3 STEPS TOWARD OUR BOCC RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Identify

3 STEPS TOWARD OUR BOCC RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Identify

3 STEPS TOWARD OUR BOCC RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Identify Key Community Values that Apply to Our Airport 2. Express Values as Directions and Goals July Continuum Exercises: Commercial Enplanements, Air Quality, Noise Future Goal Setting: Commercial Service Range, GA Operations, User Experience, Ground Connectivity, Architecture & Design 3. Use Directions and Goals to Guide Our Specific Airport Recommendations THE BEDROCK Constant Information Gathering

CONSTANT INFORMATION GATHERING Feb. 21 Intro to ASE Vision Process Mar. 20 FAA Requirements May 7 Regional Growth Trends & Air Service Industry Trends June 6 Airspace Safety Today Airline Perspectives on ASE Air Service Next Research Assignments to ASE Groups (Strategic Questions) Autumn Future of Aviation Symposium

DIRECTIONS AND GOALS SO FAR (Expressing values as directions and goals) Commercial Enplanements: Limited Growth (~.8%) Noise: Substantial Reduction CO2 and Other Air Pollution: Substantial Reduction IMMEDIATE NEXT STEPS

Strategic Questions for ASE Groups to Research Fleet mix needed for Commercial Enplanement, Noise, and Air Pollution Goals? What might our future airport look like in terms of safety and design? What would a Warm, Welcoming & Comfortable terminal look like? How could we create more Convenient & Easy Ground Transportation? How does the airport fit into the community? 3 STEPS TOWARD OUR BOCC RECOMMENDATIONS

1. Identify Key Community Values that Apply to Our Airport 2. Express Values as Directions and Goals July Continuum Exercises: Commercial Enplanements, Air Quality, Noise Future Goal Setting: Commercial Service Range, GA Operations, User Experience, Ground Connectivity, Architecture & Design 3. Use Goals to Guide Specific Airport Recommendations Airline Panel

Next Steps Working Groups Technical Working Group: What workable options exist for our future airfield? How could the existing or future "fleet mix" meet the air pollution reduction, limited enplanement growth, and noise abatement goals recently established by the ASE Vision

process? In light of those community goals, what does the future airfield look like in terms of safety and airport design? What are the implications of the status quo VS Airport Design Group II VS Airport Design Group D-III)? Could any variations exist within these design groups such as landing speeds, aircraft weight, etc. that might help us attain our community goals? How could our future airfield be as green and carbon neutral as possible? Experience Group:

Based on our values, our goal of limited enplanement growth, and our goal to reduce CO2 and other emissions, what would a warm, welcoming and comfortable terminal look like? How could it best fit the community? What are our terminal and landside options? How could our building size, function, number of gates, etc. best reflect our values, planning directions and goals?

Community Character: Whats the big-picture role of the Airport in our Community? How will our future Airport fit the ASE Vision values and the civic goals of the Aspen/Pitkin County community? How should these values and goals inform planning for future operations of both General Aviation and Commercial service? Focus Group:

How can we improve airport connectivity? What would more convenient and easy ground transportation to and from the airport look like? How can we enhance multi-modal transportation options and create seamless connectivity to transit? How does the Airport fit into the broader surface transportation network of Aspen, Pitkin County and the Roaring Fork Valley? Scheduling:

Vision Committee August 26 Working Groups Your facilitator will be reaching out this week to find a meeting time and location that works best for majority of the group before the next All Group Meeting Future All Group Meeting Dates September 18 Aspen Meadows October 2 Aspen Meadows November 13 Aspen Meadows

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