Posted on 10/3/2022
As we have done in the past when disaster strikes with direct impacts on our airport family, AAAE and ACI-NA have jointly established a disaster relief effort for airport employees affected by recent disasters.
TSA announces that Darby LaJoye, Executive Assistant Administrator for Security Operations, will retire effective October 22, 2022
AAAE will be hosting a virtual discussion with members to discuss the EPA's proposed rule that would designate two PFAS chemicals, PFOA and PFOS, as “hazardous substances."
House approves a continuing resolution that funds the government through December 16. The House and Senate are now on recess until after the midterms.
FAA releases its report to Congress on the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) for fiscal years 2023 to 2027.
The Senate passes the Expedited Delivery of Airport Infrastructure Act of 2021, which now goes to the president’s desk to be signed into law.
This House passes S. 3662, the Preventing PFAS Runoff at Airports Act, by a vote of 381 to 42.
The Senate passes a stopgap bill that funds the government through December 16.
The Senate Aviation Subcommittee holds a hearing on integrating new entrants into the National Airspace System.
FAA releases standards that will be required for any new on-airport vertiport facilities for federally obligated airports.
FAA releases the notice of funding opportunity that outlines how airports can apply for a share of the approximately $1 billion in FY23 discretionary funds under the Airport Terminal Program.
FAA announced the award of over $302 million in infrastructure grants as part of the fiscal year 2022 Airport Improvement Program
The Senate passes S. 516, the Advanced Air Mobility Coordination and Leadership Act, which will facilitate collaboration between federal agencies and civil aviation industry leaders to promote AAM technologies.
AAAE encourages use of a virtual insider training course to help badged employees at airports recognize and report behaviors that could indicate a threat to safety and security.
DOT provides updated guidance on how airports are expected to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and other nondiscrimination statutes and requirements.
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