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Published on 10 April 2012
We recently received word that modern ambulifts will be available at all airports in Ukrainian host cities ahead of UEFA EURO 2012.
Airports in Donetsk, Lviv and Kharkiv have added their first ambulifts, whilst Kiev has added another to the one it already had. Kiev's airport is expected to serve a large percentage of international passengers and so it was felt that a second ambulift was required.
If requested, the ambulift can meet a disabled passenger at the door of the plane and lower them down to ground level. The new ambulifts are now being tested and will enter full usage as the tournament draws ever nearer.
CAFE Managing Director Joyce Cook had a first-hand experience of the ambulift in Kiev on a recent visit, and was very impressed!