Airport Business Documents
Airport Minimum Standards 2010 (pdf) NEW
Airport Leasing Policies
Airport Development Study
On June 11, 2007, the City Council approved significant revisions to the policies contained in the 2005 Airport Development Study. The revised policies title 2007 Revised Airport Development Policies provide guidance for the update of the Airport Layout Plan, which is a main component of the 1997 Airport Master Plan.
The 2005 Airport Development Study was released May 23, 2005 to augment the 2002 Business Plan. The purpose of the Renton Municipal Airport Development Study is to perform a market study to identify the aviation market sectors best suited to the airport, to analyze public vs. private investment options for airport re-development, and to make policy recommendations to the City of Renton regarding airport development.
2002 Renton Municipal Airport Business Plan
This Business Plan reviews the business potential for Renton Airport and develops a plan for its management and operation that addresses both the needs of the aviation community and the neighborhoods surrounding the airport.
Unusual for a general aviation airport, this Business Plan addresses many of the areas that a private sector plan would address, for example, industry overview and market analysis about trends and competition, discussion about products and services and possible future changes, review of the legal and regulatory context, and management policies and procedures used in the conduct of business. This Plan looks at a 20-year time horizon, with firmer information for the 10-year horizon.
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Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview
Chapter 2: Context
Chapter 3: Renton Municipal Airport Today
Chapter 4: Aviation Activity Trends
Chapter 5: The Context for Airport Leasing and Management
Chapter 6: Reversion and Direct Management of Airport Facilities
Chapter 7: Lease Duration, Subleasing and Lease Rates
Chapter 8: Environmental Requirements and Minimum Standards
Chapter 9: Recommendations