Comair to fly deaf, blind priest

2013-08-14 11:15

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Cape Town - Deaf and blind Priest Cyril Axelrod will be assisted in his future travel arrangements with domestic carrier Comair, after the airline refused to let him fly over the weekend as he did not have the required guide to accompany him.

‘humiliated’ by local airline Comair after it refused to allow him to board the plane because its policy differs from British Airways PLc (Comair only operates under licence of BA, but is entirely South African owned and a separate business entity).

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