Master Plan

Master Plan

 

An airport master plan is the principal blueprint for the future coordinated development of the airport and establishes the strategic vision for the economic and efficient use of the airport over the 20 year planning period.  The Master Plan is revised every five years as governed by the Airports Act 1996.  The next Master Plan will be developed in 2020.

 

2015 Master Plan

 

The current master plan for Moorabbin Airport is the 2015 Master Plan which was approved by the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport on, Tuesday 2 August 2016 and remains in force until a new Master Plan is approved.

 

 Download the 2015 Master Plan (15MB pdf)

(Please note this is a large file and may take some time to download)

 

The 2015 Master Plan sets out the strategic vision for Moorabbin Airport over the next 20 years, as a major Victorian transport gateway, as a centre of general aviation and flight training and as an existing and growing hub for employment, community life and economic activity in metropolitan Melbourne and Victoria.

The 2015 Master Plan envisages:

  • On-Airport jobs growing from 3,300 to 8,500 over the next 20 years.
  • Economic value increasing from $340 million to $825 million annually.
  • $10 billion of economic activity over the 20 year period.
  • Investment of $570 million in high quality facilities and infrastructure. Building on the Airport’s national and international reputation for flight training and aviation excellence.

    The 2015 Master Plan can be viewed by:
  • Downloading the 2015 Master Plan via the above link
  • Copies are able to be inspected and purchased at Management Centre, 66 Bundora Parade, Moorabbin Airport 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday excluding public holidays.
 

 

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