Fairbanks International Airport to add and reconfigure vacant East Ramp Lease lots
Proposal to add and reconfigure vacant East Ramp Lease lots.
The Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, State of Alaska, is proposing to add and reconfigure vacant lease lots for general aviation and helicopter use development on the East Ramp. Applications for these lots will be accepted no sooner than March 3, 2014 and their terms will not exceed December 31, 2048. With limited exceptions, Title 17 requires all lease lots to be developed in full within two years from the date of lease execution.
Block 104, Lots 1-4: General Aviation Development: A vacant parcel of land adjacent to the northeast end of the ski strip is now designated as Block 104. Lots 1 & 2 are available for high-density, i.e., T-hangar development; Lots 3 & 4 are available private aircraft hangar development.
Block 109, Lots 1-3: Helicopter Lease Lots: Block 109, Lots 1-3 are reserved for helicopter hangars and are located on the most southern and eastern side of University Avenue South running parallel to Drainage Channel “A” and southeast of Block 108, Lots 1A-D, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7.
Block 108, Lot 8: Reconfiguration: Block 108, Lot 8, has been reconfigured to include six (6) lots of varied dimensions and sizes for general aviation development. Lots 8-13 are located directly west of the existing developed Block 108 leased lots.
Block 103, B Lots: Change in Authorized Use: Current authorized uses for Block 103 B Lots shall be revised to include construction of hangars/structures for aviation use.
Block 100, Lot 6: Reconfiguration: Block 100, Lot 6A will be reconfigured to be compatible with future expansion plans contained in the Master Plan.
Written comments must be received by February 12, 2014, after which the Airport Manager will determine whether or not to add these lease lots to the available inventory. Information is available from the Airport Leasing office, Fairbanks International Airport, 6450 Airport Way, Suite 1, Fairbanks, AK 99709, telephone 907-474-2521 or by e-mailing email@example.com. Anyone needing special accommodations may call TDD 1-800-770-TYPE.
The department reserves the right to correct technical defects, premises description, term, or purposes and may reject any or all applications or comments.
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities oversees 254 airports, 11 ferries serving 35 communities, 5,619 miles of highway and 720 public facilities throughout the state of Alaska. The mission of the department is to Keep Alaska Moving through service and infrastructure.