Department

Aviation

OTHER FUNDS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Percent Change
FY19-FY20

Positions FY19
Budget

Positions FY20
Budget

FLL Operating

$173,357,802

$256,699,000

$311,922,780

22%

610

622

HWO Operating

$864,175

$2,942,190

$2,985,560

1%

11

10

Subtotal

$174,221,977

$259,641,190

$314,908,340

21%

621

632

Grand Total

$174,221,977

$259,641,190

$314,908,340

21%

621

632

Division


Aviation Operating

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Ad m i n istratio n/Executive

$13,049,382

$14,633,280

$21,155,470

Business and Properties Management

$3,153,547

$3,634,060

$3,695,160

Airport Development

$3,966,921

$5,176,180

$5,517,530

Finance

$5,244,603

$5,560,520

$6,132,410

Information Services

$9,406,497

$12,170,360

$11,990,520

Parking, Rental Car Center and Ground Transportation

$35,414,766

$36,392,000

$49,025,180

Operations

$51,381,756

$58,809,600

$65,821,110

Maintenance

$51,740,330

$62,455,040

$65,345,420

North Perry Airport (HWO)

$864,175

$1,074,730

$1,185,130

Reserves

$0

$59,735,420

$85,040,410

Total

$174,221,977

$259,641,190

$314,908,340

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Charges for Services

$284,085,316

$295,844,960

$350,471,220

Judgement and Fines

$136,932

$0

$0

Miscellaneous Revenue

$456,853

$574,000

$574,000

Interest and Other Earnings

$1,228,840

$270,880

$160,000

Fund Balance

$62,523,951

$89,195,480

$116,240,600

Debt Service Budget

$693,185,184

$513,277,940

$495,667,740

Less Five Percent

$0

($14,755,090)

($17,492,890)

Total

$1,041,617,076

$884,408,170

$945,620,670

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$42,866,148

$47,923,310

$53,251,520

Operating Expenses

$131,355,829

$151,982,460

$176,616,410

Other Budgetary Reserves

$0

$59,735,420

$85,040,410

Total Operating

$174,221,977

$259,641,190

$314,908,340

Total Positions

600

621

632

Transfers

$137,048,836

$111,489,040

$135,044,590

Debt Service Budget

$168,183,310

$513,277,940

$495,667,740

Total

$479,454,123

$884,408,170

$945,620,670

25,304,990 Increase in operating reserves due primarily to an increase in unrestricted reserves and the airlines fees and charges reserve.
10,500,000 Increase in shuttle services due to increased frequency of service, increase for bus leasing costs, and new contract.
5,783,660 Increase in BSO law enforcement and fire rescue services primarily for additional Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) services and staffing for an additional ambulance.
4,184,990 Increase in purchased insurance due to additional facilities.
2,605,050 Increase in personnel services for overtime costs based on actual expenses and current projections.
1,138,000 Increase in engineering services due to tree trimming for Federal Aviation Administration compliance.
1,100,000 Increase in ground transportation management due to increased services and new contract.
1,017,000 Increase in software support due to increased services for the Maintenance and Information Systems divisions.
$2,929,230 Normal Increases and Decreases
2,018,930 Personnel Services
910,300 Operating Expense
BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS
139,440 Increase in personnel services for two new positions in the Administration/Executive Division for a new Small Business Development Specialist and a Program Project Coordinator to support the expansion of the airport.
103,840 Increase in personnel services for two new Accounting Specialist positions in the Finance Division to assist with managing billing and collections.
69,720 Increase in personnel services for one new Contracts Grants Administrator position in the Information Services Division to support the growing technical environment.
182,070 Increase in personnel services for three new positions in the Operations Division, including one Program Project Coordinator Senior position to support credentialing office training and badge production and two Customer Service Representative positions to support security related construction projects.
209,160 Increase in personnel services for three new positions in the Parking, Rental Car Center and Ground Transportation Division to support enhanced ground transportation operations.
$55,267,150 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Administration/Executive

