The questions I came up with are more like scenarios but I am curious to get the thoughts of others. Let me know what you think!
The definition of reasonable accommodation explains that an accommodation is not unreasonable if it does not create an undue hardship for the employer. At what point is an accommodation an undue hardship? If an employer has to spend $20 to make an accommodation for one employee this is not an substantial cost but it is $20 more than they will spend on a non disabled employee.
If a city owns a park on top of a hill that is only accessible by stairs what sort of accommodation would the city have to make in order for the park to be ADA compliant? Requiring a costly ramp to be built in order to grant access to a facility that does not generate revenue seems like an undue financial hardship for a local government.
One of the requirements to be a certified pilot for a jet powered aircraft is to be able to see color. Colorblindness is a condition that an individual is born with, much like a disability. By not making accommodations to allow individuals with colorblindness to become pilots are airlines ADA compliant?