London Luton Airport provides accessible access to vital online COVID-19 information
During these uncertain times, it is vital that vital information is accessible to all. London Luton Airport (LLA) has teamed up with accessibility software company Recite Me in creating a fully accessible COVID-19 information page to support all travellers around the world.
At the start of the Coronavirus outbreak in the UK Recite Me Founder and CEO Ross Linnett, pledged that the company would support any business in making their online coronavirus information accessible and inclusive, at no cost.
In three weeks, London Luton Airport has supported over 700 people to read and understand important travel information through being able to customise their experience online.
Clare Armstrong, Head of Passenger Services at LLA said, “London Luton Airport believes that everybody should have an equal opportunity to fly and use our services. It is therefore vitally important for us to make our website easy to use for as many people as possible.
“Joining the Recite Me pledge has enabled us to communicate our COVID19 message to the widest possible audience. Visitors can customise their viewing experience through a screen reader, styling options, reading aids and a translation function.
This online support allows London Luton Airport’s key messages to be accessed and understood by all, particularly during these difficult and unsettling times. “
The Recite Me accessibility and language support toolbar will provide visitors to the London Luton Airport COVID-19 information page a wide range of features that include text to speech functionality, fully customisable styling features, reading aids and a translation tool with over 100 languages, including 35 text to speech voices.
Ross Linnett, Recite Me CEO and Founder said: “During these uncertain times Recite Me is here to support businesses across the world to create online information related to Coronavirus that is accessible and inclusive for everyone for free.”
Any business can visit the Recite Me website now to find out how the free accessible and inclusive landing page works and how to create their own landing page.