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Master Plans and ALP Reports, 2003-Present

As Oregon Department of Aviation assists Oregon airports with the process of updating their Master Plans and Final ALP Reports, those updated reports will be made available on this web site. The goal of a master plan is to provide guidelines for future airport development which will satisfy aviation demand in a financially feasible manner, while at the same time resolving the aviation, environmental, and socioeconomic issues existing in a community.  Questions? Contact ODA at (800)874-0102 or at aviation.mail@state.or.us.

 

 

Master Plan Definition

According to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circular 150/5070-6B, Change: 1, an Airport Master Plan is a concept of the long-term development of an airport.  The Master Plan displays this concept graphically and documents the data and logic upon which the plan is based.

Master Plan Purpose

The goal of a Master Plan is to provide guidelines for future airport development which will satisfy aviation demand in a finanially feasible manner, while at the same time resolving the aviation, environmental and socioeconomic issues existing in a community (source: FAA Advisory Circular 150/5070-6B, Change: 1).

The FAA recommends that a Master Plan be completed or updated approximately every five years or when an airport experiences rapid and unexpected growth in activity.  The Airport Master Plan process is guided by the FAA and ultimatley results in projections of future growth and an Airport Layout Plan (ALP).  An ALP is needed because all development at federally obligated airports must be done in accordance with an FAA-approved ALP.

 

 

Airport Layout Plan Report Definition

A report based on curent physical conditions at the airport and provides recommendations for future improvement projects.

Airport Layout Plan (ALP) Report Purpose

The purpose of the ALP Report is to define the current, short-term and long-term needs of the airport.  It provides a schedule for airport improvements, which help maintain the airport ctegory minimum standards and its projected demands.  The design of the airport should be guided by the FAA Advisoy Circular (AC) 150/5300-13 Change: 7.

Airports must have improvements approved by the FAA by submitting FAA Form 7480-1 "Notice of Landing Area Proposal."  Completed improvements must be reflected on the ALP.  Per Federal Grant Assurance No. 29 airport owners shall keep the Airport Layout Plan up to date at all times.  Generally, ALP's are updated every 2-5 years depending on the type and size of the airport.

For more information on the airport master planning process, as outlined by the Federal Aviation Administration, visit:                                                                                                                  

FAA Master Plans: AC 150/5070-6B

 

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