Welcome to the City of Atlanta Department of Aviation’s master plan website.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport recently began working to develop a new master plan, which will be completed in 2013. This plan will define the Airport’s short- and long-term development needs in order to continue providing the best possible service to metro Atlanta and all our customers throughout the world.
The opening of the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal in May 2012 marked the completion of the development program that resulted from the 1999 master plan study, which also included the fifth runway (Runway 10-28), the rental car center, and many airfield and terminal projects. These projects have improved customer service at the Airport and positioned it to accommodate growth in demand.
It is time to turn our focus to the future and to maintain the Airport’s role as the region’s economic driver and a gateway to the world. The master plan process will assess expected growth in activity in the region and at the Airport, will gauge existing facilities’ ability to meet that future demand and will identify potential development solutions. The master plan study ultimately will identify Hartsfield-Jackson’s development path through 2030.
This site has been designed as a resource to answer questions and keep stakeholders and the general public updated on the master plan study. Please explore this site and contact us if you have questions and/or comments.
Public input is critical to ensuring that the Airport’s master plan considers the needs and concerns of the facility’s ultimate users. I encourage you to visit here often and to give us your feedback throughout this process.
Louis E. Miller
Aviation General Manager
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