NASHVILLE, Tenn. ─ The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is in the process of updating its Master Plan and will host an informational meeting and public workshop to discuss the process and goals identified for the ongoing development of the Nashville International Airport Master Plan Update and Sustainability Study.
WHO: Members of the public interested in future plans of Nashville International Airport
WHAT: Nashville International Airport Master Plan Update and Sustainability Study Meeting
WHEN: Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012; 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Metro Southeast (1417 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37217)
The purpose of this workshop is to give the public an opportunity to be actively involved in and learn about the plans, schedules and efforts of the Master Plan Update, Sustainability Study and Noise Exposure Map Update. The project goals of the Master Plan Update are to focus on identifying the future needs associated with Nashville International Airport, based on passenger forecasts, to ensure that sufficient capacity and facilities exist to effectively support aviation activity well into the future. The Sustainability Study aims to identify goals, evaluate initiatives, and develop an implementation plan for MNAA to enhance its economic vitality, operational and energy efficiency, social responsibility and protect natural resources. The purpose of the Noise Exposure Map
Update is to model and present existing and potential noise contours for the Airport.
More information about the Master Plan Update and process is available at
http://flynashville.com/about/masterplan.aspx. Members of the public may also submit input to the Master Plan Update online at http://flynashville.com/comments/.
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) was established in 1970, and owns and operates the Nashville International Airport (BNA) and John C. Tune Airport (JWN). For more information, please visit www.flynashville.com.