Registration for the 2020 Airport Planning, Design, and Construction Symposium will open approximately 4 months prior to the conference dates. For budget planning purposes only, see the registration fees from the 2019 Symposium below. Fees for 2020 are subject to increase for each category and will be confirmed when registration opens.


In U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank; includes all handouts, three continental breakfasts, one welcome reception, two luncheons and refreshment breaks

2019 Early Registration Fee 2019 Late Registration Fee
ACC or AAAE Member $615 $685
Non-Member $820  $895 
U.S. Federal Government Employee $425  $425 
One-day Pass* - Wednesday or Thursday $500  $500 
Student Rate**  $340  $340 
Additional Events    
Young Professional Participant*** No Charge  
Airport Tour**** No Charge  

*Only ONE one-day pass may be purchased; multiple one-day passes are prohibited
**To qualify for the student rate, please send in a registration form with a copy of your student ID.
***For young professionals aged 35 or younger
****The Airport Tour is complimentary. However each registrant must sign up for the tour.

Accredited Airport Executives: This course is worth 15 credits in the AAAE Continuing Airport Management Education Unit (CEU) program. This course is expected to be worth 15.5 AIA/CES Learning Units or 15.5 PDHs for PEs or 15.5 AICP credits.

Photo/Video Disclaimer: By registering for and attending any AAAE/ACC event, you agree that your image may be used at any time, without further notification, for printed materials, web sites, social media and other marketing purposes.

If you require any special assistance to participate or have special dietary requirements, email AAAE accepts registration regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, sex, physical disability and national or ethnic origin. This includes but is not limited to admissions, employment and educational services.

AAAE Media Access Policy: AAAE reserves the right to grant at its sole discretion access to TV, radio and print media organizations or individuals that have registered and received prior authorization from AAAE at least 72 hours prior to an AAAE event they wish to cover. Due to the sensitive nature of some discussions, not all sessions at some AAAE events will be open to media. AAAE retains the sole right to grant or refuse media access for any event or section of an event it operates. Please direct all inquiries to Adam Snider, AAAE’s Director of Public Affairs.

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Feb. 19-21, 2020