AAAE holds 90 domestic and international meetings each year with 10,000 attendees, comprised of airport and aviation executives. AAAE's meetings deliver industry knowledge tailored for airport profesionals and offer important training and networking opportunities for career growth and business development.
The 22nd Annual National Aviation Environmental Management Conference will cover a comprehensive slate of environmental and air quality issues, including the latest developments in regulatory affairs, research and technology. Updates will be provided regarding the Effluent Limitation Guidelines (ELG) rulemaking and the Voluntary Pollution Reduction Program, along with other relevant regulatory issues. Other topics will include water quality, sustainability, air quality, climate, efficiency, alternative fuels, energy and many more. Presentations of key studies from the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) will be made as well.
Attend the General Aviation (GA) Issues and Security Conference to hear from industry leaders on topics such as revenue development, ASSET 2, NextGen & UAV's, wildlife hazard assessments and management plans, aviation insurance, as well as three security sessions. By attending you will learn best practices in revenue generation, strategies for building and preserving relationships on the airfield, as well as hear the latest regulatory developments. This year topics are being designed to reach a broader general aviation audience, including the pilot community, business aviation operators and airport businesses as discussions address the declining pilot population and the dynamics of relationships that take place in the airport environment.
Shrinking federal budgets and constrained local resources have forced airports across the globe to focus increasingly on innovative ways to raise non-aeronautical revenue to support airport operations. Hidden opportunities can often be found during periods of economic uncertainty. The AAAE/IAAE Transatlantic Options for Increasing Non-Aeronautical Airport Revenue Conference will bring airport, airline and industry leaders from both sides of the Atlantic together to discuss best practices, emerging opportunities and lessons learned for maximizing concessions, car parking, public-private partnerships and other non-aeronautical revenue sources.