Liverpool Airport are responsible for the service provision for customers with reduced mobility and disabilities in line with EC Regulation 1107/2006. Assistance is provided by our partners ABM.
For pre-booked departing customers - Upon arrival at the airport, once they have made themselves known:
- 80% of customers should wait no longer than 10 minutes
- 90% should wait for no longer than 20 minutes
- 100% should wait for no longer than 30 minutes
For non-pre-booked departing customers - Upon arrival at the airport, once they have made themselves known:
- 80% of customers should wait no longer than 25 minutes
- 90% should wait no longer than 35 minutes
- 100% should wait no longer than 45 minutes.
For pre-booked arriving customers - Assistance should be available at the aircraft side for:
- 80% of customers within 5 minutes of "on chocks"
- 90% within 10 minutes
- 100% within 20 minutes.
For non-pre-booked arriving customers - Assistance should be available at the aircraft side for:
- 80% of customers within 25 minutes of "on chocks"
- 90% within 35 minutes
- 100% within 45 minutes
Performance at Liverpool Airport for the periods October 2019 to March 2020 and for April 2020 to September 2020 against these Service Level Agreements can be found below. PRM refers to Passengers with reduced mobility and includes but is not limited to mobility, visual, audio, cognitive and sensory impairments.
Quality Standards - October 2021 - March 2022
Quality Standards - April 2021 - September 2021
Quality Standards - October 2020 - March 2021
Standard (waiting time once PRM made themselves known) - For departing PRMs this is the time difference between the time a person first makes themselves known (either in person/phone/buzzer) and when face to face contact is made. For the majority of occasions with airports with manned PRM desks, this should be immediate. This is intended primarily to capture waiting times when PRMs call from designated points or from unmanned PRM desks.
Standard (time assistance available at gate from arrival on chocks) - For arriving PRMs this is the time difference between when staff arrive at the gate (or other area) ready to disembark PRMs and the on chocks time. It is important that this is recorded for all PRMs (i.e. airports must measure this standard for all staff needed to disembark all PRMs - and not just based on the first staff member to arrive at the gate). If airports prefer to record the time difference between the time PRMs are actually disembarked and on chocks time, this is acceptable although the same targets apply.