Ease Of Movement …Air Seychelles Introduces New Ambulift For Guests With Reduced Mobility

…Air Seychelles Introduces New Ambulift For Guests With Reduced Mobility

Air Seychelles says that its passengers with reduced mobility can now easily embark and disembark from aircraft using the airline's newly acquired Mallaghan ML6100D Medical Lift, also known as ambulift.AIR SEYCHELLES

The airlines says the ambulift which is aimed at improving the travel experience of passengers in wheelchairs or on stretchers, is fitted with a cabin that can be raised up to six metres off the ground to reach the doors of aircraft such as the Airbus A330.

Roy Kinnear, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles, observes: "With this state-of-the-art ambulift, Air Seychelles will be able to provide guests with restricted mobility floor-to-door access to our aircraft, making boarding or exiting aircraft more comfortable.

We are always looking at ways to use new technology in a way that will contribute to the future development of Air Seychelles and enhance the experience for our guests, and the Mallaghan medical lift ticks all these boxes."

Vania Larue, Head of Ground Services at Air Seychelles, says: "The ambulift is a great addition to our ground services equipment. In addition to being extremely safe, it will also enable us ensure quick turnaround times for our aircraft and guests."

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