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Minimum Operating Standards : Public Feedback

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The West Michigan Regional Airport Authority is seeking public feedback on its most recent draft of the Airport’s revised Minimum Operating Standards. Since mid-2021 the Airport Authority, and its Operations Committee, have been working to update its Minimum Operating Standards. The Airport Authority established revision of the standards as one if its top priorities in its FY22-23 Action Plans. The goal in revising the the Minimum Operating Standards is to establish a standalone document outlining clear guidelines for businesses looking to operate on-field and to streamline the process for establishing operations on-field. The standards are designed to apply equally to all operators on-field, and establishes a tier system for different types operators looking to locate to West Michigan Regional; ex: Single Service FBO to Full Service FBO.

MINIMUM OPERATING STANDARDS

Feedback will be collected for the Board’s review at the December 12th Airport Authority Board meeting. Please submit all comments and feedback through this survey.

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