Presentation on theme: "EAA Presentation April 27, 2013. Vision Statement Manassas Regional Airport is the business and general aviation airport of choice for Northern Virginia."— Presentation transcript:
EAA Presentation April 27, 2013
Vision Statement Manassas Regional Airport is the business and general aviation airport of choice for Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Mission Statement Manassas Regional Airport provides modern facilities and excellent services for business and general aviation in Northern Virginia and the Washington, D.C. area. As a catalyst for our communitys economic vitality, Manassas Regional Airport achieves the highest levels of safety, customer satisfaction and fiscal responsibility.
Goal #1: Undertake activities to ensure Manassas Regional Airport remains a profitable enterprise with a positive economic impact. Goal #2: Position Manassas Regional Airport for long-term sustainability. Goal #3: Develop and maintain safe, modern capital facilities that incorporate the latest in aviation technology within available resources. Goal #4: Increase awareness of Manassas Regional Airport, both by prospective users of the Airport and the surrounding community. Goals
Airport Commission Date of First Appointment Dan Radtke, ChairJune 28, 1995 Charles. T. Lemmon, Jr., Vice-ChairJune 26, 2006 Gary A. Dehnel October 12, 2000 Juan G. CabreraJune 26, 2006 Richard H. SeraydarianJune 18, 2007 Bruce M. BlanchardJuly 1, 2008 Harry J. ClarkJuly 1, 2008 James L. Uzzle July 28, 2008 H. Richard ZuckerJuly 1, 2008 Howard GoodieFebruary 1, 2012 Prince William County Representatives
Organizational Chart Juan E. Rivera Airport Director Jolene Berry Senior Airport Operations Officer Laura Fitzgerald Administrative Associate Jeff Clayborn Airport Maintenance Supervisor Richard Allabaugh Airport Operations Officer Mark Rockwell Airport Maintenance Worker Doug McCauley Airport Maintenance Worker
Demographics/Statistics Ranked 6 th in total operations of all Airports in Virginia* (operations: defined as one takeoff or one landing) 423 Based Aircraft (as of January 1, 2013) Two Runways (6,200 feet & 3,700 feet) Runway 16L has precision approaches/all weather capable *FY 2012 (July-June)
Demographics/Statistics Designated as a Reliever Airport* Designated as a National Airport by new FAA standards Total acreage: 899 (137 acres in Prince William County) U.S. Customs and Boarder Protection Available (On-call) *An Airport designated by the FAA to provide alternative general aviation facilities to reduce congestion at commercial service airports. National Airports (84) are located in metropolitan areas near major business centers and support flying throughout the nation and world.
Demographics/Statistics 188 Public-use Tie-downs 76 City owned T-hangars 18 Executive/Corporate Hangars (10, ,000 sf) 235 Total Storage Hangars (non-corporate) Ranked 115th of 500 busiest GA Airports in the United States* *Source: FAA ATADS 07/2011-6/2012 Ranked by : Itinerant General Aviation IFR
Flight Schools Aircraft Upholstery Law Enforcement Hangars Rental Ramp Tie Downs Aviation Fuel Sales Aircraft Maintenance Aircraft Sales Weather Reporting by AWOS Avionics Sales & Repair Search and Rescue Airport Services Medical Transport Sightseeing and Tourism
Dulles Aviation APP Jet Center Aviation Adventures Aurora Flight Sciences AeroSolutions Sentinel Security Robinson Aviation Optical Air Data Systems Skyway Air Taxi American Aviation Services PHI Air Care Capital Instruments & Avionics Emerald Aviation Chantilly Air FlightWorks Rising Phoenix Aviation American Helicopters Bussmann Helicopter Delta Fox Leading Edge Aviation Executive Jet Management Hertz Rental Car Challenger Center Paragon Aviation Detailing 24 Airport Businesses
Rudys In-flight Catering Anderson Air Services (A&P Mechanic) Custom Aero Aviation (A&P Mechanic) Merones, LLC (Catering) Sharp Details (Aircraft Detailer) A3 Aircraft Services (Aircraft Repair) Air Cullinaire Worldwide (Catering) Businesses Located Off Airport
*Study Conducted by the Va. Dept. of Aviation. Released 2011 Public-use GA Airport contributed $728 million Airports Economic Impact 2011* JOBS1,056 PAYROLL (thousands)$69,873 ECONOMIC ACTIVITY (thousands)$234,610
Manassas$ Million Bridgewater Air Park $85.14 Million Leesburg $78.06 Million Hampton Roads $29.39 Million Hanover County $29.36 Million Winchester $22.53 Million Chesterfield County $21.80 Million Chesapeake Municipal $21.67 Million Stafford Regional $18.40 Million * Study Conducted by the Va. Dept. of Aviation. Released 2011 GA Airports Economic Impact 2011*
Introduction FY 12 Tax Generated from Airport to City *Source: Commissioner of the Revenue FY 2012* Real Estate Tax$638,434 All Other Tax$111,449 Total To City $749,883
Recent Accomplishments Attended the NBAAs Schedulers & Dispatcher's Conference to promote the Airport and improve business Completed design of Localizer Relocation Finished Design of Taxiway K Realignment & Taxiway B1 Extension Hosted 5K/10K Run with the Rotary Club that boasted 800 runners
Recent Accomplishments Concluded the SE Corporate Pad Site Development Developed an Airport Strategic Plan Successfully held an Airshow/Open House with MARBA that drew 9,000 Spectators Hosted an Airport Intern for the Summer Hired a Marketing Firm to develop a Marketing Plan
Future Challenges Federal and State Funding Environmental Regulations Security Unfunded mandates Incompatible Land Development Near the Airport Update Airport Master Plan Developing SE Corporate Pad Site Marketing the Airport