Groton-New London Airport Master Plan
The Connecticut Airport Authority and the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) have updated the 20-year Master Plan for the Groton New London Airport. This document provides information on how the airport can grow to meet the need of the traveling public.
Groton-New London Airport Wildlife Hazard Deterrent Fence Study
The proposed project involves preparation of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 and Connecticut Environmental Policy Act (CEPA) documentation to evaluate the installation of a wildlife deterrent fence at the Groton-New London Airport. The airport is currently surrounded on two sides by a wildlife fence. The project would include inspection of and repairs to the existing fence, as well as installation of additional fencing along portions of the airport abutting the Poquonnock River.
Groton-New London Airport Business Plan
The primary objective of this business plan for the Groton-New London Airport (GON) is to identify operational and economic development opportunities to assist the Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) with optimizing the overall benefits of the Airport for the community it serves.
Groton-New London Airport Environmental Assessment/ Environmental Impact Evaluation for Obstructions
The CAA conducted a detailed study to evaluate existing obstructions that penetrate the federally protected airspace. These obstructions are primarily trees located near runway ends or located on small hills surrounding the Airport. As a follow-up study, the CAA is reviewing the potential impacts of tree removal, and selective clearing and/or thinning in areas the area that contain airspace obstructions.