Loading Bridges Sample Clauses

Loading Bridges. ‌ Annual Equipment Rent for each aircraft loading bridge shall be the average of the capital costs, including Debt Service Coverage and Port incurred O&M Expenses for all such aircraft loading bridges. Rent for loading bridges is subject to adjustment as provided in Section 20.3.
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Loading Bridges. Airline shall, at Airline's sole cost and expense, install, keep, and maintain and, within a reasonable time period, repair any damage to the loading bridges serving the gates at Concourse D (including any connecting equipment, joints and the like, required to connect the loading bridges to the concourses); provided, however, that if Airline determines that its operations do not require such loading bridges serving such gates, it may relocate them on the Airport premises, unless such relocation would adversely affect the tax-exempt status of the Bonds.
Loading Bridges. Each of the 14 passenger Loading Bridges is approximately 480 square feet for a total of 6,720 square feet. Hours: Vary between 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., seven (7) days a week. u. Terminal : Hours: This facility is open 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week, 365 days a year. • Floor carpet: 125,000 square feet • Wall carpet: from floor to approx. 30’ in height, 180,000 square feet • Floor marble, concrete, linoleum, and tile: 212,000 square feet • Glass: 280,000 square feet • Escalators: Six (6) • Elevators: Eight (8) • Loading dock: 6,000 square feet • Restrooms: 32 • Trash cans: 80 • Cigarette urns: 30 • Baggage carrousels: Four (4) • Twenty (20) feet from the building onto the Ramp for the entire length of the terminal, approx. 100,000 square feet. • Entire length of the terminal and parking structures, from the building to the curb. Existing Buildings Carpeted Flooring Hard Surface Flooring Restroom (quantities) Restroom (Total square footage) Terminal A 64,000 106,600 8 2,000 Terminal B 64,000 106,000 8 2,000 Terminal A TSA 150 200 2 150 Terminal B TSA 150 200 2 150 Gate 1 ABC 300 2 150 Gate 14 ABC 300 2 150 Terminals A&B Commercial Ramp 26,400 6 600 Terminal Admin 13,500 280 5 500 Cogeneration Plant 1 64 Parking Structure Elevator Lobbies 2,400 0000 Xxxxxx 36,000 3,000 7 500 366 Paularino 1,875 250 4 150 Taxicab Xxx 000 0 000 Xxx X-Xxxxxx Restrooms 2 300 New T-Hangar Restrooms 2 350 Changing Trailer Xxxxxxxx 000 0 00 Xxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx 144 180 2 100 Jay's Gate Restroom 1 70 Pilot's Lounge Restroom 2 200 Night Supervisor's Trailer 430 Superintendent's Trailer 300 TSA Trailer 960 Contracts Trailer 720 F&G Trailer 720 Totals 182,709 247,230 59 7,884 Future Buildings Carpeted Flooring Hard Surface Flooring Restroom (quantities) Restroom (Total square footage) Terminal C 84,000 62,750 9 1000 Customs and Border Protection Area 8,500 6,000 4 900 Terminal C TSA 150 200 2 150 Terminal C Commercial Ramp 26,400 2 100 Parking Structure Elevator Lobbies 1,000 Totals 92,650 96,350 17 2,150 III. CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS CONTRACTOR shall:
Loading Bridges. Each of the 14 passenger Loading Bridges is approximately 480 square feet for a total of 6,720 square feet. Hours: Vary between 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., seven (7) days a week.

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