Florida Statute 332.0075

Commercial Service Airports Transparency and Accountability Reporting Compliance 

Florida Statute 332.0075, which became effective October 1, 2020 impacts Florida’s commercial service airports and seeks to provide transparency and accountability through required disclosures.  The Jacksonville Aviation Authority is subject to compliance with the requirements of F.S. 332.0075.

The statute requires specified information related to the airports operations be posted on the organizations website.  These required disclosures a readily accessible through the links provided below. .

JAA Budget

Jacksonville Aviation Authority's Budget

The Authority, a public body corporate and politic, was established by the State of Florida on June 5, 2001, to own and operate aviation facilities in Duval County, Florida.

A seven member Board of Directors presently governs the Authority. The Board of Directors establishes Authority policy and appoints a Chief Executive Officer to implement it. Mark VanLoh, CEO of the Authority, plans and directs all the programs and activities of the Authority, focusing on the future and the development of long-term business strategies.

The Authority airport system consists of Jacksonville International Airport, Jacksonville Executive Airport, Herlong Recreational Airport, and Cecil Airport.

Click on the button below to access JAA's Budget Information


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