Arizona State Aviation System Plan (SASP) Update

Arizona State Aviation System Plan (SASP) Update

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The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT)’s Aeronautics Group is currently conducting the Arizona State Aviation System Plan (SASP) Update to evaluate the current and future performance of Arizona’s airports. The SASP Update is a key element of ADOT’s long-term planning efforts to provide an integrated framework for the planning, operation, and development of Arizona’s aviation assets.

The results of the study will provide important insight into how Arizona’s airports can remain highly advanced, safe, and responsive to the public’s needs in today’s global economy. The SASP was most recently updated in 2008.

To learn more about the project, visit the Schedule and Process page. The Outreach page provides information how about to participate in the SASP Update. The Documents page provides materials that have already been developed as part of this study, as well as additional background materials addressing the future of aviation in the state