AAAE Blog

Congratulations to Three New Accredited Airport Executives!

Posted on 9/20/2018
Congratulations to the following three new Accredited Airport Executives, who passed their final interviews at the 2018 F. Russell Hoyt National Airports Conference in Anchorage, Alaska.

Congratulations to Our New Accredited Airport Executive!

Posted on 9/17/2018
Congratulations to Franklyn D. Liburd, A.A.E., Systems Accountant III, Houston Airport System, for becoming an Accredited Airport Executive last Wednesday.

Public Art Trends: Art from Recycled Materials

Posted on 9/10/2018
For years, public artists have been exploring new and different mediums for their public art installations. But, inspiration does not have to come from new or expensive materials. Sometimes public art projects can be born from repurposed materials.

Sensitive Security Information - The Assumptions We Make

Posted on 9/4/2018
Airports and air carriers are required to protect sensitive security information (SSI). Sounds simple right? If you are a security director you assume your staff is handling SSI correctly – but are they?

Congratulations to Our New Accredited Airport Executive!

Posted on 8/28/2018
Congratulations to our newest Accredited Airport Executive - Mark Baker, A.A.E., Senior Vice President, Airport Infrastructure Management, Denver International Airport. Way to go, Mark!

Flashback Friday: Amelia Earhart Completes Coast-to-Coast Flight

Posted on 8/24/2018
Tomorrow will be the 86th anniversary of Amelia Earhart landing her Lockheed Vega 5B aircraft at Newark Municipal Airport, making her the first woman to pilot a solo, nonstop flight across the continental United States.

Flashback Friday: Meriden Markham Municipal Airport Through the Years

Posted on 8/10/2018
We're traveling to Connecticut for this week's jaunt in the virtual airport time machine known as Flashback Friday.

Biometrics at Airports

Posted on 8/6/2018
Biometric screening technologies have the potential to transform the passenger travel experience, enhancing both efficiency and security. U.S. Customs and Border Protection has been at the forefront of introducing these transformative biometric techn