What you notice right now when you go to the Saskatoon Airport is all the work out front of the building. Outdoor work to parking and ground transportation is expected to wrap up this fall and then work gets underway on the air-side of the airport. Skyxe President and CEO Stephen Maybury says they need to expand the apron in order to park more airplanes, improve taxiways and runways. This is all part of their master plan which was released this week. Maybury says the master plan will take them to 2040 and one of the key items is that the existing infrastructure needs to grow in order to continue to expand the business. Their study also included consultation with the public and the strongest message they received from the community was that when expanding the aiport there needs to be one-stop-connectivity. He says what that means is getting access to the globe through hub airports. In terms of growing the business, the industry average is around a 2.5% increase in passengers each year. As far as meeting the needs of the Environment Maybury says the Saskatoon Airport Authority has already implemented several initiatives: they changed much of the lighting over to an L-E-D system and one of their buildings was just recently put on line to be powered by solar panels.