Each public airport in the United States is required by the FAA to submit master plans and revise them approximately every 10 years. The last master plan for Waterbury-Oxford was finished in 2007. The current plan will include information going back to 2018 and will cover future development through 2038. CDM Smith planner Zachary Duvall spoke about the master plan at an informational meeting Wednesday night at the Wyndham hotel Southbury. While the revised plan will anticipate growth of private jet traffic to the airport, there is no plan to grow the size of the airport or expand its service past its current general aviation status, airport manager Matthew J. Kelly, said.