Table 4 shows the reported accessibility of dispensing machines by entity and mode.

Air Canada/Jazz has 82 automated check-in kiosks of which 100% can be used securely but not independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 0% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. WestJet has 26 automated check-in kiosks of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 100% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Moncton Airport has 2 pay parking machines of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 0% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Montreal Airport has 40 automated check-in kiosks of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 100% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. St. John’s International Airport has 3 information kiosks of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 0% by persons with visual impairments, 0% by persons with speech impairments, and 33% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Thunder Bay International Airport has 1 information kiosk of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 100% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Toronto Airport has 70 automated check-in kiosks of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 70% can be used securely by persons who are blind, 30% can be used independently by persons who are blind, 70% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. The Toronto Airport also has 8 info kiosks of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 100% securely but not independently by persons who are blind, 100% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Vancouver International Airport has 42 automated check-in kiosks of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 100% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Vancouver International Airport also has 18 pay parking machines of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 100% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Winnipeg International Airport has 6 pay parking machines of which 33% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 0% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. VIA has 32 automated check-in kiosks of which 100% can be used securely and independently by persons who use wheelchairs, 0% by persons who are blind, 0% by persons with visual impairments, 100% by persons with speech impairments, and 100% by persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.