The FAA classifies airports based on their size relative to the overall national system.  Medium-hub airports as those with a percent of annual passenger boardings of at least 0.25 percent but less than 1 percent of the nationwide total.  ACI-NA’s Medium Hub Airports Committee provides a forum to address and collaborate on the unique issues and concerns facing mid-sized commercial service airports across the country.  Airport infrastructure funding, domestic and international air service development, customs facilitation, economic development, and regulatory flexibility are just a few of the topics on the committee’s agenda.

Leadership

Chair
Michael Landguth
President and CEO
Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority

Committee Secretary
Greg Cota
(202) 293-8500

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Press Releases

James C. Cherry Named 2019 Downes Award Recipient by Airports Council

TAMPA, FL – Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) announced that James (Jim) Cherry has been named the recipient of the 2019 Williams E. Downes, Jr. Memorial Award.  The Downes Award, […]

State of the Industry “Working Nonstop for You”

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to Tampa for our 2019 Annual Conference and Exhibition. Thank you, Mayor Castor, for that wonderful welcome and for being with us today. And […]

North American Airports Experience Record Growth in 2018

TAMPA, FL – Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) today released the 2018 North American Airport Traffic Summary, containing passenger, cargo and aircraft operations data from 254 North American airports. 2018 […]

Events

ACI-NA Commentary on Medium Hub Airports

Building Up a Collection: Airport Trading Cards

By Jeff Lea, St. Louis Lambert International Airport Whatever combination you arrange, three letters can carry a lot of prestige, economic power, a region’s reputation, and even better, generations of […]

GSP Leads Efforts to Hire South Carolina Veterans

Independence Day is more than fireworks and cookouts.  It’s a special day we celebrate liberty and those who have helped secure the freedom we cherish today. Honoring our veterans is […]

LAX CEO: We Need to Bring the Passenger Facility Charge Back to its Original Buying Power

Last week, Los Angeles World Airports Chief Executive Officer Deborah Flint addressed the Washington Aero Club at a lunch event in Washington, D.C. In her speech, Flint described Los Angeles […]

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