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  • 1. "The Role of Local Governments in PromotingEconomic Development through Airports:the Atlanta case" Myrna M. White, Director Marketing and Stakeholder EngagementHartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport January 24, 2013IV INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR OF AIRPORT CITIES

2. Agenda ATL Overview Stakeholders Economic Impact International Terminal Your Questions 3. Airport overview 4. Airport OverviewAirport Structure Hartsfield-Jackson is owned andoperated by the City of Atlanta Airport GM reports to COO/Mayor ofthe City of Atlanta City of AtlantaMayor Kasim Reed Atlanta City Council approval process Stand-alone enterprise fund Receives no city or state taxpayerAviation General ManagerfundingLouis Miller 5. Airport OverviewCity of Atlanta Organizational ChartJudicialMayorCity CouncilAgencies Court OperationsChief OperatingChief FinancialChief of StaffCity AttorneyPublic Defender OfficerOfficerSolicitor Planning &AviationCommunity Finance Law DevelopmentCorrectionsProcurement Atlanta CitizensFire & RescueReview Board Police ServicesServicesEthics OfficeHuman Public WorksResources Internal Information WatershedAuditors OfficeTechnology ManagementParks, Recreation &Cultural Affairs5 6. Airport OverviewDepartment of Aviation Organizational ChartAviation General DIT DHR Manager Director ofDirector ofMarketing &Internal Audit HumanStakeholder ManagerResourcesEngagementAviation Deputy Aviation Deputy General Manager,General Manager,Planning &Chief Financial OfficerOperationsAssistant Assistant AssistantAssistantAssistantAviation General GeneralGeneralGeneral GeneralInformation ProcurementManager Manager ManagerManagerManagerSystems Manager Planning &Operations & Public SafetyCommercialAccountingDirectorDevelopmentMaintenance & SecurityDevelopment& Finance 7. Airport OverviewHartsfield-Jackson at a Glance More than 920,000 total flightsper year 250,000 average dailypassengers Nonstop flights to 156 U.S. cities Nearly 80 international cities in50 countries 5.6 million-square-foot terminalcomplex 4,700-acre campus with cargo,maintenance and supportfacilities 8. Airport OverviewPassenger Traffic20082009 2010201190.0 million88.0 million 89.3 million92.4 million 2011 was the busiest year ever for passenger traffic, up 3.53%from 2010 International passenger traffic increased nearly 8% to 9.85million in 2011 Operations down in 2011 by 2.75% to 923,996 We are on track to report a record-breaking 95.5 millionpassengers in 2012 9. Airport Stakeholders 10. Airport StakeholdersAirport Environs 11. Airport StakeholdersLocal Jurisdictions Clayton County Fulton County City of College Park City of East Point City of Hapeville City of Forest Park City of Riverdale City of Atlanta 12. Airport StakeholdersThe Airport Community Non-airline City andtenantsAirlinesCounty AgenciesEconomic TSA Development Agencies Airport TourismUsersAgenciesHartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport CitizensBusinessCommunity Local PlanningRegulatory Agencies AgenciesRegionalPlanning NeighborhoodElected AssociationsAgenciesOfficials 13. Airport Stakeholders Relationships with Primary Federal Agencies Federal Aviation Administration FAA Airport District Office (ADO): provides the day-to-day coordination between the FAAand individual airports FAA Southern Region (ASO): manages airport planning, environmental, compliance,design, and safety programs within the region ATL ATCT: Responsible for control of aircraft on the airfield, and for arrival and departureclearance Atlanta TRACON (A80): Responsible for the management and control of air traffic AtlantaTerminal Airspace Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Transportation Security Administration (TSA): protects the nations transportationsystems (baggage and passenger screening, cargo screening) Customs and Border Protection (CBP): protect the borders from unlawful