Collin County Regional Airport

Collin County Regional Airport ATTAC Briefing April 20, 2009 by Kenneth Wiegand, A.A.E. Executive Director McKinney Airport Development Corporation ...
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Collin County Regional Airport ATTAC Briefing April 20, 2009 by Kenneth Wiegand, A.A.E. Executive Director McKinney Airport Development Corporation

We Serve Private Aviation

Collin County Regional Airport „

Owned by the City of McKinney.

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General Aviation Airport focused on Business Aviation

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Serves the regional community – Knows no boundaries.

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Generates ad valorem taxes.

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106,000 annual operations.

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Open 24/7

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Managed under contract with the City by the McKinney Airport Development Corporation

McKinney Airport Development Corporation „

Created by City Council October 16, 2008 to manage and develop Collin County Regional Airport.

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Incorporated by the State November 27, 2008 pursuant to Texas Transportation Code and Texas Non-profit Corporation Act.

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Seven members appointed by Council.

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Completing a 5-year Strategic Plan „

Mission Statement: Develop the premier general aviation airport in the D/FW Metroplex with commercial service goals.

Ad Valorem Tax Generated by Collin County Regional Airport Partial 2008 Tax Revenue Generation Collin County Regional Airport CCAD Partial Tax Assessment Based on a BPP only Tax Value of $119,882,846

City of McKinney MISD Collin County CCCCD Grand Total

(.005855) = (.01517) = (.00245) = (.00086493) =

$ 701,914 $1,818,623 $ 293,713 $ 103,690 $2,917,940

Capital Improvement Program 4

Replacement Runway ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

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Meet federal safety design standards Support current and future operations 7,400 feet expandable to 8,900 feet Address storm water requirements

Replacement Air Traffic Control Tower ƒ ƒ ƒ

Meet site requirements Meet building code Expand and modernize air traffic management technology

Replacement Runway Status To enhance airport safety and prepare for future operations.

Funding Identified

Work Accomplished 9 Environmental Assessment

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Grants= Airport= Total=

$44 $12 $56 million

complete. 9 Land Acquired; more needed. 9 Design complete summer 2009

Assuming grants are allocated on time -4 Construction start July - August 2009 4 Project completion goal December 2012

2009 Construction

The Road – “Chalk Talk” Major intersection

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500’ Exte nsion

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1,000

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Replacement Tower „ „ „ „

Modern, well-equipped Original estimated cost $3 million Latest estimate $3.73 million Funding identified: „ $1.5 million TxDOT „

$1 million Local Bonds

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$1.23 million maximum shortfall $244,000 minimum shortfall

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Thank you!

Forecasting Status Report Air Transportation Technical Advisory Committee April 20, 2009

Airport Allocation Model

SubRegional Allocation Model

Regional Allocation Model

Forecasting Process Flow Chart 1 Data/Historical Trends 1

Baseline Forecasts 2

Scenarios/Alt. Futures 2

Regional Control Total 2

Sub-Regional and County Influences 2

Airport-Specific Forecasts 1.

ATTAC approval received on September 22, 2008.

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Additional intervals at which ATTAC endorsement will be sought FY 2009.

Forecasting Schedule April 25, 2008

Forecasting White Paper #1

May 23, 2008

ATTAC Workshop

June 20, 2008

ATTAC Information Item

Sept. 22, 2008

ATTAC Action to Accept Process and Data Sets

Nov. 19, 2008

Internal NCTCOG Workshop

Nov. 2008 – Jan. 2009

Based aircraft data updates

Jan. 26, 2009

Forecasting White Paper #2

March 26,2009

ATTAC Workshop

April 9, 2009

ATTAC Teleconference

T.B.D.

ATTAC Action to Accept Model Components

Forecast Model: Four Elements General Aviation Scenarios Sub-regions “Black box” details

Vertical Flight National vs. Regional Flight Hours by type Based helicopter data Registered helicopter data

Airport Community Value Vertical Flight Community Value

Model Structure Online Regional Aviation Data Management System (ORADMS) Current 5010 TAF Data

Trends

Forecasting Model (“Black Box”)

Airport/Vertical Flight Community Value

Scenarios/ Surveys

Alternative Forecasts

Outputs

Alternative Development Plans & Analysis

Recommended System Plan

Forecast Model – Input Data Sources Data

Source

Date

1. Based Aircraft 2. Based Jets 3. GA Operations

Federal Aviation Administration’s 5010 Data Records

May 2009

1. Population 2. Employment

North Central Texas Council of Governments

April 2009

1. Employment 2. Per Capita Person Income

Woods and Poole

2007

1. U.S. Active Aircraft 2. U.S. Active Jets 3. National Helicopter Hours Flown

FAA Aerospace Forecast for FY 2008-2025

2009

1. Registered Aircraft 2. Registered Jets 3. Registered Helicopters

International Air CD

1996-2001

Avantext, Inc.

