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Coalition for an Airline Passengers Bill of Rights Charity Profile
The Coalition for an Airline Passengers'Bill of Rights was formed by hundreds of passengers who were stranded on several American Airlines planes for up to 9 hours at Ausin International Airport on December 29, 2006. During that period we were denied food, water or access to working bathroom facilities. Ignoring our pleas, the airline refused to allow passengers to deplane despite medical emergencies, and other health and safety issues. As a result of this ordeal, we discovered that there were thousands of other passengers who share similar experiences and together we decided to turn our anger and frustration into action. We are the fastest growing coaltion of airline passengers, with over 21,000 members on-board. Since forming, our coalition has made numerous visits to Congress and there are several passengers' rights provisions pending in the form of legislation and Department of Transportation regulation.
Coalition for an Airline Passengers Bill of Rights Volunteer Information
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