To understand overseas travel choice behavior of persons with reduced mobility, this paper examines the perceptions in a sample of such people from Taiwan. The results indicate that the three most important items for people with reduced mobility from traveling overseas, are barrier-free airport facilities, a support staff that can arrange the transport for overseas travel, and self-reporting the impairment situation to the airlines when making a reservation. The results also show that the main factors considered when engaging in overseas air travel are, exclusive facilities and services, service from the support staff, and travel information.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Strategy and Management
- Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law