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2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityREGIONAL AIRLINE — An airline with gross operating revenues during any calendar year ofless than $100 million that operates aircraft with a capacity of more than [60] seats. See also“Commuter Airline,” “Major Airline,” and “National Airline.”RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT FUND – Moneys that the Airports Authority shall annuallybudget and, at a minimum but no less than annually, that shall be available exclusively forfunding the Renewal and Replacement Program for the Toll Road and which shall budgetedin consideration of, among other factors, the amounts necessary to be expended to meet theperformance standards set forth in the Dulles Toll Road Permit and Operating Agreement,dated December 29, 2006, as between the Virginia Department of Transportation and theAirports Authority.RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (R&R) — A program to be developed by andfunded with Toll Road Revenues to address major maintenance needs and expenditures,including, but not limited to, overlays, bridge deck replacements, erosion and drainagecontrol, and similar projects not normally encompassed in routine maintenance activities.REVENUES — See “Operating Revenues.”SECURITY FEES — Fees paid by the Transportation Security Administration to the AirportsAuthority for its costs associated with FAA-required police coverage for passenger screeningat departure gates.SENIOR BONDS — Any bonds or other financing instrument or obligation issued pursuant tothe Master Indenture.SIGNATORY AIRLINE — A scheduled air carrier that has executed the Airline Agreementeffective during the period from January 1, 1990, through September 30, 2014.SOUTH DEVELOPMENT AREA — The South Development Area is an 85-acre complex inthe southwest corner of Reagan National. Included in the plan for the South DevelopmentArea are various airline/tenant support buildings, the airmail facility, remote public parkinglots, the new fuel farm, various maintenance and equipment storage buildings, and theindustrial waste treatment plant.STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS — The Airports Authority’s financial statements areprepared on the accrual basis in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles(GAAP). For budget purposes, however, the Statement of Operations has been modified toconform to the provisions of the Airline Agreement. Depreciation includes the annual amountcharged by the Airports Authority to recover its investment in capital equipment and capitalfacility projects acquired by the Airports Authority during the period from June 7, 1987,through September 30, 1989, and to recover its investment in COMIP projects funded fromrevenues. Capital equipment and capital facility projects acquired by the Airports Authorityafter October 1, 1989, are treated as operating expenses and are recovered in full in the yearpurchased. The bond financed CCP and the bond-financed pension liability are recoveredthrough debt service.304

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthoritySTRATEGIC INITIATIVES — Airports Authority-developed initiatives to guide offices insetting priorities and allocating resources.SUBORDINATE BONDS — The Airports Authority’s General Airport Subordinate RevenueBonds issued pursuant to the subordinated indenture dated March 1, 1988.TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM — See “Airport Communications System.”TERMINAL A — At Reagan National, refers to the historic Main Terminal.TERMINAL B and C — This terminal at Reagan National was built north of Terminal A and isserved by a new dual-level roadway. A number of facilities, including the old North Terminal,were demolished to make way for the new terminal. Terminal B and C have the capacity tohandle approximately two-thirds of the Airport’s passengers. The first 25 gates of theTerminal B and C were opened in July 1997 and the remaining 10 gates opened in August1998.TERMINAL RADAR APPROACH CONTROL (TRACON) — An FAA air traffic control facilityusing radar and air/ground communications to provide approach control services to aircraftarriving, departing, or transiting the airspace controlled by the facility.TIERS — Term for concourses at Dulles International prior to construction.TIFIA LOANS — The Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act of 1998(TIFIA), enacted as part of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21),established a new Federal program under which the U.S. Department of Transportation(USDOT) provides credit assistance to major surface transportation projects of national orregional significance. The TIFIA program provides Federal credit assistance to nationally orregionally significant surface transportation projects, including highway, transit, and rail.TOLL FACILITIES — The ETTM Facilities, Equipment and System andadministration/operations buildings, toll booths, canopies, utility connections, lighting facilities,pedestrian tunnels, etc. related to the manual toll collection system, including all manual tollcollection equipment and systems.TOLL REVENUE BONDS — The bond, notes or other financial obligations secured by TollRevenues outstanding from time to time under the Toll Road Financing Documents, includingobligation issued in connection with any TIFIA loans.TOLL REVENUES — All amounts received by or on behalf of the Airports Authority from tollsand other user fees applicable to vehicles for the privilege of traveling on the Toll Roadimposed pursuant to the Dulles Toll Road Permit and Operating Agreement, dated December29, 2006 between the Virginia Department of Transportation (the “Department”) and theAirports Authority or from proceeds of any concession or similar agreement as contemplatedby Section 18.01(b) of this Agreement, and with the exception of revenues and proceeds305

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