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1 Prepared for: Ohio Department of Transportation Office of Aviation Prepared by: April 11, 2006 R.D. Zande CCI

2 Study Elements Economic Impact Study State Airport System Plan General Aviation Security Study

3 What does your airport mean to your Community?

4 ……depends on who you ask! A source of high paying jobs Reliable transportation An economic catalyst OR We have an airport? Noise, pollution, drain on local resources

5 Aviation in the US is a $1 trillion industry! GA - $77 billion - 685,500 jobs CS - $933 billion – 9.3 million jobs

6 ODOT asked this question for Ohio Followed an FAA-approved methodology Collected Real data from each airport Updated 1994 information Provides each airport with usable information to Get the Word Out

7 Economic Impact Study Process Direct impacts – On-airport Indirect impacts – Visitors Multiplier impacts Health, welfare, & safety

8 OHIO AIRPORTS CREATE: Economic Impact- Ohios System Air Carrier Airports General Aviation Airports All System Airports Total Employment 125,50017,350142,800 Total Payroll$2.7 billion$0.5 billion$3.2 billion Total Economic Impact $8.8 billion$1.7 billion$10.5 billion Impact in $7.4 billion ( 42% increase)

9 Business Location Factors Highway access Available labor supply Tax incentives Air carrier airport (4 th ) Proximity to suppliers General aviation airport (8 th )

10 Ohios Airport System 105 Airports 7,200 based aircraft 4.0 million GA operations 585,000 CS operations 11.2 million passengers at 6. commercial service airports

11 Study Goals/Process Last System Plan was 1995 Data collection Determine airport roles Project future activity Assess Coverage –Geographic –Population –Market area overlaps

12 Study Goals/Process Identify facility needs System recommendations Estimate costs

13 Forecasts – Ohio Population Source: Ohio Department of Development, Office of Strategic Research

14 Forecasts – Based Aircraft Source: WSA

15 Forecasts – Operations Source: WSA

16 Airport Roles Airport RoleRunway Length Air CarrierMore than 6,500 Advanced Service5,000 to 6,499 Intermediate Service4,000 to 4,999 General Service3,200 to 3,999 Basic Service1,800 to 3,199

17 Air Carrier Airport Coverage

18 System Coverage

19 > 5,000 Runway Coverage

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21 Ohios Ability to Serve VLJs In general, Ohios airports are well suited to serve VLJ Relatively low acquisition/operating costs 4 to 6 seat jet aircraft 93 airports - > 3,500 rwy 66 airports offer Jet A 90% airports offer instrument approach

22 System Costs vs. Benefits $117 million in capital projects needed to meet GA airports existing system facility objectives Local planning needs not included General aviation creates impacts of $1.7 billion annually Federal funding for GA is approximately $31 million annually

23 Conclusions Ohio State Airport System gives more than it gets! $10.5 billion in economic impact Airport system provides outstanding coverage Moderate growth is forecast $117 million in investments are needed to enhance existing system

24 Questions?


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