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Going Forward Together Presentation to the 5th Annual Future Projects Summit Fort McMurray Airport Authority March 1, 2013


Agenda Present an update on the progress and issues related to the mission and vision of the Fort McMurray Airport Authority including: • Facts • Issues • Challenges • Opportunities


Canada’s Newest Airport Authority • Ground Breaking for the new Terminal – August 2011 • Much has happened in the last 17 months since – almost all good


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Vision: We are Canada’s Premier Regional Airport, connecting the World to the People, Resources and Opportunities in the Wood Buffalo Region


Impact of our Airport • First Impression of our Community and the regional industry • Connects Canadians and Albertans to the benefits of the region: • 1700 jobs created, direct and indirect • $118 million in annual labour income • $245 million in value-added GDP expenditures $ 363 million Total Economic Impact on Region


1,100,000

1,050,000

1,000,000

Rolling 12 Month Passenger Count Grew by over 25% in 2012 Grew 37% since becoming an Airport Authority January 2013 was 26% over last January Should breach 1 million passengers by April 2013 Planned 957,815

950,000

941,837 920,949

900,000

893,040

2012 Actuals

873,045

852,196

850,000 830,982 817,174 802,611

800,000 785,487

793,119

773,397

2011 Actuals

750,000

2010 Actuals 700,000

650,000 Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

June

July

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec


Material increase in charters in 2012/2013


Growth Projections Actual

Moderate (CAPP)

Medium (AMC)

Low

High

1,600,000 High

Passenger Count – 20 Year Forecasts

1,400,000

Medium

1,200,000

Board assumed the “medium” line Actual is above the “high” line

1,000,000

Moderate

We assume the medium scenario in our Plan

Low

800,000 600,000 400,000 200,000 0 1988

1991

1994

1997

2000

2003

2006

2009

2012

2015

2018

2021

2024

2027

2030


YMM City Pairs – Towards Optimal Air Service • Yellow is existing/announced : Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary , Toronto, Red Deer, Fort Chipewyan, Puerto Vallarta, Denver

• Pink is planned: Kelowna, Grande Prairie, Yellowknife, Saskatoon, Las Vegas, Chicago


United Airlines New Daily Service to Denver from Fort McMurray Complete Network of UA Services from Denver

Alaska

Hawaii


Denver Inaugural Flight

• • • • • • •

June 7, 2013 A very significant event for Wood Buffalo Denver has indicated the importance for them as well Colorado Governor and Denver Mayor will be involved Reception for 150 organized by the Canadian Consulate Briefings, meetings and Tours organized Have booked 20 seats for an appropriate Wood Buffalo Delegation


Current Terminal Improvements


Current Terminal Improvements – International Operations


Current Terminal Improvements – International Operations


Current Terminal Improvements – International Operations


Northern Alberta Air Show - 2014


Air Show May 30 to June 1, 2014


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New Terminal Building Project


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Current Development Plan


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Current Project Status: • • • •

Site Works (E Construction) - 85% Complete ATB (Ledcor) – 50% complete Both Contracts will be complete in 2013 Landscaping (~$1.5 Million) – Sub-Contract to E Construction (Cash Allowance) – Design April/May 2013 – Construction – 2013

• Retail and Food & Beverage – Negotiating with 18 potential vendors – Fit-up early 2014


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Project Update – Site Works


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Project Update – Site Works


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Project Update – ATB


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Project Update – ATB


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FMAA Master Plan • Completed December 2012 • Catalogued existing airport facilities • Projected future physical and operational requirements (typically 20+ years) • Includes development triggers and implementation timeframes (4 phases) • Provides basis for 30-Year Capital Plan Master Plan can be viewed on FMAA Website at http://flyfortmac.ca/MediaCentre/Publications/MasterPlan.aspx


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Key Outcomes/Conclusions • Only 1 runway required during planning period – Extend to 9,000+ feet – Recover 500 ft. displaced threshold

• • • • •

Increase aircraft parking and gates Repurpose existing ATB post-2014 Develop GSE/Cargo facility Optimize Commercial Development Opportunities Expand/optimize General Aviation facilities


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Short Term – Phase 1 (2012 – 2016)


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Short Term – Phase 2 (2017 - 2021)


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Future Projects Rental Car Quick Turnaround (QTA) Facility • Combined facility for all rental car companies • Business Plan 2013 • Potential Construction 2013/2014


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New Hotel • • • • • • • •

Market-Driven 3rd-Party Development 3 – 4-Star 150+ Room Business Hotel connected to ATB Meeting/Banquet Facilities Restaurant Pool/Exercise Area RFP Closed 2012 Negotiating with Developer Construction - 2014 - 2015


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GSE/Cargo Facility • GSE (Ground Support Equipment) – Located immediately north of new ATB – Carriers, ground handlers, freight handlers, airport maintenance – Business Case underway – Potential Construction 2013/2014

• Cargo Facility – – – – –

Currently, all cargo trucked from Edmonton and Calgary Envision demand for dedicated facility Link to Customs capability Expression of Interest – 2013/2014 Potential construction - TBD


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Re-Purpose Existing ATB • Existing ATB represents excellent 3rd-Party development opportunity post 2014 • Current reviewing options – Business Aviation Centre including: • • • •

Fixed-Base Operator (FBO) Charter Terminal Cargo Offices


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Commercial Development • ATB Access Road (Landside Business Industrial) – Developer identified for Gas Station/C-Store/Car Wash at west end of new ATB Access Road – QTA at east end of ATB Access Road – Issuing EOI/RFP for lots along ATB Access Road in 2013

• East Commercial Lands – Finalizing servicing strategy – Development on hold pending SAGD resolution – Potential short-term land leases


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Runway Extension • • • • • •

Potential extension from 7,500 to 9,000 ft. Recover 500 ft. LDA due to Glide Path Increases range of destinations or aircraft capacity Supports increased cargo capability Preliminary Design - 2013 Construction TBD


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