Commentary – – As San Diego evolved from a sleepy Navy town into a big city with tourism, its major industry, its waterfront airport, became woefully inadequate.
With a single and relatively short runway, Lindbergh Field cannot handle larger, transoceanic jets. But even if it could, its jam-packed terminals can’t adequately process current passengers. The airport has maxed out at just under 17 million passengers a year and can’t tolerate any more planes or bodies.Read More
What should and should not be permitted in the area surrounding San Diego International Airport and beneath its flight path? That is one of the questions the San Diego Regional Airport Authority will be trying to answer over the next two years as it completes the Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP).Read More