. The ALP is prepared in conformance with the Federal Aviation Administrations Advisory Circular 150/5070-6B, Airport Master Plans. Land-use drawing, on and off airport drawings that depict the land uses within and adjacent to the airport property boundary. The ALP provides a guideline by which the airport sponsor can ensure that development maintains airport design standards and safety requirements, and is consistent with airport and community land use plans. The goals of an ALP report are to provide the framework needed to effectively manage existing activities and guide future airport improvements that are cost-effective while considering potential environmental or community impacts. Drawings containing the plan and profile view of the inner portion of the approach surface to the runway and a tabular listing of all surface penetrations. Wsdot Aviation will use the ALP drawings and the ALP report as the primary guidance to prioritize future improvements and investments at each airport. The Washington Department of Transportation Aviation Division is updating Airport Layout Plans at state-managed airports in cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to address the airports needs for the next 20 years.
Airport Layout Plans
The ALP is prepared in conformance with the. The ALP preparer, airport sponsor, FAA and any other approving agency must determine which sheets are necessary during the project scoping activities. The original Master Plan was developed in 1988 and provided guidance for the airport through 50 million annual passengers. Individual sheets that comprise the airport layout plan set will vary with each planning effort. Phase I Airports, phase II Airports. Excerpt from Federal Aviation Administration Advisory Circular 150/5070-6B, "Airport Master Plans". The Airport Plans Report provides additional definitions and guidance used in the preparation of the SSA ALP. Such a drawing is typically an enlargement of a portion of the ALP. An airport must keep its ALP current and follow that plan, since those are grant assurance requirements of the AIP and previous airport development programs, including the 1970 Airport Development Aid Program (adap) and Federal Aid Airports Program (faap) of 1946, as amended. . These and other requirements are discussed in FAA Order 5100.38, Airport Improvement Program Handbook. It may be necessary to include the data tables on a separate sheet. The drawing should include required facility identifications, description labels, imaginary surfaces, runway protection zones, runway safety areas and basic airport and runway data tables.