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					                         ITEM NO.   6b Supp-1
                         DATE OF
                         MEETING    2/28/06




         2005
Performance Report

         OS
     February 28, 2006
              Port Wide Financial Results
             $450,000

             $400,000

             $350,000

             $300,000
$ in 000's




             $250,000                                                        Revenues
                                                                             Expenses
             $200,000                                                        NOI Before Depreciation

             $150,000

             $100,000

              $50,000

                  $0
                        1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005



                                     Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                             2
       Port Wide Income Results
                                                                                05 Actual - 05 Actual -
            ($ in Millions)                2004       2005             2005      Budget 04 Actual
                                          Actual     Budget           Actual     Var. %      Var. %

Operating Revenues                        $376.6      $402.5          $406.0        0.9%         7.8%
Operating & Maint. Expenses                223.3       213.8           213.1        0.3%        -4.6%
Net Operating Income                       153.3        188.7          192.9        2.2%       25.8%
Depreciation Expense                       110.2        102.5          133.7      -30.4%       21.3%
NOI after Depreciation                       43.1        86.2           59.2      -31.3%       37.4%
Net Non-operating Income (Expense)            68.3        100.0          77.0        (23.0)     -23.0%




                              Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                                       3
                  Port Wide
            2005 Capital Spending

                                                         Year-to-
                                                           Date               Plan of
Division   Q1       Q2         Q3             Q4          Actual    Budget    Finance

Aviation    95.8    106.8    127.4            83.3         $413.3    $484.0     $594.2
Seaport     13.0     19.4     24.9            30.2          $87.5      72.0       74.8
Econ Dev     1.1      6.4      0.9             0.3           $8.7       1.8        1.5
Corporate    0.8      0.8      1.3             1.7           $4.6      13.4       11.0
  Total   $110.7   $133.4   $154.5         $115.5          $514.1    $571.2     $681.5




                            Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                       4
       2005
Performance Report
 Aviation Division
       Aviation Business Highlights
• Passenger level hit 29.3 million, +1.7% over 2004
   – Landed weight down 3.6%; equals 88% of 2000
   – Operations down 4.9%; equals 77% of 2000
   – Load factor at 79.1% vs. 75% in 2004
• Non-aeronautical NOI +$18.3M vs. 2004
• Reduced Airline costs
   – Cost per enplanement (CPE) $11.10 vs. $11.45 in budget
   – Revenue sharing: $23.6 million, up $5.9 million over 2004
   – Reduced forecasted 2009 CPE to $14.15
• Reached agreement on new 7-year airline agreement
• Major project milestones:
   – Opened CTE
   – Third Runway Project on schedule and budget
                    Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005        6
      Goals & Strategic Issues Progress
• Develop and Maintain Community Support
  – Completed ILA negotiations with city of SeaTac
  – Modified 55-acre development agreement with city
    of SeaTac
  – Established ILA with City of Des Moines
  – Regular meetings of Highline Forum
• Extraordinary NW Customer Experience
  –   Opened Central Terminal
  –   Enhanced international arrivals assistance
  –   Relocated hourly parking in garage
  –   Installed new airport directories
                   Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   7
    Goals & Strategic Issues Progress
• High Density Development
  – Phase I Program on schedule; 79% completion
  – Refined Comprehensive Development Program
    and completed environmental process
  – Completed funding strategy for SR518 3rd lane
  – Established effective design and construction
    collaboration with Sound Transit
  – Restarted rental car facility project
  – Delays in completion of baggage systems
     • C-60 is 85% complete (goal was 100%)
     • C-1 is 49% complete (goal was 60%)
                  Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   8
    Goals & Strategic Issues Progress
• High Performance Workplace
  – Implemented employee development initiative
    focused on enhanced job proficiency and
    succession preparation
     • Special assignment pilot completed
     • Development planning education completed
  – Diversity awareness milestones completed
  – Eliminated backlog of labor contract negotiations
  – Continued labor relations education series:
     • 9 labor relations sessions attended by 227 employees
     • 9 collective bargaining sessions attended by 127
  – Workplace Safety: achieved lowest incident rate
    and lost work days since measurements began
                  Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005       9
    Goals & Strategic Issues Progress

