the Petition for the Airline Passenger Bill of Rights
And have all your friends sign the
petition too, please!
signature is needed to help persuade Congress to act.
Please fill out and
send in the form below as part of your actions to help get
this needed legislation passed.
Part 4 of a 4 part series -
explains why we need a Passenger Bill of Rights, and
part 2 proposes the details of
Bill. Part 3
tells you how you can help get the Bill of Rights enacted
A petition signature is far
from the most compelling expression of support you can give, but
it is certainly the quickest and easiest.
So please sign the electronic
petition below, and then
express your support in some of the other recommended ways we
list here too.
Simply complete the form
below and click on the Submit bottom at the bottom to have your
name and voter details added to the petition that will be sent
to members of both Congress and Senate.
You also have a chance to
add your own personal thoughts and comments in support of the
Bill of Rights in the 'extra comments' space.
Your information will of
course be kept completely confidential and will not be shared
with anyone else.
Thank you for adding your
voice to that of fellow travelers and for supporting this
But don't stop now. As
soon as you've added your name to the petition, please then do
some of the other
necessary steps listed here, too.
Read more in Parts 1 and 2
Part 1 we outline
the present problems and why it is we now need an Airline
Passenger Bill of Rights. In
Part 2 we set out the exact contents
of a proposed Passenger Bill of Rights. And
Part 3 tells you how
you can help ensure the Passenger Bill of Rights gets passed.
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9 Feb 2007, last update
28 May 2011
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