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

ACI-NA Congratulates Senator Wicker on Election to be Chairman of Senate Commerce Committee

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 9, 2019   WASHINGTON – Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) today congratulated Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) on his election as chairman of the Senate […]

ACI-NA Congratulates Chairman DeFazio on Election to Lead House T&I Committee

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JANUARY 4, 2019   Washington – Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) today congratulated Representative Peter DeFazio (D-OR) on his election as chairman of the important […]

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ACI-NA Congratulates Shaffer on FAA Assistant Administrator Appointment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DECEMBER 12, 2018   WASHINGTON – ACI-NA President and CEO Kevin M. Burke today congratulated Kirk Shaffer on his appointment to serve as Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) […]

Events

ACI-NA Commentary on Medium Hub Airports

Airports Gobble Up More of the National GDP

  Every year, Thanksgiving brings an opportunity for American’s to celebrate and give thanks for what is most valuable to them. ACI-NA has always maintained that airports are valuable economic […]

Communities Left Behind and Airline Industry Consolidation: The Promise of Airline Deregulation Has Only Partially Been Fulfilled

To commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the enactment of the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978, championed by Dr. Alfred E. Kahn while serving as Chair of the Civil Aeronautics Board […]

Will Technology Solve the Capacity Crisis?

Passenger numbers are expected to double by 2035. IoT queue measurement technology enables airports to keep waiting times from growing. By Marc Rauch, Xovis The airport industry stays on the […]

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