Airport Advisory Commission (AAC)


1st Monday of every other month, beginning at 12 p.m.

2030 Airport Road
Terminal Building Conference Room

The meeting location and agenda are published 3 days prior to the meeting, and are available in the Airport Office and on the Airport’s website.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


  • Todd Walker - Chair
    Represents General Public
  • Kristen Hannum Gregory- Vice Chair
    Represents Napa Airport Pilot’s Association
  • Andrew Mazotti
    Liaison between Airport Advisory Commission and Planning Commission
  • Thornton Bunch
    Represents General Public
  • Christian Palmaz
    Represents Wine/Hospitality Industry
  • Jack Bergin
    Represents General Public
  • John Kempkey
    Represents Local Chamber of Commerce
  • Ronald Kraft
    Represents Local Education Industry


The AAC consists of seven voting Commissioners and one non-voting liaison Commissioner. Three of the voting Commissioners represent the general public, one represents a local Chamber of Commerce, one represents a Napa County Airport pilots group, one represents the wine/hospitality industry, and one represents the local education industry. The non-voting liaison Commissioner is appointed to represent and provide liaison with the Napa County Conservation, Development and Planning Commission.

The Napa County Airport is permitted to operate under the State of California, Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration, and functions under the authority of the County Board of Supervisors.The Airport Advisory Commission (AAC) serves as the Airport policy advisory board.

Napa County Airport Advisory Commission Bylaws (PDF)

Commission Quick Facts

  • Number of Members: 8
  • Length of Term: 3 years
  • Special Experience Required: None
  • Liaison Department and contact: Napa County Airport, Airport Office Technician, 707-253-4300

Airport Funding

The Napa County Airport operates under an Enterprise Fund accounting model which means it is fully self-supporting through fees and tenant revenue, receiving no County General Fund monies.