The Savannah Airport Commission is charged with the operation and management of Savannah/Hilton Head International. Founded in March 1955, the body is composed of a five-member commission appointed by the Mayor and City Council of Savannah. Commission members serve five-year terms.
The vision of the Savannah Airport Commission is to provide safe, secure and efficient facilities to provide air service, and promote the economic development of the airport and the region as a whole.
The mission of the Savannah Airport Commission is to provide leadership in aviation development necessary to provide safe, secure and functional facilities for the traveling public and airport tenants. The Savannah Airport Commission manages such facilities while maintaining a least-cost approach, maintaining sufficient resources for future growth, providing adequate and affordable air service, promoting airport economic development and supporting regional economic development activities.