One is six people lives with a disability of some kind – whether hidden or visible, temporary, situational or permanent. That translates to a huge number of potential travelers with needs that aren’t currently being met. At Reed & Mackay, we believe people with visible and hidden disabilities have the right to access travel, just like anybody else.

Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DEI) is integral to many of our clients. And we believe in using our position of influence and connections within the industry to lobby for change, amplify our clients’ voices and provide the same standards of service to all. We get how important it is for our clients to offer all their employees the same opportunities to travel and progress in their careers – and we’re doing everything we can to support them in this.

No two travelers or trips are ever the same, so why should meeting the needs of travelers with disabilities be a one-size-fits-all exercise?

We strive to give all our clients – regardless of their abilities – the same levels of exceptional service. Our dedicated service mindset means we put ourselves in your shoes and go the extra mile for you.

Read our white paper to find out how Reed & Mackay helps you travel without prejudice.