The Government's being urged to action a member's bill on lasers, that's languishing at the bottom of the ballot box.
A consultation process is under way on how high-powered, handheld laser pointers should be managed.
Glen Kenny from the Airline Pilots' Association says lives are put at risk when the lasers are pointed at moving planes, and there's no reason why they should be in the hands of the public.
He says MP Cam Calder's private member's bill gives police greater powers and should be adopted by the Government.
Mr Kenny says so far this year, there have been at least a hundred cases of lasers being shone at planes as they landed or departed.
He says that puts lives at risk and he wants the more powerful laser models seized from individuals who don't have a valid reason for using them.