ACE Airport Finance

ACE Finance is the first comprehensive program designed for airport personnel responsible for the financial operations at commercial service and general aviation airports. It is based on federal regulations and policy, research from aviation organizations and generally accepted financial practices. Airport Finance professionals will gain a better grasp on the airport system, the intricacies of airport management and operations and the relationship to the fiscal environment to help them strategically plan, budget and allocate funds.

The program will provide an overview of airport planning and development practices relevant to the airport financial environment including the fundamentals of airport budgetary policies and practices and lessons on how financial data is handled and reported.

This program also serves to expand the opportunities for other airport professionals seeking additional knowledge about this important aspect of airport management, by providing an overview of airport planning and development practices relevant to the airport financial environment, which could lead to opportunities for advancement and expanded responsibilities.

Questions? 

Contact the Training Department at TrainingDept@aaae.org

Download the ACE Program application form here
How can you earn this prestigious and unique designation? Follow these steps:
  1. Choose which ACE Program you'd like to pursue. 
  2. Pay the ACE program fee of $510.
  3. Indicate whether you would like to complete the self-study program or attend a review course.
  4. After being accepted into the program, you will receive a welcome email with detailed instructions on how to become an ACE. Your course modules will be sent to you electronically when AAAE has received payment. Exceptions may be made for those attending review courses.
  5. Complete the self-study program and pass the online exam.
  6. Sign-up for a review course, including the final exam.  Search the AAAE Training Calendar for review course dates and locations.

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