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1 GTL S.A. Katowice International Airport Monika Krzykawska

2 Katowice International Airport in Pyrzowice, is managed by Górnośląskie Towarzystwo Lotnicze (GTL). Company was established on 6th of March 1991 Company was established on 6th of March 1991 Company status: Joint-stock company Company status: Joint-stock company Structure of share capital: mixed Structure of share capital: mixed Main shareholders: The Śląskie Voivodeship 39,729% Węglokoks 40,298% 'Polish Airports State Enterprise 17,896% Communes in total 1,920% Others 0,157%

3 CATCHMENT AREA The Katowice International Airport in Pyrzowice serves the most industrialised region in Poland, one of the most urbanised areas of Europe. 11 million inhabitants are estimated to live within 100 km of Katowice. This is a larger catchment area than many airports in Europe.

4 * Data include only period from January to July 2007 TOTAL PASSENGER TRAFFIC 1994 – 2007

5 Edinburgh Dublin Shannon Athenes Barcelona – Girona Dortmund Frankfurt – Hahn Cologne Liverpool London – Luton London - Stansted Milan – Bergamo BelfastEindhoven Burgas Crete- Heraklion Bournemouth Malmo - Sturup Birmingham - Coventry Glasgow - Prestwick Brussels - Charleroi Cork Paris – Beauavis Oslo – Torp Stockholm – Skavsta Rome – Ciampino Doncaster – Sheffield te obecne London – Luton London - Stansted Milan – Bergamo Belfast Eindhoven Burgas Crete- Heraklion Bournemouth Malmo - Sturup Birmingham - Coventry Glasgow - Prestwick Brussels - Charleroi Cork Paris – Beauavis Oslo – Torp Stockholm – Skavsta Rome – Ciampino Doncaster – Sheffield te obecne Frankfurt Düsseldorf Warsaw Munich Turin REGULAR DESTINATIONS IN 2007 Bristol

6 CHARTER TRAFFIC 1996 – 2007 * Data include only period from January to July 2007

7 Katowice International Airport is promoting two marketing programmes : I fly from Katowice! (Latam z Katowic!) is a programme promoting departures from Katowice International Airport. The programm is dedicated to passengers, touroperators, travel agencies and airlines. In the last year 294 625 charter passengers participated in this programme. In 2007 we expect 400 000 of them. The promotion covers also regular flights. More information www.gtl.com.pl/lzk I fly to Katowice! (Latam do Katowic!) is a programme which promotes arrivals to Silesian Region by Katowice International Airport. GTL S.A. will be offering to foreign travellers a package deal and discounts for services in region

8 Year Total passenger traffic CargoMovements 2007 2 100 000 7 100 27 000 2008 2 600 000 7 600 31 000 2009 3 100 000 8 200 34 000 2010 3 500 000 9 000 37 000 2011 3 900 000 10 000 40 000 2012 4 300 000 11 000 42 000 2013 4 700 000 13 000 44 000 2014 5 100 000 14 000 46 000 2015 5 500 000 15 000 48 000 FORECASTED TRAFFIC 2007 – 2015

9 Katowice International Airport expanded the Passenger Terminal in the year 2007 due to the necessity of adaption to the Schengen requirements, … the Open Sky convention and rapid development of low – cost carriers activity. THE NEW PASSENGER TERMINAL

10 Terminal A Terminal B (July 2007) Terminal total floor area 7 600 sq. metres 13 700 sq. metres Max annual passenger capacity 1 610 000 1 977 000 Max passenger capacity per hour 525625 Number of check-in stands 1718 Car park 1095 spaces for cars, 16 spaces for bus, 350 spaces for emplyees PASSENGER TERMINALS PASSENGER TERMINALS

