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budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

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2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports Authorityprovisions of the Airline Agreement. Under the terms of this Airline Agreement, transfers areapplied as credits in the calculation of signatory airline rates for rentals, fees, and charges forthe next year. Transfers are the signatory airlines’ share of net remaining revenue for eachyear.OPERATING REVENUES FOR THE DULLES CORRIDOR — Revenues for the DullesCorridor Enterprise Fund are generated by ETC, cash tolls, violations fee collections,concessions, and other income associated with this project.OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) PROGRAM — The O&M Program provides forthe day-to-day operation and maintenance of the Airports, including those functionsperformed by the Consolidated Functions staff for both Airports. The O&M Program includesoperating expenses and debt service.OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) AVIATION RESERVE — The two-month cashreserve for operation and maintenance expenses required by the Master Indenture.OPERATING EXPENSES — The collective term for expenses associated with personnelcompensation and benefits, other personnel expenses, travel, internal audit, lease and rentalpayments, utilities, telecommunications, services, supplies, materials, fuels, insurance andrisk management, noncapital equipment, noncapital facility projects, and capital facilityprojects.ORIGINATION AND DESTINATION (O&D) PASSENGER — A passenger who is beginningor ending air travel at a particular airport, as compared to a connecting passenger who istransferring from one flight to another en route to a final destination.OTHER POST EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS (OPEB) — The GASB Statements No. 43 and 45address the identification and disclosure of the liability and funding status of post-retirementbenefits, other than pensions. The OPEB’s are earned during working years and should bepart of the current cost of providing public services. The OPEB liability will be actuariallydetermined and funded similar to pensions.PARKING GARAGE A — A three and one-half level public parking facility at ReaganNational with approximately 2,000 parking spaces, Parking Garage A is the principal parkingfacility for Terminal A. It is also used by the rental car operators. A pedestrian tunnel wasconstructed between Parking Garage A and Terminal A to provide passengers with safe andconvenient access between the two facilities. This facility is currently undergoing anexpansion.PARKING GARAGE B/C — A four and one-half level public parking facility at ReaganNational with approximately 4,400 spaces, Parking Garage B and C is the principal parkingfacility for Terminal B and C. Pedestrian bridges connect Parking Garage B and C to bothTerminal B and C and the Metro Station. This facility is currently undergoing an expansion.PASSENGER CONVEYANCES — The Dulles International Mobile Lounges/Plane-Mates orother ground transportation devices, including any underground people mover system302

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports Authorityprovided by the Airports Authority, for the movement of passengers between and amongterminals, concourses, and aircraft at Dulles International.PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGES (PFCs) — The Aviation Safety and Capacity ExpansionAct of 1990, enacted November 5, 1990, and amended in February 2001, enables airports toimpose a PFC of $1, $2, $3, $4 or $4.50 on enplaning passengers. PFCs can be used forany projects determined by the FAA to be eligible, primarily those projects that are eligible forAirport Improvement Program grants. The Airports Authority began collecting PFCs inNovember 1993 at Reagan National and January 1994 at Dulles International. In February2001, the Airports Authority received FAA approval to increase PFC collection authority from$3.00 to $4.50 on each qualified enplaning passenger. PFCs collected by the AirportsAuthority replace federal entitlement grants received in an amount equal to 75 percent of thetotal federal entitlement grant to which each Airport is entitled.PENSION LIABILITY — Under the provisions of the transfer legislation, the Airports Authoritywas required to pay to the U.S. Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund (1) the actualadded costs incurred by the Fund due to discontinued service retirements and (2) theestimated future unfunded liability of employees who transferred to the Airports Authority andremained under the U.S. Civil Service Retirement System. Series 1988C and Series 1988DBonds issued for $24,505,000 were used to pay the pension liability. For cost recoverypurposes, this amount was recovered through debt service. These bonds were retiredOctober 1, 1998.PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT PARTNERSHIP (PMP) PROGRAM — The AirportsAuthority’s method of managing employee performance. PMP promotes group and individualgoals, communication between supervisors and employees.PERIMETER RULE — U.S. DOT regulation which generally limits non-stop flights at ReaganNational to a radius of 1,250 statue miles.PERMIT AND OPERATING AGREEMENT — The Dulles Toll Road Permit and OperatingAgreement in its entirety between the Airports Authority and the Department as of December29, 2006.PLANE-MATE — A second generation passenger conveyance vehicle used to supplementthe Mobile Lounge fleet at Dulles International. Plane-Mates are also used at several otherairports throughout the world and have a passenger capacity of 150, with 94 seated.Designed for the newer wide-bodied jets, the body of the Plane-Mate elevates on electricallydriven ball screw jacks to connect with terminals, concourses, and aircraft. A total of 24Plane-Mates operate at Dulles International.PREMISES — Areas of the Airports leased by airlines pursuant to the Airline Agreement.PRIOR YEAR ENCUMBRANCES — See “Encumbrances.”303

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