You are on page 1of 17

Airport Master Plan

Steering Committee Meeting #3


June 27, 2018
Agenda
• Introductions
• Master Plan Process Review
• Overview of Forecasts, Facility Requirements, Alternatives
• Overview of Preferred Development Plan
• Next Steps
• Future condition obstruction analysis
• Cost estimating
• Advisory Committee/Public Meeting
• Submit report and ALP Drawing Set for FAA Review
Master Plan Process
Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
Q Inventory – WP #1 Q Facility Requirements Q Select Preferred
Alternative
• Environmental Study
Q Formulate Alternatives
Q Cost Estimates Final Report/
• Airspace Analysis
Q Evaluation Criteria
ALP Set
Q Airport Layout Plans
Q Forecasts – WP #2

Q Evaluate Alternatives Q Financial Planning

Q WP #3 Q Draft Final Report Fall 2018


Spring 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018

Airport Sponsor, Steering Committee,


ODOT and FAA Review
Forecasts Overview
• Review historic data & trends
• Forecast
• Other studies
• Terminal Area Forecast
• Socioeconomic trends
• Based Aircraft
• Operations
• Critical Aircraft
A based
aircraft is an Based Aircraft Forecasts
aircraft that is 120
operational 98
94
and air worthy, Considered methodologies: 100
which is based 17 17
• Projected population growth (0.3%) 80
at a specific
facility for a 60
majority of the • Projected per capita income (4.25%)
year 40 76 77 81
• Market share (0.2%)
20
0
Preferred forecast: 2015 2021 2036

• Correlated with per capita for 5 years Low High

• Remainder of planning period – population correlation


Operations are GA Operations Forecasts
arrivals and
departures at an
airport.
50,000
Considered methodologies: 42,300 44,100

40,000
• Operations per based aircraft 34,200

30,000
• Market share
20,000

Preferred forecast: 10,000

• Operations per based aircraft 0


2015 2021 2036
Forecast Summary
2015 2021 2036
Operations 34,200 42,300 44,100
Local 18,784 23,232 24,221
Itinerant 15,416 19,068 19,879
Peak Month 4,617 5,711 5,954
Average Day Peak Month 154 190 198
Design Hour 19 24 25

Based Aircraft 76 94 98
A-I 59 71 69
B-I 15 19 23
B-II 1 2 3
C-I 1 2 3
A critical
aircraft is
defined as the
most Critical Aircraft
demanding
aircraft type or • Existing
group with
similar
• ARC B-II
characteristics • Utility Runway (MTOW 12,500lbs)
that make • King Air B100
regular use of
the airport

• Future
• ARC B-II, TDG 2
• Non-utility
• Cessna 550 Citation II/Bravo
• Dassault Falcon/Mystere 50
Facility Requirements Overview
• Hourly capacity & annual service volume
• Airfield requirements
• Landside requirements
• Airport vision & goals
Facility Requirements
• Decrease/eliminate existing thresholds to provide
required length
• Taxiway widening & clearing safety areas
• Protect/control runway protection zones (RPZ) at end of
runways
• Remove or mitigate obstructions
• Additional aircraft storage
Other Identified Projects
• Establish gateway to Airport, improve signage
• Extend Kennedy Parkway as additional access
• Non-aviation development – career/training/educational
facilities
• Provide consistent fence height
• Install service/perimeter road
• Provide updated/upgraded FBO facilities
• Relocate hangar building #4
• Add single aircraft/t-hangar space
Draft Evaluation Criteria
• Does it support Airport vision &
goals?
• Does it satisfy a facility
requirement and/or meet an FAA
design standard?
• Does it make sense financially?
• Does it have a negative or positive
impact on the environment?
• Does it promote sustainability?
• Is implementation feasible?
Preferred
Development
Plan
Other Considerations
• Release/lease land for non-aeronautical development
• Develop a Wildlife Hazard Management Plan
• Track aircraft operations by type
• Conduct Airport Management Study
• Environmental considerations (floodway analysis, wetland
delineation)
• Update zoning codes (Mentor) to incorporate preservation
of airspace
Other Considerations
• Sustainability initiatives
• Reduce waste
• Waste diversion
• Reduce GHG emissions
• Community engagement
• Training/partnerships with local schools
• Air shows
• Market/brand the Airport
• Customer improvements
• FBO improvements
• Wayfinding signage
Next Steps
• Finalize financial analysis & future obstruction analysis
• Submit Draft Final Report to FAA & release for
public/advisory committee review (with Fact Sheet #3)
• Submit Draft ALP Drawing Set to FAA for review
• Conduct public/advisory committee meetings
• Submit Final Report & ALP Drawing Set to FAA for approval