Brief to “Future Projects” – April 2, 2014 Scott Clements, President & CEO Agenda ✈ Oil Sands Facts ✈ Review of Macro Air Transportation in the Oil Sands Region – Update ✈ General update on YMM ✈ Issues Oil Sands Facts ✈ 3rd Largest Oil Deposits in the World at a known 168 Billion Barrels ✈ Over 25 years the following economic projections are made: ✈ $2.1 Trillion added to the Canadian Economy ✈ $783 Billion in Royalties and Taxes ✈ Job growth from 90,000 today to 905,00 ✈ $117 Billion in supplies and services from outside Alberta Over 47 airports and airstrips in the RMWB Multi Stakeholder Air Transportation Services Study completed in 2013 Study has been well received by all stakeholders and action under way to address several key recommendations Action Report on AOSA Study ✈ An AOSA Regional Aviation Advisory Group has been formed in 2013 to act as a consultative body to co-ordinate and circulate information between airport operators, users, providers of aviation services and regulators – Group has met four times with actions in progress and excellent collaboration. The Group includes the right level of representation from OSDG, RMWB, GOA, FMAA, Transport Canada Nav Canada, Department of Defence, and Aviation Operators. ✈ The Group will focus on sharing information, plans, processes related to the conduct of safe and efficient air operations in the AOSA. All the recommendations in the AOSA Study will be examined. ✈ The Group will function by consensus in advising and making recommendations regarding safety and efficiency improvements in the AOSA Air Transportation context. FMAA General Update ✈ Governance ✈ Airport Team ✈ Tremendous Growth ✈ Major Project Update ✈ Opening Gala & Air Show 2014 ✈ Issues Vision Statement We are Canada’s Premier Regional Airport Fort McMurray Airport Authority Board of Directors • • • • • • • • • • Sheldon Schroeder (Chair) – Oil Sands Community Alliance – (VP, CNRL) Matt Cox – Oil Sands Community Alliance – (Shell Aviation & Logistics) Allan Kallal - RMWB –– (CFO, RMWB Public School Board) Trent Obrigewitsch – RMWB – (President, Universal Aviation) On a leave of absence until further notice Bernd Wehmeyer - RMWB – (Manager Airport Operations, Suncor) Vacant (Search underway) – FM Chamber of Commerce Mildred Ralph – FM Chamber of Commerce – (Business Development, Garda) Ken Balkwill – CUPE – (Retired CUPE Executive/LAPP Board) Cheryl Alexander - At Large – (Consultant/Business person) Murray Sigler – At Large – (President, Axia North America) Key Success Drivers 1. To Optimize the Customer Experience through a High Performing Airport Team Strategic Goals ---> Annual Corporate Objectives 5 Year Strategic Plan and 20 Master Plan 2. To Achieve Sustainable and Profitable Growth Strategic Goals ---> Annual Corporate Objectives 3. To Foster Effective Stakeholder Relationships Strategic Goals ---> Annual Corporate Objectives Annual Business Plan Management & Project Team ✈ President & CEO – Scott Clements ✈ Engineering – James Gunn (Genivar) ✈ VP Operations – Bill Werny ✈ Architects – Steve McFarlane (McFarlane - Biggar) ✈ VP Corporate Services/CFO – Marlene Kowalski ✈ Auditors – Deloitte Edmonton ✈ Strategic Advisor – Bill Newell ✈ Banker – RBC Fort McMurray ✈ Legal Counsel/Corporate Secretary – Ron Odynski (Ogilvie LLP) ✈ Long Term Lender – Alberta Capital Finance Authority (ACFA) ✈ Business Development – Jim Meyer (SNC Lavalin) ✈ Bond Ratings – Standard & Poors ✈ Project Management – Bruce Ferguson (Stantec) ✈ Civil Works Contractor – E-Construction ✈ Real Estate Management – Ken Williamson (Colliers) ✈ ATB Contractor – Ledcor Construction ✈ Operational Readiness and Airport Transition– Stantec/SNC Lavalin Organizational Development, Operational Readiness and Airport Transition Preparing for the new era ----YMM is in transition focused on having the right airport team in place to face the challenges of the new terminal • New VP Operations – Bill Werny • New VP Corporate Services/CFO – Marlene Kowalski • Building the full team for the new era through a comprehensive and facilitated process 2014: The Year of Significant Change • Transition to the new international airport terminal • Staffing up for the new terminal • Passenger traffic forecasted to be over and above 1.3 million • Comprehensive retail, food & beverage program in the new terminal • Major Air Service Announcement by WestJet – Las Vegas, Kelowna, Vancouver • Continued increase in capacity on existing destinations • Repurposing of North Terminal • Construction of Rental Car Quick Turnaround facility (QTA) and GSE Building • Other Real estate Opportunities 1,400,000 Rolling 12 Month Passenger Count ‐ 1,300,000 Growing at 11% for 2013 Grew by over 70% since 2010 1,200,000 1,206,767 1,216,077 1,100,000 2013 Actuals ‐ 25% 1,000,000 900,000 2012 Actuals ‐ 25% 800,000 2011 Actuals ‐ 8% 2010 Actuals ‐ 2% 700,000 Jan 600,000 Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Fort McMurray 24.8% Québec 9.9% Moncton 5.0% Saskatoon 4.7% Edmonton 4.6% St. John's 4.3% Calgary 4.3% Regina 3.5% Toronto (YYZ) 3.4% Victoira 3.3% Abbotsford 3.0% Overall 2.9% Kelowna 2.5% Vancouver 2.1% Thunder Bay 2.1% Montréal 2.0% London 2.0% Toronto (YTZ) 0.4% Halifax ‐0.6% Winnipeg Ottawa ‐1.8% ‐2.3% ‐5.0% 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0% Material Increase in Charters in 2012 and 2013 Charters parked at YMM YMM Growth Projections Actual Moderate (CAPP) Medium (AMC) Low High 1,600,000 High 1,400,000 Medium 1,200,000 Moderate 1,000,000 Low 800,000 600,000 