Long Beach Airport Tour*:
Attendees can enjoy a tour of the award-winning Long Beach Airport, which will highlight three of the airport’s key tenants. LGB is home to FlightSafety International’s Long Beach Learning Center, which features their new Gulfstream G650 simulator, as well as pilot training on the Gulfstream GIII, GIV, GV, G450, G550 and G650, the Cessna Citation II and V, and Beechcraft King Air 200 aircraft. Gulfstream’s Service Center is a 325,182 square-feet facility that doubles as a completion center for Gulfstream G550 and G650 aircraft. The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Aero Bureau based at LGB operates 18 helicopters, making it the largest fleet of sheriff department helicopters in the country. The airport tour will also include a visit to the airfield and a demonstration by a USDA Wildlife Biologist. Maximum number of attendees: 100
This tour will take place on Tuesday, May 9 at 1-4 p.m. Attendees may only participate in ONE tour. This tour is currently at capacity. Contact Christine Montgomery if you would like to be placed on the waitlist. Limited slots are available for the Port of Long Beach Tour so sign up today!
Port of Long Beach Tour:
*Please note, in order to participate with the Long Beach Airport Tour, AAAE will need to obtain your full name (as it appears on a government-issued photo ID) and date of birth in advance of the tour for security clearance. You must also bring a government-issued photo ID with you on the day of the tour. Please send this information to Christine Montgomery no later than Friday, April 28.
The 90-minute narrated excursion will explore operations at the second busiest Port in the nation including towering cranes, the most advanced and green terminal in the world, new infrastructure projects such as the Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement and possibly even a glimpse of local marine life including sea lions and dolphins. Attendees will also learn about the variety of groundbreaking green programs the Port has implemented to reduce the environmental impact of operations. Maximum number of attendees: 100
This tour will take place on Tuesday, May 9 at 1-4 p.m. Attendees may only participate in ONE tour.