Colorado Aeronautical Board
The seven-member Colorado Aeronautical Board (CAB) was created by statute in 1988 and is responsible for aviation development in Colorado. Members of the Board represent specific statewide aviation interests.
Appointed by the Governor to serve three-year terms, the Colorado Aeronautical Board is designed as representative of both governmental and aviation-interest constituencies.
The Colorado Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division administratively supports the Colorado Aeronautical Board on issues of aviation safety, as technical advisors, as support of government and individual aviation needs through entitlement reimbursements of aviation and fuel tax revenues and a discretionary aviation grant program, as well as in maintaining the state aviation system plan.
Both the Aeronautical Board and the Aeronautics Division work within the Colorado Department of Transportation to establish and encourage multi-modal aspects in today's transportation.
Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 43 - Transportation, Article 10 - Aeronautics Division
NEXT CAB MEETING:
PURPOSE: General Business Meeting in conjunction with the Colorado Airport Operators Association Winter Conference
DOWNLOAD: CAB Meeting Agenda & Packet
- Contact Information
Colorado Division of Aeronautics
5126 Front Range Parkway
Watkins, CO 80137
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.