Travel (UK)

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This list, in alphabetical order, lists travel-related organisations in the UK whose status on genderqueer and nonbinary identity acceptance is known. Edits should, where possible, link to evidence.

Click here to return to the Recognition (UK) list of types of organisation.

Travelers flying to, from, over, or through US airspace should note that the TSA requires airlines to collect gender information on each passenger, and the gender must be binary. This is true regardless of the nationality of the airline. The TSA has a policy for transgender travelers, but it's not much help to those who don't fit the binary.

American Airlines[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow gender neutral titles? The online booking system doesn't ask for any passenger titles at all.
  • Do they allow no title? Yes.
  • Evidence: AmericanAirlines.co.uk

Air New Zealand[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow any gender neutral titles? Not online, but they'll waive the telephone booking fee if the website doesn't accept your title.
  • Do they allow no title? Unknown.
  • Evidence: Email from customer support

Disabled Persons Railcard[edit | edit source]

Link to homepage.

East Coast[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow gender neutral titles? Yes.
  • Do they allow no title? Unknown, but it doesn't look like it
  • Evidence: Screenshot of homepage after booking tickets

First Great Western[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow gender neutral titles? Yes.
  • Do they allow no title? No.
  • Evidence: Registration form
  • Note: The postal address used to deliver tickets to has its own completely free-form name field which does not require a title.

First TransPennine Express[edit | edit source]

Link to homepage.

Great Rail[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow gender neutral titles? No, but an issue is raised with their IT dept. Web bookings aren't possible, telephone bookings have to be with a currently-recognised title but with a comment added to the record.
  • Do they allow no title? No.
  • Evidence: Phone call.

Heart of Wales Line Railcard[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow any gender neutral titles? Yes.
  • Do they allow no title? Unknown.
  • Evidence: Scan of railcard, 2014
  • Note: Railcard can only be applied for in person or on paper form. The Heart of Wales Line is operated by Arriva Trains Wales, whose website requires a title from a restricted list.

National Express[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow gender neutral titles? Yes.
  • Do they allow no title? Unknown, but it doesn't look like it
  • Evidence:

National Rail[edit | edit source]

Link to homepage.

Netflights.com[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow any gender neutral titles? Unknown.
  • Do they allow no title? Yes, if you contact them about it.
  • Evidence: Tweet from Quarridors, February 2012: "Fantastic customer service from @netflights, they've removed the gender title from my e-ticket and boarding pass all over Twitter and email!"

Link to homepage.

Transport for London[edit | edit source]

Link to Transport for London Link to Oyster Online

Travel Republic[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow any gender neutral titles? Not for the person making the booking, any title is acceptable for the lead traveller though.
  • Do they allow no title? Unknown.

Link to homepage.

Tune Hotels[edit | edit source]

  • Do they allow any gender neutral titles? No
  • Do they allow no title? No
  • Evidence:
  • Note: Edit the source html of their website and it happily accepts Mx as a title and Human as a gender. Nobody questioned this when I arrived.

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