The mission of the California Airports Council is to promote and advance the interests of commercial carrier airports in the State of California.

 

 

POLICY PRIORITIES


The CAC is active in shaping public policy and has achieved a high level of visibility in aviation policy arenas. Learn about our state and federal legislative priorities in 2015.

 

PUBLICATIONS


Our association regularly releases publications to educate politicians, state officials, airports, and the general public about the significance of commercial aviation in California.

 

STATISTICS


The state of California has more aviation activity than any other single state in the nation. Learn more about the airports that act as an economic engine in the state of California.

 

 

RECENT NEWS


 

Sacramento airport plans to build on-site solar farm

Sacramento International Airport officials say they are within weeks of signing a deal to build two large solar farms on airport grounds that will allow them to save $15 million on energy bills over the next two decades. The solar arrays could be up and running in […]

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Terminal 4 Connector Project Reaches Major Construction Milestone At LAX

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Officials planned to mark a major construction milestone Tuesday within the Terminal 4 Connector project at the Los AngelesInternational Airport (LAX). Around 10:00 a.m., officials will gather to celebrate during a “topping out” ceremony; where construction crews plan to hoist the last steel […]

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SFO develops GPS tracking system to collect fees from Uber, Lyft

San Francisco International Airport has created a GPS technology platform to track on-demand ride services such as Uber Technologies and Lyft. SFO’s technology — which it says will allow it to collect fees from on-demand services the same way it does with licensed limousines, taxis and other […]

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Smaller Airports Struggle Against Big Airports’ Lures

TUCSON — THERE were so many people booked on the 8 a.m. bus trip to the Phoenix airport the other morning that the Arizona Shuttle company had to call in a bigger vehicle. “More people are flying from Phoenix,” a driver said as he hoisted in a […]

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O.C. welcomes Uber, Lyft, other ride-sharing firms to John Wayne Airport

John Wayne Airport has positioned itself to be one of the first large Southern California airports to permit Uber, Lyft and other smartphone-based ride services to operate alongside the traditional fleets of taxicabs, town cars and shuttle buses. Orange County supervisors this week agreed to let the […]

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