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide the executive and administrative support necessary to the Divisions within the Aviation Department to ensure continued efficiencies, effectiveness, and compliance with County policies and goals.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Domestic Origin & Destination Market Share in South Florida (%)

54

55

53

Number of destinations served

141

140

153

Airports Council International Airport Service Quality Score for overall airport satisfaction (scale 1-5)

3.99

4.00

4.00

Percentage of employees rating a completed course as helpful in their job

99

98

98

Percent of employees satisfied with Human Resources' services

87

85

85

Number of volunteers

120

130

130

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Administration Division is responsible for the executive direction of the Department as well as marketing, public information, human resources, and for integration of Airport emergency and hurricane plans with County, State and Federal disaster plans.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    One Small Business Development Specialist position and one Program Project Coordinator position are added in FY20 to support the expansion of the airport.

■    Four positions are transferred to this Division from the Operations Division.

■    The next table reflects key comparative performance data at Florida Airports in FY18 illustrating the competitiveness of the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$13,049,382

$14,633,280

$21,155,470

Total Positions

83

80

86

KEY COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE DATA - FY18 ACTUALS

Number of Operations

Number of Enplaned
Passengers (thousands)

Air Carrier

General Aviation

Cargo

TOTAL

Cargo Activity (Tons)

Debt Service Coverage

Revenue Bonds-
Moody's Rating

Cost per
Enplaned Passenger

Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood

17,656

273,015

45,228

4,424

322,667

119,515

1.86

A1

7.72

Miami

22,220

358,044

16,566

51,425

426,035

2,368,617

1.52

A*

19.2

Palm Beach

3,268

54,206

81,651

1,754

137,611

28,844

3.92

A1

4.86

Tampa

10,521

173,407

22,457

7,748

203,612

213,951

2.08

Aa3

4.89

Orlando

23,382

318,232

16,050

6,876

341,158

246,701

2.52

Aa2

5.86

*S&P

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Section

Business and Properties Management

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide opportunities for property development and increase services to meet the demands of the aviation industry and the traveling public and to maximize revenues at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International and North Perry Airports.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Airports Council International Airport Service Quality Score for

Food and Beverage Concessions

3.54

3.40

3.40

Airports Council International Airport Service Quality Score for

Retail Shopping Concessions

3.47

3.30

3.40

Concession Sales per enplaned passenger

10.33

9.63

10.00

News and gifts revenue per enplaned passenger

0.46

0.45

0.45

Food and beverage revenue per enplaned passenger

1.12

1.11

1.11

Total rental car revenue per enplaned passenger

3.56

3.89

3.93

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Business and Properties Management Division is responsible for the management of all airport properties located on Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and North Perry Airport.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$3,153,547

$3,634,060

$3,695,160

Total Positions

13

18

18

Section

Airport Development

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide planning, design and construction, environmental, and noise services for Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International and North Perry Airports, on time and within budget, exceeding expectations and with input from the community.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Percent of construction projects within 5% change order allowance (Capital Improvement Program)

100

100

100

Percent of contracts meeting small business goals (Capital Improvement Program)

86

100

100

Percent of construction projects within 5% change order allowance (Airport Expansion Program)

100

100

100

Percent of contracts meeting small business goals (Airport

Expansion Program)

79

100

100

Percent of contracts meeting small business goals (Planning)

17

100

100

Airports Council International Airport Service Quality Score for

Ease of finding your way through the Airport (scale 1-5)

4.24

4.00

4.00

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Airport Development section encompasses three programs: the Airport Expansion Program, the Capital Improvement Program, and Planning. Airport Development is responsible for preparing and implementing the Capital Improvement Program and development of the Airport Master Plans for both County-operated airports; managing large-scale capital projects; managing planning and environmental contracts; managing environmental compliance and remediation programs; managing the noise mitigation, compliance, and monitoring programs; reviewing transportation planning studies involving aviation impacts; and reviewing development applications for unincorporated areas and countywide plat applications for aviation impacts.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$3,966,921

