Congress is about to put you at risk.

Tell them NO. Stop them from reducing the number of flight training hours required for airline pilots.

Send a Letter to Congress Now

Well-Trained Pilots Save Lives.

In 2010, Congress passed a law to strengthen the training and qualification required of pilots who fly U.S. airline carriers. Between 1990 and 2009, more than 1,100 people were killed in passenger airline crashes in the U.S.—including individuals on the ground who happened to be in the path of a falling aircraft. Since the training and qualification requirements were changed in 2010, there has not been a single pilot training-related fatality on U.S. passenger airlines.

Download ALPA's position paper, "We Keep America Flying" (PDF)