Overview & Attendee:
The AAAE annual conference always attracts thousands of airport and aviation professionals, including airport executives; airport and aviation suppliers and vendors; airline personnel, and representatives from FAA, TSA and DHS. Four days of discussions revolving around the current state of affairs of the airport industry will be supplemented by an exhibit hall with over 200 vendors ready to assist the industry in meeting its challenges with their products and services.
Attendees are senior-level managers from hundreds of airports from around the U.S. and the world. These executives are budget-shaping decision-makers from the industry’s leading airports. Approximately 97 percent of our attendees have the authority to buy, recommend or specify products and services for their airport! These executives are the drivers behind projects large and small that rely on industry-leading vendors like you.
Representatives from AAAE’s membership, which includes executives from some 850 airports of all sizes throughout the U.S. and the world, will be in search of the latest products and services the industry’s supplier base has to offer, including:
Air Traffic Control Equipment and Services
Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Equipment
Baggage Handling Equipment
Construction Equipment and Management
Facility Maintenance and Management
Flight and Baggage Info Display Systems
Ground Support Equipment and Maintenance
Paging and Announcement Systems
Parking Equipment and Services
Safety and Security Equipment
Software and Information Systems
The American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) is the largest professional organization for airport executives in the world, representing thousands of airport management personnel at public use airports nationwide. AAAE’s primary goal is to assist airport executives in fulfilling their responsibilities to the airports and communities they serve. AAAE was founded in 1928 to represent airport management throughout the United States. Each year, AAAE has held an annual meeting to bring airport executives together to discuss the latest issues facing the industry. In 1954, the annual conference expanded to include exhibitors of airport services, products and equipment.