research from intergovernmental organizations.
Divided into four pillars, the guidelines follow a similar structure to the High-Level Inclusion & Diversity Guidelines and Mental Health Guidelines WTTC released over the past six months.
The four key pillars include: