Why Exhibit?

The Annual AAAE Conference & Exposition attracts over 2,000 aviation professionals. Beyond that, communications about the conference reach exponentially more potential buyers at over 850 large, medium and small hub airports. These buyers include airport executives, airport and aviation suppliers and vendors, airline personnel and representatives from FAA, TSA and DHS. Exhibiting with AAAE puts your name and information in front of all of these people. Once onsite, the highlight of the conference is the exhibit hall, where you have a dedicated audience, 97% of whom have buying power with their airports, waiting to see what you have to offer.

Attendee Areas of Interest

Benefits of Exhibiting

  • Three (3) exhibitor registrations per 10'x10' booth space.
  • 8' pipe and drape backdrop, 3' pipe and drape side rails.
  • 15 hours of exhibit hall visitation time, including dedicated hours as well as breakfasts, lunches and breaks for all attendees in the hall.
  • Exposure in the AAAE Buyers' Guide in Airport Magazine and the conference program.
  • Listing on AAAE Annual Conference online exhibitors' guide for one year and recognition in email marketing to conference attendees and potential attendees throughout the year.
  • Complimentary roster of pre-registered attendees for pre-show promotions.
  • Post-conference delegate roster so you can follow up on sales leads.
  • Priority consideration for speaking opportunities on panel sessions. 
  • Three (3) exhibit hall-only, one-day guest passes to be given to your customers.
  • Attendance at all business sessions.
  • Invitation to the Monday night social event.*
  • AAAE corporate member sign to display in your booth (if a member of AAAE).
  • Airport Magazine advertiser sign to display in your booth (if an advertiser in the magazine)

88th Annual AAAE Conference and Exposition Prospectus

Attendee By Job Title

Attendees are upper- and mid-level management from hundreds of airports from around the U.S. and the world. These executives are the drivers behind projects large and small that rely on industry-leading vendors.
  • Airport Directors
  • Airport Managers
  • Presidents and CEOs
  • Executive Directors
  • Board Members
  • Commissioners
  • Vice Presidents of Operations
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Chief Finance Officers
  • Directors of Operations
  • Directors of Security & Safety
  • Finance Directors
  • Facilities Managers
  • Terminal Managers
  • Airport Planning & Development Managers
  • Directors of Airport Economic Development
  • Directors of Marketing, Communications & Public Relations
  • Customer Service Managers
  • Concessions/Retail Managers