The House Appropriations Committee approved a FY21 DHS spending bill on July 15, 2020.
The House Appropriations Committee approved a FY21 DOT spending bill on July 14, 2020 that includes almost $6.4 billion for airport programs.
AAAE and GBAC have established a formal partnership to accredit airports that meet the highest level of cleanliness and safety at their facilities to minimize risk from coronavirus and other infectious agents.
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AAAE meetings expand your professional network and feature industry knowledge tailored to your needs, while the AAAE Hub online community connects you to colleagues every day.
AAAE is widely recognized as one of the most effective advocacy groups in Washington.
Individual online courses and whole-airport solutions offer training in all aspects of airport knowledge, while certification gives you added credibility in the field.
Your growth is our mission, which is why we provide the Career Center, Mentor Match and more resources designed to help your career takeoff.
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Solutions to the challenges your airport faces every day, including customized training and essential services like badging and rideshare control.
Kelly Campbell , A.A.E.Executive Director, AviationLubbock Preston Smith International Airport
Enroll in the GBAC STAR Accreditation Program to show your commitment to the highest standards of cleanliness.
Belong to a strong, collaborative network of airport professionals who understand the challenges you are facing. AAAE members are passionate aviation leaders, from the C-Suite, throughout the terminal and on the airfield.