Central Maine Regional Airport: Master Plan Update

Airport Master Plain Update


Latest Airport Master Plan completed in 2007

Update airport forecast with numerous changes since 2007

Accommodate existing demand for hangars and apron space

Prioritize airport needs with Town budget constraints in CIP

Gale’s Solution:

Provide necessary research to identify facilities in need of upgrades

Inventory existing facilities and conditions

Identify existing and potential environmental issues

Prepare forecasts of future levels of based aircraft and operations to determine the need for new or improved facilities

Provide recommendations regarding the airport’s ability to accommodate future airport development and growth

  • Extend the life of Runway 15-33, Taxiway ‘A’, Taxiway ‘B’, the Main Apron, and the Transient Apron through pavement maintenance
  • Identify suitable areas for “non-aeronautical use” to allow for future revenue-generating opportunities
  • Reconfigure and light parking lots and reconfigure fencing for secure access
  • Identify areas for potential location or expansion of terminal facilities
  • Reconstruct taxi lanes and upgrade airport drainage

Develop four (4) airfield alternatives designed to maximize potential airport development over the planning period

Prepare an affordable implementation schedule for recommended improvements in the short, medium, and long term

Update the Airport Layout Plan