The CAC is pleased to report that Assembly Bill (AB) 359, authored by Assembly Member Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) and co-authored by Assembly Members Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach) and Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont), was signed into law. AB 359 will relieve California commercial airports from a state-mandated duplicate audit when seeking to implement the alternative daily Customer Facility Charge (CFC) to finance the construction of airport consolidated rental car facilities, authorized by SB 1192 (Ch. 642, Statutes of 2010). The measure now heads to the Governor's desk. Please click on the "Press"
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The mission of the CAC is to promote and advance the interests of commercial carrier airports in the State of California.
Five-Year Vision Statement -
The CAC seeks to be a respected and authoritative voice in the promotion and maintenance of a robust operating environment for all California commercial airports. Over the initial 5 years of operations, the CAC will endeavor to:
- Constructively engage state and federal government policymakers and regulators in matters of importance to airport operations, financing and security.
- Build a public profile through education and media interaction that demonstrates practical and pragmatic approaches to relevant policy discussions and assist in generating positive outcomes for commercial aviation airports.
- Be a primary consultative resource for any entity seeking to influence airports or propose policies that impact airport operations.
- Provide a strong voice that offers the perspective of the highest level of public interest and benefit while emphasizing the safe movement of passengers and goods through California commercial airports