The Australian Airports Association
The Australian Airports Association (AAA) is a non-profit organisation that was founded in 1982 in recognition of the need for one coherent, cohesive, consistent and vital voice for all aerodromes and airports across Australia.
The AAA now represents the interests of more than 340 airports and aerodromes Australia wide – from the local country community landing strip to major international gateway airports. There are a further 160 corporate members representing aviation stakeholders and organisations that provide goods and services to the airport sector.
The AAA facilitates co-operation among all member airports and their many and varied partners in Australian aviation, whilst contributing to an air transport system that is safe, secure, environmentally responsible and efficient for the benefit of all Australians and visitors.
The AAA is the leading advocate for appropriate national policy relating to airport activities and operates to ensure regular transport passengers, freight, and the community enjoy the full benefits of a progressive and sustainable airport industry.
The AAA offers a number of services to its members. These include:
- A unified voice when advocating for the sector to Government and other organisations;
- Advocacy on issues of concern at local and national levels;
- Opportunities to develop professional networks through our Division Meetings, Working Groups and events;
- Communication via e-newsletters and online members centre to inform members of the latest industry news;
- Professional development and networking opportunities at industry events; and
- A National Awards program to recognise excellence.
The AAA is an Associate Member of Airports Council International Asia Pacific.
The AAA is recognised as the leading national voice for the airport sector and has been connecting Australian airports for over 30 years.With the support of airports and the industry’s leading organisations the AAA will continue working to secure the future of our airports.
The Australian Airports Association offers a range of education services including online training to members and non-members.
As the national advocate for appropriate national policy relating to airport activities, the AAA represents its membership through its policy agenda with regular submissions to industry reviews and inquiries.
Airport Safety Week will be held from Monday 15 – Friday 19 October this year. You can register, participate and find out more by clicking here
The AAA National Conference will be held in Brisbane this year from Tuesday 13 – Friday 16 November. Early Bird Registrations are now available, along with the program snap shot and overview of the networking events. Learn more by clicking here.