• Maximize Financial Performance
  – Airline CPE - 3.1% under budget
  – Non-airline revenues per enplanement –
    exceeded budget by 6%
  – Opened new concessions in Central Terminal
  – Implemented new financing strategy:
     • New intermediate lien:
        – Lower debt service coverage
        – Structure facilitates PFC offset
     • Increased liquidity level


                  Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   10
     Enplanements 2000-2005
                                                                          14,632
14,800
                           2005 is 1.9% above 2004
                           2005 is 3.2% above 2000              14,364
14,600

           14,174
14,400

14,200

14,000

13,800
                      13,506
13,600                                13,362          13,356

13,400

13,200

13,000

12,800

12,600
         2000       2001           2002          2003          2004      2005

                               Enplanements (000's)


                      Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                        11
            Aviation Q4 Operating Results
                       $ in '000       2004            2005            2005     Actual/Budget
                                      Actual          Actual          Budget    Var $   Var %
Revenues
 Total Airline Revenues              150,640          165,927         173,059   (7,131)   -4.1%
Public Parking                        42,037           45,782          43,446    2,336     5.4%
Rental Cars                           25,818           32,353          30,859    1,494     4.8%
Concessions                           21,022           26,232          26,399     (167)   -0.6%
Other                                 26,175           29,733          26,976    2,756    10.2%
 Total Non-airline Revenues          115,052          134,099         127,680    6,419     5.0%
Security Grants & Fuel Hydrant         2,107            4,894           5,244     (351)   -6.7%
 Total Revenues                      267,798          304,920         305,983   (1,063)   -0.3%
Expenses
Airport Expenses                     102,020          108,825         108,290     (536)   -0.5%
Corporate Expenses                    26,012           26,020          24,844   (1,176)   -4.7%
Police Costs                          13,784           13,987          14,085       97     0.7%
  Total Operating Expenses           141,817          148,833         147,218   (1,615)   -1.1%
Net Operating Income                 125,982          156,087         158,765   (2,678)   -1.7%


                              Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                           12
                   Aviation Key Indicators
                                            2004          2005             2005     Actual/Budget
                                           Actual        Actual           Budget    Var $   Var %
Non-Aero Financial Performance
Revenues                                   115,052       134,099          127,680   6,419      5.0%
Operating Expenses                          39,440        40,172           42,565   2,392      5.6%
NOI                                         75,612        93,927           85,116   8,908     10.5%
Airport Vitality Measures
Operating Cost / Enpl                         9.87          10.17            9.96    (0.21)   -2.1%
Non-Airline Revenues / Enpl                   8.01           9.16            8.64     0.53     6.1%
Passenger Airline CPE                        10.26          11.10           11.45     0.35     3.1%
Other Key Measures
Landing Fee Rate                              2.17           2.33            2.50    0.16     6.5%
Non-Airline Revenue / Total Rev              43.0%          44.0%           41.7%    2.3%     5.4%
Parking Revenue / Enpl                        2.93           3.19            3.02    0.16     5.4%
Concessions Revenue / Enpl                    1.46           1.79            1.79    0.01     0.4%
Primary Concession Sales / Enpl               6.92           7.75            7.45    0.30     4.0%
Traffic
Enplanements                                14,364        14,632           14,781     (149)   -1.0%
Landed Weight (BALA for '03)                20,944        20,186           21,537   (1,351)   -6.3%
Airline Surplus/Deficit
Landing Fees                                (1,245)        1,815                0    1,815      n/a
Terminal Rents                             (20,316)       (4,907)               0   (4,907)     n/a
Revenue Sharing                             17,716        23,558           18,161    5,398     30%
Net Surplus/Deficit                         (3,845)       20,467           18,161    2,306    12.7%

