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Burbank Bob Hope Airport Replacement Terminal and Opportunity Site Development October 28, 2013 Burbank Bob Hope Airport Replacement Terminal and Opportunity Site Development October 28, 2013

The Goals • Replace an 83 year old building with a safe, modern 14 The Goals • Replace an 83 year old building with a safe, modern 14 -gate terminal that meets current earthquake design standards and FAA standards for distance from the runways • Provide the same conveniences and easy access that Burbank residents and air travelers now enjoy • Provide additional amenities which the public has identified and are typically available in a modern airport terminal 2

The Goals • Maximize the use of the former Lockheed Plant B 6 site The Goals • Maximize the use of the former Lockheed Plant B 6 site to develop a replacement terminal and create an economic engine for the region that takes advantage of vacant real estate and proximity of air and ground transportation. 3

Preliminary Terminal Concept Site Plan 6 Preliminary Terminal Concept Site Plan 6

What passengers and residents want • Don’t “screw it up!” • Don’t use local What passengers and residents want • Don’t “screw it up!” • Don’t use local taxes to pay for it! 7

What passengers and residents want • A variety of restaurants and concessions • Larger What passengers and residents want • A variety of restaurants and concessions • Larger spaces for TSA passenger and baggage security screenings • Roomier baggage claim areas • A larger ticket lobby and airline ticket counters 8

What passengers and residents want • Adequate space for airline administrative, ramp, bag service, What passengers and residents want • Adequate space for airline administrative, ramp, bag service, and ticket offices • More room for airline baggage processing • Additional restroom facilities and increased family restrooms • Fully integrated designs for ADA accessibility 9

Terminal • Existing Terminal – 14 Gates – 6, 631 Parking Spaces – 210, Terminal • Existing Terminal – 14 Gates – 6, 631 Parking Spaces – 210, 599 SF • Excludes Apron Space Uses • Replacement Terminal Size – 14 Gates – 6, 631 Parking Spaces – 355, 102 SF • Net Increase = 144, 503 SF (68. 6% increase) 10

Space Summary SPACE CATEGORY EXISTING TERMINAL Total Space REPLACEMENT TERMINAL Total Space DIFFERENCE AUTHORITY Space Summary SPACE CATEGORY EXISTING TERMINAL Total Space REPLACEMENT TERMINAL Total Space DIFFERENCE AUTHORITY 48, 873 35, 615 (13, 258) PUBLIC 49, 283 90, 107 40, 824 CONCESSION 17, 102 38, 683 21, 581 AIRLINE COMMON 42, 146 72, 792 30, 646 7, 284 28, 609 21, 325 AIRLINE EXCLUSIVE 18, 916 32, 823 13, 907 SECURITY 25, 023 45, 393 20, 370 MECHANICAL / MISC 1, 972 11, 080 9, 108 210, 599 355, 102 144, 503 (ENCLOSED) AIRLINE COMMON (UNENCLOSED) TOTAL 11

How Will the Burbank Bob Hope Airport Replacement Terminal Benefit the Region? 12 How Will the Burbank Bob Hope Airport Replacement Terminal Benefit the Region? 12

Tremendous Opportunity • Invests $300 -400 M in local economy – funded by the Tremendous Opportunity • Invests $300 -400 M in local economy – funded by the FAA, airlines, and airport users – NOT Burbank taxpayers • Creates a substantial number of terminal related jobs in construction, transportation, and services • Attracts more companies and jobs to nearby Media District North 13

Tremendous Opportunity • Preserves what is good about the Airport and makes it great Tremendous Opportunity • Preserves what is good about the Airport and makes it great – still convenient and friendly with: • loading from front and rear of aircraft • parking choices (close-in and remote parking) • shorter walks • single screening area • improved baggage claim • more amenities 14

Tremendous Opportunity • Acts as a unique catalyst to attract a mix of highest Tremendous Opportunity • Acts as a unique catalyst to attract a mix of highest and best uses and jobs to the adjacent 58 -acre Opportunity Site • Strengthens Burbank’s appeal as a growing media and hi-tech hub served by convenient air transportation in a modern terminal 15

Tremendous Opportunity • Introduces Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena and the Valley to millions of airport Tremendous Opportunity • Introduces Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena and the Valley to millions of airport passengers and visitors through a showcase new front door • Mitigates traffic congestion with more rail and bus links to the Airport and adjacent commercial areas 16

Tremendous Opportunity • Locks in place protections for Burbank residents by changing the Airport Tremendous Opportunity • Locks in place protections for Burbank residents by changing the Airport Authority’s governance rules to require not a simple majority vote but a “supermajority” vote (2 commissioners from each city) – for such actions as • adding more gates or expanding the terminal • ending the voluntary curfew or changing noise rules • acquiring land 17

Process and Schedule • October 29, 2013 – Burbank City Council Meeting to review Process and Schedule • October 29, 2013 – Burbank City Council Meeting to review the Proposed Configuration of a 14 -gate Replacement Terminal and Opportunity Site Development scenario 18

Process and Schedule • November 14, 2013 – Joint City and Airport Authority Meeting Process and Schedule • November 14, 2013 – Joint City and Airport Authority Meeting to consider approval of a general project description for a proposed 14 -gate replacement terminal and associated airport improvements, as well as development scenarios for the 58 acre Opportunity Site. – This general description will then be used as the project description for study in the Environmental Impact Report. 19

Process and Preliminary Schedule • End of 2013 - CEQA Project Description and Public Process and Preliminary Schedule • End of 2013 - CEQA Project Description and Public Scoping Meeting • Early 2015 - Completion of CEQA analysis and Public Comment Period • Spring 2015 - Completion of Required Approvals • Mid 2015 - Measure B Vote 20