The Los Alamos Airport may not look much different in 20 years.
So says Airport Manager Peter Soderquist, based on an analysis by Delta Airport Consultants (DAC), a firm specializing in airport master plans.
The master plan study is being conducted in order to comply with the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) recommendation that airports update their master plan every seven to 10 years.
The most recent master plan assessment was conducted in1994. Los Alamos County assumed operating control of the airport from the Department of Energy (DOE) in 1996, and the property was deeded to the county in 2008.