Terminal Area Plan
Help shape the future of our airport!
To develop a terminal area plan (TAP) for the Ketchikan International Airport that accommodates current needs, anticipated growth, and enhances the passenger experience.
The existing terminal area facilities and design do not meet current and projected needs.
The TAP will offer short, medium and long-term recommendations for addressing current needs and projected growth.
Final Report Chapters
- Table of Contents
- A. Inventory: an inventory of existing facilities within the terminal area, including the physical layout of buildings, taxiways, lighting, roadways, seaplane base, access, and parking. The inventory includes an assessment on the condition and capacity of existing facilities.
- B. Forecast of Aviation Activity: estimates of future aviation and visitation demands to the Ketchikan International Airport, focused on long-term estimates for commercial passenger service.
- C. Facility Requirements: identification of short and long-term terminal needs to meet the forecast demands of aircraft and passengers. The chapter also compares existing facilities against anticipated future demand.
- D. Terminal Area Alternative Concepts: evaluates information gathered to date, summarizes opportunities and constraints, and proposes a series of preliminary concepts for the terminal area.
- E. Terminal Building Alternative Concepts: evaluates information gathered to date, summarizes opportunities and constraints, and proposes a series of preliminary concepts for the terminal building.
- F. Environmental Review: presents a high-level overview and screening of potential environmental considerations of the Terminal Area Conceptual Development Plan.
- G. Development Program and Financial Implementation Analysis: presents the Capital Improvement Program and a funding strategy for airport improvements.
- KTN Terminal Area Plan Final Report - All Chapters
- Appendix 1 - Forecast Approval
- Appendix 2 - Public Involvement Summary
- Appendix 3 - Financial Implementation Plan Update
- Ketchikan International Airport Condition Study
- Alex Peura, Ketchikan International Airport Manager, 907-225-6800, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ryan Hayes, Mead & Hunt Project Manager, 303-888-1904, Ryan.Hayes@meadhunt.com
What is our Timeline?
Winter 2019-Summer 2020
Fall 2020-Spring 2021