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1 Regional Airport Planning Committee G. Hardy Acree, Director of Airports January 23, 2009 Regional Airport Planning Committee G. Hardy Acree, Director of Airports January 23, 2009

2 Sacramento County Airport System The County Airport System operates four Airports: Sacramento International Airport (SMF) – Primarily Commercial (passenger) with some Cargo and Military ops. Sacramento Mather Airport (MHR) – Primarily Cargo Operations with some General Aviation (GA) and Military ops. Sacramento Executive Airport (SAC) – Primarily GA Operations Franklin Field (F72) – Primarily Pilot Training Role of each airport is defined in the Board of Supervisors approved Airport System Plan

3 Sacramento County Airport System Sacramento International Sacramento Mather Franklin Field Sacramento Executive NORTH

4 Mission Statement Consistent with our communitys values, we will operate, maintain and develop the County Airport System in a safe, convenient and economical manner. We will be a leader in the airport industry by exceeding expectations and providing customer service second to none.

5 Airports of Choice for Northern California SMF Primary and Secondary Markets Map of Northern California Napa Valley/ Wine Country 1-hour drive Lake Tahoe 1.5-hour drive Yosemite National Park 3.5-hour drive SMF

6 Sacramento International Airport (SMF) 12 major airline carriers and 1 commuter airline 360 Flights per day The airport consists of 5,671 acres Two Terminals Terminal A: 202,000 sq.ft. Terminal B: 134,000 sq.ft. 27 total contact gates

7 Aircraft Operations Forecast 173,901 operations in 2007 Projected average annual growth rate: 2.4 percent 250,000 operations projected for Year 150, , , , , , , ,000 Aircraft Operations Sources: 2004 Sacramento International Airport Master Plan Forecast Sacramento County Airport System Statistics

8 International Airport Existing Conditions C-IV Airport Reference Code (B-767) 2 Parallel Runways (6,000 feet apart) 16L/34R – 8,600 feet x 150 feet CAT I ILS Pavement Strength –100,000 lbs Single –209,000 lbs Dual –407,000 lbs Dual Tandem –850,000 lbs Double Dual Tandem 16R/34L – 8,600 feet x 150 feet CAT III ILS to 16R Pavement Strength –75,000 lbs Single –209,000 lbs Dual –407,000 lbs Dual Tandem –850,000 lbs Double Dual Tandem

9 International Airport Future Conditions D-V Airport Reference Code (B-747) 3 Parallel Runways 16L/34R – extend to 11,000 feet x 150 feet ILS CAT III 16C/34C (existing 16R/34L) – 8,600 feet x 150 feet ILS CAT III 16R/34L (new runway) – 8,600 feet x 150 feet ILS CAT III

10 International Airport - Development Plan NORTH

11 International Airport – Economic Activity Over 5,000 direct and induced on-site jobs. Visitors arriving via International Airport support over 12,000 direct and induced jobs in the local visitor industry. Creates over $27 million in State/Local Taxes on- site annually and over $64 million for the region. In calendar year 2007, International Airport exceeded 10.7 million origin and destination passengers. Sources: 2003 Sacramento County Airport System Economic Impact Report Sacramento County Airport System Statistics

12 Sacramento Mather Airport (MHR) Opened for Civilian Use on May 5, Board of Supervisors adopted Draft Master Plan on February 17, Environmental Review underway, expected completion in The airport consists of 2,686 acres. Average of 112 flights per day. Opened for Civilian Use on May 5, Board of Supervisors adopted Draft Master Plan on February 17, Environmental Review underway, expected completion in The airport consists of 2,686 acres. Average of 112 flights per day.

13 Mather Cargo Activity Forecast Air freight (x 1,000 tons) Aircraft operations Air carrier cargo4,6924,6435,3925,6425,6306,534 Air taxi/Commuter11,81711,06112,70213,10612,81115,100 General aviation54,19659,59362,95465,38066,00076,000 Military9,88610,64710,55215,66213,00013,000 TOTAL80,59185,94491,60099,79097,441110,634 Annual % change6.6%6.6%8.9%1.3%1.3% Base Range Historic PAL 1 PAL 2 Master Plan Forecast Sources: 2008 Sacramento Mather Airport Master Plan Forecast Update Sacramento County Airport System Statistics

