Project # CFAPT00491 / AIP 3-02-0122-XXX-2022
DOT&PF will hold a second virtual public meeting on October 21, 2021 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Visit the Public Involvement page to participate.
Comments received during the most recent comment period are currently being considered as final design of the Proposed Action is developed. A summary of frequent comments and questions received during the first open house meeting is available in the documents section. The second public meeting will present DOT&PF’s Proposed Action and an update on the environmental process.
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), is proposing a project to rehabilitate and improve the Homer Airport and associated airport facilities. The project will make improvements to the runway, taxiways, General Aviation Apron, lighting, and drainage structures; expand or construct new taxiways, aprons, and service roads; remove obstructions to the runway Object Free Area (OFA); and perform ancillary work associated with the proposed improvements.
The Homer Airport is a state-owned, public-use, primary commercial service airport serving the southern Kenai Peninsula and eastern Cook Inlet. The airport receives scheduled passenger and cargo service, with approximately 53,000 annual aircraft operations for all operation types including commercial, air taxi, general aviation, and military. Airport facilities include a 6,701-foot-long by 150-foot-wide asphalt runway, passenger terminal, lighted helipad, flight service station, and floatplane facilities. The Homer Airport consists of 1,042 acres with 294 of these designated as state critical habitat (the Homer Airport Critical Habitat Area).
The DOT&PF is considering the following improvements: