Oakwood Court students are set to work in partnership with one of Europe’s biggest regional airlines. Exeter based FLYBE are keen to lead the industry in catering for the needs passengers with special needs, especially young passengers on the Autistic Spectrum.
Using the expertise of Oakwood, students and staff, FLYBE want to develop a special passengers guide that will assist passenger, parents/carers and airline staff. Students will also act as mystery passengers, visiting the airport to further develop the guide. In return, students will have the opportunity of experiencing at first hand different jobs associated with the airline industry. Watch this ‘air’ space for further news as the project develops.