"Discrimination against air travelers with disabilities was outlawed more than a decade ago by the Air Carrier Access Act. But complaints from disabled people have risen sharply in the past few years. Many of these travelers say airlines ignore the law, and that flying remains on the most difficult and humiliating experiences they have to face." The Wall Street Journal describes some cases of discrimination against handicapped people and reports on airline efforts to prevent it.
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