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London City Airport

Client Case Study
London City Airport accessible website

London City Airport

London City Airport opened its doors in 1987 with the aim of giving passengers quick access to the financial district int the city. Charles, Prince of Wales laying the foundation stone of the terminal building, on 2 May 1986 and in November 1987 Queen Elizabeth II officially opened London City Airport.

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London City Airport Terminal

Our Brief

London City Airport is one of the UK's fastest-growing airports, with expansion plans well underway to give them the capability of handling 8 million passengers per annum by 2030. To accommodate and support an increasingly diverse range of people and different nationalities the airport needed to provide accessibility and live translation solutions on their website to help everyone access important travel information with ease.

Recite Me toolbar solution. Audio, styling, reading, translation icons.

Our Solution

To support people from all over the world and people with different disabilities London City Airport implemented Recite Me assistive technology on their website with the aim of revolutionising the way passengers can read and understand content online.

To improve a website visitors' time on site Recite Me assistive technology allows visitors to customise the London City Airport website according to their varying accessibility and language needs.

The accessibility toolbar provides a number of features to give a user full control over the customisation of the website to suit their needs. These features include screen reader, styling options, reading support and a translation tool with over 100 languages, including 35 text to speech voices.

Client Testimonial

"We’re always looking to improve the visitor experience at London City Airport, whether at our airport or on our website. Recite Me allows us to provide all of our visitors with the same amazing service on the website as they would in person "

Dorota Zielinska, Digital Marketing Manager, London City Airport