We meet with congressional staff to express the concerns of our members and the need for legislative reform.
We submit requests for regulatory reform and serve on government advisory committees.
We have filed suit against the TSA and participated as Amicus Curiae in lawsuits filed against the TSA by others.
We respond to media requests, and have been interviewed on radio, television, and in print.
We ask our members for their views and concerns, and use this feedback to guide us when we serve on government committees and make recommendations to Congress and to government agencies.
We review federal and state laws, court cases, government reports, and aviation news stories that affects passengers. We consult with other groups, such as parents of children with special needs, for their perspective on current and future government policies that affect passengers. The National Association of Airline Passengers is your voice to Congress, Government agencies, and the airline industry.