Pressure on public and privately owned airports continues to mount. This pressure takes many forms, including curfews, noise restrictions, lack of improvements, residential encroachment, and even calls to close the airport. The AOPA Airport Support Network provides the vehicle for AOPA members to work in concert with AOPA to establish that early warning system.Learn more about the Airport Support Network
The airports listed are those that AOPA is specifically recruiting Airport Support Network volunteers. These airports are all public-use, part of the Federal Aviation Administration's National Plan of Integrated Airport System, and federally obligated either through receipt of grant funds or land transfers.
Information for ASN volunteers, and previous issues of Hangar Talk newsletter. (You must be an ASN volunteer to access this page.)
Building hangars can attract new businesses and generate additional revenue for the airport. In fact, a well-executed and successful hangar project can be the key to a financially-secure GA airport.