Flight Centre is making it easier for South Australia’s Deaf Community to research and book travel through a Travel Agent by providing a free interpreter service.
The announcement was made this week alongside South Australia’s society, Deaf CanDo to celebrate Australia’s National Week of Deaf People.
Commencing 6 October 2018, Flight Centre in Rundle Mall will have a free interpreter available to help translate destination ideas, flight requests and any travel-related content for hard of hearing travellers.
The service will be available on the first Saturday of each month between 10.00-12pm.
News of the new aid was well received by Deaf CanDo’s Facebook followers who described it as a “brilliant idea” that’ll make it “a lot easier for deaf people”.
“So excited that Flight Centre will be supporting this initiative!”
Deaf CanDo Facebook Follower
Hard of hearing travellers can request more information on the service or make an appointment by emailing: [email protected]
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