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Young named Airports Division Manager for Aeronautics Commission

Friday, August 20, 2021

OKLAHOMA CITY - Nick Young was named Airports Division Manager for the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission in August 2021. Young joined the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission in October 2019 as an Aviation Program Manager.

As head of the Division he will be responsible for the agency’s many airport programs including the 5010 airport safety and standards inspection program at Oklahoma’s public-use, general aviation airports as well the airport pavement management program. Young will also oversee the development and execution of the agency’s 5-year Airport Construction Program (ACP) which provides federal and state grant funding for airport infrastructure and updates to the Oklahoma Airport System Plan (OASP). Other activities within the Division include airspace zoning reviews and related permitting authority in accordance with the Aircraft Pilot and Passenger Protection Act (APPPA), overseeing military training airspace regulations within Title 17, airport grant administration, and outreach for operational/technical support at Oklahoma’s 108 airports within the public airport system.

Prior to joining the Commission, he served as an Airport Operations Officer for Max Westheimer Airport in Norman, OK and Construction Assessment lead for the Oklahoma Disaster Recovery Project. Nick earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management from the University of Oklahoma and Master of Business Administration degree with emphasis in Aerospace Logistics from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.  He is also a Certified Member of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE).

Last Modified on Apr 13, 2023