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Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 2009 New Mexico Airport System Plan David C. Ploeger Jane M. Lucero Lee M. Truitt New Mexico Aviation Division.

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1 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, New Mexico Airport System Plan David C. Ploeger Jane M. Lucero Lee M. Truitt New Mexico Aviation Division

2 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 New Mexico Aviation Division Established in 1963 Division under the New Mexico Department of Transportation Encourage and advance aviation in New Mexico Provide a safe and effective aviation system for the State

3 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 New Mexico Aviation Division Coordinates and administers state and federal grants for improving the aviation infrastructure Provides planning and technical support in developing and maintaining the States airports and other elements of the aviation system Conducts pilot seminars dealing with safety issues Publishes the New Mexico Aeronautical Chart Perform regulatory and compliance inspections Responsible for the registration of all aircraft based in New Mexico and for the licensing of aircraft dealers.

4 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 New Mexico Aviation Division Work with 54 publically owned public-use airports (we do not provide funding to the ABQ Sunport) 3 privately owned public-use airports 4 public-use heliports

5 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, New Mexico Airport System Plan Assess the needs of the States Airport System Justifies funding for needed improvements System plan is not a programming document –Inclusion does not constitute a commitment of State or Federal Funding Previous System Plan was updated in Plan studied 53 airports (51 existing and two proposed airports)

6 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, System Plan Goals and Performance Measures Enhance Safety and Security –Runway Safety Area Compliance –Clear Runway Approach Paths –Perimeter Fencing –Visual Glide Slope Indicator –Wind Coverage –Adoption of Security Plans –Adoption of Emergency Response Plans

7 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, System Plan Goals and Performance Measures Preserve/Protect Investment in Airports –Current ALP –Current Master Plan –Noise Zoning –Height Restriction Zoning (Part 77) –Pavement Condition –Activity Accommodation

8 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, System Plan Goals and Performance Measures Accommodate Existing and Projected Aviation Demand –Facility/Service Objective Compliance –Runway length and Width –Pavement Strength –Instrument Approach –Weather Reporting

9 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, System Plan Goals and Performance Measures Support Economic Growth of the Community –24/7 Fuel –Jet Fuel –Support Fire Fighting Activities –Population served by business Class Airports –Industrial/Business Park –Rental Car –FBO

10 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 System Plan Study Process Inventory Forecasts Airport Classification Analysis System Analysis and Recommendations Economic Impact Analysis Capital Improvement Program

11 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Airport Classification System Primary Commercial Service Airport Non-Primary Commercial Service Airport Limited Commercial Service Airport Regional General Aviation Airport Community General Aviation Airport Low Activity General Aviation Airport

12 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Airport Classification System Taos Regional Airport (SKX) –Classified as a Regional General Aviation Airport –Serves primarily general aviation activity, with a focus on serving business activity including jet and multi-engine aircraft 13 out of 51 study airports are classified as Regional General Aviation Airports –Average number of sponsor employees is between 3 and 4

13 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Regional General Aviation Airport Minimum Objectives –ARC of C-II or greater –Runway length capable of landing 75% of large aircraft (aircraft over 12,500 lbs) at 60% useful load –Runway width = 100 –Runway Strength = 30,000 SWG –Taxiway = Partial Parallel –Instrument Approach = Non-Precision

14 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Regional General Aviation Airport Minimum Objectives (continued) –Visual Aids – Rotating beacon, Lighted Windcone, VGSI –Weather reporting – ASOS or AWOS –Services – Phones, Restroom, full service FBO, Av-Gas, Jet A, courtesy car, perimeter fencing, full service maintenance –Facilities – Terminal, public restroom, pilots lounge

15 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, System Plan Findings for SKX Install Perimeter Fencing Emergency Response Plan Update Master Plan Noise Zoning Height Restriction Zoning Additional Runway Length Additional Runway Width Pavement Strength Facility Compliance (Hangars)

16 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Short Term (0 to 5 years) NMASPUCIPTotal $14,510,000$7,672,137$22,182,137 Long Term (6 to 20 years) NMASPUCIPTotal $4,120,000$1,000,000$5,120,000 Total NMASPUCIPTotal $18,630,000$8,672,137$27,302,137

17 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, Economic Impact Last update in 2003 Process –First Round Includes direct and indirect impacts All first round impacts were identified through survey efforts –Second Round Primarily consist of induced impacts

18 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Direct Impacts (First Round) Benefits that are associated with companies or businesses located on airport –Airlines, concessionaires, rental car operators, flight schools, FBOs Includes the employment, payroll and output (economic activity) related to those businesses

19 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Indirect Impacts (First Round) Generally occur off airport Usually attributed to spending of visitors who arrive via an airport Spending by visitors supports jobs and payroll in industries such as hotels/motels, transportation, restaurants Construction related activity

20 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Induced Impacts (Second Round) Those benefits that are the result of recirculation of direct and indirect impacts within the economy Commonly referred to as the multiplier effect –An airport employee spends his/her salary on housing, food or services. That spending is circulated through the economy and leads to an increase in associated spending, payroll and employment in the community

21 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Economic Impact Total Economic Impacts Tenants Visitors (GA/CS) Construction Military Government Cargo Education Taxes Multiplier Effect First Round Impacts + Second Round Impacts = Total Impacts

22 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 SKX Economic Impact SKXStatewide Employment ,795 Payroll$4,801,800$1,286,420,600 Output$12,383,500$3,196,781,100

23 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 SKX Economic Impact Airport provides qualitative benefits to local community –Airport is used by numerous area businesses –During fire season, numerous fire fighting operations take place at the airport –Airport sees heavy use from business travelers, tourists, recreational fliers as well as the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) and the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)

24 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Airport Valuation What it would cost to build your airport today Examined improvements completed between 2005 and 2009 Critical facilities (runways, taxiways, aprons, hangars) were evaluated Land value was also estimated

25 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 SKX 2009 Valuation SKX estimated value (in 2008 dollars) is $8,955,000 8% increase from 2005

26 Town of Taos Council Meeting – November 9, 2010 Questions? New Mexico Aviation Division P.O. Box 9830 Albuquerque, NM


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