Southwest Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives

The Southwest Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives was originally formed in 1947 as the California Association of Airport Executives (CAAE), the organization has expanded over the years and in 1979 became the Southwest Chapter of the nationwide American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE). The Chapter's membership includes airport representatives primarily from the states of California, Arizona, Hawaii and Nevada. Since its founding, the purpose of the organization has been to bring together all persons representing public use airports as well as persons interested in and working for the benefit of aviation.


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Featured Member

Gladys Brown, C.M., C.A.E.

 


Airport Director
Yuma International Airport
& Rolle Airfield

When did you join SWAAAE and what motivated you to do so?

I joined SWAAAE within the first year of entering the aviation industry around 2009. I wanted to get involved and learn as much as I could. I felt SWAAAE was a great place to start. My first real introduction to the organization was with Todd McNamee.

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Featured Airport

Yuma International Airport
Yuma, AZ

Yuma International Airport is situated in the heart of sunny Yuma, Arizona, on the borders of California and Northern Mexico, and serves an array of clientele ranging from airline passengers, general aviation pilots, military guests and aviation/aerospace contractors.

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