HARTFORD — As work continues on phase one of the long-awaited extension and runway reconstruction at the Hartford Municipal Airport, officials are planning more improvements there over the next six years.
The city’s Common Council on Tuesday approved to adopting the airport’s six-year capital improvement plan. The Plan Commission Monday during their meeting will also discuss the plan. By state statute, the Commission is required to review the proposal.
The plan proposes construction of a new airport terminal in 2022, reconstruction of the runway apron, grading the turf runway and adding upgrades to the fuel farm all in 2020. Hartford Department of Public Works Director and Airport Manager Darryl Kranz told the Council that all projects included in the plan may not necessarily be completed.