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 staff to preserve and protect airports across the United States.Get involved
This page will tell you the name of an airport’s ASN volunteer or if a new ASN volunteer is needed. You can also use this page to contact the ASN volunteer or, if there’s a vacancy at that airport, to apply to become an ASN volunteer.
Interested in becoming an Airport Support Network volunteer?
AOPA needs your help in protecting your airport and your Freedom to Fly. So we have developed some useful resources and gathered them on this page to make your job easier.
AOPA will appoint one member who will act as a volunteer and be our “eyes and ears” at every public-use airport across the United States.