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Pacific Aviation Director’s Workshop Aviation Safety through International Leadershp March 13 – 15, 2012, Tumon, Guam Airport Update Charles H. Ada II, Executive Manager

Airport Update Charles H. Ada II, Executive Manager

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Pacific Aviation Director’s WorkshopAviation Safety through International Leadershp

March 13 – 15, 2012, Tumon, Guam

Airport UpdateCharles H. Ada II, Executive Manager

“Standard of Excellence “ in providing safe and reliable service and facilities to expand air service and economic growth for Guam.

Deliver improvements in safety and security, customer service, facilities and access infrastructure, economic

development, competitive positioning, community relations and governance and organization.

Vision, Mission & Objective

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Pacific Region - Globally Central

Nationwide Ranking of International Airports

NEW YORK, NY

MIAMI, FL

LOS ANGELES, CA

NEWARK, NJ

HONOLULU, HI

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

CHICAGO, IL

AGANA, GU

ATLANTA, GA

WASHINGTON, DC

0 2,000,000 4,000,000 6,000,000

4,158,463

3,283,292

2,675,773

1,535,101

1,453,974

1,372,575

1,149,368

907,859

856,390

788,495

Rank US Port

1 NEW YORK, NY

2 MIAMI, FL

3 LOS ANGELES, CA

4 NEWARK, NJ

5 HONOLULU, HI

6 SAN FRANCISCO, CA

7 CHICAGO, IL

8 AGANA, GU

9 ATLANTA, GA

10 WASHINGTON, DC

U.S. PORT OF ENTRY (ALL MODES) OF NON-U.S. RESIDENT ARRIVALS

Source: US Department of Commerce, ITA, Office of Travel & Tourism, Nov 2011

FY 2011 Airport Activity

Aerial View – A.B. Won Pat International Airport , Guam

Fiscal Year 2011 Airport Activity

FY'07 FY'08 FY'09 FY'10 FY'110

200000

400000

600000

800000

1000000

1200000

1400000

1600000

TransitOriginating

2.7M pax movements

1.43M enplanements

46,030 aircraft movements

Enplanements steady despite Japan Tsunami & Nuclear Reactor Issues

Passenger Enplanements

Source: GIAA Operations YTD Statistics FY 2011

In Progress and Planned

Capital Improvement Program

Airport ProjectsIn Progress Planned

Airport Master Plan GIS/ Electronic Layout Plan RWY 6L ILS Installation Storm Water EA Ramp Lights Hardening Underground Power

connections Major Structure Demolition Noise Mitigation Phase II (on

FAA hold)

RWY 6L/24R Rehabilitation Noise Mitigation – Phase III Storm Water Drainage

Improvements Air Cargo Apron Design New ARFF Facility Design ARFF Trucks Acquisition

Safety & Security Training Programs

Emergency Response Table Top Exercise Security Identification Display Area Self Inspection Program Training and

Certification Law Enforcement Training and Certification

◦Traffic and DUI Enforcement◦Seatbelt & Child Car Restraint Training

Facility Safety Audits AOA Driving Course and Licensing

Assess Terminal Capacity for Future Demand Focus on Safety through Education and Training Facilitate Passenger Processing Efficiency and Direct

Customer Service Increase collaboration with Federal and Local

Partners Manage Expenses Grow Revenue Promotional Outreach

FY 2012 Outlook

Thank You and

Si Yu’us Ma’ase!

Charles H. Ada IIExecutive Manager