The Canadian Airports Council is the voice of Canada’s airports. A division of ACI-NA, the CAC consists of 53 members representing 100 Canadian airports, this includes all of the National Airports Systems (NAS) airports and most passenger service in every province and territory.
The purpose of the Canadian Airports Council (CAC) is to be the industry association that lobbies the federal government on issues that affect the business interests of Canada’s airports.
A community of airports, as collaborative world leaders in safe, high-quality, economically prosperous air transport.
The Canadian Airports Council’s mission is to advocate for airports on matters of common concern by:
Anticipating … initiatives and developments with the potential to impact airports.
Collaborating … in positive ways with industry partners and government.
Building … concensus among airports on areas of policy, legislation and regulation.
Influencing … government initiatives in ways that support safe, secure, environmentally/socially responsible and competitive air transport.
Promoting … better knowledge about airports and their important economic and social roles.