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budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityAIRPORT ACTIVITY FORECASTSRonald Reagan Washington National AirportReagan National was opened for service in 1941. It is located on approximately 860 acresalong the Potomac River in Arlington County, Virginia, approximately three miles fromWashington, D.C. It has three interconnected terminals, three runways and 44 air carriergates. As of the end of September 2011, Reagan National was served by 28 airlines, 10major/national, 2 foreign flags, 15 regional, and 1 all cargo. US Airways is the largest carrierin terms of numbers of flights and enplanements. US Airways and its code-share affiliatesenplaned 40.8 percent of total passengers in 2010.As of the end of September 2011, nonstop service was provided from Reagan National to 71destinations, including 67 cities nationwide as well as international destinations such asMontreal, Ottawa and Toronto in Canada. In 2010, approximately 82 percent ofenplanements at Reagan National were origin and destination (O&D) passengers, and trafficin Reagan National’s top 15 domestic O&D city markets represented 51.9 percent of its totaldomestic O&D passengers. Reagan National’s three largest domestic O&D markets in 2010were New York, Atlanta, and Chicago.Reagan National serves primarily short-and medium-haul markets, as a result of U.S.Department of Transportation (USDOT) regulations. Reagan National is controlled by theHigh Density Rule and one of two airports controlled by a Perimeter Rule, which generallylimits non-stop flights at Reagan National to a radius of 1,250 statue miles. The High DensityRule imposes limits on the number of flights scheduled at Reagan National through theassignment of hourly operating slots. All slots are assigned by the FAA. Air carriers arerequired to use each slot a significant percent of the time or the slots may be withdrawn bythe FAA.From time to time the USDOT pursuant to legislation has made available a limited number ofadditional slots at Reagan National. Since 2000, a total of 44 additional slot exemptions havebeen granted at Reagan National, bringing the total number of daily slots at the Airport to912. A slot is an authorization from the FAA for a single takeoff or landing. The AIR-21legislation created 24 new slots in 2000, 12 of which were allocated beyond the perimeterand 12 within the perimeter. In 2003, under Vision 100 legislation, the Department ofTransportation (DOT) granted an additional 20 slot exemptions, comprising 12 beyondperimeterslots and 8 within-perimeter slots. As of September 2011, different versions of anFAA reauthorization bill had been passed by the House of Representatives and the U.S.Senate. Both versions of the bill contain provisions for additional beyond-perimeters slots –10 in the House and 24 in the Senate.General aviation activity had been excluded at Reagan National since September 11, 2001,but as of October 2006, general aviation activity is permitted with strict security requirements.260

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityWashington Dulles International AirportDulles International was opened for service in 1962. It is located on approximately 11,830acres (exclusive of the Access Highway) in Fairfax and Loudoun Counties, Virginia,approximately 26 miles west of Washington, D.C. In addition to a main terminal, it has fourconcourses (A, B, C, and D), four runways and approximately 123 aircraft gates. As ofSeptember 2011, Dulles International was served by 53 airlines, including 9 major/nationalairlines, 19 regional/commuter airlines, 22 foreign flag carriers and three all-cargo carriers.United maintains a major domestic hub and international gateway operation at DullesInternational. United and its regional code-share affiliates enplaned 64.9 percent ofpassengers in 2010.As of September 2011, nonstop service was provided from Dulles International to 80 citiesnationwide and to 46 international nonstop destinations. In 2010, 73.0 percent of passengersenplaned at Dulles International flying on domestic itineraries and an estimated 59.4 percentwere O&D passengers and 40.6 percent were connecting passengers. In 2010, traffic inDulles International’s top 15 domestic O&D markets represented 65.1 percent of its totaldomestic O&D passengers, and its three largest domestic O&D markets were Los Angeles,San Francisco and Boston.Dulles International serves long, medium and short-haul markets. Dulles International is notconstrained by perimeter restrictions as is Reagan National, with numerous long-haulmarkets being served with nonstop flights.261

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