American Association of Airport Executives    Ph: 703.824.0500
601 Madison St., Suite 400, Alexandria VA 22314       Fx: 703.820.1395 / 703.797.9018 (Billing and Registration)

AAAE is widely recognized as one of the most effective advocacy groups in Washington.  Collectively, the AAAE staff has more than a century of experience advocating directly on behalf of the airport community - experience that helps deliver results for airport executives in the nation's capital.  

"I have been very proud to work with Chip Barclay and Todd Hauptli and their team over the years and I can tell you, you have one of the most effective organizations on Capitol Hill.  We have stood together on important fights in Congress."

- Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.), member of Senate Democratic Leadership and Senior Member of Senate Appropriations Committee

With decades of experience advocating directly on behalf of airport executives before Congress, the Airport Legislative Alliance team is widely recognized as one of the most effective transportation lobbying organizations in Washington. The ALA delivers results on Capitol Hill on key funding and policy questions and provides airport executives with constant communications on the state of play with key issues.

The AAAE Transportation Security Policy Department was created in October 2002 to focus exclusively on the important security challenges facing airports. The TSP department provides dedicated interaction with the Department of Homeland Security, the Transportation Security Administration, and other federal agencies responsible for homeland security issues and works to keep airports up-to-date on federal security policy.

The AAAE Regulatory Affairs Department represents airport executives before the Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency and others. The Regulatory Affairs team stays on top of the latest developments affecting airports on the regulatory front and ensures that airports have a strong voice in the federal regulatory process.