Airport Master Plan
The Airport Master Plan is an evaluation of current and forecasted airport activity, facility requirements, and a review of various alternatives for Friedman Memorial Airport. The objective of the Airport Master Plan is to provide guidance for future development which will satisfy aviation demand in an environmentally and fiscally responsible manner while adhering to appropriate Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) safety design standards.
Through coordinated review by the Friedman Memorial Airport Authority, the FAA, airport users, and the public, a recommended development concept is evolved within an Airport Master Plan, which serves as a guide to realistic and achievable airport development. The plan then acts as a guide to aid local, state, and federal decision-makers when considering airport improvements.
To view the 2004 Airport Master Plan Update, please visit the Plans and Studies page.