MEETINGS

Event
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July 25-26, 2017
Washington, DC
Federal Affairs-Legislative & Regulatory
July will be a critical time in Washington for airports as we jointly urge lawmakers to support a modernized passenger facility charge and other key priorities for FAA reauthorization. The latest temporary FAA extension likely will be expiring just days after the Fly-In, as Congress works on FAA reauthorization, annual appropriations bills and security legislation. It will be a great time to be in Washington to reemphasize the federal policy priorities of importance to your airport and the industry.
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July 24-28, 2017
Alexandria, VA
Training
Security
This course provides a comprehensive review of the ACE-Security modules in preparation for the 100 multiple choice examination on the last day of the course. The content of the body of knowledge contains a blend of U.S. and international regulatory advisory information that is intended to establish a baseline of aviation security knowledge for professionals working in this dynamic environment.
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July 29-30, 2017
Denver, CO
Security
Specifically for airport/airfield operations and maintenance departments, ASOS schools are a regular recurring part of virtually every airport’s training program. Learn more about Part 139 and other safety responsibilities in this two-day course.
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July 29-30, 2017
Denver, CO
Airfield Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Training
This course educates airport employees, including snowplow and airport equipment operators, on how to utilize best practices while performing snow and ice control measures on airports during winter operations.






Mr. Keith Imberger

Intern, Marketing
AAAE

Member Spotlight

Get to know our 2017 AAAE Interns!

What school do you go to? Kent State University

Major: Aeronautics (Concentration: Air Traffic Control)

Year: Senior

What do you hope to gain from your AAAE internship? I hope to gain an incredible two-month long experience that I can take what I learned here and help others. Within that experience I hope to gain lifelong relationships here at AAAE that not only could help me further pursue my career, but also impact other young professionals in the aviation industry.

Career Aspiration? My career aspiration is aviation advocacy (Non-governmental or a Committee on Capitol Hill). A close second would be the FAA Administrator (Long-Shot).

Favorite Airport Code? KLOL

Dream Destination? Australia & the Great Barrier Reef

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