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Saudia introduces comprehensive flight guide in Braille

Posted 8 January 2021 · Add Comment

Saudia has become the world’s first airline to introduce a comprehensive flight guide in braille for visually-impaired and blind passengers.

 

Saudia has become the world’s first airline to introduce a comprehensive flight guide in Braille.  Image:  Saudia

Airline Features Braille Entertainment Options for Guests; Saudia Inflight Entertainment Options include Audio Descriptive Movies.

 

Cuisine options – as well as inflight entertainment – on Saudia aircraft, provide a choice for guests who require Braille offerings. Inflight entertainment options include audio descriptive movies and content onboard.

 

Guests can select a Braille cuisine option at time of booking through a simple step while making a booking from the airline’s website

 

The airline provides services such as elevators, special meals and menus, safety procedures and magazines printed in Braille for guests.

 

Chief executive officer of Saudia, Captain Ibrahim S. Koshy said: “Saudia is committed to being an inclusive airline, providing amenities, services and support for all guests. We take pride in making our very best efforts to provide a comfortable, welcoming and hospitable experience from each point of the journey,”

 

He added: “We invite all of our guests to explore the various options and flexible choices available to customise the travel experience and tailor requests to suit our guests’ requirements.”

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