The staff at Miller/Wenhold has extensive experience in the field of transportation including aviation. We are dedicated to representing aviation interests before policymakers at the state and federal level. Our team advocates interests through interfacing with Members of Congress as well as Agency officials at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the Department of Transportation.

Ken Butler represented the Denver International Airport in Washington for over ten years. During that time he worked to release the Airport from a congressional prohibition on federal Aviation Improvement Program (AIP) funds allocated to DIA for the construction of its Sixth Runway. After working to have the congressional prohibition lifted, he worked with the Congress and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to direct over $250 million in AIP funds to build the Sixth Runway, the longest commercial runway in the United States.

Miller/Wenhold continues to have excellent contacts at the FAA and on the major House and Senate Committees responsible for authorizing and appropriating resources for our nation’s aviation infrastructure.