ACI-NA Announces 2007 Leadership, New Members Elected to Board of Directors.WASHINGTON -- Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) announces the election of its 2007 officers and new members to its Board of Directors at the General Membership Business meeting during the ACI-NA 15th Annual Conference and Exhibition last week in Reno. Fredrick "Rick" Piccolo piccolo, small transverse flute pitched an octave higher than the standard flute. Its tone is bright and shrill, and it can produce the highest notes in the orchestral range. The piccolo is used in orchestras and especially in military bands. See fife. , President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of the Sarasota Bradenton International Airport, was elected to serve as Chairman of the 2007 ACI-NA Board of Directors.
"I look forward to working with the new leadership team in 2007. We have a challenging year ahead with the FAA reauthorization pending and we'll use all the resources at our disposal to accomplish our goals," Piccolo said.
Other 2007 Executive Committee members elected include Roy Williams, Executive Director, Salt Lake City Department of Airports, as First Vice Chairman; Randall Walker, Director of Aviation, Clark County Department of Aviation Clark County Department of Aviation is a part of the Clark County, Nevada government. McCarran and the five general aviation facilities in the Clark County Airport System are owned by Clark County, Nevada and operated under the policy direction of the Board of County Commissioners, (Las Vegas), as Second Vice Chairman; and John D. Clark John Drury Clark, Ph.D. (August 15, 1907-July 1988) was a noted American rocket fuel developer, chemist, and science fiction writer and fan. He was instrumental in the revival of interest in Robert E. Howard's Conan stories and influenced the writing careers of L. , III, Executive Director and CEO, Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA JAA Joint Aviation Authorities (European equivalent of FAA)
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In addition, five airport leaders were elected to new, three-year terms as members of the Board. From Class A/B A/B Airborne
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A/B Afterburning airports, newly elected Directors include: Bruce Carter, Director of Aviation, Metropolitan Airport Authority of Rock Island County; and William Marrison, President, Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority. From Class C/D airports: Kevin Dolliolle, Aviation Director, St. Louis Airport Authority; Charles "Skip" Miller, Executive Director of Airports, Louisville Regional Airport Authority; and Lester Robinson, Chief Executive Officer, Wayne County Airport Authority Wayne County Airport Authority is a quasi-governmental entity created in 2002 by the Michigan State Legislature to operate two Detroit-area airports: Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and Willow Run Airport. .
"I am confident that our the newly-elected Executive Committee and Board Members will provide ACI-NA and the airport industry with just the leadership necessary to build upon our latest success as we face even greater challenges and opportunities in 2007." said Greg Principato, ACI-NA president. "Airports will be well-served by these talented individuals, who along with our continuing Board members, comprise some of the best minds and strongest leaders from across the North American airport industry."
The ACI-NA Board of Directors is composed of four Officers elected annually by the Official Representatives of each member airport organization, and fourteen Directors representing airports of various sizes across North America. Directors are elected annually on a rotating basis for a term of three-years.
Airports Council International - North America represents local, regional and state governing bodies that own and operate commercial airports in the United States List of airports in the United States, grouped by state or territory and sorted by city.
Due to the large number of airports in the United States, this page only lists public use airports providing scheduled passenger services with over 10,000 passenger boardings per year and Canada. ACI-NA member airports enplane en·plane also em·plane
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emplane more than 95 percent of the domestic and virtually all the international airline passenger and cargo traffic in North America. Over 300 aviation-related businesses are also members of the association, which is the largest of the six worldwide regions of Airports Council International.