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The Irish Society for Autism is a member of the Commission for Aviation Regulation’s Passenger Advisory Group, which aims to improve the understanding of what is important to passengers at Dublin Airport. 

Airplane passing the setting sun. The Irish Society for Autism is part of Passenger Advisory Group


The Passenger Advisory Group is composed of thirteen organisations that represent the diversity of passengers at Dublin Airport, with the Irish Society for Autism working to ensure that the needs of Autistic people are recognised and addressed.

The Passenger Advisory Group will examine how passenger priorities are addressed by the quality of service, and relevant capital investment projects proposed by Dublin Airport. In September 2019, the Commission for Aviation Regulation will take account of the advice from the Passenger Advisory Group to decide how to monitor the quality of service, and approve relevant capital investment projects from 2020.