Cost Analyses of the Northwest Airlines Heavy Maintenance and Jet Engine Repair Facilities
DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1993 - 27 pages
Estimates the cost effectiveness of the public investment in a project between Northwest Airlines, the state of Minnesota, & other public partners to finance the airlines Heavy Maintenance & Jet Repair Facilities.
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$10 million advance lease payments Airbus A320 assuming a market backed bonds beneﬁt/cost analysis city of Duluth costs and beneﬁts Direct Employment number direct ﬁnancial discount rate displayed in Table Engine Repair Facility ﬁrst foregone return full employment Heavy Maintenance Facility Hibbing Including MAC increased indirect and induced indirect jobs induced jobs inﬂation Infrastructure Costs infrastructure improvements IRRRB Jet Engine Repair jobs created Jobs Tax Credit Louis County MAC ﬁnancing Maintenance and Jet market rate Mayo Clinic Metropolitan Airports Commission million in bonds millions of 1991 Minneapolis-St net present value Northeastern Minnesota Northwest Airlines number of jobs NWA defaults NWA Heavy Maintenance NWA projects NWA’s opportunity cost original study percent present value project beneﬁts project is estimated Public Investment public partners quantiﬁed revenue bonds backed salary beneﬁts salary income sales tax credit social costs associated state’s Twin Cities value of beneﬁts Value of Wages wage and salary wage beneﬁts workers