$5,176,180

$5,517,530

Total Positions

42

42

42

Section

Finance

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide the accounting, budgeting, operational and capital fiscal planning functions for the Aviation Department to ensure statutory compliance and to provide financial, statistical and performance information for decision making.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Total number of airline passengers at FLL

35,284,926

33,000,000

38,755,000

Total operating expenses per enplaned passenger ($)

9.88

12.15

11.86

Percent of accounts receivable over 90 days past due

4

5

5

Cost per enplaned passenger

7.72

7.43

7.70

Non-Airline Operating Revenue as a % of Total Operating Revenue

57

59

58

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Finance Division is responsible for handling all financial affairs of the Department in accordance with the Airport Bond Resolution and Trust Agreement plus the Airline-Airport Lease and Use Agreement. Program responsibilities include accounting and budgeting, revenue billing and collection, capital budgeting and accounting, cost and performance monitoring, PFC and grants administration, procurement, and statistical accounting. The Division is responsible for providing accurate, timely and informative financial reports for management, the County, the airlines and the public.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ Two new Accounting Specialist positions are added in FY20 to assist with managing billing and collections.

■ One position was transferred to the Operations Division.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$5,244,603

$5,560,520

$6,132,410

Total Positions

21

21

22

Section

Information Services

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide timely, accurate information and rapid and reliable service response for Information Technology (IT) solutions that support and meet the business and customer service objectives of the County and the Aviation Department.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Airports Council International Airport Service Quality Score for Internet Access for WiFi (scale 1-5)

3.67

4.00

4.00

Number of unique passenger connections to WiFi

6,706,513

6,000,000

6,500,000

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Information Services (IS) Division provides information technology services to all divisions in the Aviation Department. Primarily, the IS Division works closely on the technology that supports the strategic business plan for each division. The FLL network supports the Aviation Department, the airport, its tenants and other business partners. The IS Division is responsible for the telecommunications at the airport and is fully responsible for the telephone system that provides service to the Aviation Department. The IS Division also maintains all infrastructure, hardware, software, database and website coordination for the Aviation Department. In addition, the IS Division is an integral member of the design team for technology and infrastructure in all new construction at the airport and works closely with the Project Management consultant team.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ One new Contract Grants Administrator position is added in FY20 to support the growing technical environment.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$9,406,497

$12,170,360

$11,990,520

Total Positions

28

34

35

Section

Parking, Rental Car Center and Ground Transportation

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide different parking options for the traveling public and to maximize parking revenues at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Parking operating expense per number of parking transactions

3.75

3.75

3.75

Parking Operating Margin

81

80

80

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Parking, Rental Car Center and Ground Transportation Division is responsible for the management of all

parking related and ground transportation activities at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    A primary goal of this section is to not only focus on the operational side of parking management, but to maximize the parking revenue and improve the customer experience. Although parking revenue is currently one of the largest sources of revenue for the Airport, it is recognized as having opportunities for improvement.

■    Three new Program Project Coordinator positions are added in FY20 to enhance ground transportation operations.

■    In FY20, shuttle service expenses increased due to an increase in frequency of stops, increase in bus leasing costs, and a new contract.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$35,414,766

$36,392,000

$49,025,180

Total Positions

5

7

10

Section

Operations

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide the highest level of safety and security in a customer friendly environment, enhancing the airport travel experience for visitors and residents of Broward County by ensuring efficient and effective operations in Airside, Landside, Terminal, Security, including law enforcement and fire rescue services.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Percent of passengers waiting 10 minutes or less for a taxi

98

98

98

Percent of passengers waiting 10 minutes or less for a Rental Car

Center shuttle

79

95

95

FAA Part 139 Discrepancies (annual inspections)

