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  • Freighter Friendly Airports Checklist for a successful takeoff..
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  • Motivation Revenue Potential Air Cargo is a $45-$75 billion annual business Represents only 20% of total distribution logistics sector Growth Potential Over the last decade has grown by 6.1% annually Market size doubles every ten years It is expected to grow between 4-6% over the next decade Capacity Relief Potential Many major airports in US and European Air Systems are expected to reach capacity within few years
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 3 Industry Structure
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 4 Industry Characteristics Freight Demand Segmentation Shipment Size Conveyable: Sort-able Packages Unitized Small Packages Heavy/Outsize Pieces Door-to-Door Velocity Fastest (time critical) Slowest (rate sensitive)
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 5 Industry Characteristics Geographic Concentration 97 percent of world air freight tonnage moved to, moved from and moved within Asia, Europe and North America 56 percent of world air freight tonnage moved to, from and within North America alone 8,534 (8,234) 9,273 (8,394)8,497 (8,222) 3,682 (8,192)2,419 (1,721) 1,447 (1,344) MergeGlobal Inc.
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 6 Industry Characteristics Worlds Leading Cargo Airports RankAirportRankAirportRankAirport 1Memphis11New York21Dallas/Ft Worth 2Honk Kong12Chicago22Atlanta 3Anchorage13London23Tokyo HND 4Los Angeles14Amsterdam24San Francisco 5Tokyo NRT15Incheon25Dubai 6Miami16Taipei26Seoul 7Frankfurt/Main17Indianapolis27Oakland 8Paris18Osaka28Beijing 9Singapore19Bangkok29Brussels 10Louisville20Newark30Philadelphia Source: Airports Council International Data 2001, Anchorage incl. transit freight
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 7 Industry Characteristics Freight Forwarders Concentration More than 5000 Freight Forwarders worldwide account for more than 80 percent of international air freight tonnage Top 15 Freight Forwarders account for 61% of total international market
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 8 Industry Characteristics Belly-Cargo Concentration Up until recently, more than 60% of international air freight was carried by passenger/combi aircraft Average Freight Load Factor lies within 40-60% range
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 9 Requirements for a Cargo Airport Long Runway Spacious Ramps and Aircraft Parking Landing Aids Freight Storage and Movement Facilities Transportation Infrastructure Support Infrastructure Labor
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 10 Requirements for a Cargo Airport SUCCESS
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 11 Evolution of Cargo Airports Global TransParks/ Cargo Hubs North Carolina Global TransPark/ Kinston Airport Industrial Airports Alliance Airport, Fort Worth Regional Air Cargo Centers Memphis, Louisville, Wilmington (US) East Midlands (UK) Niche Market Airports Manston (UK) Leige (Belgium) Capacity Reliever Airports March Airport, Los Angeles
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 12 Europort Vatry, France Central Rural Location 100 miles east of Paris, in Champagne region Single 3,850 m runway 5000 acre area 4,200 sq.m. cargo terminal 100,000 sq.m. warehouse space 300,000 sq.m. warehouse capacity under construction Highway Link
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 13 Factors Affecting Performance No high speed rail link SNCF has planned a Vatry rail terminal on Paris- Strasbourg line in 2006 Market domination by Freight Forwarders FF based in major cities centers Geographic Concentration of Cargo FF collect freight from major city centers/ industrial hubs Domination of non-express cargo market by passenger/combi aircraft Belly-cargo is carried from/to major passenger hubs
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 14 Modified Checklist for Success Long Runway Spacious Ramps and Aircraft Parking Landing Aids Freight Storage and Movement Facilities Transportation Infrastructure Support Infrastructure Labor Strategic Geographical Location (preferably close to major cities) Secure Ramp Space/ Warehousing Facilities
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 15 Secure Cargo Area-New Dimension Conventional Cargo Complex Conventional Cargo Complex with Addl Security Future Cargo Complex with Full Screening - 1 Future Cargo Complex with Full Screening - 2
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 16 Encouraging Signs Stringent Noise Restrictions at Major Airport/ Night Curfews Major airports obtaining ownership stakes in cargo airports Move toward application of integrated business model to heavy cargo
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  • Freighter Friendly Airports 17 Conclusion A truly freighter-friendly airport offers around-the- clock operation, spacious ramps and aircraft parking, effortless transfer between the aircraft parking lot and warehouse, easy access to customers logistics centers and a strategic and geographical location easily accessible to its prime market - S.J. Yang, Vice President, Korean Air