Airport Layout Plan - Key Definitions
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC): Advisory committee is comprised of several individuals representing organizations with key interests in the Airport, as summarized below. These individuals participated in the analyses of operational and technical content presented in the ALP Study.
• Regulatory Agencies:
Federal Aviation Administration
• Airport tenants & Airlines:
Ground Services Providers
Rental Car Operators
The Boeing Company
• State/Local/Community Representative Organizations:
St. Louis Airport Authority
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT)
St. Louis County
City of St. Louis
• Economic Development Agencies:
East West Gateway Coordinating Council
St. Louis Regional Business Council
Greater St. Louis Inc. (merged with St. Louis Regional Growth Association & Civic Progress St. Louis)
St. Louis Economic Development Partnership
St. Louis Development Corporation
• WSP Team
Needs Assessment: The Update began with the Needs Assessment phase. An Inventory of Existing Conditions (airfield, terminals, roadways, parking, facilities, and more) and Aviation Activity Forecasts is being conducted. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reviewed the forecasts. Upon FAA approval of the forecasts, facility requirements are assessed, to inform on potential gaps and areas for improvements. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is convened to review the needs assessment and forecasts and identify additional input needed for potential solutions.
Evaluation of Potential Solutions: Improvement alternatives will be developed and evaluated by the STLAA and reviewed by the FAA and the Update’s TAC. A preferred option will be selected for each component (airfield, terminal, roads, parking, etc.). When combined the result will create a future Airport Development Plan.
Refinement of Plan: Once a preferred Airport Development Plan is selected, environmental and financial analyses will ensure the plan is implementable and affordable. This phase of the Update is tentatively planned for early 2022.
Document Assembly: Finally, the Update's findings will be documented in a final report, which will present the 20-year vision and identify short- and long-term improvements. It is anticipated this will be completed by the Summer of 2022.
FAA Draft Submittal: The final report will be submitted to the FAA for their formal review and acceptance, culminating in an updated Airport Layout Plan drawing set.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the ALP Update, please contact Dana Ryan, STL Airport Planning Manager, at email@example.com.