Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Master Plan includes strategies and timelines for airport improvements over a span of 20 years and also provides for thorough studies on the airport's efficiency and potential impact of any proposed new development. The Master Plan is a projected outlook on the airport's future operational demand, expansion needs and potential.  
The master planning process was conducted over 10 years and involved numerous local, state, and federal agencies along with public input, as well as a thorough 7-year environmental review. The implementation of the Master Plan will address the significant airfield congestion problems documented by the FAA in the Record of Decision.

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