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Disability discrimination: BA fails to make reasonable adjustments within a reasonable timescale

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    Duckworth v British Airways plc ET/3304740/11 (0 other reports)

Duckworth v British Airways plc ET/3304740/11

disability discrimination | duty to make reasonable adjustments | reasonable timescale

In this case, the employment tribunal found that British Airways plc's (BA's) failure to transfer one of its cabin crew, whose disability meant he could no longer undertake long-haul flying duties, to short-haul flights within a reasonable timescale amounted to a failure to make reasonable adjustments.