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WHAT IS TCAA?

The Texas Commercial Airports Association (TCAA) supports the advocacy and education needs of Texas' commercial airports and is open to the 25 current commercial passenger airports operating in the state.
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Why was TCAA formed?

TCAA was formed to collaborate on airport issues which will support new economic development and benefit travelers to and within the state.

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Why are Airports important to Texas?

TCAA member airports serve more than 135 million passengers annually and support more than 968,000 full-time jobs, producing $107 billion in annual economic output.
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Who leads the organization?

TCAA's Executive Director is David Teel.

TCAA is governed by an elected board with the following directors designated as the TCAA leadership:

  • Board Chair: Fred Segundo, Director of the Corpus Christi International Airport
  • Vice Chair: Jim Smith, Director of Aviation, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
  • Treasurer: Jesus Saenz, General Manager, William P. Hobby Airport
  • Secretary: Matthew Van Valkenburgh, A.A.E., Executive Director of Aviation, Killeen - Fort Hood Regional Airport
  • Immediate Past Chair: Monica Lombrana, Director of Aviation, El Paso International Airport
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When was TCAA formed?

The Association was originally organized in December of 2011 by the Airport Directors and staff who felt compelled to create a Texas trade association which could assist the commercial airports around the state in collaboration and coordination of advocacy and education efforts.
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Texas Commercial Airports Association
3345 Bee Caves Road, Ste 102A
Austin, Texas 78746
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