Construction

Airport Board Meeting 9/17/13

Enplanements

American was up 13.7% over August of 2012

Southwest was down 9.2% over August of 2012

United was up 8.5% over August of 2012

We had 116 more commercial landings in August 2013 vs. August 2012

 

Construction

New Parking Lot

The contractor is currently working on the sub-pavement grading. After this has been completed base material will be applied to bring the lot to grade. Then paving will commence. The project from beginning to end should take 120 days.

 

Airpark Improvements

We will be replacing the lighting systems, rehabilitating the runway surfaces, and addressing some drainage issues. The bids were opened and a contractor was selected. TxDOT is currently reviewing the bids and we expect to have a green light from TxDOT very soon. A pre-construction meeting should be taking place in the next 30 days.

 

Upcoming Meetings

Airport Board

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

 

Permian Basin Regional Airport Board

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 @ 10:30 a.m.

Airport Board 8/20/13

Enplanements

July 2013 vs. July 2012

American Eagle up 24.6%

Southwest down 12.9%

United up 9.3%

Overall down 1.8%

Fiscal YTD

Overall up 2.5%

 

Spaceport Progress

We have submitted our application along with all the supplements. We are currently awaiting a response from the FAA.

 

New Parking Lot

Our new Covered Parking Lot will contain approximately 200 spaces. The covering will be similar to what is pictured below. The color of the fabric and structure has not been selected as of this time. Jones Brothers of Odessa won the bid for the construction.

 

New Parking Lot

 

Next Airport Board Meeting

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Runway 10/28 ILS project information including runway closures (UPDATED)

The contractor has reworked the schedule to reduce the runway closures. While the project will begin on April 29th, runway closures are estimated to begin 3 weeks later. Runway 10/28 will remain on a nightly closure schedule and runway 4/22 will be closed for the entire week runway closures are estimated to last. If you have questions please call Airport OPS.

Executive Hangar Reconstruction Area B Phase 4

Next Phase of Construction

Phase 3 will be completed very soon and the contractor will move to Phase 4 on April 25th. This phase is projected to take 60 days without any difficulties or delays. Please contact Avion regarding any aircraft movement and/or storage.

 

Phase 4

Executive Hangar Reconstruction Area B Phase 3

Next Phase of Reconstruction

Phase 2 will be completed by the 25th of March and the contractor will immediately move to Phase 3 on the 25th.  This phase is projected to take 60 days without difficulties or weather delays.  Please contact Avion regarding any aircraft movement and/or storage.  The XCOR Hangar is not available for use.

Hangars Phase 3

Executive Hangar Reconstruction Area B Phase II

The phase is scheduled to begin the 24th of January. This phase is projected to take 60 days without difficulties or weather delays.  Please contact Avion regarding any aircraft movement or storage.

Phase 2

Executive Hangar ramp reconstruction Hangars A-D

Executive Hangar Phase 2 area 1 is complete. Hangars A-D are accessible by aircraft. We haven’t received a start date on the next section.

Executive Hangar Ramp construction progess

Both projects are progressing, but due to the rain we are not being given completion dates. As soon as the contractors and engineers have any information on completion we will pass it on. Thank you for your patience.

Executive Hangar construction update for pavement near Hangars A-D

Jones Brothers has advised us they plan on paving on Saturday (1/5) and Sunday (1/6) in that area.

November Construction Update

Executive Hangars A-D

We have been told by Jones Brothers they are progressing on schedule for this area.

Taxilane ‘T’, French Ramp, T Hangars near the fire station

The current work areas have almost been completed. The asphalt is scheduled to be completed this week and the next phase shown below will begin immediately after the current phase has been completed.

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