Annual Public General Meeting 2014 Financial Presentation May 7, 2015 VICTORIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2014 Highlights Net Income $6.6M - $1.04M or 18.5% ahead of budget Return on revenue (excluding amortization) 47% 12 record passenger months Total passengers - 1,650,904 $1.8 million in debt retired $4.05M at year end Fixed charge ratio at year end - 4.47:1 2014 Capital Additions - $13.6 million VICTORIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Cumulative Capital Investment Since Transfer ($ millions) $140 $120
340,000 1,000 0 320,000 300,000 Air Canada WestJet Air Canada WestJet VICTORIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AIF Revenue - $8.0 Million Can only be used for specified capital projects, debt repayment for AIF related borrowing and to pay the airline collection fees 7% handling fee paid to the airlines to collect the fee $580K in 2014 $12.2M spent on AIF capital projects in 2014 VICTORIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Revenue Revenue
-11.19% -0.71% 36.84% -6.39% VICTORIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Net Income Revenue 2014 26,178,995 2013 24,671,215 Variance 6.11% Expenses before amortization 13,788,800 13,181,397 -4.41% Net income before amortization
12,390,195 11,489,818 7.84% Amortization 5,703,612 5,065,192 -11.19% Net income 6,686,583 6,424,626 4.08% VICTORIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Statement of Financial Position 2014 Current assets $
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