Reference Documents

Aviation Planning and Development (AvP&D) efforts are guided by a set of comprehensive reference documents that outline our vision for modernization and improvement. These documents serve as the foundation for our strategic decisions, ensure that our development projects align with our long-term goals, and meet regulatory requirements.

AvP&D actively coordinates with various agencies to ensure that our planning and development projects meet regulatory requirements and align with industry standards. This coordination ensures that our projects are not only compliant but also contribute to the overall safety, efficiency, and sustainability of aviation operations.

Port Reference Documents

This master plan for OAK is a concept-level planning and feasibility study that identifies potential near-term projects (5-year timeframe) and provides long-term (20-year) on-Airport general land-use guidance.

Port of Oakland Annual Operating and Capital Budgets

Agency Coordination

In administering Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 77, the prime objectives of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are to promote air safety and the efficient use of the navigable airspace. If you are required to file notice under §77.9, you must submit to the FAA a completed FAA Form 7460–1, Notice of Proposed Construction or Alteration.

The San Francisco Bay Oakland International Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan is the primary document used by the Alameda County Land Use Commission to help promote compatibility between San Francisco Bay Oakland International Airport (OAK) and its environs.