PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION

PURPOSE:
The Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) is one of the most important funding sources for air carrier airports today. PFC monies can provide a local match for Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grants as well as provide funding for AIP eligible projects that have not been funded by FAA. Through a careful evaluation of the airport’s Capital Improvement Program, TMG develops a Passenger Facility Charge Program that will maximize the airport’s use of the PFC.

INPUT & INFORMATION NEEDED:
Provided by Client:
1. Capital program description and cost analysis
2. Information on existing PFC Program(s)
3. Access to airport air carrier information

Provided by TMG:
1. Knowledge and experience in PFC Program regulations and formulation
2. Analysis for bonding PFC revenue
3. Analysis for PFC $4.50 collection level eligibility

OUTPUT & PRODUCT:
1. PFC program development in accordance with FAR Part 158
2. PFC Airline Consultation Letter(s) and Package(s)
3. PFC Application(s)
4. PFC Amendment Application(s)
5. PFC FAA Quarterly Reports
6. PFC Audit Compliance Assistance
7. PFC-Backed Revenue Bond Issue Assistance

USES:
PFC Program revenue greatly enhances an airport’s ability to meet the needs of the traveling public

POTENTIAL FUNDING SOURCES:
Eligible cost under AIP and PFC

PFC PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION CLIENTS:
Richmond International Airport, Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Monroe Regional Airport, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Shreveport Regional Airport

CONTACT:
email: Anthony J. Mumphrey Jr.
Tel: (504) 569-9239, Ex. 26.






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