Alaska relies uniquely on commercial aviation to support our cities, towns, and rural villages. Aviation services are the lifeblood to these communities bringing in supplies, groceries, mail, tourism revenue and providing passenger transportation.
The Alaska Air Carriers Association (AACA) was established in 1966 by a cohort of air carriers in Southeast Alaska. Now, our members comprise more than 40 air carriers and over 40 associate members whose companies support our industry. We consist of major and regional airlines, air tour operators, single pilot operators, aviation maintenance companies, UAV companies, and many others. We stand in solidarity to preserve and perpetuate aviation in Alaska. Each member adds authority to our voice in the regulatory and legislative arenas.
We urge you to join us in protecting this industry. Your voice and perspective matter, and we will share your needs with the FAA, the State of Alaska, and the federal government.
The key benefit of membership is advocacy. The AACA is your direct connection to the FAA, NTSB, State of Alaska, and the federal government.
Learn about our other member benefits (such as group health insurance for your employees) here: