In a significant move, United Airlines has introduced braille to its aircraft interior for ease of navigating the cabin independently to the visually impaired passengers. “United has equipped about a dozen aircraft with braille markings for individual rows and seat numbers, as well as inside and outside the lavatories,” the airline said. “Finding your seat on a plane or getting to the restroom is something most of us take for granted, but for millions of our customers, it can be a challenge to do independently,” said Linda Jojo, executive vice president, United. “By adding more tactile signage throughout our interiors,
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