What Does GAAC Do?

GAAC’s mission is to preserve and promote our nation’s general aviation airports.

  • Unify the voice of GA airports to support legislation and policies that benefit GA airports
  • Promote awareness of the economic impact of GA airports
  • Share best practices and information regarding the day-to-day operations of GA airports
  • Host monthly conference calls to discuss issues of importance to GA airports and to provide updates on relevant federal legislative and policy issues.

GAAC Member Notices

There are no member notices at this time.
To post a notice, please contact Jennifer Imo

Press Releases & Current News

April 9, 2014 – GAAC joins industry letter to Transportation Appropriations leadership urging full funding for contract towers.
March 20, 2014 – FAA Releases Report on ASSET 2: In-Depth Review of the 497 Unclassified Airports.  For the Executive Summary and Summary, click here.  For the Report, click here.  For the list and disposition of the 497 airports, click here.
February 25, 2014 – GAAC member, McKinney National Airport in the news. 
October 28, 2013 – GAAC joins industry coalition urging dedicated funding for contract towers.  Contract Tower Letter
October 9, 2013 – Congratulations to GAAC member Massachusetts Airport Management Association for your hard work securing yesterday’s announcement by Governor Deval Patrick as General Aviation Month in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  News Release Aviation Month 2013 October 4 2013.pdf