Airport Announces Community Workshop On Future For Terminal

By On September 12, 2013

The City of Burbank and the Burbank Bob Hope Airport have been working together with the community to create plans for the Airport and its 83-year-old terminal, and have been holding a series of workshops for community input and comments.The next workshop will be held on Monday, September 16, at 6:00 p.m. at the Airport Skyroom in Terminal A on the second floor, and is open to the public and free of charge. Validated parking in the Parking Structure will be provided.

This September 16 workshop will discuss the current terminal and the vision for a replacement terminal. The current terminal is too close to the runways to meet current Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) safety regulations, does not meet current earthquake standards and lacks many of the amenities available in more modern terminals.

For those unable to attend this workshop but who would like to express questions, comments or concerns on the future of Burbank Bob Hope Airport, the Airport invites the public to visit the City-Airport Visioning Process page on the Airport’s website. A list of past and future workshops and videos of previous meetings are available on the website.