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Virginia’s Aviation System For Virginia Chamber of Commerce Randall P Burdette Director Virginia Department of Aviation July 22, 2013. Economic Engines, Technology Magnets, Tourism Gateways. Virginia Airport System Economic Impact Study 2010 $28.8 Billion in Economic Activity

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Virginia’s

Aviation System

For

Virginia Chamber of Commerce

Randall P Burdette

Director

Virginia Department of Aviation

July 22, 2013

economic engines technology magnets tourism gateways
Economic Engines, Technology Magnets, Tourism Gateways
  • Virginia Airport System Economic Impact Study 2010
    • $28.8 Billion in Economic Activity
    • $11 Billion in Wages
    • 259,000 Jobs
  • Technology Magnets
    • Virginia Airports attract high technology businesses
  • Tourism Gateways
    • Over 8 million annual visitors through our airports
      • Visitor Spending $11.2 Billion annually
      • 23,000 daily visitors
faa 2013 forecast
FAA 2013 Forecast
  • US Airlines have returned to profitability.
    • 3rd year in a row
    • Forecast of sustainable profits
      • Capacity restraint key factor & service charges
      • International 4.2% Annual Growth through 2033 (+)
      • Domestic 1.9% Annual Growth through 2033 (-)
      • Total Cargo 4.6% Annual Growth through 2032 (-)
      • Enplanements expected to reach 1 Billion in 2027
        • (currently 770 Million)
  • The general aviation aircraft fleet will grow by 2033:
    • Business aviation growth at significantly faster rate
      • 3.5% in flight hours vs .5% for all other GA
    • 25,615 additional airplanes (from 220,760 to 246,375)

Aerospace Forecast 2013-2033

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WinchesterRegional

LeesburgMunicipal

Front RoyalWarren Co.

Washington Dulles

WashingtonNational

LurayCaverns

WarrentonFaquier

ManassasRegional

New Market

Hartwood Field

Culpeper Co.

BridgewaterAirpark

Stafford

Orange Co.

CharlottesvilleAlbemarle

Shenandoah ValleyRegional

Shannon

Gordonsville Municipal

TappahannockMunicipal

Northern Neck

Ingalls Field

Lake Anna

TangierIsland

Waynesboro-Eagles Nest

Louisa CountyFreeman Field

TappahannockEssex Co.

Rockbridge Co./Lexington

Hanover Co.

Middle Peninsula

Hummel Field

Richmond Int’l

Lynchburg Municipal

Accomack Co.

FarmvilleMunicipal

Roanoke Regional

Chesterfield Co.

Grundy Municipal

New London

Virginia Tech

New Kent Co.

NewGrundy

Falwell

New River Valley

Dinwiddie Co.

Lonesome Pine

Williamsburg Jamestown

Crewe Municipal

Smith Mtn Lake

Wakefield Municipal

Newport NewsWilliamsburg

Tazewell

Blackstone Municipal

Brookneal-Campbell Co.

Lee County

HamptonRoads

Virginia Highlands

Norfolk International

Rockymount/Franklin Co.

LawrencevilleBrunswick Co.

Lunenburg Co.

Mountain Empire

Chase City Municipal

Chesapeake Municipal

Twin County

New Lee County

William Tuck

Suffolk Municipal

Franklin Municipal

EmporiaMunicipal

Mecklenburg- Brunswick

Tri-CitiesRegional

Blue Ridge

MarksMunicipal

Danville Regional

Model Transportation System

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TRAVELERS

New RESERVATION System

ALL AIRPORTS

AIR TAXI

&

AIR CHARTER

www.virginiaairtaxi.com

small community airport access program scaap
Small Community Airport Access Program (SCAAP)
  • To Improve Safety and Access at GA Airports
  • Weather Reporting Information at every airport (AWOS III)
    • Altimeter Setting
    • Ceiling
    • Visibility
    • Winds
    • Recorded Information
  • Approach to every airport
    • Virginia 1st
    • Working for lower and additional runway ends
approaches to every runway
Approaches to Every Runway
  • Lowest possible approaches to every runway end
    • LPV provides near precision approach minimums
    • LP approaches to be used in obstacle-constrained environments
    • Increases access during IMC, increases safety, reduces diversions and related fuel consumption

Day Only 1000/3

LP

7

promote aviation awareness education
Promote Aviation Awareness & Education
  • Total Pilots in Virginia: 14,620
      • Down from over 19,000 in 2004
  • Work Force Development
    • Technology Identification
    • Aviation and Aerospace Professional Needs
      • Pilots, Engineers, Mechanics & Technicians
    • Match with Education System
  • Teaming with the Civil Air Patrol
    • Education
    • Youth Programs
2009 employer survey
2009 Employer Survey
  • 276 Virginia Aviation/Aerospace Employers Surveyed
  • 123 Responded for 45%
  • Two Top needs for employers
    • 83% looking for work experience/skills
    • 75% basic work ethic
  • Over 30% having problems now filling positions
    • Most difficult were Mechanics and Technicians
    • 59% of those having problems cited inadequate candidate pool
    • 53% cited lack of education
  • 30% have programs to develop/promote aviation professions
    • 90% of these programs are conducted in Virginia
    • 43% partnered with educational institutions
workforce analysis
Workforce Analysis

Boeing estimated a global need of 460,000 new commercial airline pilots, and 650,000 commercial airline maintenance technicians.

FAA Aerospace Forecast: estimated U.S. need for 12,595 air carrier pilots in U.S. over next 20 years.

The Virginia aviation and space industry is expected to need at least 12,283 new workers over the next 10 years.

10,399 workers will be needed to replace retirees

2,000 workers will be needed for industry expansion

aviation opportunities
Aviation Opportunities
  • Aviation/Aerospace Education
    • STEM Education Early
  • NextGen
    • Virginia Aviation & Aerospace Research Consortium
    • Partnering with VEDP and Deputy Sec of Technology
  • UAS
    • Test Range
    • Strategic Plan
  • BIO Fuels
    • Commercial Carriers
key to success
Key to Success

VAC

AngelFlight

VHA

VAB

FAA

NASA

Airport

Management

DOAV

VAChamber

EAA &

Young Eagles

Teamwork

Schools &

Universities

NASAO

  • VEDP

VDEM

JPDO/NGATS

Local

Governments

VSA

Community

Citizens

CAP

VABA

99s

VAF

Pilots

AOPA

NBAA

VAOC

The Flying Circus

Aviation Museums

economic engines
Economic Engines
  • Sea – Virginia Port Authority
  • Air – Dulles International
  • Space – Mid Atlantic Regional Spaceport
virginia department of aviation
Virginia Department of Aviation

In many cases, our airports are the first and

last impression of Virginia

Let’s make that impression count!

competitive analysis of virginia s aviation industry
Competitive Analysis of Virginia’s Aviation Industry

Methodology for Determining Key States:

findings
Findings

Virginia holds a competitive advantage in the percentage of public use airports with:

Flight Safety Infrastructure (WX, Approaches, Navaids, etc)

General Aviation Terminal Buildings

Paved Aircraft Aprons

Areas in which the opportunity exists to further develop infrastructure to better compete with key states:

Fueling facilities at all appropriate public use airports

Higher percentage of public use airports with 5,000 foot runways

Hangar facilities