Municipal Airport Master Plan

In 2018 the City of Lloydminster established a three-year Economic Development Strategic Plan which outlined the need to achieve optimal use of the Lloydminster Airport through aspects such as pursing regional partnerships, capitalizing on commercial opportunities, encouraging development within, and around, the facility and much more. To better align these strategies with implementation goals, the City of Lloydminster has contracted two organizations to develop an official Airport Master Plan for the facility.


This plan will consider regional competing airports, political support of the airport, adjacent land development and market demand studies through a five-phase work plan:

  1. Airport Profile
  2. Demand Assessment
  3. Airport Facilities, Deficiencies and Requirements
  4. Airport Development Plan
  5. Business Development Plan

The final phase, Business Development Plan, will suggest three phases of implementation: short-term (1-5 years), medium-term (6-10 years) and long-term (11-25 years) objectives based on potential capital investments, land use projections and economic potential for the area.

Throughout the project, the consultants, in conjunction with the City, will collect feedback from stakeholders, tenants, facility users and area residents to better understand the unique strengths and improvement opportunity for the facility. The feedback collected will be considered when developing the draft plan. Stay tuned to learn how you can get involved.


Stakeholder Workshops

On November 5, tenants of the Lloydminster Airport were invited to a Stakeholder Workshop in efforts to hear their thoughts and concerns on the current facility.

During the week of November 4 to 8, the contracted organization was able to meet with numerous stakeholders outside of the facility tenants as well.

Thank you to everyone who was able to provide feedback throughout this process.




In 2018 the City of Lloydminster established a three-year Economic Development Strategic Plan which outlined the need to achieve optimal use of the Lloydminster Airport through aspects such as pursing regional partnerships, capitalizing on commercial opportunities, encouraging development within, and around, the facility and much more. To better align these strategies with implementation goals, the City of Lloydminster has contracted two organizations to develop an official Airport Master Plan for the facility.


This plan will consider regional competing airports, political support of the airport, adjacent land development and market demand studies through a five-phase work plan:

  1. Airport Profile
  2. Demand Assessment
  3. Airport Facilities, Deficiencies and Requirements
  4. Airport Development Plan
  5. Business Development Plan

The final phase, Business Development Plan, will suggest three phases of implementation: short-term (1-5 years), medium-term (6-10 years) and long-term (11-25 years) objectives based on potential capital investments, land use projections and economic potential for the area.

Throughout the project, the consultants, in conjunction with the City, will collect feedback from stakeholders, tenants, facility users and area residents to better understand the unique strengths and improvement opportunity for the facility. The feedback collected will be considered when developing the draft plan. Stay tuned to learn how you can get involved.


Stakeholder Workshops

On November 5, tenants of the Lloydminster Airport were invited to a Stakeholder Workshop in efforts to hear their thoughts and concerns on the current facility.

During the week of November 4 to 8, the contracted organization was able to meet with numerous stakeholders outside of the facility tenants as well.

Thank you to everyone who was able to provide feedback throughout this process.




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