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Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport Master Plan
The Airport Master Plan for San Jose International consists of a program of facility improvements designed to adequately accommodate projected aviation demand (passenger, cargo, and general aviation), with development phased as demand warrants and as determined to be financially feasible.

The Airport Master Plan was originally adopted by the City of San Jose in June 1997 and approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in December 1999. It has been subsequently updated through a series of City-approved amendments. The Airport Master Plan currently extends to the year 2027. The Master Plan development program includes approximately 70 specific improvement projects.

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