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I have been published by Runway Girl Network, APEX Media, Regional Gateway, The Daily Mail, USA Today, Disability Horizons and Able Magazine.  All blogs have copyright to Mary Doyle and are not to be copied or used without permission. All rights reserved. Please contact me if you would like to discuss a writing commission.

Prevalis lift seeks to offer dignity and safety for PRMs and personnel

In a one-on-one interview with Prevalis PRM consultant Brian Roquas, wheelchair user and accessible aviation consultant Mary Doyle, learns about the new product, and why the Rotterdam-based company believes it’s essential to offer a safe and dignified way to position PRMs into their aircraft seat, while ensuring assistance staff are not injured.

Industry reviews creative air travel accessibility solutions

Mary Doyle talks to Runway Girl Networks about the challenges faced by disabled passengers and passengers with restricted mobility (PRMs).

The Legal Future of Accessible Aviation For All

Mary Doyle discusses flying as a wheelchair user and what is required, with the Law Society.

The Power of Not Yet

Big Up Your Growth Mindset with neuroscience.

Making airports accessible for all

As the demand for air travel continues to grow, Chloe Greenbank (with Rocket Girl Coach) explores how airports are catering for passengers with disabilities and reduced mobility. Look at pages 30 -32.

Rock your difference

Confidence is believing in yourself and knowing that you have the skills and ability to do what you set out to do. It’s being yourself and being completely comfortable with it, owning it and rocking it.

Mary campaigns for Flying Disabled on live BBC TV and radio

Government announces new aviation passenger charter to improve flying experience for disabled people

Mary is named in Daily Mail Britain’s 50 most remarkable women

The most fabulous FEMAILS: To mark 50 years of Femail, a celebration of how Britain’s 50 most remarkable women made it big.

Mary holds a Guinness World Record for towing a Dreamliner

World record set as 100 people in wheelchairs pull British Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Heathrow.

Disabled Passenger’s Bill Of Rights?

Proposed U.K. regulation seeks to make flying easier

St Albans woman named in the Top 100 influential disabled people

Mary Doyle, from St Albans, Herts who is a Personal/Executive Coach, STEM/Accessible Aviation Advocate and CEO Rocket Girl Coaching was announced as one of the top 100 most influential people with a disability in the UK.

Heading Beyond Accessibility

British Airways Staff Magazine, Up To Speed, September 2018.

The Heading Beyond Accessibility issue speaks to Rocket Girl Coach about the customer’s perspective of travelling by air as a wheelchair user.

Wheelchairs-in-the-cabin advocates optimistic about campaign progress

Recently invited to meet with EASA officials in Cologne to discuss the regulatory and certification considerations for allowing disabled passengers to remain in their wheelchairs in-flight, Flying Disabled founder and disability rights activist Chris Wood is optimistic that his campaign is gaining momentum.

MyPlus is know yourself, own yourself, be yourself and help others do the same.

Being a wheelchair user has given me the drive for disability to be normalised in business.

Why coaching is massively beneficial for disabled people

To some, the idea of coaching might seem daunting, unnecessary or even a little ‘hippy’. But it can be an incredibly useful tool to help you build your confidence and achieve what you want in life. Read on to find out how coaching changed the life of Mary Doyle, who is now a coach herself, and how it could be massively beneficial for you too. 

APEX Experience Travelogue – Human First

From humanoid customer service bots to crewmember skills and tools of the trade, we bring you the December/January issue of APEX Experience magazine. In it you’ll find the ultimate passenger experience care package – complete with a wheelchair user’s firsthand account of her air travel experiences.

The power of inclusion in travel, tech and life

Pressure is mounting for industry to do more to accommodate disabled passengers, including exploring the possibility of enabling them to stay in their own wheelchairs when they fly. Among the powerhouse individuals getting the word out about the so-called Flying Disabled campaign is “Rocket Girl” Mary Doyle, a wheelchair user, coach and disability awareness trainer.

In this interview with Runway Girl Network, Mary explains why she is passionate about the customer experience, inclusion, human potential and technology, and she brings us up to speed on the important work being done by Flying Disabled.

Op-Ed: Disabled passengers deserve better accommodation

Rocket Girl, aka coach Mary Doyle is spreading the word about a new UK campaign aimed at bringing equality to wheelchair users in aircraft cabins….