As an Australian Airports Association member you have an opportunity to contribute to the future of the aviation industry as well as benefiting from resources, news, professional development, events and networking opportunities.

Our members represent vital infrastructure crucial to the communities in which they operate and for the overall national economy.

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The AAA’s policy and advocacy team works to achieve a supportive operating environment for airports across Australia as part of a thriving aviation sector.

First and foremost we focus on engaging members to understand the industry-wide issues so the AAA can represent the collective airport perspective within the wider aviation industry.  Discover more about the work of the Australian Airports Association and our industry members.

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The Australian Airports Association hosts a range of events for the airport industry from the AAA National Conference and Industry Expo, Pavements and lighting Forum and OPS SWAP Forum to regular State Division Meetings, webinars and The Women in Airports Forum.

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The AAA is a CASA preferred education provider. In collaboration with leaders in the Aviation industry, the AAA has developed a range of technical training courses specifically focused around the key areas of airport operations.

All our courses are delivered online and can be completed at your own pace and are targeted at personnel engaged to ensure the safe operations at Australian aerodromes and airports are maintained.

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Because AAA training is delivered online, training with us is both cost-effective and cost-efficient.

AAA training is also accessible, with all online courses available for use on mobile devices, you can undertake training anytime, from anywhere, from any device.

The AAA has developed training courses which, once complete, provide the theoretical background necessary to meet requirements set out in Part 139 MOS – giving individuals a base level of relevant skills to build on with work experience and practical training.

In addition, the AAA has developed training courses that can assist airport operations staff in many areas of professional development – including Work Health and Safety, Airfield Lighting and Emergency Management.

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