Chartered in 1970 by the State of South Carolina as a special purpose district, the CCAA is responsible for managing, operating and developing all public airports in the Charleston County Airport District. The CCAA is governed by a 13-member board made up of local mayors, state and county elected officials and business leaders from the region. The goal of the Charleston County Aviation Authority Board and Staff is to provide first-class facilities that embrace the history, culture and beauty of Charleston and the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Charleston International's main terminal houses the airlines and related contractors, restaurant and retail concessionaires, the Transportation Security Administration, Customs and Border Patrol and the CCAA staff and administrative offices. In addition to the terminal building, the airport property houses an air cargo facility, fixed-based operators Landmark Aviation and Atlantic Aviation, parking for nearly 5,000 cars and rental car, taxi, shuttle and valet parking services. Also on site are the airport fuel farm and a CCAA law enforcement facility.