14 Mather Airport Existing Conditions D-V Airport Reference Code (B-747) 2 Parallel Runways (700 feet apart) 22L/4R – 11,300 feet x 150 feet 22L – ILS CAT I, MALSR, VASI 4R – GPS, VOR, VASI Pavement Strength –160,000 lbs Single –280,000 lbs Dual –500,000 lbs Dual Tandem –In excess of 750,000 Lbs Double Dual Tandem 22R/4L – 6040 feet x 150 feet 22R/4L – VFR

15 Mather Airport Future Conditions D-V Airport Reference Code (B-747) 2 Parallel Runways (700 feet apart) 22L/4R – 11,300 feet x 150 feet 22L – ILS CAT III, RVR, ALSAF, VASI, TDZ, CL, HIRL 4R – GPS, VOR, VASI Pavement Strength –160,000 lbs Single –280,000 lbs Dual –500,000 lbs Dual Tandem –In excess of 750,000 lbs Double Dual Tandem 22R/4L – extend to 7,200 feet x 150 feet 22R/4L – VFR

16 Mather Airport Development Plan

17 Executive Airport (SAC) Master Plan update is underway Public draft expected second quarter of Average of 176 flights per day. The airport consists of 520 acres. Three Runways RWY 2/20 - 5,530 x 150 2: ILS, MALSR 20: REIL, VASI RWY 12/30 - 3,836 x : REIL, VASI 30: REIL, VASI RWY 16/34 - 3,485 x /34: visual

18 Mather and Executive Airport - Economic Activity $225 million annually in business revenue generated by firms handling air freight and providing General Aviation services. $20 million annually in local purchases made by firms providing direct services to the two Airports. Airport activities at Mather and Executive create a personal income impact to direct, indirect, and induced labor of an estimated $51 million annually. Source: 2003 Sacramento County Airport System Economic Impact Report

19 Franklin Field (F72) Master Plan update is underway Public draft expected second quarter of Average of 99 flights per day. The airport consists of 514 acres. Two Runways RWY 16/36 – 3,240 x 60 visual RWY 9/27 – 3,120 x 60 visual No Fuel or FBO

20 Activity Trends International Passengers: 10,767,639 (2008 CYTD Nov -6.8%) 5 year trend: +27% 10 year trend: +55% Operations: 173,901 (2008 CYTD Nov -10.9%) 5 year trend: +10% 10 year trend: +4% Based Aircraft: 6 Mather Operations: 99,790 (2008 CYTD Nov -12.6%) 5 year trend: +17% 10 year trend: +44% Based Aircraft: 74 Executive Operations: 116,378 (2008 CYTD Nov -1.8%) 5 year trend: +7% 10 year trend: +4% Based Aircraft: 365 Franklin Field Operations: 36,000 5 year trend: +33% 10 year trend: +112% Based Aircraft: 12 Source: Sacramento County Airport System Statistics

21 The Big Build Sacramento International Airports New Terminal

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23 Terminal A remains as unit terminal with modifications Landside Terminal 19 Gate Airside Concourse Automated People Mover Two Level Structured Roadway B Parking Garage Pedestrian Bridges In-terminal Hotel Remote Receiving Facility LRT Connection Future Expansion Big Build Overview

24 Landside Terminal Building

25 BASEMENT Bag Handling ARRIVALS Bag Claim DEPARTURES Ticketing TRANSFER Concessions ADMIN Offices HOTEL Guest Rooms Landside Stacking Plan

26 Airside Stacking Plan Concourse Holdrooms/Concessions Ramp Airline Operations/FIS

27 Ticket Lobby

28 Ticket Lobby and Baggage Claim

29 Ticket Lobby View to the South

30 Terminal Building Transfer Level

31 Transfer Level APM Station

32 Airside Security Checkpoint

33 Airside Concourse Food Court

34 Airside Concourse And Hold Rooms

35 Passenger Concourse

36 Early-On Projects Apron/parking/Taxiway TMP Phase I Landside Terminal Airside Concourse APM System TMP Phase II Terminal A Modifications TMP Phase III Parking Garage B Pedestrian Bridge Other Projects Hotel/RCRF/PSB Soft Cost Contingency $73.98M $659.91M $26.54M $123.68M $63.99M $180.19M $142.22M TMP Program Total $1.270B Site / Roadways Aircraft Paving Building Systems Program Budget

37 Program Schedule

38 Program Schedule (Estimated) Design Development DBC Selection Final Design / Documentation 1 Start Construction Terminal Opens Garage B Opens 1 Assumes Fast-track Delivery Method August 2007 May 2008 December 2008 June 2008 Late 2011 Early 2014 Program Schedule

39 Walkthrough Video

40 For The Latest News

41 Thank you Questions… Comments…


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