400,000 200,000 0 1988 1991 1994 1997 2000 2003 2006 2009 2012 2015 2018 2021 Board assumed the “medium” line. Actual is above the “high” line 2024 2027 2030 YMM City Pairs – Towards Optimal Air Service • Red is existing/announced: Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary , Toronto, Red Deer, Fort Chipewyan, Puerto Vallarta, Denver, Kelowna, Las Vegas • Yellow is planned: Grande Prairie, Yellowknife, Saskatoon, Chicago, Halifax, Cancun International Operations – Now an Official Canadian Port of Entry Sunwing Arrives at YMM First International Passenger Inaugural daily Denver Flight to Denver Minister Woo-Paw speaking at Denver Site Depiction of New Terminal at YMM Over 1.2 million passengers are travelling through a terminal designed for 250,000 New Terminal and Area Current Terminal and Area Community is waiting for the new Terminal 67 Days To Go !!! Major Capital Project The right plan for the future Approximately 95% complete Funding in place from ACFA - large debt Project tracking within budget International Airport Operations in place 4 Star Hotel next to terminal is planned Scheduled to open June 9, 2014 New Terminal Building New Terminal Fast Facts 4 air bridges (more flights where passengers will no longer have to go outside to enter/exit a plane) 2 baggage belts, 1 is a swing International/Domestic Over 2,300 parking stalls 2 full service restaurants (1 pre security and 1 post security) 16 retail/food and beverage outlets Business Lounge Customer service desk – Joint with RMWB New Terminal Art Program ✈ Gabriel Wong, of Edmonton, will design a terrazzo medallion that will be incorporated into the floor of the main hall, at a central orientation point for both arriving and departing passengers. Project will be modified due to schedule issues. ✈ David Robinson, of Vancouver, will create a sculpture that will be suspended in the hold room in the north end of the terminal. ✈ Liz Ingram, of Edmonton, will create an image that will be incorporated into a glass partition wall at the south end of the hold rooms. ✈ Lucas Seaward, of Fort McMurray, will create original artwork for the walls of the airport’s board room and public observation deck. ✈ More art opportunities are under consideration, including the Gabriel Wong revision. New Terminal Art Program David Robinson, of Vancouver, will create a sculpture that will be suspended in the hold room in the north end of the terminal. New Terminal Art Program Liz Ingram, of Edmonton, will create an image that will be incorporated into a glass partition wall at the south end of the hold rooms. New Terminal Art Program Lucas Seaward, of Fort McMurray, will create original artwork for the walls of the airport’s board room and public observation deck. 4 Star Hotel connected to New Terminal • Letter of Intent signed • Planning in progress • Phase 1 is 214 Rooms • Projected opening in late 2016??? New Terminal Retail Concession Program Terminal Expansion Project – Earl’s Airside First ever Earl’s in an airport!!! New Terminal Retail Concession Program Terminal Expansion Project – October 2013 Terminal Expansion Project – October 2013 Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Arrivals Hall Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Arrivals Hall Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Arrivals Hall Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Retail and Food Court – Departures Level Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Departures Processing Area Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Arrivals Hall Rental Car Area Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Airside Secure Holdroom Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Third Level Public Observation Area Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Observation Area and Boardroom Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Baggage Screening Area Terminal Expansion Project – March 2014 New Terminal- Ramp Area – Bridge Training has commenced Highway 69 Interchange – October 2013 Highway 69 Interchange – Type 5c Crown Land Needed for Second Runway ✈ Master Plan designates a second parallel runway ✈ Much of this work will be on Crown Land adjacent to the YMM property ✈ Five year file history to acquire the Crown Land ✈ Most recent proposal is to do the sale in “public use” category ✈ DONE Runway Extension to 9000’ Emergency Cross Wind Runway Project Costs and Proposed Partnership Total Project Cost ‐ $258 Million Airport Authority (Buildings and Related Works) ‐ $ 158M ‐ Done Civil Works: Airport Authority ‐ $25M ‐ Done Civil Works: Regional Municipality ‐ $25M ‐ Done Civil Works: Alberta Government ‐ $25M ‐ Done (Land) Civil Works: Canadian Government ‐ $25M ‐ Request in Process Other Issues ✈ UDSR and the Alberta Oil Sands Lease ✈ Contract with the RMWB to do contract services for the Fort Chipewyan Airport ✈ Potential for taking on other Airport Management Services – YMM Inc ✈ North Terminal Operations (Current Terminal) ✈ Developments at the Railhead ✈ Taxi Service Issues ✈ Labour Issues Other Issues ✈ Real Estate Development – Existing and Planned ✈ Offsite Issues for 2014 – Sewage, Water, Gas, Power, Telecommunications, Access ✈ Tax Status for Airport Tenants in relation to UDSR Grand Opening Gala Featuring: Colonel Chris Hadfield as Master of Ceremonies Bachman + Turner providing musical entertainment Guest Chef’s preparing food based on YMM’s nonstop destinations Onwards and Upwards!
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