The primary products of the Master Plan are near-term (2010 to 2012) and long-term (2025) Airport land-use maps (see Land-Use Maps).
The primary focus of the Master Plan is on potential near-term projects (2010 to 2012) and accommodating forecast airline passenger activity in the near-term.
Projects are not proposed to accommodate long-term (2025) forecasts, which are speculative and not reasonably foreseeable at this time. Further, the long-term, unconstrained airline passenger forecasts are not likely to be realized due to limitations on South Field (air carrier) runway capacity (i.e., a new runway is not proposed in this Master Plan).
Air cargo growth is focused on existing air cargo tenants; a low-growth air cargo forecast is recommended as the Port intends to deemphasize marketing new air cargo airlines and service, based on input from the Stakeholder Advisory Committee.