entry byterrorists and enforces immigrations and drug laws Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services (APHIS): regulates the import and export ofanimals, animal products, and biologicals 14. Economic Impact 15. Economic ImpactRegional Overview Atlanta has always been a transportation hub. The Southeastern U.S. is home to severalindustries, including agriculture production,pharmaceutical plants, and automobilemanufacturing The Airport allows businesses to move theirgoods and services anywhere in the world in atimely manner 16. Economic ImpactFortune 500 Companies in GeorgiaState Fortune 500RevenuesCompany CityRankRanking($ millions)1 Home Depot30Atlanta67,997.02 United Parcel Service 48Atlanta49,545.03 Coca-Cola 70Atlanta35,119.04 Delta Air Lines 88Atlanta31,755.05 Aflac125Columbus 20,732.06 Southern Company 147Atlanta17,456.07 Genuine Parts215Atlanta11,207.68 First Data 236Atlanta10,380.49 SunTrust Banks 244Atlanta10,071.710AGCO 340Duluth 6,896.611Coca-Cola Enterprises347Atlanta6,714.012Newell Rubbermaid397Atlanta5,759.213Mohawk Industries427Calhoun5,319.114NCR469Duluth 4,819.0 17. Economic ImpactAtlanta, GA: World-Class Business Center 40% of U.S.Manufacturing andDistribution is within500 miles of Atlanta 18. Economic ImpactExamples of Recent Growth Companies citing airport as #1reason for relocating to Atlanta Porsche has broken ground on itsNorth American HQ adjacent toAirport Reliance Worldwide Corporationhas announced plans to relocate itsHQ from Australia Health Lean Logistics hasannounced plans to relocate its HQfrom Spain 200+ combined jobs 19. Economic ImpactEconomic Impact Study $32.6 billion directregional economicGrowth of on-airport jobsimpact 58500 58000 57500 Provides 58,000 jobs 57000on site56500 56000 55500 Responsible for $1655000billion in personal 54500 54000income 53500 200120052009 20. Economic ImpactHartsfield-Jackson Creates Jobs Airport VisitorRelatedJobsGenerated Industry Jobs Total JobsDirect58,056169,500 10,300237,800Indirect33,20028,200 8,40069,800Induced 59,00055,00012,700126,800Total150,300252,700 31,400434,400 Source: 2009 Airport Economic Impact Study 21. Economic ImpactEmployment Geography S. Fulton 15.5% Clayton9.7% DeKalb 9.6% Henry9.1% Fayette8.2% Cobb 7.7% Coweta 7.4% N. Fulton6.0% Gwinnett 3.4% Douglas2.3% Cherokee 1.1% Other GA 8.5% Other US11.5% 22. International Terminal 23. International TerminalBackground Part of 2000 master plan Opened May 16, 2012 Construction began summer 2008 Planning, design & constructioncreated 3,000 jobs Approximately 1,500 direct andindirect jobs needed to operateand maintain new facility. 13 million internationalpassengers forecast by 2015 24. International TerminalFacts and Figures Part of 2000 master plan Cost: $1.4 billion 1.2 million square feet 12-gate concourse Connects to Concourse Ecreating 40-gate internationaltravel complex 25. International TerminalFeatures and Benefits Separate levels for arrivals and departures Eight security checkpoint lanes for international departing passengers Five security recheck lanes for domestic connecting passengers New Customs and Border Protection facility Two parking structures with more than 3,500 parking spaces More than 20 shopping and dining locations Reduced demand on existing Airport facilities, including The Plane Train,baggage handling systems and security checkpoints Increased Airport gate capacity Dedicated terminal for international travelers Elimination of baggage recheck process for Atlanta-bound internationaltravelers! 26. International TerminalSignage Project Replacement of 15 Existing SignStructures Reuse 58 Existing Structures New Supplemental Roadside Signs at 27 Locations Total New Panels 113 at 100LocationsI-75/85 Connector sign plan 27. International TerminalA Look Inside 28. International TerminalA Look Inside 29. International TerminalA Look Inside 30. International TerminalA Look Inside 31. International TerminalA Look Inside 32. Your Questions