Regional Airline Association

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With safety as its highest priority, RAA represents North American regional airlines, and the manufacturers of products and services supporting the regional airline industry, before the Congress, DOT, FAA and other federal agencies.


With more than 13,000 regional airline flights every day, regional airlines operate more than 50 per cent of the nation’s commercial schedule. Some 160 million passengers annually - more than one of every five domestic airline passengers - travel on regionals, and the more than 2,700 regional aircraft comprise about nearly 40 percent of the US commercial passenger fleet. Most notably, regional airlines serve 631 communities across the country and in 486 of those communities - 77 percent of the US - regional airlines provide the only scheduled service.

Founded in 1975, Washington, DC-based RAA also provides a wide array of technical, government relations and public relations services for regional airlines. The association's 32 member airlines and 280 associate members represent the key decision makers of this vital sector of the commercial aviation industry.

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Regional Airline Association
2025 M Street, NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036-3309
United States

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Telephone: 
202/367-117
Fax: 
202/367-2170

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