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Membership 114th Congress

Subcommittee Ranking Member

Rick Larsen
Washington ~ 02

Democratic Members

Eleanor Norton
District of Columbia ~ 00

Eddie Johnson
Texas ~ 30

Daniel Lipinski
Illinois ~ 03

Andre Carson
Indiana ~ 07

Ann Kirkpatrick
Arizona ~ 01

Dina Titus
Nevada ~ 01

Sean Maloney
New York ~ 18

Cheri Bustos
Illinois ~ 17

Julia Brownley
California ~ 26

Michael Capuano
Massachusetts ~ 07

Steve Cohen
Tennessee ~ 09

Richard Nolan
Minnesota ~ 08

John Garamendi
California ~ 03

Peter DeFazio
Oregon ~ 04


Frank LoBiondo
New Jersey ~ 02

Republican Members

Don Young
Alaska ~ 00

John Duncan
Tennessee ~ 02

John Mica
Florida ~ 07

Sam Graves
Missouri ~ 06

Candice Miller
Michigan ~ 10

Blake Farenthold
Texas ~ 27

Richard Hanna
New York ~ 22

Reid Ribble
Wisconsin ~ 08

Mark Meadows
North Carolina ~ 11

Rodney Davis
Illinois ~ 13

Mark Sanford
South Carolina ~ 01

Rob Woodall
Georgia ~ 07

Todd Rokita
Indiana ~ 04

Ryan Costello
Pennsylvania ~ 06

Mimi Walters
California ~ 45

Barbara Comstock
Virginia ~ 10

Carlos Curbelo
Florida ~ 26

Lee Zeldin
New York ~ 01

Bill Shuster
Pennsylvania ~ 09

The Subcommittee on Aviation has jurisdiction over all aspects of civil aviation, including safety, infrastructure, labor, and international issues. Within this scope of responsibilities, the Subcommittee has jurisdiction over the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a modal administration within the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT). This jurisdiction covers all programs within the FAA as well as aviation programs of the USDOT with respect to economic regulation of air carriers and passenger airline service. In addition, the Subcommittee has jurisdiction over commercial space transportation (currently shared with the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology), the National Mediation Board, and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). While jurisdiction over the NTSB is shared with other subcommittees, the Subcommittee on Aviation traditionally takes the lead on NTSB-related issues.

Issues within the jurisdiction of the Subcommittee on Aviation include:

  • Air traffic control modernization
  • Airport capacity
  • Airport Improvement Program grants
  • Airspace
  • Airline competition and antitrust issues
  • Aviation safety
  • Aviation security (issues that affect commerce and safety)
  • Commercial aviation and air carrier operations
  • Commercial space transportation
  • Airline consumer protection
  • Environmental requirements
  • Essential Air Service and other small-community air service programs
  • General aviation
  • Unmanned aircraft systems
  • International aviation
  • National Mediation Board
  • National Transportation Safety Board
  • War risk insurance
  • Use of navigable airspace

Recent Activity

Mar 24, 2015 Hearing

WHAT: The Subcommittee on Aviation will hold a hearing on:“Options for FAA Air Traffic Control Reform”
WHERE: 2167 Rayburn House Office Building
WHEN: 10:00AM, Tuesday, March 24, 2014


Mar 9, 2015 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Today, Ranking Member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Peter DeFazio (D-OR), sent letters to Secretaries Anthony Foxx and John Kerry, urging them to protect U.S. jobs and immediately act to restore a fair, competitive balance between U.S. air carriers and Gulf state subsidized airlines.

Mar 3, 2015 Hearing

WHAT: The Subcommittee on Aviation will hold a hearing on:“Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization: Enabling a 21st Century Aviation System”
WHERE: 2167 Rayburn House Office Building
WHEN: 9:30AM, Tuesday, March 3, 2014


Feb 27, 2013 Hearing

Subcommittee on Aviation Hearing on “Implementation of the FAA Reauthorization and Reform Act: One Year Later”

Wednesday, February 27, 2013; 10:30 AM

2167 Rayburn House Office Building

Nov 29, 2012 Hearing

Subcommittee on Aviation Hearing on “How Best to Improve our Nation’s Airport Passenger Security System Though Common Sense Solutions”

Thursday, November 29, 2012; 10:00 AM

2167 Rayburn House Office Building