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.
ACI-NA Commentary on Medium Hub Airports
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