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1 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Airport Overview and Air Service Development Transportation Club of Dallas/Fort Worth September 10, 2007

2 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, Agenda DFW Airport Overview International Air Service Development Impacts of the Wright Amendment Compromise

3 DFW Airport Overview

4 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, DFW Airport Overview An investment in 18,000+ acres of land will ultimately support eight runways and six terminals. 7 runways 4 are 13,400 4 aircraft can land simultaneously Hourly operations 279 VFR 186 IFR Any aircraft at maximum payload can land at DFW Source: FAA Airport Capacity Benchmark Report 2001

5 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, DFW Airport Overview DFW ranks 3 rd in the world for daily operations and 6 th for passengers. DFW is one of only three airports averaging more than 900 departures per day. Source: Airports Council International (ACI), 2006 DFW serves more than 60 million passengers per year Daily Departures (Thousands)2006 Annual Passengers (Millions)

6 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, DFW Airport Overview DFW is the pre-eminent mid-continent hub. Source: Seabury APGDat, OAG 135 Nonstop Domestic Destinations 36 Nonstop International Destinations The Airports international route network is capable of supporting millions of local and connecting passengers every year.

7 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, DFW Airport Overview DFW is served by 21 passenger and 16 cargo carriers. Passenger Cargo

8 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, DFW Airport Overview DFW has received top honors from Airports Council International and J. D. Power and Associates. Ranked Highest in Customer Satisfaction for Large Airports in the J.D. Power and Associates 2007 North America Airport Satisfaction Study SM Voted Best Airport in the Americas for Customer Service in the Airports Council International Survey 2006 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport received the highest numerical score among large airports (30+ million passengers/year) in the proprietary J.D. Power and Associates 2007 North America Airport Satisfaction StudySM. Study based on 17,421 total evaluations from passengers measuring 17 large airports and measures opinions of passengers May 2006-April Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of passengers surveyed within one month of flight. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com

9 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, DFW Airport Overview DFW Airport is a major catalyst to the regional economy. $16.6 billion in total economic output 305,000 full-time jobs $7.6 billion in payroll Source: The Economic Impact of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport 2005, Texas Department of Transportation

10 International Air Service Development

11 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development International O&D passengers were up year-over-year in DFW International O&D Passengers (Millions) Note: Numbers do not include foreign flag carriers. Source: Seabury APGDat, U.S. DOT O&D %

12 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development Europe is DFWs largest international market, followed by Mexico, Asia and Canada. Source: Sabre Consulting, Calendar Year 2006 adjusted MIDT data DFW Airport International O&D Passengers (%)

13 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development: Europe DFW has targeted seven markets in Europe for new service.

14 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development: Europe British Airways will move its DFW flights from London Gatwick to Heathrow. New flights begin March 30, 2008 Jeff Fegan and Joe Lopano met with British Airways Willie Walsh to make the announcement at the airlines headquarters in London

15 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development: Europe There are more than142 logical connections available to the DFW traveler from London Heathrow. Source: Seabury APGDat, June 2007 OAG Schedule Connections include fast- growing areas such as India and the Middle-East.

16 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development: Asia DFW has identified at least six markets of interest in Asia.

17 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development: Asia Furthermore, DFW is exploring opportunities to India. These flights could be nonstop or via an intermediate point such as Brussels, Belgium.

18 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development: Mexico Although DFW already has a good network to Mexico, there are several other markets that have been identified as opportunities.

19 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development: Cargo DFWs international cargo network serves 12 major cargo hubs worldwide. Source: OAG

20 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, International Air Service Development: Cargo International cargo at DFW has almost doubled since International Cargo (Thousands of Metric Tonnes) Source: DFW Monthly Flight Activity Reports Asian freighters are the driving force behind the robust growth.

21 Impacts of the Wright Amendment Compromise

22 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, Impacts of the Wright Amendment Compromise Southwest flew nonstop to 14 destinations from Love Field prior to the Wright Amendment Reform Act. Source: Seabury Database, OAG, and Southwest Airlines website.

23 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, Impacts of the Wright Amendment Compromise Subsequent to the Reform Act, Southwest added 29 cities. Legend: Nonstop service 1 stop/connection Source: Seabury Database, OAG, and Southwest Airlines website. These cities were reachable by a one-stop through flight or connection.

24 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, Impacts of the Wright Amendment Compromise In response to Southwest, AA lowered its business fares out of DFW Airport % %- 51.8%- 48.9%- 45.1%- 38.4% One-Way Business Fares on AA From DFW Airport* *Note: Prices reflect fully-refundable, advance purchase fares of up to 3 days. Source: Harrell Associates H100 Airfare Report.

25 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, Impacts of the Wright Amendment Compromise AA also lowered its leisure fares out of DFW Airport as much as 50%. - 50% - 49% - 38% - 28% - 24% - 20% - 18 % - 16% One-Way Leisure Fares on AA from DFW Airport Source: Harrell Associates H100 Airfare Report.

26 TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH, SEPTEMBER 10, Impacts of the Wright Amendment Compromise In June 2007, DFW served more than 2.3 million O&D guests. Source: Sabre Consulting, Adjusted MIDT Bookings Total DFW O&D Passengers (Millions) +4.2% CYTD 07 vs. 06 = +5.6% FYTD 07 vs. 06 = +5.5%

27 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Airport Overview and Air Service Development Transportation Club of Dallas/Fort Worth September 10, 2007


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