Young travelers may easily navigate airports but it's...
...Not so easy for aging parents and old people.
Many elders are obviously not at their peak physically--with
than younger travelers.
TSA instructions that include lifting carry-ons to a conveyer belt for inspection can be problematical for elders with weak muscles. Taking a carry-on or pulley up and down escalators challenges balance. The myriad directional signs for gates can be confusing. Long walks to distant gates wear elders out. And important loudspeaker announcements--especially made by those with foreign accents--are often not heard or not understood.
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