November 2008

California Airports

Redlands, CA. – Council OKs Airport Master Plan

By JESSE B. GILL Staff Writer REDLANDS
On Tuesday the City Council approved a plan that could increase the activity at Redlands Municipal Airport. The council voted unanimously to approve the new Airport Master Plan. City Airport Manager Todd Housley presented the plan, which proposes to expand the airport’s capacity to about 350 aircraft and 149,000 flights per year. A city staff report said the airport now services about 82,000 flights per year. The plan was prepared by Coffman Associates Inc., an airport consulting firm.

California Airports

Redlands, CA. – Council OKs Airport Master Plan

By JESSE B. GILL Staff Writer REDLANDS
On Tuesday the City Council approved a plan that could increase the activity at Redlands Municipal Airport. The council voted unanimously to approve the new Airport Master Plan. City Airport Manager Todd Housley presented the plan, which proposes to expand the airport’s capacity to about 350 aircraft and 149,000 flights per year. A city staff report said the airport now services about 82,000 flights per year. The plan was prepared by Coffman Associates Inc., an airport consulting firm.