                                  Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                               13
   Aviation Expense Variance
             Drivers
Description ($ in '000s)                               Amount
Total operating expense variance                       ($1,615)
Major Variances
Earthquake Receivable Write-off                         (2,096)
Capital Project Write-offs                              (1,459)
Environmental Reserve                                     (269)
Janitorial Costs                                        (1,119)
ICT Charges                                             (1,200)
Total                                                   (6,143)

Other Net Savings                                      $4,528

               Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005              14
          Capital Spending 1999-2005
                                   $ in millions

$600



$500



$400



$300
                                                                                $484
                                  $421          $359         $417    $413
                     $364
$200

              $272
       $229
$100



 $0
       1999   2000   2001          2002         2003         2004   2005 Act   2005 Bud




                     Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                                15
                Aviation Capital Budget
                                             2005 Annual                    Variance
                         2005 Plan            Approved           2005       Actuals to
Sponsor ($ in '000s)     of Finance            Budget           Actuals      Budget
Airfield                      50,356               25,058          23,545       1,513
Division Wide                 13,295               14,220           9,824       4,396
Business Development           9,533                7,774          10,141      (2,367)
Infrastructure                43,478               42,064          35,031       7,033
Landside                      25,283               15,590           8,318       7,272
Noise Program                 44,189               48,538          20,757      27,781
Security                     111,746               66,961          61,581       5,380
Stormwater                    26,800               12,150          10,599       1,551
Terminal & Tenants            63,986               98,800          71,123      27,677
Third Runway                 205,544              152,581        162,342       (9,761)
Totals                         594,210                483,736    413,261      70,475
Percentage of Budget                                                          85%


                       Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                       16
      2005
Performance Report
 Seaport Division
Seaport Division
   Overview
  2002 - 2005
           Seaport in 2002
• NOI in 2002 was $13.2M
• Container volume flat at 1.439M TEU’s (3 year
  avg annual growth rate negative (1.2)%)
• Nearly 200 vacant acres
  – Consolidation in containers – SE harbor vacant
  – Car Shipper (DAS) and Hasbro departure
  – Rainier Cold Storage earthquake damage
• Cruise 1 berth, 3 homeport ships and 245,000
  passengers
• Impacts of 9/11 and Nisqually earthquake
• Set a goal of reaching $34M NOI by 2005
                Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   19
         Lease of Vacant Acres
                        2003-2005
• T46 – Completed TTI/Hanjin Expansion 18 acres
• T30 – 2 berth cruise facility 25 acres
• T25/28 – Redevelop into container facility for SSAT
  32 Acres
• T25 – SCS Refrigerated Services, LLC 15 Acres
• T106 – Container storage yard for SSAT 15 Acres
• T5 – Use of option area by Eagle Marine 19 Acres
  (month to month)
• T91 – Carnitech facility 2 Acres
• T115 – 30 Year Lease with Northland (property was
  occupied by other tenants prior to this transaction)

                  Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   20
       Seaport 2002-2005
• 2005 container volume at 2.088M TEU’s
  (3 year avg annual growth rate of
  13.2%)
• Leased 126 Acres to maritime and
  industrial tenants
• Cruise 3 berths, 8 homeport ships and
  687,000 passengers

            Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   21
       Seaport 2002-2005
• Carried out key transportation and
  environmental initiatives
• Reduced expenses
• Staff reduced from 217 to 169 not
  including warehouse
• NOI in 2005 is $40.4M: 18.8% above
  goal and 3 times 2002 NOI

            Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   22
      2005
Performance Report