2002-2008

Input from Workshops: 5010 Data „

Data Updated by Local Airports (early 2009) „

Originally a 34% decline in regional aircraft

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Now a 6% decline

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Additional Data Corrections to be Analyzed (May 2009)

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Exploring surrogate measures for non-surveyed airports (Summer / Fall 2009)

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Aircraft categorization level of detail

Input from Workshops: Multinomial Analysis „

Need to further explore correlation between various data sets and overall trends

Regional Registered Aircraft Forecasts 22,500

9.  Multi‐Average 8.  High/Low Average

20,000

Need to ensure model is

N u m b e r o f R e g is t e r e d A ir c r a f t

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7.  Linear Trend 6.  Exp. Smoothing

17,500

5.  PCPI 4.  Employment

15,000

regionally-robust

3.  Population 2.  Dynamic

12,500

1.  Constant

10,000

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Need to review model’s long-

7,500 2008

2010

2015

2020 Year

term usability (format, data input functions, et cetera)

2025

2030

Input from Workshops: Long-Term Scheduling „

Need to coordinate with annual population and employment updates at NCTCOG Executive Board level

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Possible use for airport capital planning and budgeting

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Need to update schedule of forecasting deliverables

Forecasting Schedule April 25, 2008

Forecasting White Paper #1

May 23, 2008

ATTAC Workshop

June 20, 2008

ATTAC Information Item

Sept. 22, 2008

ATTAC Action to Accept Process and Data Sets

Nov. 19, 2008

Internal NCTCOG Workshop

Nov. 2008 – Jan. 2009

Based aircraft data updates

Jan. 26, 2009

Forecasting White Paper #2

March 26,2009

ATTAC Workshop

April 9, 2009

ATTAC Teleconference

T.B.D.

ATTAC Action to Accept Model Components

North Central Central Texas Texas Council Council of of Governments Governments North

Transportation for Super Bowl XLV Transportation Needs Four Major Transportation Markets: Aviation To/From the Region Airports to Hotels Weekday Event Travel Super Bowl Sunday

1

North Central Texas Airport Use Preference Survey Results Air Transportation Technical Advisory Committee April 20, 2009

Background Goal to provide insight into importance of characteristics and amenities of GA airports and heliports in the region. Information being considered in development of forecast model. Surveys mailed January 2009. Area was divided into 5 regions for distribution.

Survey Instrument Focus Respondents ranked 19 characteristics of general aviation airports. Survey focused on three groups: „ Aircraft Owners „ Helicopter Owners „ Itinerant Pilots

Main preference areas included: „ Airport Facilities „ Airport Accessibility „ Pricing of Services

Regional FBO’s Surveyed FBO Name

Airport

FBO Name

Airport

Encore

Addison

Texas Jet

Fort Worth Meacham International

Million Air Dallas

Addison

Harrison Aviation

Fort Worth Spinks

Harrison Aviation

Arlington Municipal

City of Gainesville

Gainesville Municipal

Bourland Field

Bourland Field

Aviator Air Center

Grand Prairie Municipal

City of Grand Prairie

Grand Prairie Municipal

Bridgeport Municipal

Bridgeport Municipal City of Granbury

Granbury Municipal

Corsicana Aviation Services

Corsicana Municipal City of Hillsboro

Hillsboro Municipal

Cleburne Aviation Services

Cleburne Municipal

City of Lancaster

Lancaster

Cutter Aviation

Collin County Regional

Greenville Aviation

Majors

Ambassador Aviation

Dallas Executive

City of Mesquite

Mesquite Metro

Cutter Aviation

Dallas Executive

Southern Star Aviation

Mid-Way Regional

Jet Center of Dallas

Dallas Executive

Air-1 Flight Support

North Texas Regional

Decatur Jet Center

Decatur Municipal

Lake Texoma Jet Center

North Texas Regional

Business Air

Denton Municipal

Marcair

Northwest Regional

Northwest Regional

Northwest Regional

Hamock Aviation Services

Ennis Municipal Parker County

Parker County

Possum Kingdom

Possum Kingdom

Rockwall Aviation

Rockwall Municipal

Terrell Aviation

Terrell Municipal

Alliance Aviation Services

Fort Worth Alliance

Phazar Flight Support

Fort Worth Meacham International

Sandpiper Aviation

Fort Worth Meacham International

Based Aircraft Survey Results

FBO’s received surveys for transient pilots Deadline for surveys was February 6, 2009 $500 Gift Card random drawing for respondents

Aircraft Owners Received  Helicopter Owners Received  FBO Surveys Received  Total Total Sent

610 16 29 655 6100

Return Rate 11%

Based Aircraft Survey Results 1 to 5 (5 being most important) Most important: „ cost of hangar rental „ availability of enclosed hangar space „ fuel prices Least important: „ proximity of the airport to the pilot’s work „ existence of ATCT „ jet fuel availability

Based Aircraft Survey Winner John Garrison Subregion 5 Aircraft - Osprey 2 Amphibious Airport - Parker County Use - Recreational Will have photo taken and short write up in the upcoming newsletter in May.

