Supplementary Tables - Sources of Respendable and Non-Respendable Revenue

Respendable Revenue

Program Activity ($ thousands)
Forecast
Revenue
2012-13
14
Planned
Revenue
2013-14
Planned
Revenue
2014-15
Planned
Revenue
2015-16
 Transportation Infrastructure
Airport Authorities – Repayment of Deferred Rent1 7,323 7,323 7,323 5,487
Public Port Revenues from User Fees and Wharf Permits2 7,887 7,536 7,563 7,607
Rentals and Concessions3 6,888 6,730 5,981 6,026
Airport revenues from User Fees and Service Contracts4 8,156 7,672 7,737 7,800
Sales and Training 105 103 104 104
Inspections and Certifications 2 2 2 2
Miscellaneous 39 39 39 39
Subtotal 30,400 29,405 28,749 27,066
 Transportation Innovation
Transportation Analysis and Innovation5 150 0 0 0
 Aviation Safety
Aircraft Maintenance and Flying Services6 32,829 33,383 33,383 33,383
Canadian Aviation Regulation User Fees7 7,536 8,094 8,094 8,094
Inspections and Certifications7 1,479 290 290 290
Sales and Training7 432 820 820 820
Rentals and Concessions 263 267 267 267
Miscellaneous8 610 0 0 0
Subtotal 43,149 42,854 42,854 42,854
 Marine Safety
User fees from various Marine Safety regulations 9,413 9,086 9,324 9,324
Inspections and Certifications 3 3 3 3
Sales and Training 0 1 1 1
Miscellaneous9 310 400 400 400
Subtotal 9,726 9,490 9,728 9,728
Rail Safety
Inspections and Certifications10 156 119 119 119
Road Safety
Revenues from the registrar of imported vehicles program11 3,650 3,500 3,500 3,500
Lease Payments from the Motor Vehicle Test Centre 202 205 205 205
Rentals and concessions 19 0 0 0
Subtotal 3,872 3,705 3,705 3,705
Internal Services
Sales and training 0 1 1 1
Air Services Forecast Revenues12 380 0 0 0
Rentals and Concessions 346 314 313 313
Miscellaneous 116 146 146 146
Subtotal 842 461 460 460
Total Respendable Revenue 88,294 86,033 85,614 83,932

Non-Respendable Revenue

Program Activity ($ thousands)
Forecast
Revenue
2012-13
14
Planned
Revenue
2013-14
Planned
Revenue
2014-15
Planned
Revenue
2015-16
 Transportation Infrastructure
Canada Port Authority Stipends 17,537 18,278 19,149 20,129
Non-Navigational Assets - St. Lawrence Seaway13 7,693 7,600 7,500 7,400
Airport Authorities – Revenue from Leases1 286,164 300,334 312,413 322,267
Subtotal 311,394 326,212 339,062 349,796
 Internal Services
Hopper Cars Leases 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000
Total Non-respendable Revenue 326,394 341,212 354,062 364,796
Total Respendable and Non-respendable Revenue 414,688 427,245 439,676 448,728

Due to rounding, columns may not add to totals shown.

1. Starting in 2010-2011, the majority of revenue from Airport Authorities - Lease payments is deposited directly into the Consolidated Revenue Fund instead of being treated as respendable revenue. Excludes deferred revenues. The remaining portion of respendable revenues relates to the repayment of any deferred rent. The airport rent deferrals end in December 2015.

2. Decreases in revenues from ports operations due to the global economy and a comprehensive review of port activities.

3. Decrease in airport rental revenues due to the transfer of Pickering Lands Site properties (Ontario) to Parks Canada in March 2014.

4. Higher airport revenues from fees in 2012-2013 due to increased traffic for mining industry and economic development in the North.

5. TC received $150k in 2012-13 from the Program of Energy Research and Development. TC did not formulate a funding request for 2013-14.

6. Demand fluctuates as clients may at times require the acceleration of some scheduled aircraft maintenance repairs.

7. Demand driven activity is unpredictable and subject to industry stakeholder's needs.

8. Cost recovery agreement with DND for the renovation to their existing trailer facility joined to TC Aircraft Services hangar.

9. New cost recovery agreements with Pilotage Authorities for regulation drafting services and related liaison services.

10. Demand fluctuates. There was additional work done on behalf of a provincial railway in the Atlantic region in 2012-13.

11. Demand is unpredictable.

12. Contract ends in March 2013.

13. Revenue from the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation for managing Real Property Operations.

14. Reflects best forecast to the end of the fiscal year based on information as at November 30, 2012.

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