      POS
         Seaport Business Goals

Provide Compelling Value and Asset
  Utilization
• TEU’s: Up 17.6% over 2004 to 2.088
  million. Full inbound up 19.2% and full
  outbound up 22.1%.
• Grain: Up 30% over 2004 to 5.0 million
  metric tons.
• Cruise:169 calls and 687,000 passengers.
              Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   24
            Seaport Business Goals
Provide Compelling Value and Asset Utilization
• Vacant Property: 14 additional acres leased.
• Occupancy Rates: commercial property at 91%
  occupancy, below target of 96% but above market
  average of 81%. Industrial buildings and warehouses
  occupancy 91%, market 96%.
• Marina Occupancy: two of five marinas exceeded
  occupancy targets: SBM 93% vs. goal 90%; FT 89% vs.
  goal 85%; HIM 98% vs. goal 99%; BHM 80% vs. goal
  90%; MIC 73% vs. goal 80%.


                  Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   25
          Seaport Community Goals

• Relationships: 36 speaking engagements. No
  regulatory violations. Air emissions inventory 12/06.
• Regional Transportation: Viaduct south end design
  better accommodating T-46 access. 519 discussions
  restarted. East Marginal Way work on track: design
  progressing, offers made to property owners, detailed
  MOA with City in progress.
• Security: 98% of the tasks identified in 2004 have
  been completed. Projects on track.
• High Performance: 48% of performance reviews
  completed one week prior to anniversary date, 61%
  completed by anniversary date. Safety index at 98.6%
  as of Q3.

                 Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005    26
 Seaport Division Operating Results
                                                        2005 $
                           2004      2005      2005     Budget
       ($ in Millions)    Actual    Budget    Actual     Var.
Operating Revenue           $85.3     $88.0     $95.2      $7.2
Security Revenue             23.2       8.3       5.4      (2.9)
Total Operating Revenues    108.5      96.3     100.7       4.4
Seaport Operating Expense    39.8      39.4      36.8       2.6
Security Expense             23.7       9.0       6.5       2.5
Environmental Reserve         2.2       1.1       3.7      (2.6)
Corporate Allocations        12.0      12.7      13.3      (0.6)
Total Expenses               77.7      62.2      60.3       1.9
Net Operating Income         30.8      34.1      40.4       6.3
Seaport Division Key Variances
         Revenue Detail ($’s in Millions)

                                 Variance to
Business Unit - Revenue         Budget B(W)
Containers                                  $3.7
Docks                                       $3.0
Cruise                                       $.7
Harbor Services                              $.4
Real Estate                                 $(.6)
Security                                $(2.8)
Total                                       $4.4
 Seaport Division Key Variances
            Expense Detail ($’s in Millions)

                                      Variance to
Expense                              Budget B(W)

Security – offset by revenues               $2.2
Unemployment Reserves                       $1.2
Environmental Reserve                     $(2.6)
Maintenance                                 $(.7)
Utilities                                      $.5
All Other                                   $1.3
Total Expense                               $1.9
     Seaport Business Groups
      NOI Before Depreciation ($’s in Millions)

                                                            Variance to
                           Actual NOI                      Budget B(W)
Cargo and Cruise             $37.4                            $8.4

Harbor Services                   $1.8                         $.7

Real Estate                       $2.5                        $(2.2)

Security                        $(1.3)                        $(.6)

Total Seaport                    $40.4                        $6.3

                   Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                  30
          Seaport Capital 2005
                    $’s in Millions

Plan of   Approved         Actual             Variance Act. as %
Finance    Budget                                to     of App.
                                               Budget   Budget
$74.8      $72.0           $87.6               $(15.6)   122%




               Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005               31
        Seaport Capital Projects 2005

Spending was 122% of the approved budget for the year.

Projects not in Plan of Finance were authorized by Commission:
– Terminal 25 development for Matson $15 million.
– Terminal 91 Berth C&D and utility upgrade planning $8 million.

Shilshole Bay Marina spending was $13 million in excess of Approved Budget.
   Approved Budget was not adjusted to reflect shorter project time frame. Actual
   spending in line with Plan of Finance.

