Runta News-Seattle, Washington
Lance Lyttle, Sea-Tac Airport Managing Director, has stepped up to serve as American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Federal Affairs Committee Chairman. Orlando International Airport Chief Executive Officer Phil Brown, A.A.E. previously served in the position. The AAAE Federal Affairs Committee supports the efforts of the Legislative Affairs, Transportation Security Policy and Regulatory Affairs departments in Washington on behalf of airports and the aviation industry.
Lyttle previously served in leadership positions in Atlanta and Houston before taking the Managing Director position at Sea-Tac. He advocates for his airport, the communities it serves, and the airport industry through appearances at the national level before Congress as well as at the local and international levels. Lyttle continues the rich tradition of effective leadership atop the AAAE Federal Affairs Committee.