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Georgia Statewide Aviation System Plan

Statewide Aviation Plan

The Georgia aviation system is a vital transportation link and economic support system consisting of 104 publicly-owned, public-use airports. To guide the development of Georgia’s aviation system, the Aviation Programs Office is working with a team of consultants to complete a long-term planning project, better known as the Georgia Statewide Aviation System Plan (GSASP). This project will help establish a new blueprint for progressive projects within the Georgia aviation system.

       System Plan

      The GSASP is updated every 10-15 years, with the last update happening in 2003. The purpose of this GSASP update is to identify the deficiencies in Georgia’s aviation system, and also identify progressive elements in the system.


      Georgia Statewide Aviation System Plan​​​​​​

      System Plan

      The GSASP is updated every 10-15 years, with the last update happening in 2003. The purpose of this GSASP update is to identify the deficiencies in Georgia’s aviation system, and also identify progressive elements in the system.

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       Airport Pavement Management Plan

      The APMS is update every 4-6 years, with the last update happening in 2012. The purpose of the APMS is to identify the current condition of Georgia’s airport pavement infrastructure and assist the Department and individual airports in prioritizing pavement maintenance needs.

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