Edinburgh Airport Accessibility Forum (EAFF)
The Edinburgh Airport Accessibility Forum (EAFF) advises the airport on its approach to Passengers with Reduced Mobility and Additional Needs.
It brings together a number of representatives from various groups to inform the airport on its procedures and operations, and to provide feedback on things the airport has in place or is proposing to introduced.
The group's valuable insight is important in helping the airport tailor what it offers and the constructive feedback allows changes and improvements to be made where possible.
Chair: Andy Wright (Accessible Travel)
Maureen Morrison - Spinal Injuries Scotland
Pamela Munro - Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
Libby Herbert - Colostomy UK
Gordon Hay - Deaf Action
Anne McWhinnie - Alzheimer's Society
Stewart Campbell - Autism Initiatives Scotland
Dr Dinah Aitken - Salvesen Mindroom Centre
Angela McCormack - representing passengers with Muscular Sclerosis
Karen Armstrong - Scottish Government
Graham McGuire - representing passengers with Aphasia & Stroke Survivors
Andrew Ewen - Leonard Cheshire
Nada Shawa - Edinburgh Access Panel
Getting in touch
Please send all emails to [email protected] marked “FAO EAFF”