The Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) is a non-profit organization developed by business leaders and created through Arizona state charter in 1948. TAA manages Tucson International Airport (TUS) and the general aviation reliever airport, Ryan Airfield (RYN). TAA has initiated an update of the 2010 Airport Master Plan for Ryan Airfield to re-evaluate the airport operations and land-use based on subsequent residential growth in the airport vicinity. The Master Plan Update will provide guidance for making improvements to aviation operations and amenities and establish an approach to fostering economic development on non-aviation land owned by TAA.

Ryan Airfield Master Plan Update

On this website, you will find the latest information on the Ryan Airfield Master Plan Update including background information about the Airport, notices of upcoming meetings, presentations and handouts used during meetings, and technical reports prepared for the Master Plan Update.

This Master Plan Update will evaluate the ability of existing airport facilities to meet future demand from aeronautical and non-aeronautical users of the Airport. It will provide a framework for fostering economic development around Ryan Airfield by identifying development scenarios that account for variations in demand.