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  1. airLEDStatus Quo Analysis Presentation 4th June, 2013

  2. ECORYS Hungary is part of the international ECORYS Group Since 1992 in Hungary Main operational fields are urban and real estate consultancy and managing EU grants related projects Major costumers are local and central governments, banks, developers, landlords The Consultant

  3. Evaluation of the current situation of Liszt Ferenc Budapest International Airport and it’s surrounding, Mapping the possibilities, obstacles and space for development in the area, Providing a basis for the economic development plan. Purpose of the Analysis

  4. Collected by the Institute of Urban Development (Poland) and the KTI Institute for Transport Sciences (Hungary), Includes three main sections: (A) Spatial development, environment and architecture, (B) Economic impact of airport, (C) Logistics and transport and twelve chapters, Defines the maps and dataset of the analysis. Methodology of the Analysis

  5. Public datasets: Hungarian Central Statistical Office, Hungarian National Development Agency, Ecological Information System, Interviews and questionnaires: Budapest Airport Corporation, local municipalities, urban planners, property developers. Data Sources

  6. Starting point: 9th of May 2013, First draft delivery: 27th of May 2013, Presentation and workshop: 4th of June 2013, Final draft delivery: 18th of June 2013. Schedule of the Analysis

  7. The new airport was opened in 1942, MALÉV the national airline was established in 1954, Passenger traffic reached 1 million in 1974, Terminal 2A was opened in 1985, Terminal 2B was opened in 1998, annual passenger traffic 3,9 million Passenger traffic reached 7.9 million in 2005, Privatisation of airport operation in 2005, Skycourt facility was opened in 2011. History of the Budapest Airport

  8. In the settlements of Budapest District 17, District 18, Vecsés and Ecser In the South-East borders of the capital city, 20 km from the downtown of Budapest, The airport area covers 1505 hectares, Location of the airport

  9. Direct and indirect impact zones With 10 and 40 km circles Delimitation of Airport Impact Zone

  10. National Parks Landscape Protection Districts Nature Protection Areas 7% water 58% forest 31% other agricultural land 4% urban areas Environmental Conditions

  11. Histogram of the distribution of areas with diverse forms of protection around Budapest Airport Environmental Conditions

  12. Area of restricted use of Budapest Airport 78% airport area 15% urban area 7% forest Total number of residents <1000 Environmental Conditions

  13. Investments in and around of Budapest Airport Architecture

  14. BUD Future program Airport City with hotel and parking facility Cargo City with warehouses Office area Terminal 2 extension Commercial Park Mixed use industrial Mixed use warehouse Mixed use with office an hotel Mixed use industrial In addition: new railway line and station Architecture

  15. BUD Future program Source: Budapest Airport Architecture

  16. Architecture Planned land use changes in Budapest Airport

  17. Land use in the direct and indirect impact area of the airport Spatial Development

  18. Spatial Development Histogram of the distribution of the land use around Budapest Airport

  19. City of Vecsés Zoning Map Spatial Development Budapest Airport Potential Economic Development Zones Potential Economic Development Zones

  20. Budapest Metropolitan Zoning Framework Spatial Development Potential Economic Development Zone Budapest Airport

  21. Ecser Zoning Plan Spatial Development Potential Economic Development Zone Budapest Airport

  22. Passenger traffic in 2010 Cargo traffic in 2010 Spatial Development

  23. Passenger traffic in’000 Cargo traffic in tonnes Spatial Development

  24. Road connections: via highway nr 4. and M4 the city is 20 km and about 40 minutes away, Indirect connection to highway M0, and to the national highway system, Train connections with T1, 100 trains on daily basis, Public bus lines: one direct line between the airport and subway terminal station, 130-150 busses daily. Accessibility of the Airport

  25. The number of population in the direct impact zone (inside the 10 km radius) was 390,000 in 2011, The population of the indirect impact zone (inside of the 40 km circle) was 2.6 million in 2011, Airport Potential

  26. Revenue increased with 80% between 2007 and 2011, to reach 291 million EUR, Operating costs increased with 60%, reached 208 million EUR level in 2011, Financial costs doubled in 5 years, 111 million EUR in 2011, Result varied between -14 and -112 million EUR, Share of aviation revenue in the total, about 40%. Source: Budapest Airport annual financial reports Economic Analysis of the Airport

  27. Economic Analysis of the Airport Source: Budapest Airport annual financial reports, red line: annual result after taxation

  28. Annual number of operations in 2012 87,500, a decrease by 20% to previous year, Total airport area: 15,150,000 sqm Two runways with 3,000 and 3,700 m length, Number of employees at the airport operator is about 1,800, Terminal area increased by 24,000 sqm in 2011, 58 check-in desks, Airport Infrastructure Analysis

  29. Passenger traffic in Budapest Airport, 2004-2012 Airport Infrastructure Analysis

  30. Monthlypassenger traffic in Budapest Airport, 2010-2011 Airport Infrastructure Analysis

  31. Cargo traffic in Budapest Airport, 2004-2012 Airport Infrastructure Analysis

  32. Monthly cargo traffic in Budapest Airport, 2010-2011 Airport Infrastructure Analysis

  33. Passenger traffic main destinations: Germany (18%), UK (14%), Italy (9%), Netherlands (7%), Cargo traffic main import destinations: Germany (35%), China (30%), Cargo traffic main export destinations: Germany (35%), Turkey (10%), Luxemburg (10%), Number of flights dropped by 23% in 2012, Aero revenue is about 40% of the total income, Share of charter flights is about 15% in the total Airport Infrastructure Analysis

  34. Increasing population in the catchment area of the airport, Positive migration balance, both in the Budapest Districts and the metropolitan settlements, The immediate catchment area of Budapest’s Airport is becoming more densely populated, Unemployment rate increased from 7% to 10% in the last 4 years, Catchment Area Socio-Economic Profile

  35. Service sector dominates the economy of the catchment area, The indirect catchment area provides about 40% of the total GDP volume of Hungary, FDI flow focuses with 67% on the Central Hungarian region, 87% of foreign visitors in Hungary choose Budapest as destination, Budapest is the 9th popular conference venue in Europe. Catchment Area Socio-Economic Profile

  36. Central Hungary is not eligible for regional support under the Convergence objective, Under the Regional competitiveness and employment objectivethe Central Hungarian region received 900 million EUR funds (37% for transport infrastructure development). Catchment Area Socio-Economic Profile

  37. Thank you for your attention!