11 The development factors of Katowice International Airport have been identified in the following areas: good microclimate conditions,good microclimate conditions, location at the crossing of air corridors,location at the crossing of air corridors, convenient location as far as quick traffic connections to other regions of the country are concerned,convenient location as far as quick traffic connections to other regions of the country are concerned, location with regard to existing railway network,location with regard to existing railway network, possibility of a strong increase in cargo traffic,possibility of a strong increase in cargo traffic, existing infrastructure of the airport and accessibility of terrain for extensionexisting infrastructure of the airport and accessibility of terrain for extension construction of the highways A1 and A4,construction of the highways A1 and A4, construction of the Transit Route Katowice-Gliwice,construction of the Transit Route Katowice-Gliwice, modernizing the regional and national road systems. modernizing the regional and national road systems. DEVELOPMENT FACTORS

12 aprons development stage I: planning completion date 2007 (14 000m2) aprons development stage I: planning completion date 2007 (14 000m2) multilevel parking: planning completion date 2009multilevel parking: planning completion date 2009 aprons development stage II: planning completion date 2010 (127 000m2) aprons development stage II: planning completion date 2010 (127 000m2) parking: planning completion date 2011 parking: planning completion date 2011 new runway: planning completion 2012 new runway: planning completion 2012 terminal Cargo: planning completion date 2012 terminal Cargo: planning completion date 2012 passenger terminal C: planning completion date 2012 passenger terminal C: planning completion date 2012 KATOWICE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PLANNING INVESTMENTS

13 Planned capital expenditure in MPL Katowice with a division into sources of financing (in the financing period 2007 – 2013, in thousands of PLN) Total investment cost: 787 300.00 thousand PLN Possible sources of financing: own funds, including: own funds, including: net profit with amortisation, net profit with amortisation, an increase in basic capital, an increase in basic capital, issue of bonds, issue of bonds, commercial credits commercial credits foreign funds in the form of subsidies, including: foreign funds in the form of subsidies, including: European Union funds as part of the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment, European Union funds as part of the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment, purpose reserve of the state budget for the year of 2007, purpose reserve of the state budget for the year of 2007, EuropeanUnion fundsmeant for the development of trans- European transport network (TEN-T budget) European Union funds meant for the development of trans- European transport network (TEN-T budget)

14 KATOWICE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ADVANTAGES FOR THE SILESIAN REGION On the basis of the study of prof. Marek Rekowski, Academy of Economics Poznań One milion passengers (workload units) generates about 3000 work places, 50% of them are around the airport.One milion passengers (workload units) generates about 3000 work places, 50% of them are around the airport. Airports contribute to the creation of 1.4 – 2.5 % GDP, depending on the country.Airports contribute to the creation of 1.4 – 2.5 % GDP, depending on the country. The access to air services is one of the three main factors which have an influence on decisions concerning the localisation of the investment in the region.The access to air services is one of the three main factors which have an influence on decisions concerning the localisation of the investment in the region. As much as 1/3 of the global trade is carried out by means of air transport.As much as 1/3 of the global trade is carried out by means of air transport. Airports and air services have a decisive influence on tourism development.Airports and air services have a decisive influence on tourism development.

15 In modern Europe, regions, similarly to enterprises carrying out activities under market economy conditions, are placed in a strongly competitive environment. Regions have to compete with each other for capital inflow, enhanced accessibility for tourists, increased life standards, development of infrastructure or lowered unemployment. In practical terms, there has been no case ever of a successful region without a well-functioning airport. Research shows that up to 30% of entrepreneurs performing their activities in regions that have an airport at their disposal point to satisfactory air connections as the decisive factor for the selection of investment location. Therefore, it is not a coincidence that the Katowice Special Economic Zone may take advantage of the highest capital level attracted among all the zones of this type established in Poland. KATOWICE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ADVANTAGES FOR THE SILESIA REGION

16 Górnośląskie Towarzystwo Lotnicze S.A. Katowice International Airport ul. Wolności 90 Pyrzowice, 42-625 POLAND Tel. + 48 32 39 27 202 Fax. + 48 32 39 27 376 E-mail: marketing@gtl.com.pl www.katowice-airport. com www.katowice-airport. com THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION CONTACT

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