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Jamie Littlefield more than 2 miles June 23, 2019, 12:42 AM

Do you have any other questions or comments about the Provo Municipal Airport Master Plan?
- Please consider designing the airport terminal in the fashion of a ski lodge. It would be unique, tie in well to Provo's "welcome home" slogan, work alongside our dramatic mountain views, and be somewhat simple to implement (ski lodge decor, fireplaces, etc.)
- Please make sure there is covered, secure bicycle parking at the airport

Name not shown more than 2 miles June 21, 2019, 4:55 AM

What questions or comments do you have about the terminal alternatives?
PVU could be uncommonly bike friendly. I can seriously foresee customers and crew arriving by bicycle. I will — already own and use the equipment/luggage to so travel—use long term bike lockers if provided. In addition to covered parking, providing a few lockers could make this airport development uncommon.

Mary Wade more than 2 miles June 20, 2019, 3:20 PM

What questions or comments do you have about the facilities requirements?
I would love to see Provo set the bar high with bicycle facilities. The airport's proximity to the Provo River Trail makes this even more sensible, especially for people who will be using this for brief business trips or students visiting family with small amounts of luggage. Covered and within eye-site of main foot traffic would be ideal, and a bike storage room would be even more so. The San Francisco airport offers some excellent options, including a bike valet and high-trafficked areas for bike racks to help ensure that people who arrive by bicycle have the peace of mind in knowing their bike will be waiting for them when they get back. https://www.flysfo.com/to-from/biking. Thanks so much!


Do you have any other questions or comments about the Provo Municipal Airport Master Plan?
Thanks so much for all your hard work on this! What an exciting development for Provo!

Name not shown more than 2 miles June 20, 2019, 2:47 PM

What questions or comments do you have about the facilities requirements?
Let's feature lots of WINDOWS to highlight the beautiful valley that people have come to either to travel to or travel from -- Lots of light and views of the valley --

R. Paul Evans more than 2 miles June 20, 2019, 2:30 PM

What questions or comments do you have about the aviation demand forecast?
What impact does Spanish Fork Airport use have on the demand forecast for Provo?


Do you have any other questions or comments about the Provo Municipal Airport Master Plan?
Why is Denver not considered a probable destination from PVU?

Aaron Skabelund more than 2 miles June 20, 2019, 9:25 AM

What questions or comments do you have about the facilities requirements?
I hope there will be covered bicycle parking for customers and employees at the airport. When I fly out of Provo, I will use it.

Shelly McKurchin more than 2 miles June 19, 2019, 7:12 AM

What questions or comments do you have about the aviation demand forecast?
As commercial operations grow to increase the service and meet the demand forecasted, will there be a negative impact on the quality of life of Provo.Utah residents who live near or under the flight paths? I grew up near an air force base and the constant noise and shuddering caused by the planes/jets overhead was a nuisance. I hope that nuisance isn't going to be inflicted on residents without a strong justification.


What questions or comments do you have about the facilities requirements?
I am unsure if this is included in the facilities requirements, but there are many technical difficulties that I and others have submitted feedback on. I have not seen these listed in the document anywhere, but that may be because the technical issues aren't included in the Facilities Requirements sections.


What questions or comments do you have about the secondary runway?
Option 4b seems like a better option when you only provide the benefits and no negative impacts. What are the negative impacts of option 4B? How do the benefits of 4A fail to outweigh the negatives of 4B? Or, How do the benefits of 4B outweigh the negatives of 4B?


What questions or comments do you have about the development and land use?
The section flips between past tense, present tense, and future tense in very confusing ways. Regardless, the notion of preserving land until further data comes about is appreciated.


Do you have any other questions or comments about the Provo Municipal Airport Master Plan?
I hope my feedback comes in in time for consideration. Thank you! I hope to attend the open house today!.

Name not shown more than 2 miles June 14, 2019, 9:38 AM

What questions or comments do you have about the aviation demand forecast?
So, all this to accommodate mostly non-commercial flights? These changes will benefit private operations? I hope funding is done to reflect your above statement that GA operation make up the vast majority of operations at PVU and that commercial flights are a very small percentage of operations.


Do you have any other questions or comments about the Provo Municipal Airport Master Plan?
You've put together a nice, thorough summary above. As a non-GA user, I would like to see an easy-to-follow, accessibly-written summary of how does this impact non-GA users? I was hoping these improvements meant more commercial flights, but it doesn't appear that's the case. I'm curious about how this is being funded--are people like me paying higher taxes for GA use? That would be less than ideal. Of what benefit is all of this to non-GA people? Thanks.

Matt Jensen more than 2 miles June 12, 2019, 12:09 AM

What questions or comments do you have about the terminal alternatives?
What are the estimated beginning and completion dates of the terminal construction program?


What questions or comments do you have about the development and land use?
Is the city committed to purchase the land surrounding the airport, as it becomes available, for future airport growth?

Robert L. Maxwell more than 2 miles June 7, 2019, 1:53 PM

What questions or comments do you have about the aviation demand forecast?
I am in favor of the new terminal. Other cities our size have a much more active airport than Provo's. I think we have gone backward since Frontier was servicing Provo--I used the airport regularly then and loved it. Allegiant is not at all in the same league and doesn't go anywhere I want to go. So please do expand and include more airlines that go useful places like Denver (vs. Mesa ...). As soon as possible!


What questions or comments do you have about the facilities requirements?
I think the plan is good and if anything too timid. I've flown into small towns in Montana that have more than ten gated positions (if I remember correctly).


What questions or comments do you have about the terminal alternatives?
I agree with the terminal C option, although again, not enough capacity. But ten gates is better than just a few.


Do you have any other questions or comments about the Provo Municipal Airport Master Plan?
What plans are there for public transportation between the city and the airport? An extension of the UVX would be great.