Last year, about 100,000 flights took off around the world every single day. Aviation is still one of the safety ways to travel. Title 49 U.S.C. empowers FAA to prescribe regulations and minimum safety standards and requires air carriers to provide service with the highest possible degree of safety in the public interest. Air carriers, are responsible for safety management, quality assurance and quality control.
Cabin safety plays an important role in maintaining safe aircraft operations, and we continually seek ways to improve cabin safety. The information below covers various cabin safety topics and is intended for passengers, flight attendants, and the aviation industry. For more information, please call the Air Transportation Division at 202-267-8166.
- Information for travelers, how to fly safe, including child safety, traveling with pets, international travel, baggage and travel tips.
- Pets in the Cabin Frequently Asked Questions
- Passengers with Disabilities
- Reauthorization Bill Section 326
- Cabin Safety Subject Index
- Regulations, Policies, and Guidance
- InFO 08016, Flight Attendant Certificate of Demonstrated Proficiency: Information on the Web (PDF)
- Form AC 8060-56 — Application for Replacement of Lost, Destroyed, or Paper Airman Certificates(s)
- Acceptance Criteria for Portable Oxygen Concentrators Used On Board Aircraft
- AC 120-95A – Portable Oxygen Concentrators (Acceptance criteria)
- Acceptance Criteria for Portable Oxygen Concentrators