At the September 19 public open house, Palm Springs International Airport leadership presented four possibilities for the future development of the airport terminal facilities. While those who attended in person were able to talk to subject-matter experts and provide their insight at the event, we want to hear from all
The community is getting in on the planning process for the future of the Palm Springs International Airport. They want to preserve its iconic past, while keeping up with increasing tourism throughout the Valley. It’s all part of the Master Plan to expand and grow the airport.
The Palm Springs International Airport today invited the public to its free Master Plan Open House later this month, which will allow community members to share their preferences for the airport’s future development. The open house will be held from 5:30-7 p.m. on Sept. 19 in Room Primrose CD at
Palm Springs, CA — The Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) is excited to invite the public to its upcoming Master Plan Open House, on Tuesday, September 19, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The PSP Airport Master Plan process seeks to protect the airport’s iconic
In addition to the many planners, engineers, environmental scientists, architects, and aviation professionals that comprise the Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) Airport Master Plan team, the City of Palm Springs has also established a Working Group to participate in the process. The Working Group is made up of technical and
California’s Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) will begin developing a new airport master plan with an initial focus on determining the future of its aging passenger terminal. The process for developing a master plan for the airport, located 130 mi. east of Los Angeles International (LAX), will take 30 months,
Palm Springs, California – The City of Palm Springs is launching a new long-term planning effort for the Palm Springs International Airport (PSP). The Airport Master Plan is a comprehensive look at the entire airport facility and its potential over the next two decades. The plan will build on the