Congressional General Aviation Caucus
On January 23, 2015, U.S. Representatives Sam Graves (R-MO) and Marc Veasey (D-TX) re-established the General Aviation (GA) Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives of the 114th Congress. It is the goal of Representatives Graves and Veasey, the caucus co-Chairmen, along with national general aviation industry groups including NATA, to ensure that the bipartisan caucus, and its 283 members, advances public knowledge and awareness of general aviation's vital contributions to our nation's economy. The House General Aviation Caucus is the second largest caucus in Congress.
The Senate General Aviation Caucus,re-established by co-Chairmen Senators John Boozman (R-AR) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) on January 21, 2015, similarly aims to educate Senators from both sides of the aisle on general aviation's important contributions to our nation's economy and transportation system. The bipartisan Senate Caucus has 35 members.
The purpose of a congressional caucus is to inform Members and their staff about the importance of general aviation to our economy and transportation system. The General Aviation Caucus is open to all members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate despite party affiliation and committee assignments. Today, the General Aviation Caucus is the largest bipartisan caucus in Congress.
A complete list of all Caucus Members in order by state can be viewed here.
If your Representative is not listed as a GA Caucus member and you would like to request that they join the House General Aviation Caucus, please click here.
If your Senators are not listed as a GA Caucus member and you would like to request that they join the Senate General Aviation Caucus, click here.