2014 Master Plan

Community input and buy-in concerning the vision of the airport is critical during the master planning process. We have placed the first two draft chapters (Introduction and Existing Conditions) below.

Please review the chapters and provide any comments by December 27th 2013 via the web based form below.

Airport Master Plan - Chapter 2

Airport Master Plan - Chapter 1

Airport Master Plan Public Open House

Focus Group Meetings Summary - October 2013

2006 Master Plan

Terminal Area

The renovated, expanded ticketing wing was completed in December allowing additional airlines and growing passenger volumes.

A recently completed concourse project provides sweeping views of the airport and an all-glass passenger boarding bridge from a new restaurant and bar.

More restrooms, a business lounge, and an expanded concourse gift shop were added in 2012.

The parking upgrade was completed providing better vehicle and pedestrian flow, more reliable equipment, and additional booths for faster exit. Pedestrian travel corridors are now safer, quicker and easier.

 

Joe Foss Field

In 2010, a new general aviation apron was constructed and Maverick Air Center, a fixed base operator (FBO), opened for service in 2011. The airport’s primary runway gained a more reliable in-pavement lighting system allowing aircraft to safely land in very low visibility conditions.

Most projects are funded with Airport reserves. The airport relies exclusively on rents and fees paid by our users and tenants, aviation fuel taxes collected by the State, and the taxes collected on commercial airline flights. No state or local taxes or general funds are tapped to support the Airport.

 

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