Travel with Instruments action
Orchestras, chamber ensembles, and individual musicians frequently travel in order to bring the experience of live music to audiences here and abroad. In order to facilitate domestic and international cultural activity, the League and its members work to support uniform policies that provide reasonable and reliable procedures for traveling with musical instruments.
Understand the latest rules for traveling with items containing endangered species material.
- League Comments to Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking
- 35 Members of Congress Sign Bipartisan Letter Urging FAA to Take Action
- League and AFM Join in National Push for Immediate Implementation of Carry-On Relief for Musical Instruments (February 3, 2014)
- League, AFM and The Recording Academy Submit Joint Recommendations to U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service re: Upcoming CITES Meeting
- Success! Air Travel to Improve for Musicians (February 6, 2012)
- League and AFM Support Improvements to Lacey Act
- Tips for Domestic Air Travel for Musicians
- Tips for Traveling with Instruments Containing Protected Species
- Letter Confirms Pernambuco Decision
- League and AFM File Comments to U.S. CITES Representative
- League Files Comments to U.S. Customs & Border Protection