The Tennessee Aviation System Plan (TASP) will provide the State of Tennessee with critical data and information to assist in decision making and project prioritization for the State’s airports. The TASP is an update to the 2001 Tennessee State Aviation System Plan.
The TASP will be developed in accordance with the most current Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements and guidance, including FAA Advisory Circular 150/5070-7, Change 1, The Airport System Planning Process. The TASP will ensure all airports in the State’s system are adequately addressed.
The primary purpose of the TASP is to study the performance and interaction of Tennessee’s airports to understand their interrelationship and identify the overall State airport system needs. The TASP is intended to guide decisions and educate those who oversee the system, including local, State, and federal policy makers.