CABA works closely with Colorado-based and national aviation groups and organizations. These partnerships enable a high level of advocacy, public visibility, education, and vitality within the industry.
The National Business Aviation Association is the leading organization for companies that rely on general aviation aircraft to help make their businesses more efficient, productive and successful. It was founded in 1947 and is based in Washington, DC. Nationwide, NBAA comprises six Regions, of which Colorado is in the Northern Mountain Region.
The mission of the CDOT Division of Aeronautics is to support Colorado’s multi-modal transportation system by advancing a safe, efficient, and effective statewide air and space system through collaboration, investment and advocacy.
The mission of the Colorado Airport Operators Association is to serve the common interests of the owners, operators, and users of airports in Colorado.
The Colorado Pilots Association was incorporated as a Colorado Nonprofit Corporation in 1972. It is a statewide organization with over 700 members dedicated to making Colorado a better, safer, and more desirable place to fly. Objectives of the organization are to promote aviation and flight safety, to protect the rights of pilots, and to be of assistance to the general public in aviation matters.
Denver-based AeroAngel is a unique aviation charity that provides free transportation, primarily to children, traveling to distant, lifesaving medical care. Flights are only provided to those with no other safe travel options, such as commercial air travel or air ambulance. AeroAngel was founded in 2010 to meet an unmet need for transportation, often on short notice, to distant medical facilities for passengers whose fragile or compromised health precludes conventional means of travel.