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Airport Master Plan 2012 - City of Waterville

Airport Master Plan 2012 - City of Waterville

Airport Master Plan 2012 - City of

Waterville Robert LaFleur Municipal Airport AIRPORT MASTER PLAN UPDATE December 2011

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  • Page 10 and 11: Approximately two miles west of dow
  • Page 12 and 13: Table 1.3 Taxiway Data Designation
  • Page 14 and 15: Markings, Lighting and Signage The
  • Page 16 and 17: Rotating Beacon and Tower The rotat
  • Page 18 and 19: 1.5 Airport Buildings Terminal Buil
  • Page 20 and 21: Old Terminal Building This is a sma
  • Page 22 and 23: access gates for pedestrians and ve
  • Page 24 and 25: On February 19, 2003, the City rece
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  • Page 28 and 29: through damaged portions of the fen
  • Page 30 and 31: Energy and Natural Resources FAA Or
  • Page 32 and 33: Table 1.7 Historic Based Aircraft (
  • Page 34 and 35: 1.8 Economic Conditions This sectio
  • Page 36 and 37: The following table is a history of
  • Page 38 and 39: Economic Impact of the Airport The
  • Page 40 and 41: Additionally, the Central Maine Reg
  • Page 42 and 43: Waterville Robert LaFleur Municipal
  • Page 44 and 45: Identifying aviation activity measu
  • Page 46 and 47: Figure 2.1 WVL Service Area Map Air
  • Page 48 and 49: As a result, GA manufacturers exper
  • Page 50 and 51: 2.3 Demand Factors Future airport d
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    2.3.4 Fixed Base Operator (FBO)/Air

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    Group VI: 214 feet or more, but les

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    2.5 Activity Forecasts Activity for

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    Table 2.4 Forecast of Future Activi

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    Waterville Robert LaFleur Municipal

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    Although much less frequent, a numb

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    Historical wind data collected from

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    individual aircraft currently use o

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    Table 3.7 Aircraft Runway Length Re

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    (LAAS)). APV approach technologies

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    Land Acquisition Airports occasiona

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    The general aviation tie-down apron

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    The Terminal hangar (approximately

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    Another dump truck with sander belo

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    addressing businesses that have an

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    The City of Waterville Maine Facili

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    Waterville Robert LaFleur Municipal

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    4.1 Airport Runway System Alternati

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    As stated in the facility requireme

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    Table 4.2 Taxiway Alternatives Anal

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    Phase II of this Terminal Apron is

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    4.4 Airport Terminal / FBO Alternat

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    Table 4.4 General Aviation Terminal

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    H1: Build 8 Unit T-Hangars This sce

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    Table 4.5 Hangar Alternatives Analy

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    S1 - Located adjacent to the existi

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    minimums. However, before WVL could

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    The City of Waterville Maine Altern

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    5.0 Environmental Review Just as ai

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    5.2 Land Use All of the proposed im

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    2, 3 and 4 are located on airport p

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    anticipated that obstruction remova

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    5.19 Summary The recommended projec

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    Waterville Robert LaFleur Municipal

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    Table 6.1 Proposed Projects Short T

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    Waterville Robert LaFleur Municipal

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    The City of Waterville, Maine recen

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    unning a successful Airport. On one

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    training course. A rating of “Out

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    consultant that WVL lost several je

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    o A new personnel training program

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    Table 7.3 Comparable Airports Summa

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    Authority board members are not all

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    Established in 2000 as a part of th

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    effectiveness of each program ident

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    As a joint owner the City will rece

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    As a part of a set of revisions int

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    to cover operating costs. These par

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    8.0 Implementation and Financial Pl

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    will be developed when required to

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    Table 8.3 Phase 3 (11 to 20 years)

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    Typical rates and charges at any pa

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    8.6 Airport Historical Financial Pe

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    services commonly offered by FBO’

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    Table 8.8 Historical Maintenance Ex

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    Table 8.10 Historical FBO and Maint

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    2) Airport FBO and Additional Airpo

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    4) Lease for Cargo Operation. A lea

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    Sample Airport Financial Statement

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    Waterville Robert LaFleur Municipal

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    free of obstacles as aircraft appro

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    IFR CONDITIONS - Weather conditions

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    OPERATION - Generally thought of as

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    foot for every seven feet moved hor

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    WATERVILLE ROBERT LaFLEUR MUNICIPAL

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    WATERVILLE ROBERT LaFLEUR MUNICIPAL

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    Waterville Robert LaFleur Municipal

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