http://www.rrstar.com/top_stories/x...ional-Airport-thinks-global-in-strategic-plan More passengers. More cargo. And more jobs. That’s the meat of the plan Greater Rockford Airport Authority Board commissioners are expected to adopt this spring that will guide Chicago Rockford International Airport over the next three years. Chairman Brian Boyer said five of seven commissioners on the airport board have served less than a year and the strategic plan they’ve developed over the past five months is a set of common goals for the airport to pursue. “We wanted to get everyone going in a general direction,” Boyer said, “to clarify for staff where we wanted to go.” The plan sets specific performance targets: For passengers: Add seven destinations, double traffic to 330,000 passengers and rank in the top 200 U.S. airports in air traffic (in 2009 it ranked 224). For cargo: Add three new cargo airlines, increase landed cargo weight to 116 million pounds and rank in the top 20 cargo airports in the country (in 2009, it ranked 21st. For jobs: Create a business plan to bring aircraft maintenance and repair operations to the airport. And while the plan has yet to be adopted, there have already been developments in the direction commissioners want to go.