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AIR TRANSPORTATION UPDATEBOB PERTIERRA, VICE PRESIDENT SUPPLY CHAIN & ADVANCEDMANUFACTURING“Working to help the Metro Atlanta region grow and prosper for 153 years.”


1960 TO 2012


• World’s “most-traveled” airportbased on passenger volume– Passengers: 95.4 millionpassengers annually– Cargo: 646,481 metric tons• Within a 2-hour flight of 80% ofU.S. population• Direct flights to more than 160U.S. destinations and 70international destinationsGLOBAL GATEWAYSources: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International AirportMap courtesy of Georgia Power Community & Economic Development


H-JAIA ECONOMIC ENGINE OF SOUTHEASTTotal Impacts for the SE Region• Jobs –176,248• Wages - US$8.2 billion• Business Sales - US$16.4 billionImpact for Georgia• US$7 billion in goods sent through H-JAIA• 18,800 direct jobs, 62,000 total jobs• US$1.3 billion in direct wages, US$3.2 billion intotal wagesSource: 2009 Economic Impact Study


KIA - WEST POINT, GEORGIA• $1.5 billion investment• 3500 jobs for the state of Georgia• $4 billion economic impact on Georgia• 300,000 cars produced annually (2012)• 65% of import cargo on ASIANA destined for KIA“It’s more than important that KIA stay connected internationally;it’s essential.” KIA Management


ATLANTA AIR CARGO GROWTHATL Freight & Express Figures 1992-2012900,000800,000124% growth in internationalcargo since 1996 Olympics700,000Annual Tonnage (Metric Tons)600,000500,000400,000300,000200,000100,0000Calendar YearsTotal Domestic International


INTERNATIONAL AIR CARGO• World Air Cargo Award for Airport of the Year by Air Cargo Week, 2009, 2010 &2012 - the first U.S. airport award winner• 9 out of the top 10 global cargo airlines fly into ATL• 16 all cargo airlines• 24-hour operations with no landing slots & low landing feesMajor Cargo AirlinesSources: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport


TOP COMMODITIES1. Machinery Manufacturing2. Chemical Manufacturing3. Primary Metal Manufacturing4. Auto Parts5. Computer and Electronic Products6. Pharmaceuticals7. Medical Equipment8. Apparel


AIR CARGO TRENDS & ISSUES• Potential Sequester Impact• Strong uptick in Manufacturing• Aerospace and auto parts segmentsstrong and growing in the region• International cargo trending up• More cargo handling capacity onHJAIA• 2030 CDP in development

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