Stranded Airline Passengers Participate in Simulated Strand-In on the National Mall to Bring Attention to Passengers' Rights Legislation, Wednesday Sept. 19

Stranded Passengers from Across the Nation Will Urge Members of Congress for Swift Action that will Give Passengers Rights and a Legal Voice Aboard Commercial Planes

Travel Industry Wire Passengers from across the country who have been victims of disturbing strand-in situations at the hands of commercial airlines will stage a simulated strand-in situation on the National Mall, Wednesday, September 19 to bring attention to passengers' rights legislation. Members of the Coalition for an Airline Passengers' Bill of Rights (CAPBOR) joined by students and members of congress who support the need for congressional action on behalf of airline passengers are gathering to make their voices heard against the continuing inhumane treatment of airline passengers.

CAPBOR is urging Congress to ensure that the FAA Reauthorization Bills (H.R. 2881 and S. 1300) require airlines to establish a maximum tarmac delay period and to have the U.S. Secretary of Transportation (DOT) enforce them. According to DOT, the contingency plans currently offered by the airlines are not enforceable.

Kate Hanni, Founder and Executive Director of CAPBOR will be joined by Coalition member-organizations Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG), former commercial airline pilots, former jet engineers and airline industry employees. The event will include a full multi-media experience that will open your eyes to what it's like to be stranded!

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