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Comparison of 2011 & 2012 Operating Revenues ................................................................................. 55Concession Revenues – 2011 & 2012 ................................................................................................... 56Revenues – 2010 Actuals to 2011 & 2012 Budget ................................................................................. 57Financial Trends Chart ........................................................................................................................... 582012 Bond Debt Service ........................................................................................................................ 60Comparison of 2010 Actual to 2011 & 2012 Budget ............................................................................... 612011 Statement of Operations by Airport ............................................................................................... 622012 Statement of Operations by Airport ............................................................................................... 63Comparison of 2011 & 2012 Operating Expenses (the Airports Authority) ............................................. 66Comparison of 2011 & 2012 Operating Expenses (Consolidated Functions) ......................................... 67Comparison of 2011 & 2012 Operating Expenses (Reagan National) ................................................... 68Comparison of 2011 & 2012 Operating Expenses (Dulles International) ............................................... 692011 Operation and Maintenance Program by Organization .................................................................. 702012 Operation and Maintenance Program by Organization .................................................................. 71Operation and Maintenance Program (Actual to Budget) ....................................................................... 72Consolidated Functions Operating Expenses ......................................................................................... 73Reagan National Operating Expenses ................................................................................................... 74Debt Service – Reagan National ............................................................................................................ 75Dulles International Operating Expenses ............................................................................................... 76Debt Service – Dulles International ........................................................................................................ 772012 Operating Expenses by Organization ............................................................................................ 782012 Operating Expenses for Consolidated Functions ........................................................................... 792012 Operating Expenses for Reagan National ..................................................................................... 812012 Operating Expenses for Dulles International ................................................................................. 822012 Operating Expenses for Public Safety ........................................................................................... 83Budget by Cost Centers.......................................................................................................................... 85Funding Contribution for Metrorail Project .............................................................................................. 1892012 Dulles Corridor Operating Revenues and Interest Income ............................................................ 1912012 Dulles Corridor Operation and Maintenance Program ................................................................... 191Statement of Operations – Dulles Toll Road .......................................................................................... 192Dulles Toll Road Operating Expenses .................................................................................................... 193Dulles Corridor Renewal and Replacement Program – New Authorization ............................................ 1952012 Capital Improvement Program – New Authorization ...................................................................... 2032012 Operating Expenses Cost Allocation Tables.................................................................................. 225Carrier Shares of Total Enplaned Passengers ....................................................................................... 256Air Trade Area Map ................................................................................................................................ 257Population Chart ..................................................................................................................................... 258History of Reagan National & Dulles International Enplaned Passengers .............................................. 262Activity Indicators Charts (Enplanements, Landed Weights, Aircraft Operations, Cargo) ...................... 263Debt ProgramInsurance ................................................................................................................................................ 275Variable Rate Program ........................................................................................................................... 275Swap Agreements .................................................................................................................................. 277Debt Service Coverage........................................................................................................................... 277Summary of Outstanding Aviation Bonds ............................................................................................... 278Summary of Bonded Debt Service ......................................................................................................... 279Long-Term Debt Scheduled – Airport Revenue Bonds ........................................................................... 280Summary Description of Dulles Toll Road Transactions ......................................................................... 282Annual Debt Service Requirements ........................................................................................................ 284Summary of Outstanding Dulles Toll Road Bonds.................................................................................. 285Long-Term Debt Scheduled – Dulles Toll Road Revenue Bonds ........................................................... 286Summary of Bonded Debt Service – Dulles Toll Road 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December 1, 2011Mr. Charles D. SnellingChairman, Board of DirectorsMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityDear Mr. Snelling:The recommended 2012 Budget for the Metropolitan Washington AirportsAuthority (Airports Authority) for the period January 1 through December 31, 2012, isherewith presented to the Board of Directors (Board). The 2012 Budget includes annualbudgets for both the Aviation Enterprise Fund and the Dulles Corridor Enterprise Fund.The Aviation Enterprise Fund accounts for aviation activity and the Dulles CorridorEnterprise Fund accounts for the activities related to the Dulles Corridor MetrorailProject (Project) and the operations, maintenance, and improvements of the Dulles TollRoad (Toll Road) and the Dulles Corridor.The 2012 Budget for the Aviation Enterprise Fund represents the AirportsAuthority’s program for operating Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (ReaganNational) and Washington Dulles International Airport (Dulles International) in a safeand secure manner, to maintain and improve our airport infrastructure, and to maintainour customer service standards while still minimizing the increase to airline rates andcharges.The 2012 Budget for the Aviation Enterprise Fund includes the operations of theAirports, Consolidated Functions, and Public Safety. The 2012 Budget was preparedafter review of airline activity levels, concession revenue forecasts, the impact ofincreases in operating expenses on landing fees and rental rates, airline cost perenplanement, the airport consultant report assumptions, current program functionsrequirements and the impact of new programs, safety and security protocols, the annualBusiness Plan, and the economic outlook of the region and the airline industry.The 2012 Budget for the Dulles Corridor Enterprise Fund includes the Dulles TollRoad operations, Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Metrorail Project, and other DullesCorridor and Dulles Toll Road improvements. The Dulles Corridor Enterprise FundBudget was prepared after review of expected toll collections, operating expenses, andcapital requirements. All operations related to the Dulles Toll Road are performed byAirports Authority employees, including Public Safety, or by contracts administered byAirports Authority employees.

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