In 1999, Texas pilots were stunned with the loss of a convenient and close in airport in our capital city. One or our earliest and most celebrated airports, Robert Mueller, was closed and a fancier and much less accessible airport was substituted. It seemed to the local general aviation sector that they were ignored, hassled and shuffled off into second class citizenship. The perception of the value of Business Aviation and General Aviation needs to be corrected. This can only be accomplished through a unified, statewide voice. TXAA was organized to be that unifying advocacy voice through education of the aviation sector, local and state government officials, and the communities that are served by business and personal transportation use of their local airports.
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As your voice for general aviation, we are working daily for expanded general aviation services, fighting airport closures and restrictions, educating the public and the media on the benefits of general aviation and supporting fun and educational seminars and fly-ins year round!