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Posted on: June 13, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Don’t miss your opportunity to help ORF plan for the future.

On May 30, 2018, Norfolk International Airport held a public information meeting about the Master Plan Update process that is underway for Norfolk International Airport (ORF).

On May 30, 2018, Norfolk International Airport held a public information meeting about the Master Plan Update process that is underway for Norfolk International Airport (ORF). During the meeting, the team presented the study process and types of information that will be evaluated, including aviation industry trends, current FAA standards and sustainability. The meeting presentation was recorded for your convenience and is available on the project website via a link provided in this email. This presentation offers an overview of the process and initial inventory information to kick off the project. The master planning process is essential to explore ways our region can meet projected needs for air travel. Our intention is to create a collaborative planning process between the airport, the community, airlines, airport tenants, public agencies and other stakeholders. We encourage you continue participating by sharing your insight with the team throughout the project.

Meeting Materials and Presentation to help you comment.
Please send your input for this phase by June 15, 2018.
Your participation is important. While your comments and questions will be accepted throughout the course of the project, this is your opportunity to affect this phase of the project. Please take a few minutes to review the materials posted to the project website and send us a comment form with your thoughts and questions.

Send your comments and questions about the airport in one of the following ways:
Anthony E. Rondeau, Deputy Executive Director
Norfolk International Airport
2200 Norview Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23518

Next Steps for the Master Plan Update.
Once all comments have been reviewed, that information will be considered and incorporated as appropriate into the master planning process. Draft Working Papers will be sent out for review and comment as they are completed. These working papers essentially make up the individual chapters of the Master Plan document. By spring 2019, after a majority of the evaluation has been completed and alternatives have been identified for consideration, a second public meeting will scheduled. The Norfolk Airport Authority plans to complete the Master Plan by fall 2019. Please visit the website often to review the latest news and information.

We appreciate your continued interest in the Norfolk International Airport.

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