Politico On the eve of a highly anticipated meeting with Democrats at which President Donald Trump was expected to unveil a way to fund a $2 trillion infrastructure proposal, Trump instead put Congress on notice that it will have to take a backseat to a trade deal.
“Before we get to infrastructure, it is my strong view that Congress should first pass the important and popular USMCA trade deal,” Trump wrote in a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer Tuesday evening. READ MORE
Dig Defence, LLC manufactures patented, drive-in-ground, fence barriers that extend the protection of any fence or enclosed area. Currently securing numerous airports, zoos, military and commercial facilities in the lower 48 states.
Airport Improvement At Reagan National, Mike McElwee was promoted from Operations Duty Manager to Manager of Airport Operations. At Dulles International, Manager of Airport Operations Tom Stastny A.A.E. has worked in operations departments in commercial airports since 1993.READ MORE
“I have a tremendous sense of pride for being part of this VHB family that our founders created. I’m inspired to live up to their ideals and integrity. With the strong foundation that they grew and our incredibly talented team today — I can’t wait to see the next 40 unfold! It’s pretty incredible to imagine the possibilities we will accomplish together.” — Mike Carragher, CEO
ACC Young Professionals Network and Collaborate in Charleston, SC
The ACC Young Professionals Forum hosted a successful Regional Meet-Up in Charleston, SC, on May 22, 2019 at Pour Tap Room. Aviation young professionals had the opportunity to meet their colleagues in the area and discuss the latest in airport development and potential opportunities. Thank you to HDR and Mead & Hunt for sponsoring this event!
Please join ACC on August 14, 2019, for a one-day workshop that will provide attendees a concise overview of how the federal government works and its impacts on aviation and airports. The program will include information on the role of the FAA, TSA, the U.S. Congress, and aviation associations in formulating policy that shape our aviation system. Participants will also learn about how legislation is shaped and influenced and the general characteristics of effective advocacy techniques. Limited to 30 participants. Click here to register.