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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Blue Ribbon Task Force Releases Interim Report on UAS Mitigation at Airports

WASHINGTON and OTTAWA, July 12, 2019 – The Blue Ribbon Task Force on UAS Mitigation at Airports released its interim report today which includes lessons learned from London Gatwick’s December […]

Brusch Joins Airports Council to Lead Airport Innovation Program

WASHINGTON – Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) today announced AmyClaire Brusch has joined the organization as Senior Director of ACI-NA’s Airport Innovation Program.  In her role, Brusch will […]

Airports Council Statement on Acting DHS Secretary McAleenan

WASHINGTON – Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA), the trade association representing commercial service airports in the United States and Canada, today welcomed the appointment of U.S. Customs and […]

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ACI-NA Commentary on Medium Hub Airports

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 […]

Infrastructure Week 2019: 20th Century Airports in a 21st Century World

Today marks the official start to Infrastructure Week 2019, the long-celebrated week each year when the infrastructure community comes together and engages in a broad conversation about the importance of […]

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