Willard . Airport. Community Air Development Task . F. orce Meeting. December 2013. AGENDA. Call . to Order (Carter). Introductions . (Carter).. Formation . of the Task Force and Its Charge (DeLorenzo).
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Community Air Development Task
to Order (Carter)
Introductions (Carter).Formation of the Task Force and Its Charge (DeLorenzo)University reviewCommunity meeting with President and ChancellorChancellor LeadershipAdvisory Task Force Task Force Organization (Carter)Meeting schedule -ResponsibilitiesGround rulesAirport Basics (Walden)OperationsFinanceNext Meeting (Carter)Tour
Willard is one of 10 commercial airports in Illinois.
The University of Illinois’ authority to operate a commercial airport was established by the legislature in 1943.
Willard Airport is the only commercial airport in the country owned and operated by an educational institution. Willard Airport, often referred to by its FAA designation "CMI," was named for former University of Illinois president Arthur Cutts Willard. Formal dedication of the airport on October 26, 1945 The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign established the Institute of Aviation at Willard Airport in 1946 First scheduled airline service in 19543Slide4
Willard is comprised of 1700 acres. There are 4 runways including an 8100 foot long runway with a precision approach as well as a practice runway dedicated for flight training. The airspace is controlled by a tower operation funded by the FAA.
There are 23 buildings with 250,000 sq. ft. of space
Until 2005, Willard and the Institute of Aviation were a combined organization. Willard operates much as a small city with its own Fire Department, Public Works activities (snow removal, road repair), Security operations, Capital Improvement Plan, Comprehensive Land Use Plan, grant activities with State and Federal agencies and economic development functions. 4Slide5
and Campus Administration
Asst. Airport Manager
Office Support Associate
Building Service Workers
Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighters
Institute of Aviation
Willard Airport Organization
Assistant Manager 7 ( 5 filled) airport mechanics3 building service workersAirport Fire Marshal 6 crash rescue-security specialist 1.31 personnel shared with Institute of Aviation1 office support specialist2.26 cashiers, 0.5 distribution clerkExtra helpTotal 22.07 filled -- 8 union8Slide9
Holds FAA operating certificate
Grant recipient Federal (AIP)Grant recipient StateProvides operating subsidy (Currently $447,000)Compliance with State procurement rulesCompliance with grant assurancesProvides management oversightOwns property—including farm operationsAnnual purchaser of $4.5 million in tickets9Slide10
Aviation activitiesField and facility maintenanceFAA ComplianceTSA ComplianceAirport FinancesOperationsRevenueExpenseCapital replacementTour 10Slide11
American Eagle service
7 Daily flights (ORD & DFW)Charter service Laughlin, Sun CountryFlight Star12 corporate aircraftFlex-N-Gate, Jimmy Johns, Fox/AtkinsAmerican Eagle maintenance ( 4 overnight)Fueling /de-icing services
Ground handle flight school
Commercial terminal operations
Aviation activities –cont.
General Aviation42 T-HangarsCorporate hangars Flight School28 Piper aircraft and 2 CessnaCapacity for 260 studentsFAA Tower operations and leaseRental car operations Total take offs and landings: 56,00012Slide13
Airfield Operations and Facility maintenance
Maintain grounds, buildings, hangars, facilities
Maintain navigational aids, field lightingSnow and ice removalMaintain vehicles and equipment Provide 24-7 aircraft rescue and firefightingMaintain parking lots and roads 13Slide14
The present terminal was dedicated
years ago and jointly funded with Champaign County. The facility is in reasonably good condition, but does require maintenance and investment. 14Slide15
Unlike other airports in Illinois, Willard’s revenues are derived from airport operations and University funding without local support .
Revenue Averages FY09-FY13
*1 Includes TSA space and FAA
addition to rental car and
airline terminal spaceSlide17
Willard Airport Expenditure Averages FY09-FY13
*1 Includes Campus F&S, insurance, inspections, etc.
4 Includes consultant
Funding for permanent renewal and replacement of infrastructure *5 Includes travel and
Willard Capital Replacement
Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Grant funds from FAA
$1.1 million annually
90% Federal / 5% State / 5% Local (airport)Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) $350,000 annuallySafety, Security, CapacityOccasional State grant for State/local projects (90/10)Infrastructure in reasonable shapeCapital Reserve fund of $1,000,000Capital asset value $35,000,000Only debt on t-hangers $200,000
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Willard Airport Community Air Development Task F orce Meeting December 2013 AGENDA Call to Order Carter Introductions Carter Formation of the Task Force and Its Charge DeLorenzo ID: 671587 Download Presentation
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