Airport Layout Plans (ALPs). Definition and FAA Approval requirements. What is an ALP?. An ALP is a scaled drawing depicting existing and future facilities and property necessary for the operation & development of the airport.
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Definition and FAA Approval requirements
“A current Airport Layout Plan which has FAA approval from the standpoint of safety, utility, and efficiency of the airport shall be required before a development project is approved.”
“Once the ALP is acceptable to FAA, from the standpoint of Safety, Utility, and Efficiency”
5. ADO will circulate the ALP for airspace comments.
6. After the comment period, the ADO will provide a letter issuing one of the following two:
*The Airport Sponsor must coordinate all NEPA studies with an FAA Environmental Protection Specialist (EPS).