Source: Osprey Aircraft

Thank You Michael Mallonee Transportation Planner (817) 704-2513 [email protected]

Performance Measures and Transportation 2009 State of the Region

Air Transportation Technical Advisory Committee April 20, 2009

Performance Measures Utilized to monitor the region’s transportation system. NCTCOG staff monitors items such as: … … … …

Average Daily Operations at Commercial Airports Tons of Air Cargo Moved Enplaned Air Passengers Airspace Capacity at Commercial Airports

Average Daily Operations at Commercial Airports (2008) Average Daily Operations

A verag e D aily O p eratio n s

3,000 2,500 2,000 DFW Airport

1,500

Love Field

1,000 500 0 1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Year

Data Source: DFW Airport, Dallas Love Field

2007

2008

Tons of Air Cargo Moved (2008)

1,200

800 DFW Airport Alliance Airport

600

400

200

0 19 95 19 96 19 97 19 98 19 99 20 00 20 01 20 02 20 03 20 04 20 05 20 06 20 07 20 08

Thousands of US Tons

1,000

Year

Data Source: DFW Airport, Fort Worth Alliance Airport, March 2009

Enplaned Air Passengers (2008)

70,000,000 60,000,000

Total Passengers

50,000,000 40,000,000 DFW Airport Love Field

30,000,000 20,000,000 10,000,000 0 1995

1996

1997

1998 1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005 2006

Year

Data Source: DFW Airport, Dallas Love Field

2007

2008

Airspace Capacity at Commercial Airports (2008) 4000

3,600

3000 2000 1,798 918

1000

599 0 DFWIA Average Number of Daily Flights

Dallas Love Field Total Daily Capacity (under IFR conditions)

Data Source: DFW Airport, Dallas Love Field

Recommended Additional Performance Measures Annual Aircraft Operations Air Carrier Commuter Total Air Carrier Air Taxi & Commuter Itinerant General Aviation Military Total General Aviation Local Military Total Total Operations Total Instrument Operations

Enplanements

Source: FAA Terminal Area Forecast

Based Aircraft by Type Aircraft Types Jet Single Engine Multi Engine Helicopter Glider Ultralight Other Total Source: FAA Terminal Area Forecast

Recommended Additional Performance Measures „

Number of Towered Airports

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Total Runway Length by Type

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Existing Economic Impact

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Existing Community Value

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System Plan Designation

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Area Within 60 Minute Travel Time Contours for Reliever Airports

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Annual Aviation Funding from TxDOT

Transportation 2009 State of the Region State of the Region is an annual report on the region’s transportation system. Report Includes: • Performance measures (safety, aviation, air quality, congestion, etc.) • Mobility Planning (long range multimodal planning for the region) • Public Outreach • Growth and Development Offers insight into how North Central Texas is dealing with the byproducts of growth. Provides project updates and information on the efforts to coordinate transportation services.

Air Cargo Update

Air Transportation Technical Advisory Committee April 20, 2009

UPS and FedEx Route Map

UPS Southwest Regional Air Hub (DFW) ƒ

323,000 square foot facility

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Ramp Size: 18 acres with 17 aircraft parking

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Fleet: B747, B757, B767

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Averages 24 daily flights

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Serves: Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, portions of Illinois, California, Nevada, Tennessee, and Georgia

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95 employees

FedEx Air Hub (AFW) „

600,000 square foot facility

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Open 24/7 365 days a year

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Averages 650 flights per month

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Sorts 100,000 packages per day

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Serves 18 US markets

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800 employees

Air Transportation Technical Advisory Committee Upcoming Meeting Dates (2009)

April 20* (Today) June 22 August 24 October 26 December 14 * * Non-standard meeting day due to holidays and other conflicts.

Recent and Upcoming Events of Interest March 26, 2009

Forecasting Workshop

April 2, 2009

Vertical Flight/Emergency Response Workshop

April 9, 2009

Forecasting Workshop – follow up teleconference

May 2009

North Texas Aviation Education Initiative: Stakeholders Meetings and Study Kick-Off

Summer 2009

Tentative Super Bowl Coordination as appropriate

September 2009

Annual Aviation Summit

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