Why aren't airplanes more "disabled friendly?"
My husband has fairly advanced Alzheimers and I care for him myself. We fly from Australia to South Africa a few times a year because we have to visit our elderly mothers in South Africa. The trip is disruptive for my husband but I have to do it for our mothers' sakes.
My question is: Why aren't aeroplanes more "disabled friendly"? The two of us battle to fit into the minute toilets. Surely in this day and age, they should have at least ONE toilet that's slightly larger? I'm not asking for much.