Your Airport. Our vision. Your views.

Southampton Airport’s Draft Master Plan 2037

The draft Master Plan sets out the vision and potential growth path for the airport over the next 20 years, including key developments and the associated land use plans.

The plan highlights the airport’s positive ambition as a key transport and economic asset, supporting our region’s strategy of building upon its strength in marine, advanced manufacturing, further education and tourism.

Infographic showing master plan key figures

The Master Plan proposals include the development of a runway starter extension, the expansion of aviation facilities including the existing terminal which is located adjacent to the excellent rail and road connections.

Artist's impression of what the terminal would look like

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Master Plan Frequently Asked Questions

 

Supporting documents

Draft Master Plan Consultation

The six week-long consultation closed on October 30, during which a total of 396 people responded via the airport website’s dedicated information page. During this period, the page recorded 8432 page views from 7360 individuals.

Of the responses, 246 were positive with 150 negative replies received. Key themes raised by the public included increased opportunity, greater choice of routes, increased job prospects, ease of travel, environment, transport infrastructure and noise issues.

The final version of the Master Plan is due to be published by the end of the year, with planning application due to be submitted next spring.

Map of Hampshire area showing number of responses

 

Graph with colours showing what responses were regarding

 

Table showing what our commitments are

 

Table showing what our commitments are