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STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL

Riviera Maya Airport


Project Teaser

April 2010
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The Project
Project Introduction
 Air traffic activity has increased in the Riviera Maya region due to
the development of tourism
 At the moment, Cancun International Airport is the only airport
serving the Riviera Maya region
 The future Riviera Maya Airport will provide the infrastructure
required for continued touristic development in the Riviera Maya
region
– it is expected that passenger traffic at the future Riviera
Maya Airport could reach up to 3 million passengers by year
2015
– international experience shows that airport proximity is key
to securing passengers at tourist destinations even when
there are other airports relatively close by
2008 Terminal
# Airport/City Passengers (mm)
1 Mexico City 26.1
2 Cancún 12.6
3 Guadalajara 7.2
4 Monterrey 6.6
5 Tijuana 4.0
6 Toluca 3.9
7 Puerto Vallarta 3.3
8 Los Cabos 3.0
9 Hermosillo 1.3
10 Mérida 1.3
Source: 2008 Annual Reports, SCT
Federal Highway1 International Airport Maritime Terminal
Note:
1 Tulum – Coba federal highway under construction and expected to be operative by 2011

Airport Features Land


 Total area is 1,480 hectares. 802 hectares are necessary to build a
General  Able to accommodate aircraft needed for
runway and terminal
Features long haul intercontinental flights
 Initial capacity to serve 3 million passengers  The Riviera Maya Airport project contemplates a 6.5 km access
 Runway—3,500m x 45m, concrete road which will be part of the Tulum-Coba highway
pavement, with turning loops at each end  88% of the land is already owned by the Secretaria de
 Two taxiway connections (180m x 23m), one Comunicaciones y Transportes (“SCT”)
at each end of the apron (90 degrees to
longitudinal axis)  The remaining 12% of the land is still in the process of being
adjudicated to the SCT
Regulation  Current airport regulation
(Mexican Airport Law and other applicable
laws and regulations )
 Annexes 9, 14 Vol. I and 17 from the
International Civil Aviation 1,480 hectares
Organization (“ICAO”)
 Regulation requirements for the
construction, modification and operation of
aerodroms (CO DA-04/07)
 Doc. 305-AN/177, ICAO
 Airport Development Reference
Manual, IATA

Landing Strip
Master Plan Land
Necessary Land to 2
Operate the Airport
Tourism in Mexico and the Riviera Maya Region
2009E World Travel & Tourism Demand Growth and Composition of Tourism in Mexico
 Mexico is a major tourism destination worldwide
 Mexico is the tenth largest recipient of tourism income worldwide and the 153.7 153.3 153.5 95.9
largest in Latin America 100
 The Mexican tourism industry has grown steadily in recent years and it
represents an important revenue source for the Mexican economy

(million tourists, %)
63.6 60.1 59.6 59.4
 In 2009, there was a slowdown in the sector due to the global economic
crisis and the H1N1 pandemic
50
Tourist Income 2009E ($bn)
1 US 1,640.3
2 Japan 556.1 Mexico 39.9 40.4 40.6
3 China 526.6 36.4
2.4%
4 Germany 438.4
5 France 378.1 0
6 Spain 320.0 2006 2007 2008 2009 ¹
7 UK 307.2
8 Italy 281.0 International Domestic
9 Canada 176.8
10 Mexico 158.2 Source: Sectur, Tercer Informe de Gobierno Federa|
Rest of the World Notes:
97.6% 1 As of June 2009, Tercer Informe de Gobierno Federal
Source: World Travel & Tourism Council

Arrivals of Domestic and International Flights 2008 Air Arrivals of International Tourists
 In 2008, 43 million passengers arrived at Mexican airports, 33% of which
were international passengers By Destination By Origin
 Nearly 60% of international tourists arriving in Mexico visit a
beach destination Cabo San Lucas Other ¹ France Others
5.6% 11.8% Cancun Spain 0.9% 14.0% US
 Approximately 37% of international passengers arriving by air in Mexico 36.6% 1.3% 79.2%
Nuevo Vallarta
visit Cancun/Riviera Maya UK
5.9%
1.4%
 Over the next few years, passenger traffic in the Cancun/Riviera Maya Puerto Vallarta
region is expected continue to increasing 7.5%
Canada
4.5%
547 631 595 337 Mexico City
(000s Flights, %)

100 32.5%
24.4 22.3 23.0 24.2
75
Source: World Travel & Tourism Council
50
75.6 77.7 77.0 75.8 Note:
25 1 Composed of Ensenada, Monterrey y Mazatlán, and others
0
1
2006 2007 2008 2009
Domestic Flights International Flights
Source: Sectur
Note:
1 As of June 2009, includes regular flights and charters

Private Investment in Tourism in Riviera Maya Hotel Room Availability in Riviera Maya
 In 2008, Mexico received US$4.6bn of private investment in the tourism sector  Hotel occupancy in Riviera Maya on average has been higher compared to
– the state of Quintana Roo received 34% of such private investment other major beach destinations in Mexico—78% occupancy versus 62%
(2001–2007)
 As of December 2008, private investment in tourism grew nearly 54% year over
year in Quintana Roo 40 90
– within the state, Riviera Maya received the most investment with 29%
80
Occupancy Rate (%)
Rooms (000s)

30
Origin of Investment (MX$mm) (%)
70
Mexico 344 21.8 20
35 35
31 60
27
US 417 26.5 10 21 23 24
19
50

Spain 675 42.8


0 40
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Singapore 140 8.9 Rooms Occupancy Rate in Riviera Maya
Occupancy Rate in Mexico Beaches

Source: Sectur

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Bidding Process Highlights
Tender Offer Highlights
Objective  Conduct an International public tender offer for the concession to build, operate, manage and
exploit the Riviera Maya airport
Concession Grantor  Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes
Concession Period  Concession period will be for 50 years (including construction)
Bidder Obligations  Demonstrate legal, technical and management capabilities, and ability to structure and finance the
transaction
 Payment of project costs incurred, including but not limited to acquisition of land, technical studies,
and government advisor fees
 Acquire necessary permits, licenses and authorizations for the airport and related construction
 Comply with all project investment requirements, the airport development master plan and other
obligations stated in the concession including the construction of an access road
 Furthermore, if the winner fails to build the airport or initiate operation within certain period of
time, it will lose the upfront payment equivalent to the acquisition of land, fees paid to the
government, and others
Preferred Bidding  Taking in consideration the views of the different government agencies and advisors, in principle
Criteria the preferred bidding criteria is to award the project to the party bidding the lowest aeronautical
charges, subject to its fulfillment of all technical requirements
Operating Partner  The Operating Partner (a recognized airport operator) does not need to have stake in the bidding
consortium, its role could be limited to exclusively to the operation and administration of the airport
through an operating agreement

Preliminary Timeline1
2009 2010
Activities 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Completion of
preparatory studies
(environmental
and meteorological)
Completion of technical
studies for the
bidding process
Tender rules review

Publication of tender rules

Registration of interested
parties
Bidding stage (Site visits,
information meetings, etc.)
Qualification Approvals
(CFC, CIPOC)
Bid Award

Completed Activity Critical Activity Activity to Complete


Note:
1 Calendar subject to timeline change

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