Detroit Metro Airport expanding choices for travelers with disabilities

Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) will be offering more options to travelers with disabilities when they are picked up or dropped off at the airport, the airline said.

The proposed accommodations would allow travelers with disabilities, who are using any type of commercial ground transportation, to choose to be picked up or dropped off at newly designated locations that are closer to terminal entrances.

These locations would simply represent an alternative to the existing locations, and travelers who wish could continue to use the current, accessible locations in the McNamara and North Terminals´ Ground Transportation Centers (GTC).

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) welcomed more than 33 million passengers in 2015. With service from 13 scheduled passenger airlines, Michigan´s largest airport offers more than 1,100 flights per day to and from more than 140 non-stop destinations on four continents.