Recent In-Flight Sexual Abuse Complaints to Feds Released By Airline Passenger Group… Nothing Done?   Perpetrators Allowed to “Sleep it Off,” Served “3 Jack Daniels and 1 wine,” and Not Met by Police   For more information, contact Paul Hudson, President, FlyersRights.org at 800-662-1859 or paul@flyersrights.org.   Washington, DC-November 29, 2018- FlyersRights.org has released 20 detailed… Read More


NPR All Things Considered- July 12, 2018   Excerpted from the article: “It’s really become almost like a torture class,” says Paul Hudson, president of the group Flyers Rights. Hudson argues that tinier seats are not just unsafe for evacuations, but can cause blood clots and other health problems, and lead to more passenger conflicts.… Read More


TSA Is Keeping a Secret Watchlist of Those Who Resist   Are you a smart aleck to Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers? Have ever swatted away a screener’s hand or expressed displeasure at what you considered intrusive groping? Do you hang around airport checkpoints? Well, you could be on America’s newest watchlist and not know it. That’s because the list… Read More


TRUMP DOT TO AIRLINE PASSENGERS: NO FEE TRANSPARENCY FOR YOU Victory for Airline Lobby expands airline exemption from consumer protection law WASHINGTON DC – December 8, 2017 The US Department of Transportation (DOT) announced today that it was withdrawing a pending rulemaking requiring airlines to disclose fees for baggage and other so called extra services… Read More


October 6, 2017   Major Consumer & Passenger Rights Groups Launch Ad Opposing Air Traffic Privatization   Washington D.C., October 6, 2017— Today, leading airline passenger, consumer and rural organizations, including National Consumers League, FlyersRights.org, Consumer Action, the Alliance for Aviation Across America and In The Public Interest launched an ad to set the record… Read More


Paul Hudson’s CBS Appearance FlyersRights.org President Paul Hudson appeared on CBS Evening News on September 13, 2017 to discuss the July 28 judicial victory in the Federal Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. The three judge panel ordered the FAA to re-consider its decision to not place a moratorium on further seat size reductions.… Read More