Posted on 4/20/2021
During a hearing before a Senate Appropriations Committee, lawmakers questioned DOT Secretary Pete Buttigieg about the administration’s infrastructure package and addressing climate change.
FAA Offices of Airports and Civil Rights announced that they will be hosting a webinar event on Apr. 22, at 2 p.m. ET to answer questions on Airport Concessions Relief Grants that have been made available through the CRRSAA.
AAAE submitted comments to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in response to a request for input on the research activities that the agency is conducting to inform future aircraft noise policy.
The Senate approved Polly Trottenberg, President Biden’s pick to serve as Deputy Secretary of Transportation, by a vote of 82 to 15.
As infrastructure talks continue to heat up in Washington, we are urging airports to ask their elected officials to ensure that the next infrastructure package that Congress considers includes much-need funds to help airports of all sizes build criti
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released an updated frequently asked questions (FAQ) document that provides guidance for airport sponsors on how FAA will administer the “Airport Coronavirus Response Grant Program” (ACRGP).
The White House today unveiled the outline for its budget request for discretionary spending in Fiscal Year 2022.
President Biden last week released the American Jobs Plan -- a $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal that calls for $25 billion to upgrade our nation’s aviation system, billions more for transportation and infrastructure projects, and funding for...
We need your help to convince House of Representative lawmakers to fund our aviation security priorities in the upcoming DHS appropriations bill for FY22 and to end the diversion of aviation security fees to pay for deficit reduction.
As Congress prepares to gear up for the FY22 appropriations process, we need your help as we urge lawmakers to increase funding for the AIP, the FAA Contract Tower Program, and adopt other airport priorities in the annual DOT and DHS spending bills.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its travel guidance for people who have been fully vaccinated.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced the award of $627.7 million in airport infrastructure grants as part of the fiscal year (FY) 2021 Airport Improvement Program (AIP).
TSA held its monthly conference call for airport stakeholders. The conference call was led by Alan Paterno, TSA's Airport Industry Engagement Manager in the office of Policy, Plans, and Engagement (PPE).
In six months, the full REAL ID enforcement deadline will go into effect at all federally regulated airports.
President Biden released the outline for his American Jobs Plan -- a $2 trillion infrastructure proposal that includes $25 billion to upgrade our nation’s aviation system and billions more for highways, bridges, and transit systems.
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