Successful entrepreneur Esma Dahbali introduced Jetweels to the world at JFKIAT Terminal 4 at JFK Airport. Dahbali is the creator and founder of this innovative and unique wheelchair which she believes will revolutionize the service chair industry. She proudly notes that the chair is entirely of plastic allowing passengers the comfort of not having to get out while passing security and she hopes TSA will adopt this chair in their program. She also points out the features of stability, comfortable ergonomic seating, ease of hygienic cleaning, maneuverability, inclusion of a baggage tray, embedded safety seatbelt, arm and foot rests and quick stackabity for storing.
During the introduction CMO Mike Volkin demonstrated the beauty and design of the chair. Guests loved the style, colors and versatility of the wheelchair. Deborah Davis , Publisher of a PUSHLiving Wheelchair Lifestyle Magazine & PUSHLivingPhotos Disability Stock Images, said ” This all plastic chair now being used at JFK can be nationwide soon! Esma Dahbali created this “kindness through innovation. Thank you for inviting me to be there this exciting launch day.”
The chairs will initially be used by Pax Assist at Terminal 4 for all passengers requiring assistance and it is being considered by other service chair operators throughout the airport.