The Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center (MMAC) located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, provides critical products and services that touch all aspects of aviation. Our mission is to directly support the safe and efficient operations of our national and international aviation system, as well as provide competitive business solutions for our customers.
The center has a rich heritage in aviation and occupies approximately 133 buildings on 1,100 acres in Oklahoma City. Since its early beginnings in 1946, the aeronautical center has played a vital role in the success of the aviation industry and is an important part of the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The center is named after Oklahoma Senator, A.S. "Mike" Monroney, who served as Chairman on the Aviation Subcommittee.
Today, the center is home to more than 6,300 federal employees, contractors, and students that work in a wide variety of FAA organizations, performing critical functions that touch every aspect of the National Airspace System. The mission of the center is to directly support the safe and efficient operations for our national and international aviation systems and provide competitive business solutions for our customers. The center provides products and services to all five of the FAA’s lines of business, which are airport, air traffic organization, aviation safety, commercial space transportation and security and hazardous materials safety. Each of these ventures are represented at the center, giving it a diverse customer portfolio extending beyond the FAA to many other federal agencies including the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Transportation, the Security Exchange Commission, and many more.
- Employs 6,300 federal employees, contractors, and students
- 2nd largest employer in Oklahoma City
- $1.65 Billion economic impact in the State of Oklahoma
- 2nd largest DOT facility in the US with 3,300 Federal Employees
- Size: 1,100 acres, 137 buildings, 3.37M gross square feet of floor space