Advanced Aviation Advisory Committee
Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) is now the Advanced Aviation Advisory Committee (AAAC)
The Advanced Aviation Advisory Committee (AAAC) is a broad-based federal advisory committee that provides independent advice and recommendations to the FAA on key unmanned aircraft system (UAS) and advanced air mobility (AAM) integration issues, interests and policies. The AAAC's work relates to the efficiency and safety of integrating advance aviation technologies into the National Airspace System.
The charter amendment modified the FAA's Drone Advisory Committee, renaming the committee and expanding membership from 35 to 41 members. The vacancies expand representation in current stakeholder groups to include members with an AAM background. Additionally, there is a new stakeholder group that includes a community advocate representative to provide insight and expertise on potential impacts of increased drone traffic on communities.
Next AAAC Meeting
- The next meeting will be held in October 20, 2022
Previous Meetings and Materials
About the AAAC
Candidates must be in good public standing and currently serve as a member of their organization's core leadership team with the ability to make decisions on UAS or AAM related matters. In rare circumstances, membership may be granted to uniquely qualified individuals who do not meet the previous requirement. Members appointed solely for their individual expertise will serve as Special Government Employees.
All AAAC meetings are open to the public, except as provided by section 10(d) of the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA). All meeting materials are publically available subject to the Freedom of Information Act. Members of the public may present a written statement to the committee at any time. Contact the UAS Integration Office. Read comments that have been submitted to the AAAC here: