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  • 1. HALIFAX INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITYNovember 2012
  • 2. Disclaimer This presentation contains certain "forward-looking statements". These statements relate to future events or future performance and reflect managements expectations regarding the Authority’s growth, results of operations, performance, business prospects and opportunities and industry performance and trends. They reflect managements current internal projections, expectations or beliefs and are based on information currently available to management. Forward-looking statements are usually identified by words such as "may", "will", "should", "expect", "plan", “anticipate”, “believe”, “estimate”, "predict", "potential", "continue" or the negative of these terms or other comparable terminology. A number of factors could cause actual events or results to differ materially from the results discussed in the forward- looking statements. In evaluating these statements, prospective investors should specifically consider various factors affecting the level of aviation activity including, but not limited to, terrorist attacks, war, pandemics or other health-related travel restrictions, natural disasters and economic or industry conditions affecting the demand for air travel. Actual results may differ materially from any forward- looking statement. Although management believes that the forward-looking statements contained in this presentation are based upon reasonable assumptions, investors cannot be assured that actual results will be consistent with these forward-looking statements. 1
  • 3. Overview of HIAAHIAA:  Non-share capital corporation that operates, maintains and develops the Halifax Stanfield International Airport (“HSIA” or the “Airport”)The Airport:  In 2011, HSIA was the 7th busiest airport in Canada by passenger volume (~3.6MM)  Largest Canadian airport east of Montreal and primary hub for Atlantic Canada  Handles over 50% of passenger traffic and cargo tonnage in the Maritime region  Offers 24-hour operations without noise restrictions  Recent runway extension  40,000 sq. ft. multi-tenant cargo facility with 7,000 sq. ft. of climate-controlled spaceAwards:  Over the past 9 years, HIAA has received 28 international awards for its outstanding customer serviceGround Lease:  60-year ground lease with the Government of Canada (effective February 1, 2000), which is in the process of being extended for an additional 20 yearsFinancial:  Ability to set aeronautical charges and airport improvement fees (“AIF”) 2
  • 4. Overview of HIAA Passenger Volume ~3.6 million (Dec 31, 2011) Total Aircraft ~87,000 (Dec 31, 2011) Movements Passenger Air Carriers 18 Cargo Air Carriers 12 Terminal Building 67,862 square metres 3
  • 5. Overview of HIAA6 Strategic Priorities Safety, Security & Professional Excellence Environmental Excellence Optimize organizational Emphasize our leadership role success through personal in safety, security and development, recognition, environmental excellence. pride and best practices. Facilities & Service Improvements Great people creating the Air Service Growth Improve the infrastructure, best airport community Deliver passenger and services and processes air cargo growth. to enhance the airport in the world experience. Non-Aeronautical Culture of Superior Service Revenue Growth Strengthen our airport Accelerate revenue diversification community culture of through commercial development superior service. and concession growth. 4
  • 6. Overview of HIAA Airport Facilities  Located in the Halifax Regional Municipality  Situated on 940 hectares of land, approximately 40 km north of Halifax  1 terminal  2 main runways and 10 taxiways  Capacity for 225,000 takeoffs and landings annually  US Customs preclearance facility  Groundside and support facilities (including public parking, rental car agencies and air cargo facilities)  146 full time, 27 seasonal, and 4 term employees, as of December 31, 2011  In 2011, HIAA employees ratified a new collective agreement with its unionized staff (expires January 31, 2015)  24/7 operations with no noise restrictions5
  • 7. OperationsCatchment Area  Largest Canadian airport east of Montreal and primary hub for Atlantic Canada  Handles over 52% of passenger traffic in Atlantic Canada  Catchment area of 1.5 million includes Nova Scotia, PEI and most of New Brunswick  Serves as connection point for smaller airports in the region 6
  • 8. OperationsPassenger Activity (2011) 7th busiest airport in Canada by passenger volume Approximately 3.6 million passengers and 87,000 aircraft movements Primarily an origin and destination airport (approximately 72% of total traffic) Passenger traffic has increased 2.5% in 2011 versus 2010 3 yr CAGR = 2.6% 4,000 3,469 3,579 3,508 3,594 3,500 3,417 2011Total Passengers (000s) 3,000 International 9.1% 2,500 Transborder 11.4% 2,000 1,500 Domestic 79.5% 1,000 500 0 7 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 9. OperationsTop O&D Passenger Markets (2011) (approximate # of passengers, 000’s) Domestic  Scheduled and charter passenger destinations:Toronto 548 15 domesticOttawa 339 13 transborderSt. John’s 311Montreal 233 15 internationalCalgary 144 TransborderOrlando/Tampa 134New York 67Miami 54Boston 42Las Vegas 26 InternationalLondon, UK 48Cancun, Mexico 48Punta Cana, DR 44Varadero, Cuba 29Frankfurt, Germany 23 8
  • 10. OperationsPassenger Services – Air CarriersNOTE: The table outlines the top passenger air carriers for 2011 (by Landing/Terminal/Passenger Security Fees) Air Carrier Percentage Air Canada 37.6% WestJet 17.2% Air Canada Jazz 10.5% Porter 8.1% United (1) 6.3% US Airways 3.6% Air Georgian 2.6% Delta 1.8% American Airlines 1.5% Air Transat 1.4% CanJet 1.2% Others 8.2%(1) Includes Continental Airlines 9
  • 11. Airport Improvement Plan (AIP)Overview of Capital Plan Major Accomplishments (2000 – 2012)Updated and Expanded Air Terminal Building Expansion of international and domestic arrival areas and Airport Square US Preclearance Common Use Terminal Equipment  Since acquiring the IT Infrastructure Plan to upgrade and improve the corporate and operational systems Airport in 2000, HIAA Commencement of passenger processing and baggage system upgrades for both domestic/international and transborder check-in halls has been engaged in a multi-year AirportImproved Maintenance and Service Facilities Improvement Plan Combined Services Complex (replaced aging fire hall and maintenance facility) Infrastructure development for Multi Tenant Cargo Facility Commencement of a phased development of terminal access roads  HIAA invested approximately $400Improved Ground Transportation million in capital by Groundside redevelopment program including a new 2,300 space parkade Roads and services enhancements the end of 2011Airside Maintenance and Improvement Airfield Restoration Program Runway Extension in progress Snow Removal Equipment Fleet Replacement in progress Emergency Response Vehicle Replacement program in progress 10
  • 12. Cargo 11
  • 13. Cargo 12
  • 14. Cargo Cargo Volumes In/Out Halifax (kgs.) 30,000,000 29,000,000 28,000,000 27,000,000 26,000,000 25,000,000 2009 2010 2011 13
  • 15. Cargo - Nova Scotia Live Lobster Exports Worldwide – 2007-2011 (all modes)COUNTRY Canadian Dollars Quantity kgs. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007United States $200,619,176 $185,048,390 $218,472,486 $204,744,290 $223,499,136 16,990,023 15,492,739 15,638,527 14,470,393 13,359,327Belgium $20,539,079 $17,996,272 $17,791,648 $16,643,117 $20,248,694 1,191,847 1,126,017 1,110,924 965,272 1,077,572China $19,435,498 $6,796,382 $2,740,295 $1,366,362 $789,140 1,117,337 398,098 147,127 81,563 42,200South Korea $12,693,878 $10,769,954 $11,865,518 $11,220,313 $12,726,537 729,300 595,499 592,345 648,759 660,504Japan $11,991,215 $9,707,155 $7,376,460 $9,785,462 $14,620,989 735,779 584,743 377,251 524,972 807,452Hong Kong $9,868,860 $9,717,528 $6,629,420 $5,187,589 $5,208,985 549,565 545,140 418,562 281,078 281,683Netherlands $5,992,304 $6,772,336 $6,557,784 $7,021,811 $8,076,341 436,918 507,231 456,166 456,849 435,834United Kingdom $4,367,502 $3,625,756 $5,188,379 $4,492,009 $9,163,078 301,136 257,321 352,750 248,513 475,849France $3,724,733 $4,667,181 $4,955,299 $1,174,600 $1,741,244 212,232 247,377 242,488 55,491 87,208Germany $3,234,166 $1,639,170 $4,661,097 $9,363,342 $5,876,287 175,996 99,128 259,896 558,262 322,303Italy $1,778,183 $2,169,711 $3,729,659 $4,631,159 $5,010,629 110,156 124,387 207,936 264,438 270,830Taiwan $1,522,246 $649,395 $640,898 $680,614 $592,585 83,869 35,301 32,582 36,994 30,570Sweden $1,379,643 $1,200,749 $1,597,753 $1,488,968 $2,451,970 88,053 74,390 89,174 85,225 131,862United Arab Emirates $1,296,671 $1,326,895 $2,306,162 $1,208,335 $1,627,201 62,282 72,082 113,206 70,016 82,252Thailand $1,279,305 $919,705 $883,790 $490,904 $554,598 73,137 54,486 45,723 29,111 28,280 Approximately 17% air by value 14
  • 16. Cargo - Historical Factors that contribute to Route Viability  Cargo is trucked to the US to carriers destined for Europe at a volume of more than 80,000 kg per week.  In excess of 7,652 tonnes of live lobster is trucked to Logan Airport.  Another 902+ tonnes went to New York.  ABX Air/TNT Airways (up to 2X per week) and Asiana Airlines (1X per week) operated to Liege and Brussels/Seoul respectively.  FEDEX has grown and is 2nd only to Air Canada for volume handled at Halifax Stanfield.  Purolator and UPS are also increasing volumes by maximizing interline opportunities over Toronto with international carriers.  Cargojet, in addition to their domestic network have added weekly B767F Brussels and Cologne service. 15
  • 17. Cargo – Air Gateway 16
  • 18. Cargo – Lobster Exports Source: NS Fisheries and Agriculture/Statistics Canada 2010 17
  • 19. Cargo – Gateway Facilities 18
  • 20. Question & Answers