0

0

0

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Operations Division includes the Operations Administration, Airside, Landside, Security and Terminal Operations sections at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), and Operations section at North Perry Airport. Airport law enforcement and traffic control services are provided under a contractual services agreement with the Broward Sheriff's Office. Aircraft rescue and firefighting (including emergency medical services) are provided by the Broward Sheriff’s Office Fire Rescue Division. Also, within the Division lies the responsibility for integration of Airport emergency and hurricane plans with County, State and Federal disaster plans, including practice drills to insure effectiveness.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    One new Program Project Coordinator Senior position is added in FY20 to support credentialing office training and badge production objections.

■    Two new Customer Service Representative positions are added in FY20 to support security related construction project objectives.

■    Four positions are transferred to the Administration/Executive Division. One position was transferred to this Division from the Finance Division and one position from the North Perry Division.

■    In FY20, BSO law enforcement and fire rescue services increased due to additional Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting services and staffing for an additional ambulance.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$51,381,756

$58,809,600

$65,821,110

Total Positions

168

169

170

Section

North Perry Airport (HWO)

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide the highest level of safety and security in a customer friendly environment, enhancing the airport travel experience for visitors and residents of Broward County by ensuring efficient and effective operations.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of Operations at North Perry Airport

272,858

246,000

250,000

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The North Perry Airport, located in Pembroke Pines, is a general aviation airport that offers private and charter aircraft operators a full range of services, such as aircraft refueling, repairs, catering, and flight planning facilities. North Perry Airport has an airfield system with four runways, the longest at 3,350 feet, and over 160 T-Hangars for aircraft storage.

BUDGET COMMENTS ■ One position was transferred to the Operations Division.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$864,175

$1,074,730

$1,185,130

Total Positions

11

11

10

Section

Maintenance

GOAL STATEMENT

To maintain airport facilities and equipment and ensure a clean and safe airport environment for the traveling public.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Airports Council International Airport Service Quality Score for Restrooms' Cleanliness (scale 1-5)

3.94

4.00

4.00

Airports Council International Airport Service Quality Score for

Facility Cleanliness (scale 1-5)

4.03

4.00

4.00

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Maintenance Division includes Airfield and Facilities Maintenance Sections for the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and the North Perry Airport. Maintenance mechanics maintain County-owned passenger loading bridges, baggage claim carousels, incoming curbside and ticket counters, conveyors, and baggage makeup carousels. The Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Shop is responsible for over 5,000 tons of air conditioning and a total computerized control system which maintains all of the Airport facilities. The Electric Shop maintains airfield runway lighting, including all airfield signage on a 24 hour, seven day a week basis, in addition to all electrical systems at the airport. The Paint Shop maintains all airfield markings, including the runway, all roadway and parking striping on both Airports and paints all buildings; internal and external. The Equipment Operator Section is responsible for grass mowing on the airfield and in the Ravenswood Area, sweeping on and around ramps, scrubbing ramps, and repairing roads/fences.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$51,740,330

$62,455,040

$65,345,420

Total Positions

229

239

239

Section

Reserves

RESERVES

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Operations and Maintenance Reserve

$18,650,900

$20,669,460

North Perry Airport Reserves

$1,867,460

$1,800,430

Unrestricted Reserves

$15,270,300

$29,933,680

Airline Fees & Charges Account Reserves

$23,946,760

$32,636,840

Total Dollars

$59,735,420

$85,040,410

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    The Operations and Maintenance Reserve is required to cover two months of normal operating expenses.

■    Unrestricted Reserves are for contingencies and revenue stabilization that may be carried over into subsequent fiscal years.

■    Airline Fees & Charges Account Reserve is in accordance with the Bond Resolution and represents 25% of the annual deposit to the interest, principal and sinking funds of the bond fund less amounts paid by Passenger Facility Charges (PFC's).

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FY20 Recommended Broward County Annual Budget, July 15, 2019