Go to the Tab "Membership" and select from the drop down menu "Join AAIA". It will explain the membership types, dues, and what to expect. Here is a link to the page: JOIN AAIA.
Please send firstname.lastname@example.org an email with the users' names and email addresses. They will be sent a temporary user name and password to access the website within 24 hours. For questions about membership, adding/deleting/modifying names on membership roster, organizations interested in learning more about the AAIA, and anything membership-related, send email to email@example.com.
Yes. They are actually called "handles", and for each Forum topic, there is a unique handle. It allows you to respond to Forum questions and topics without logging onto the website while still populating it with your response. Every handle should have the extension "airport-auditors.com"
It allows you to respond to Forum questions and topics without logging onto the website while still populating it with your response. Every handle should have the extension airport-auditors.
Vieth Consulting owns Member Leap, and it is the AAIA's web hosting partner and platform for our website.
Group/Airport Members make up the majority of our membership and are usually an airport or airport authority; but, also include cities, counties, and states that oversee the airports in their region. Each airport has a membership, and the people that use the membership benefits are registered members. Associate members are generally consultants, like CPAs and specialists, that have an interest in airports. An airport member needs to sponsor an Associate member before they can join.
To assure that you are getting the right membership type and level.
Yes. Select "Bill Me" on the payment page, and you will be sent an invoice. It will delay access to the website
Please contact Treasurer@airport-auditors.com for questions regarding billings, payments, and financial matters.
Please contact AAIAConference@airport-auditors.com. You can also suggest ideas for conference topics, speakers, and other conference related topics.
It depends on your email provider and/or security service. Here is a link to an article from Constant Contact that explains the steps to take for numerous email providers/security services such as Outlook, Yahoo, and others: Safelist Email Addresses. Here is the same article copied into a Word document: Safelist Email Addresses Word document.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your question(s).