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1 Presented to: Orange County Business Council Infrastructure Committee Presented by: Alan L. Murphy Airport Director May 14, 2013

2 John Wayne Airport Owned and operated by the County of Orange 503-acre parcel located in central Orange County Thomas F. Riley Terminal 20 loading bridge gates & two commuter holdrooms Nearly 720,000 square feet of terminal space on three levels Two runways 19R-1L (5,700 feet) services commercial air carriers 19L-1R (2,887 feet) accommodates general aviation

3 Southern California Airports JWA is one of six airports serving Southern Californias 82.7mm annual travelers AIRPORT % Total Passengers John Wayne 10.3% LAX 55.7% San Diego 20.3% Ontario 5.1% Burbank 4.9% Long Beach 3.7% Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, 2012 total passengers 3

4 Nonstop Passenger Service 4

5 Historical Passenger Levels

6 John Wayne Airport Settlement Agreement Background Signators County of Orange City of Newport Beach Airport Working Group (AWG) Stop Polluting Our Newport (SPON) Original Agreement ( ) Limited average daily departures (ADDs) Limited service to 8.4 million annual passengers (MAP) Limited terminal size, loading bridges, parking spaces, etc Amendment (2003 – 2015) Increased the number of Class A ADDs to 85 Increased MAP to 10.8 Increased permitted loading bridges to 20 Removed limitations on terminal size and parking spaces Proposed Amendment (2015 – 2030)

7 John Wayne Airport Settlement Agreement Operational Parameters Term Class A Average Daily Departures (ADDs) Million Annual Passengers (MAP) Loading Bridges Curfew

8 John Wayne Airport Settlement Agreement Alternatives Proposed Project Proposed by City of Newport Beach, AWG and SPON Alternative A Based on FAAs Terminal Area Forecast (January 2013) Alternative B Based on input from JWAs commercial air carriers Alternative C Based on physical capacity of JWAs airfield No Project

9 John Wayne Airport Settlement Agreement Alternatives Class ALoading TermMAPADD * Bridges Proposed Project no limit or no limit Alternative A no limit no limit Alternative B no limit no limit Alternative C no limit no limit Note:all alternatives propose that the existing curfew is extended through December 31, 2035 * Passenger service only

10 John Wayne Airport Settlement Agreement Draft Environmental Impact Report Schedule ActionSchedule RFQs issuedMay 2013 Consultant contracts awardedSeptember 2013 Notice of Preparation issuedOctober 2013 Draft EIR issuedJanuary 2014 Consideration by Board of SupervisorsApril/May and

11 John Wayne Airport Settlement Agreement Process Summary Memorandum of Understanding California Environmental Quality Act Review Airport Noise and Capacity Act Review (FAA) Consideration of EIR (Board of Supervisors) Execution of Settlement Agreement Amendment (signators) U.S. District Court stipulation

12 Air Service Task Force Tourism + Business + Airport Small, representative, agile Research-based Results-oriented Initial Focus on: Washington D.C. Reagan Dulles Baltimore 12

13 Air Service Task Force Orange County Visitors Association Jay Burress President and CEO Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau Gary Sherwin Chairman Orange County Visitors Association Orange County Business Council Laura de Soto Senior Vice President, Sales and Strategy Experian Tom Knox Vice President, Managed Markets & Government Affairs Allergan RJ Mayer Vice Chairman The Robert Mayer Corporation Julie Miller-Phipps Senior Vice President & Executive Director Kaiser Permanente of Orange County John Wayne Airport Alan Murphy Airport Director 13

14 Airport Improvement Program Funding Sources: General Airport Revenue Bonds$209.3 Internal Airport Revenue Passenger Facility Charge 33.1 Grants 49.8 Subordinate Debt 43.7 Other 19.5 TOTAL$543.1 Terminal C, Parking Structure C, Central Utility Plant Economic Impact: –$1.2 Billion total economic benefit –6,670 jobs

15 Airport Improvement Program Phase II Terminals A and B Improvements Parking Structure C (Phase 2) Maintenance Building Airfield Perimeter Road Campus Drive/Bristol Street turn lane

16 Federal Passenger Processing Programs Global Entry (CBP) Allows expedited clearance for pre-approved, low-risk travelers upon arrival in the United States All applicants undergo a rigorous background check and interview before enrollment PreCheck (TSA) Allows select frequent flyers of participating airlines and members of CBP Trusted Traveler programs (Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI) to receive expedited screening (Alaska, American, Delta, United, US Airways) Screening benefits include: leaving on shoes, light outerwear and belts, as well as leaving laptops and compliant liquids in carry-on bags


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