Hyannis Airport Master Plan Update
The Master Plan is a long-term land use plan required by the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) guidance. The main objectives of the Master Plan are to:
- Ensure safe and operationally efficient facilities that meet FAA standards,
- Develop feasible and flexible alternatives to meet forecast demand, and
- Define compatible land uses surrounding the airport.
The last full Master Plan was completed in 2008 and a minor update was made in 2010. Master Plans are generally updated every 10 years or when significant changes at the airport occur. The result of the Master Plan is the Airport Layout Plan, which shows existing and proposed (within the 20-year planning period) facilities. The Airport Layout Plan will be submitted to the FAA for approval.
Schedule – The Master Plan is normally an 18- to 24-month process. We currently expect submittal to the FAA in early Summer 2021.
Public Participation and Public Outreach
- Videos about the Airport Master Plan Update are available here:
- Public Outreach – Airport Master Plan Update (AMPU)
- AMPU Press Releases
- AMPU Legal Notices
- AMPU Postcards via postal service
- Social Media Posts
- AMPU Media Coverage
- AMPU Radio Interviews
Public Involvement Outreach
- Master Plan materials for review and comment are available here:
- The Planning Advisory Group (PAG) has been formed and is comprised of representatives from local, state, and federal governmental agencies, airlines, concessions, and private businesses to ensure expertise and input from stakeholders is captured.
The first PAG meeting was held on February 18, 2020.
View the meeting presentation here
The second PAG meeting was held on June 6, 2020. View the meeting
Master Plan Technical Reports
Previous Master Plans
Public Comments/Questions –
If you have comments or questions on the Master Plan process, please email us HYAMasterPlan@mjinc.com