Redmond: Airport master plan
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The recommended master plan concept, depicted on Exhibit 5A, provides for anticipated airside and landside needs over the twenty-year planning period (the aerial photograph used in this exhibit was taken in July 2004). This will allow the facility to meet the growing demands of commercial, air cargo, and general aviation users. While a mid-field area (between the parallel runways) has been reserved for long-term commercial terminal and related aviation-use areas, it should be recognized that planning studies are underway to provide for an expansion of the existing terminal building which will be reflected in this plan. [From the Plan]
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