Master Plan Public Information Meetings
The Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) is a small-hub public-use airport, occupying an estimated 1,450 acres in Reno, Nevada. The airport, which is surrounded by industrial, commercial and residential developments, has three runways accommodating a wide variety of commercial/passenger, cargo, general aviation and military aircraft operations.
Owned and operated by the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority, the airport is financially self-sufficient, funded by the fees and rents collected from its aviation and non-aviation tenants. The Airport Authority also owns 200+ acres of vacant, undeveloped land in proximity to the airport.
The Airport Authority has begun a 16-month master plan project for the airport which will provide a roadmap to address airport growth, industry changes, and Federal Aviation Administration standards for the next 20 years, while balancing the needs of the community.
- View the Master Plan Project Schedule as of March 2017
Future Public Information Meetings
Public Information Meeting No. 3 (August 17, 2017)
Focus: Proposed Projects, including alternative options, to address the airport forecast.
Public Information Meeting No. 4 (January 2018)
Focus: Ultimate Development Concept, based on recommended projects, and associated financial plan for funding.