Master Plan Project Information
Wittman Regional Airport is currently working on a Master Plan Update (MPU) with the Mead & Hunt Planning & Consultant Team. This Master Plan Update is conducted to ensure the short, medium, and long-term needs of the airport are appropriately accounted for. Key planning areas being studied include: runway and taxiway intersections, airfield layout, general aviation facilities, hangar development areas, equipment storage facilities, and land use planning.
To the right you will find the MPU project schedule, information on current progress, and previous presentations to the Aviation Committee and Tenant Advisory Group (TAG). The Tenant Advisory Group (TAG) is comprised of a variety of community, and airport stakeholders, who provide valuable feedback regarding the Master Plan as it progresses.
If you have questions or concerns regarding the Master Plan project, please feel free to contact Director Jim Schell, C.M. at 920-236-4930 firstname.lastname@example.org, or Deputy Director Charles Sweet II, C.M. at 920-236-4935 email@example.com.
DRAFT: Chapter 1 – Inventory
The Inventory Chapter utilizes the existing conditions and parameters in which the airport functions to determine how to best
accommodate the future needs of Wittman Regional Airport.
DRAFT: Chapter 2 – Aviation Activity Forecasts
The Forecasts Chapter is the only chapter of a master plan that requires approval by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This chapter presents forecasts of aviation activity for the Wittman Regional Airport over a 20-year planning period with a base year of 2018.
DRAFT: Chapter 3 – Facilities
The Facilities Chapter evaluates the existing facilities at the Wittman Regional Airport to determine its ability to accommodate forecasted activity and demand. Shortfalls are evaluated in this chapter and alternatives for addressing them will be presented and compared in Chapter 4, Alternatives.