The General Aviation Caucus provides a vehicle for U.S. congressmen to learn about general aviation and legislative issues affecting the community.
With revenue of more than $150 billion and employment of more than 1.3 million people, general aviation is a crucial part of the nation’s economy and transportation system. It has never been more important to have our legislators educated on the issues affecting GA.
The GA Caucus’ purpose is to bring members of Congress and their staffs together in support of GA by holding regular meetings on issues affecting the industry. Regular briefings will be held on issues such as legislation to reauthorize the FAA, the Large Aircraft Security Program, and aviation security, among others.