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From page 5...
... Airports are considered to be some of the most important tools in world commerce today, and, as such, are significant economic engines in most any community. However, airports are unique in their federal and local obligations, as they are highly regulated facilities that require large amounts of land.
From page 6...
... Guidebook also provides the airport sponsor with a checklist of items to assist in collecting and refining those terms necessary to analyze the project and form the lease agreement appropriately. In addition, a PowerPoint template that allows the airport sponsor to provide the pertinent information to any relevant stakeholders is included as part of this Report and is available on the Report web page at
From page 7...
... A questionnaire was mailed to the top executives of 30 of the nominated airports and e-mailed to the top executives of the other 51 nominated airports (a list of the nominated airports can be found in Appendix E of the Guidebook and a copy of the questionnaire can be found in Appendix A)
From page 8...
... The study team compiled the data collected on the nominated airports and proposed to the study panel 10 case study projects that the team felt captured the spirit of the Guidebook and the diversity of projects desired. The list of 10 case study projects was further refined to respond to the comments of the study panel, and, in the end, the collection of case study projects represented a contemporary collection of well-rounded development from which other airports can learn.
From page 9...
... , a limited liability corporation formed by the rental car companies occupying the CRCF • Tampa International Airport, Florida (TPA) – Project: Redevelopment of closed US Airways Maintenance Facility – Stakeholders: Tampa International Airport, PEMCO, Chamber of Commerce, City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Enterprise Florida, Workforce Florida, Committee of 100, MacDill Air Force Base Interviews were conducted with airport management representatives at each airport to identify the key and unique aspects of the lease agreement, gather relevant documents and data, and identify stakeholders involved in project development and the lease agreement.

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