Public Meeting for the Airport Master Plan Update


The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport will hold an informational public meeting to review details of the Airport’s Master Plan Update.

McFarland Johnson, the Airport Master Plan consultant, along with representatives from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport, will discuss the draft study findings to date.

The public meeting will be held in the Airport Terminal Arrivals Area, 100 Terminal Drive, Avoca, on Monday, September 25th, 6:00 to 7:00 pm.

This interactive public meeting will provide an opportunity for interested citizens to learn about and contribute feedback regarding potential future development at the airport. Materials for the 20-year airport planning horizon will include an overview of existing facilities, forecasts of aviation activity, facility requirements, environmental considerations, and draft development alternatives.

This Master Plan will allow the Airport to meet future aviation demand and comply with the Federal Aviation Administration airport design and safety standards. When approved, the Master Plan will become the Airport’s official planning document with the Federal Aviation Administration. Public input obtained at the meeting will be considered in the finalization of the project.

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