Hollywood Burbank Airport invites the community and stakeholders to join us for an interactive and iterative dialogue, also known as a charrette process. As we embark on planning and constructing the 14-gate replacement passenger terminal and replacement parking structures, this process, which will consist of six public charrette workshops in Burbank and one in each of the airport’s neighboring cities – Los Angeles, Glendale and Pasadena – will gather community feedback and help shape the design and functionality of the replacement passenger terminal.
The charrette workshops are a collaborative and transparent process that will engage the community in an authentic conversation to solicit meaningful input. The workshops will focus primarily on safety improvements, design features and amenities that the community and passengers would like to see in the replacement passenger terminal.
All members of the community who have an interest in the design of the replacement passenger terminal are encouraged to attend one or more of the six charrette workshops.
Schedule and Workshop Information
The first charrette workshop will take place on Wednesday, March 27, from
6 PM to 9 PM in Hangar 40. Attendees should park/arrive at 10832 Sherman Way, Burbank, CA. An Airport shuttle will transport you to and from the nearby Airport Hangar where the charrette will take place.
Additional information will be posted here in the near future with details on the timing and locations of the other workshops. Please continue to check back often.