Making visible, the invisible
We were at the launch of the initiative sunflower, which is joined by the El Dorado airport in Bogotá, which from now on is part of a network of 188 terminals in 26 countries that provide solutions and close gaps in terms of inclusion worldwide. We support this initiative, which is expected to provide people with the autism spectrum, among other conditions, understanding, and support inside the airport, such as accessing priority lines in airport security processes, Colombian migration, and the Dian.
What is Sunflower?
The program Hidden The Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard was started at London Gatwick Airport in 2016. It is now recognized by most UK airports, as well as supermarkets, train stations, museums and more.
Wearing a sunflower lanyard allows passengers to identify themselves to staff as having an invisible disability. It is a voluntary program and passengers are not required to participate.