Alexander  T. Marriott washington

Alexander T. Marriott



Alex Marriott is an associate in Eckert Seamans’ Aviation Group, focusing on aviation regulatory and policy matters and competition issues within the aviation industry.

Alex counsels and represents airlines, airports, and related industries on a wide range of matters before the Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and the Department of State (DOS). He specializes in the start-up of new airlines, guiding airlines through regulatory processes to obtain economic authority from DOT, technical approvals from FAA, and approvals from DHS and its components, as well as addressing issues under international bilateral aviation agreements and aviation treaties. Alex also advises airlines on competition issues, enforcement and fitness matters, and day-to-day operational matters, including regulatory compliance, important rulemakings, and international route authority.

Alex specializes in security matters related to aviation and the transportation of cargo, and represents airlines during enforcement actions by the FAA, DOT, TSA, and CBP.

Part of Alex’s practice is to provide trainings to airline employees on compliance with 14 CFR 382, Non-Discrimination on the Basis of Disability in Air Travel, as well as presentations on legislative and regulatory initiatives impacting the aviation industry.

Prior to joining, Eckert Seamans, Alex was an associate at a boutique aviation law firm, where he represented airlines and airports in regulatory matters.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Bar Association Forum on Air & Space Law
  • American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Air & Space Law Committee
  • Aero Club of Washington

Community Involvement

  • Chair of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6E, District of Columbia

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