Phoenix Sky Harbor
International Airport

Comprehensive Asset Management Plan

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Project Goals

The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Comprehensive Asset Management Plan (CAMP) is a 20-year plan for airport facilities, infrastructure and land development. The planning process is anticipated to take approximately 18-months to complete and culminates with City Council approval and submission to the FAA. The last PHX long range plan update occurred in 2010. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires airport plans to be fully updated every 7-10 years.

The CAMP will address major planning issues such as the 24th Street and Buckeye Road transportation systems, facilities and land development; aeronautical business and transit oriented development planning; and modernization of core facilities such as tenant operations, security, facility maintenance and utilities.

 

Major ProductsMap

  • Goal setting and inventory of existing conditions
  • 20-year forecast of future aviation demand
  • Analysis of existing conditions and forecast demand
  • Alternative development strategies and screening
  • Recommended “Airport Layout Plan” and implementation strategies 

 

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Project Schedule

Completing the CAMP is anticipated to take 18 months and culminates with City Council approval and submittal to the FAA.
Project Schedule

 

Updates

The first public meeting was held on June 13, 2018 to present an overview of the project, existing airport conditions, the aviation activity forecast and future facility requirements for Sky Harbor. View all Meeting Boards presented for more details.