To celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) and Aira have teamed up to provide airport passengers with free access to the Aira service at any airport in the US for a full week, starting from May 17, 2018. …

Lifelong baseball fan and Aira Explorer, James Bybee, is taking a road trip across America to fulfill his personal goal of visiting every Major League Baseball Stadium. James will be taking Aira along to enhance his experiences. You can follow James’ journey on Twitter @ututes76, Facebook @James Bybee and Instagram @jbybee76 and the hashtag #MLBandAira.

James has been a fan of “America’s favorite pastime” ever since he was a child.

“I used to watch Cubs and Braves games on TV with my grandpa. He and I talked, and I started to develop a real interest in baseball. I knew that I really loved the game when I watched Kirk Gibson hit a game-winning home-run in game 1 of the 1988 World Series, even though I was cheering for the Oakland Athletics.” …

Why Aira? Why Now?

Black and white headshot of Greg Stilson wearing collared button down shirt and smiling at the camera.

Why Aira?

In January 2016 I had the opportunity to try out the Aira Glasses. Being blind myself and being a rather independent person, I was a bit skeptical of the benefits at first. Then I put on the glasses while going through the Chicago O’Hare airport and my skepticism was gone forever.

Typically I found myself waiting for long durations of time while the airlines/ airports found someone to assist me to my gates or baggage claim. …

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