Connecticut Statewide Airport System Plan
The 2016 Connecticut Statewide Airport System Plan (CSASP) examines aviation infrastructure, activity, and trends from a statewide perspective for the purposes of allocating resources and guiding policy decisions. This plan is intended to be an update to the 2006 plan, which will serve as a baseline, and is not intended to be a comprehensive reinvestigation. The primary objective is to identify and address critical issues influencing aviation’s contribution to the statewide economy and to prioritize and align resources accordingly.
To view planning related documents for Bradley International Airport specifically, please click here.
To view planning and engineering related documents for the CAA’s five general aviation airports specifically, please click here and select the appropriate airport. The plans are located on the “Planning & Engineering” tab.