Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Into the Future Air Transportation: Key Infrastructure for the Modern Economy Air Transportation: Key Infrastructure for the Modern Economy.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Into the Future Air Transportation: Key Infrastructure for the Modern Economy Air Transportation: Key Infrastructure for the Modern Economy."— Presentation transcript:

1 Into the Future Air Transportation: Key Infrastructure for the Modern Economy Air Transportation: Key Infrastructure for the Modern Economy

2 General Aviation A community without an airport will be eliminated by the majority of firms seeking to relocate or build a new facility. Washington State University report

3 Sustainability Air Transportation Not subsidized; pays taxesNot subsidized; pays taxes Set goals for environmental sustainabilitySet goals for environmental sustainability

4 Meet the worlds expanding air service demand without increasing Greenhouse Gases (GHG)Meet the worlds expanding air service demand without increasing Greenhouse Gases (GHG) Be carbon neutral by 2050Be carbon neutral by 2050 Air transportation emits 2% of Greenhouse Gases Source: London Economist Climate Change – Aviations Goal Reducing Greenhouse Gases = Greater Efficiency and Lower Costs

5 De-Icing and Run-Off Recapture… …MWAA is State-of-the-Art

6 For Washington: Air Transportation is Woven into Societys Fabric For every job in the Washington region, 10 airline tickets are sold each year 18% of adults visit Europe at least once every three years 90% of adult voters visit one of the regions airports each year 12% of our regions jobs are concerned with international trade For every job in the Washington region, 10 airline tickets are sold each year 18% of adults visit Europe at least once every three years 90% of adult voters visit one of the regions airports each year 12% of our regions jobs are concerned with international trade

7 One Interdependent World

8 Tourism: Most Future Growth from Overseas International visitors stay longer; spend more.

9 Transportation is a Means not an End 68% of new jobs, 1980 – 2000, in jurisdictions accessible to Dulles68% of new jobs, 1980 – 2000, in jurisdictions accessible to Dulles Dulles and Route 28 corridorsDulles and Route 28 corridors Miniscule share of Gross Regional Product in 1980 Miniscule share of Gross Regional Product in 1980 Now about 25% Now about 25% Source: MWCOG statistics; Dr. Stephen Fuller, George Mason University

10 Airport Access Ground Airport Access Ground Good air service does not help the regional economy if you cannot easily get to the airport!

11 21 st Century Main Streets

12 Annual Job Change – MOTYC Northern Virginia 000s Source: Dr. Stephen Fuller, George Mason University

13 000s Annual Job Change – MOTYC Suburban Maryland Source: Dr. Stephen Fuller, George Mason University

14 Economic Value of One New Daily Transatlantic Service Markets Increase in Markets Served 2 to 3 9 to 10 Economic Gain New High Tech Jobs4,5001,600 Capitalized Value New Jobs$1.7 B$625 M Markets Increase in Markets Served 2 to 3 9 to 10 Economic Gain New High Tech Jobs4,5001,600 Capitalized Value New Jobs$1.7 B$625 M Measured Gain 2 Years Later Source: Button/Taylor - George Mason & Monash Universities September 2000

15 Dulles: Passenger Use Source: Airport Records 2 million Airline Deregulation WATF Formed

16 Dulles Today

17 Capacity for Tomorrow Flight Operations Passengers IN MILLIONS Passengers IN MILLIONS Cargo IN TONNES Cargo IN TONNES Source: MWAA Records through September 2009 Based on a picture by Air Survey Corporation 342, ,000 Today DESIGN CAPACITY DESIGN CAPACITY 23M 55 M+ Today 333,845 8 M** Today CARGO POTENTIAL CARGO POTENTIAL DESIGN CAPACITY DESIGN CAPACITY ** WATF Estimate

18 DCA: Post September 11th 15.9 million passengers inconvenienced 80,000 jobs threatened 15.9 million passengers inconvenienced 80,000 jobs threatened

19 The First Law of the Modern Economy Runway + Demand = New Jobs and Prosperity © WATF 10/06

20 The First Law of the Modern Economy Runway + Demand = New Jobs and Prosperity © WATF 10/06

21 Barriers Aviations role not widely understood Surface transportation implementation Restrictive international air service agreements Cumbersome security


Download ppt "Into the Future Air Transportation: Key Infrastructure for the Modern Economy Air Transportation: Key Infrastructure for the Modern Economy."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google