AAAE Scholarship Program

This program is offered exclusively to accredited airport executive (A.A.E.) members of AAAE, their spouses and/or children. Accredited members are sent information on the program annually in the early Spring and awards are made in July.


Students are eligible to apply for the AAAE Scholarship if they, their spouse, or one of their parents is an active A.A.A.E. These individuals must be full-time employees of a public use airport at the time of application.

Spouses and children of, as well as A.A.A.E.’s who are retired on disability pensions are also eligible, as are spouses and children of deceased A.A.A.E.’s who were in good standing at the time of disability or death.

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