Akasa Air introduces in-flight safety manual in Braille

Akasa Air has introduced its in-flight safety manual in Braille for people with visual impairments and will offer it in two languages: English and Hindi.

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The Braille manual will be available upon request and will cover all the necessary details, such as instructions on seatbelt operation, location of emergency exits and life jackets, tactile diagrams that help orient passengers to aircraft and aircraft positions, and other essential safety information.

Belson Coutinho, co-founder and chief marketing and experience officer, Akasa Air,said:  “We are committed to being socially cohesive with a focus on being dependable, warm, efficient, and reliable and our Braille in-flight safety manual is a testimony to this commitment.”