AAAE holds approximately 80 domestic and international meetings each year with more than 11,000 attendees, comprised of airport and aviation executives. AAAE's meetings deliver industry knowledge tailored for airport professionals and offer important training and networking opportunities for career growth and business development.

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August 19-23, 2019
Alexandria, VA
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Training & Certification
Members of the armed forces are accustomed to being trained to perform at high levels. The Civilian/Military Airport Connection (CMAC) is the next step in training, in order to become more hirable, and more valuable to a future or current civilian airport employer. This is a two-part course. Attendees can choose to attend one or both of the sessions.
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September 8-10, 2019
Minneapolis, MN
General Aviation
Security
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
This annual gathering of industry stakeholders focuses on tackling the most challenging issues facing general aviation today and analyzing current trends to help airports better prepare for the road ahead. The interactive format of the sessions will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss and debate a variety of issues vital to general aviation.
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September 10-11, 2019
Minneapolis, MN
General Aviation
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
This dynamic and highly interactive workshop will take a best practices approach to the development, implementation, and enforcement of a number of extremely critical airport management and compliance documents including general aviation leasing policies, minimum standards, and rules & regulations.
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September 10-11, 2019
St. Louis, MO
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Training & Certification
Specifically for airport/airfield operations and maintenance departments, ASOS schools are a regular recurring part of virtually every airport’s training program. Learn more about Part 139 and other safety responsibilities in this two-day course.
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September 23-27, 2019
Minneapolis, MN
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Training & Certification
Environmental
Enhance the knowledge and skills needed to create a successful wildlife hazard management program in this hands-on, comprehensive, five day course.
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September 26-27, 2019
San Francisco, CA
Training & Certification
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Security
This two-day workshop will address three key topic areas and how they influence airport facilities and functions, such as parking reservations, revenue security, shuttle bus operations, parking equipment and management procurement, ground transportation and curbside management, and emerging transportation services.
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October 5-6, 2019
San Antonio, TX
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Finance & Legal
General Aviation
Get a comprehensive and thorough introduction to the business of airport management focusing on managing non-airline related business functions at airports of any size.
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October 6-8, 2019
San Antonio, TX
General Aviation
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Join us for timely discussions, important networking events and debates over the future direction of the nation's aviation sector as related to the conference theme of Sharing Solutions, Shaping Our Future.
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October 7-10, 2019
Alexandria, VA
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Training & Certification
Earn your ACE Operations! This interactive, Part 139-based course will educate and challenge personnel with airfield operations responsibilities.
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October 13-15, 2019
Denver, CO
Finance & Legal
Security
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of airport legal issues, earn CLE credits, and network with government officials and lawyers at this important workshop.
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October 15-17, 2019
Phoenix, AZ
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Customer Experience
Learn the public relations and monetary value of an art program, how to begin and maintain a program, and trusted best practices for a successful program as we highlight the art programs at large and small airports across the U.S. and Canada.
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October 16-17, 2019
Dallas, TX
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Training & Certification
Learn from numerous airfield project case studies from airports of all sizes. Each presentation will be designed to encourage dialogue between panel participants and attendees. Bring specific questions concerning your projects and have them answered at this interactive workshop!
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October 17-18, 2019
Dallas, TX
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Training & Certification
Overcome the challenges associated with pavement maintenance and rehabilitation needs related to your airport's operating environment, and learn how to establish an effective airport pavement management and maintenance program at this comprehensive workshop.
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October 21-23, 2019
Savannah, GA
Finance & Legal
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Airport managers rely on input from many sources and must deal with both expected and unexpected variability as continued uncertainty makes the process of establishing airline rates and charges an even more challenging process. Workshop attendees will be armed with the information, tools, and case study history necessary to preserve the financial health of their airports, and their relationships with their airlines & other stakeholders.
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October 28-30, 2019
Seattle, WA
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
General Aviation
Environmental
Noise remains a stubbornly persistent environmental challenge for airports. As such, attendees of this important conference will address the latest topics in airport noise management with sessions that look forward at what's to come. Take home best practices and exchange ideas with fellow attendees that include industry partners, FAA, airports, consultants and manufacturers.
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October 29-30, 2019
Los Angeles, CA.
Training & Certification
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Specifically for airport/airfield operations and maintenance departments, ASOS schools are a regular recurring part of virtually every airport’s training program. Learn more about Part 139 and other safety responsibilities in this two-day course.
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November 3-6, 2019
Chicago, IL
Environmental
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Attend the industry's leading sustainability event and you’ll take away an understanding of relevant megatrends to the aviation sector with a focus on the impact to airports as related to the conference theme of Destination: Sustainable Airports.
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November 6-8, 2019
Chicago, IL.
Customer Experience
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Come together with airport management, rental car representatives, consultants and designers to discuss issues of common concern and consider potential solutions in a cordial and relaxed environment. Attendees can expect to leave full of ideas to improve their own planning and management programs.
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November 17-19, 2019
Salt Lake City, UT
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Training & Certification
Examine potential strategies for the integration of UAS into the airspace, airport environment, and business operations. Speakers from across the industry with some of the most promising plans and pilot programs will be in attendance helping you gain insight and perspectives as you strategize ways in which UAS can safely and efficiently be integrated into your airspace and airport environment for the purposes of inspections, surveys, safety and more.
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December 4-6, 2019
Austin, TX
Finance & Legal
General Aviation
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Learn best practices, discuss strategies and issues, share experiences, and exchange insights with speakers from Unison, the FAA, airports, airlines, rating agencies, and the public finance sector. Also, hear from your peers on how they’ve managed CIPs through the last recession, airline industry consolidation, and all the uncertainties facing airports.