ACI advances the collective interests of, and acts as the voice of the world’s airports and the communities they serve, and promotes professional excellence in airport management and operations.
Objectives and Roles
Maximize the contributions of airports to maintaining and developing a safe, secure, environmentally compatible and efficient air transport system.
Achieve cooperation among all segments of the aviation industry and their stakeholders as well as with governments and international organizations.
Influence international and national legislation, rules, policies, standards and practices based on established policies representing airports’ interests and priorities.
Advance the development of the aviation system by enhancing public awareness of the economic and social importance of airport development.
Maximize cooperation and mutual assistance among airports.
Provide members with industry knowledge, advice and assistance, and foster professional excellence in airport management and operations.
Build ACI’s worldwide organizational capacity and resources to serve all members effectively and efficiently.
ACI counts 573 members operating 1751 airports in 174 countries and territories. These members represent over 95% of global airport traffic and are owners or operators, other than airlines, of one or more civil airports with commercial air services.
ACI World is based in Montreal, Canada and there are five geographical regions. To pursue work with regional governmental and non-governmental organizations, they are supported by specialized committees and task forces.
Regions and Office Locations
ACI Africa (Casablanca, Morocco) l ACI Asia-Pacific (Hong Kong, China) l ACI Europe (Brussels, Belgium)
ACI Latin America-Caribbean (Panama City, Panama) l ACI North America (Washington, DC, USA)