The primary purpose of the CASP is to study the performance and interaction of the Colorado aviation system to understand the interrelationship of the member airports and to identify state airport system needs. The CASP is intended to guide decisions and educate those who oversee the system, including local, state, and federal policy makers, including the Colorado Aeronautical Board (CAB) and other CDOT divisions. Additionally, the CASP further assists airport managers, operators, owners, local and state businesses, aircraft owners, and the public by allowing for a better planning and policy leading to a high performing aviation system.
CASP Process Flowchart
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