Seattle Airport Presentation - Inland Northwest Business Travel

Report
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Inland Northwest Business Travel Association
April 9, 2013
Spokane, Washington
Sea-Tac Airport Quick Facts
33.2 million passengers
309,000 operations
283,500 metric tons of cargo
Int’l passengers up 8.8% vs. 2011
Focus Issues
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Seattle added more international long-haul
services in the last several years than any
West Coast airport, and continues to grow
rapidly
Newly added services by Emirates and ANA in
2012 have shown immediate success.
Delta has established Seattle as its premier
West Coast international Gateway, with seven
intercontinental routes in Summer 2013.
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Seattle Market’s Strength
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Strong Growth in Asia
High Premium Traffic Ratio
Solid Connecting Traffic Network
West Coast Airport Comparison
Seattle shows the strongest growth among major West Coast
airports since the industry peak in 2000
Annual Total Passengers 2012
North American
Ranking
Airport
2012
Passengers
Change from
CY 2000
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Los Angeles
63,688,121
-5.4%
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San Francisco
44,322,561
+10.0%
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Seattle
33,223,111
+16.9%
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Vancouver
17,596,901
+9.8%
31
Portland
14,390,784
+5.2%
Sources: ACI-NA and Airport Data
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Seattle’s Nonstop Intercontinental Services
11 new intercontinental services have been added since 2007
Reykjavik
London (LHR)
Seattle
Beijing
Tokyo (NRT and HND)
Seoul
Shanghai
Frankfurt
Amsterdam
Paris
Osaka
Taipei
Dubai
Nonstop intercontinental service
New service to begin Summer 2013
Seattle’s Traffic is Growing
On-board Intercontinental Traffic Growth
2007-2012:
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36.4% increase in passengers on
scheduled Pacific services
54.0% increase in passengers on
scheduled Atlantic services
44.0% increase for all intercontinental
services
Source: Onboard passenger reports to the Port of Seattle by airlines.
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Passenger Traffic by Carrier
33,223,111 Total in 2012
50.5% Alaska Air Group
15.5% Star Alliance
12.0% SkyTeam
9.0% Southwest
4.9% oneworld
Delta & Delta
Connection
11.6%
Other SkyTeam
0.4%
United & United
Express 10.8%
Alaska Air Group
50.5%
US Airways 3.0%
Southwest 9.0%
Other 8.1%
Other Star
Alliance 1.7%
American Airlines
4.3%
Other oneworld
0.6%
Source: Port of Seattle, as reported by airlines.
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New International Service
Emirates: Dubai
March 2012
ANA: Tokyo/Narita
July 2012
Delta: Tokyo/Haneda
June 2013
Delta: Shanghai
June 2013
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Airport Developments: Realignment
Airline Realignment
- Reorganization following
numerous industry mergers
- United will undertake major shift
of gates/counters from North
Satellite to A Concourse
- Alaska flights consolidated in
newly renovated North Satellite
Ticket Counter Renovations
- United and Delta undertaking
major renovations to check-in
counters
- Increased efficiency and
simplified wayfinding for
passengers
- “Flow-through” counters for Delta
opening June 2013
- Enhanced customer experience 10
Airport Developments: North Star Project
Early Design Concept
Alaska Airlines
- Alaska Airlines will consolidate their operations in the North Satellite, simplifying
connections and wayfinding for passengers
- $230 million renovation will update the 40 year-old facility's infrastructure and
seismic standards
- Renovated concourse will include increased natural lighting, more open space,
charging stations, and expanded concessions
- Additional gates and taxiway improvements
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New Developments: Rental Car Facility
Consolidated Rental Car
Facility
- New 5-story, 2.1 million squarefoot facility opened in May 2012 to
house all airport-related rental car
operations
- LEED ® Silver certified
- Projected completed $20 million
under budget
- Can process 12,000-14,000 rental
cars on a peak day
- Clean, CNG-powered buses shuttle
passengers to terminal
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Airport Developments: Environmental
The Port of Seattle is committed to being the greenest, most energy-efficient
port in North America
Pre-conditioned (PC) Air
- Provides heated/cooled air to
aircraft while at gate
- Saves airlines approximately $15
million in fuel
- Reduces greenhouse gases by
40,000 tons
Electric Ground Support Equipment
- Conversion of airport ground support
vehicles to rechargeable, electric engines
- Saves $2.8 million in fuel per year
- Reduces greenhouse gases by 10,000 tons
per year
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Airport Developments: ‘Greener Skies’
More efficient flight procedures
- “Greener Skies” partnership between The
Boeing Company and Alaska Airlines to develop
new flight procedures in concert with the FAA
- Uses GPS guidance for more direct, efficient
descents that burn less fuel and reduce
emissions and noise
- When fully implemented, airlines will save $9
million annually and will reduce greenhouse gas
emissions by 30,000 tons
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Airport Developments: Music Initiative
Live Performances
- Local artists play live music throughout
the terminal, enhancing the passenger
experience and spotlighting the
Northwest’s musical culture
Artist Recordings
- The airport’s welcome, security, and
informational announcements have
been recorded by 32 well-known,
local artists.
- Artists as diverse as Quincy Jones,
Sir-Mix-a-Lot, and Macklemore
highlight the region’s significant
contributions to music
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Airport Developments: Concessions
2012 Concessions revenue: $180 million
- Locally-owned concessions continue to thrive at
Sea-Tac, with the opening of Beecher’s
Handmade Cheese and Caffé Vita joining a
number of other Seattle- and Northwest-based
establishments
- Anthony’s Homeport is the highest-grossing
airport concession in the United States
- The airport’s most-frequently requested
concession, McDonald’s, will open this spring
- International passengers can shop at one of
three duty-free shops throughout the terminal,
including newly renovated South Satellite
location
- Re-concept of all concessions by 2015
Fun Facts:
In 2012, Sea-Tac concessionaires sold 20,000 copies of 50 Shades of Gray…
as well as 10,000 Sleepless in Seattle nightshirts
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Airport Developments: Security / Technology
- Continued enhancements to the speed and
reliability of the airport’s free Wi-Fi
- Use of QR codes to provide easy access to
information
- Additional USB/electrical outlets throughout
the terminal
- TSA Pre✓ allows travelers to use
dedicated lanes for expedited
screening
- Global Entry allows international
passengers to bypass
customs/immigration queues
- Real-time checkpoint wait times
will soon allow passengers to
select the quickest route through
security
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What’s Ahead?
- European carriers continue to struggle with economic crises in the EU and
competition from Middle Eastern carriers for traffic to developing markets
- Seattle has continued opportunity for growth on existing and new international
routes
- Delta plans to begin nonstop service to London
- Increased frequency to London on British Airways
- Seattle’s largest domestic (Alaska) and international (Delta) carriers have the
highest profit margins of any U.S. airlines
- SEA must manage facilities and infrastructure to handle increased growth
Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Q3 2012 (most recent data available)
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Thank you

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