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Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center

Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, state of Oklahoma with city skyline

The Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center (MMAC) located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, provides critical products and services that touch all aspects of aviation. Our mission is to directly support the safe and efficient operations of our national and international aviation system and provide competitive business solutions for our customers. See what's going on at the Center... More »

The Center has the following core service functions:

MMAC Banner FAA Academy, 76,000 Students trained annually, delivering training to 170 countries worldwide Enterprise Services Center, First Federal Agency to become DATA ACT Certified, Designated as 1 of only 4 financial services providers FAA Logistics Center, 63,000 stock numbers managed, $900 Million in operating inventory and services Facility Management, Winners of the sustainability award in Energy Conservation for 7 consecutive years, oversight of 1,057 acres and 133 buildings

What's New

Sizzling summer temperatures do not seem to deter Oklahomans or Aeronautical Center employees from enjoying the great outdoors. Whether you appreciate attending outdoor festivals, listening to a concert, going to a ballgame, or prefer cooking out and relaxing at the lake, summer months give us higher levels of vitamin D as we tend to be more physically active and to drink more water. Also keeping us active at the Center are many of the new innovations, as well as attending summits and symposiums, and sharing with visitors the extraordinary work that's occurring here. Thanks to each of you for all your hard work. I am grateful to work alongside such loyal and high-performing employees...More »

The Center Story

The Center occupies approximately 133 buildings, is located on 1,100 acres in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and has a heritage rich in aviation...More »

Center Impact

It's our allegiance to partnership that keeps us strong. Without having crucial partnerships, our organizations and the Center would not be where it is today...More »

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