The NACA Board of Directors consists of one senior representative from each air carrier member. The Board provides guidance and counsel to NACA management on NACA policies, outreach initiatives and the development of unified association positions.

The Board meets 3-4 times per year, with one of those meetings traditionally held outside of the Washington, DC area.

Board meetings usually focus on:

  • Interaction and discussions with senior federal government officials from FAA, DOT, DHS and DOD;
  • Speakers from the Hill and reports on legislative issues affecting airlines;
  • Substantive reports from NACA staff on Council meetings, pending member issues and issues critical to the industry; and
  • Administrative and financial reports from NACA management.