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MKE Introduces Sunflower Lanyard Program

MKE Introduces Sunflower Lanyard Program

Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport (MKE) celebrated International Day of Persons with Disabilities by becoming the latest U.S. airport to make air travel easier for passengers who have non-visible or “hidden” disabilities through the use of a Sunflower Lanyard. Through the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program, the airport will provide green lanyards…

PVD Launches Sunflower Lanyard Program

PVD Launches Sunflower Lanyard Program

The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) this week announced the launch of a new program to allow travelers with hidden disabilities to self-identify their possible need for additional assistance from personnel at Rhode Island T. F. Green International Airport (PVD). The “Sunflower Program” is a voluntary program in which individuals…

TPA Launches Electric Wheelchair, Sunflower Lanyard Programs

TPA Launches Electric Wheelchair, Sunflower Lanyard Programs

Tampa International Airport (TPA) this week announced the roll out of two new initiatives for passengers and guests with both physical limitations and less visible disabilities, such as autism. The new Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard Program helps Guests Services, TSA and airport police better identify and help those who have…

MEM Joins Sunflower Lanyard Program

MEM Joins Sunflower Lanyard Program

Memphis International Airport (MEM) this week announced it is launching a Hidden Disabilities Sunflower lanyard program, joining a growing number of domestic and international airports looking to discreetly identify and assist travelers with hidden disabilities. The lanyards, which are free for passengers, allow those with hidden disabilities to indicate they…

CLT Adds Sunflower Lanyard Program

CLT Adds Sunflower Lanyard Program

Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) said this week it is partnering with the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower organization to introduce a Sunflower Lanyard Program so airport staff can better identify and assist passengers with hidden disabilities such as autism, chronic pain, anxiety and visual/hearing impairment. By wearing a Hidden Disabilities sunflower