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 current and projected figures for the airport

 

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.

Artists impression of terminal showing seating and queuing area

 

Download our draft Master Plan

Take a look at our launch video

Master Plan Frequently Asked Questions

 

Supporting documents

Public Consultation is now open

We pride ourselves in working closely with the community we serve. You will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from the airport to discuss the Master Plan in more detail and voice your opinion at the following drop-in sessions:

  • Friday 5 October – Shawford Parish Hall, 17:00 – 21:00
  • Monday 8 October – Holiday Inn Eastleigh, 17:00 – 21:00
  • Tuesday 16 October – Bitterne Park School, 17:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday 20 October – Southampton Airport, 09:00 – 13:00

We are here to hear your voice

Share your feedback on our draft Master Plan with us using the form below. All comments will be carefully considered and taken into account when preparing the final version of the Master Plan.

The consultation will officially close on Tuesday 30th October 2018.

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