Projects less than Approved Budget due to delays:
– Terminal 5 Admin Building delayed due to weather $2.6 million.
– Terminal 115 Dock Reconstruction was delayed due to permitting issues $5
   million.
– Security due to delays on Round II projects for Tacoma and Everett, $4.3 million
   below budget.



                        Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                        32
         Seaport Recent Results
• NOI $40.4M exceeding $34M NOI target and
  triple 2002 NOI.
• 17.6% Container growth in 2005.
• 22% growth in Cruise passengers in 2005.
• Grain volumes up 30% over 2004.
• Aggressive capital project milestones met.
• Commercial building occupancy at 92%.
• Received Envirostar awards at 3 Marinas and
  Maintenance.

               Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   33
                        Seaport Division Overview
120
                        Excluding Security Grants ($’s in Millions)

      100
100
                                                                                                         95

                               88
                                                                                      85
                                                      83

 80                77
                                           75



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            2001                    2002                   2003                            2004               2005

                               Seaport Revenue   Total Expense         Seaport NOI Before Depreciation
      2005
Performance Report

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 2005 Fourth Quarter
 Performance Report

Economic Development
      Division
Economic Development Division
           Today’s Presentation
Introduction
Business Goals, Progress & Highlights
  for:
  – Real Estate Development
  – Regional Transportation
  – Economic, Business and Trade Development
2005 Operating Results
2005 Capital Program & Results
               Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   37
           Real Estate Development
            2005 Business Goals

Create regional economic vitality through three
real estate-related initiatives:
 1) Advance the planning and development of
    certain assets the Port currently owns (e.g.
    North Bay)

 2) Identify and respond to new opportunities and
    projects

 3) Seek to establish a center of expertise within the
    Port for real estate planning and development
                  Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   38
     Real Estate Development
  Progress & Business Highlights


– North Bay Project
     •   Selected preferred development alternative
     •   Published final Environmental Impact Statement
     •   Integrated planning with Pier 91 improvements
     •   Continued outreach to community
     •   Acquired Tsubota Steel site




                Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005     39
      Real Estate Development
   Progress & Business Highlights

Central Waterfront Concept Plan
      • Participated in Waterfront Partners Group

Colman Dock Expansion
      • Monitored planning efforts by WSDOT and City of
        Seattle
      • Appraising Pier 48

Waterfront Streetcar Extension
      • Completed joint feasibility study



               Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005      40
           Regional Transportation
            2005 Business Goals

Be a Catalyst for Regional Transportation
   Solutions
1)   Ensure access to existing and future Port
     facilities
2)   Enhance freight mobility
3)   Promote regional economic competitiveness




                 Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   41
      Regional Transportation
   Progress & Business Highlights
– Project Planning & Activities:
     • Viaduct/Seawall Replacement
     • SR518
     • East Marginal Way, South Downtown Rail
       Corridor/SR519
     • Magnolia Bridge, Mercer Corridor
– Defeat of I-912 maintained state funding
– Developed federal and state 2006
  legislative strategies

              Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   42
      Economic, Business & Trade
            Development
                 Business Goals


Create regional economic vitality by
  proactively seeking international and
  regional trade related opportunities

1) Regional Economic Development
2) International Trade & Business Development
3) New Business Opportunities

                Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   43
      Economic, Business & Trade
            Development
         Progress & Business Highlights
Regional Economic Development
         • Formulation and implementation of Prosperity
           Partnership’s “Regional Economic Development Strategies
           for Central Puget Sound”
             • Action Strategy Groups

International Trade and Business Development
         • Port Asia Offices (Japan, South Korea, Shanghai, Hong
           Kong and Singapore)
             • Strategy for identifying trade leads and Foreign Direct
                Investment leads, and
             • Transportation and Logistics intelligence gathering
                and interpretation
         • China Initiative

                    Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                44
     Economic, Business & Trade
           Development
      Progress & Business Highlights

Developing New Business Opportunities
       • Inland Northwest Project
           • Cruise business MOU with Shanghai Int’l Ports
             Group
           • Foreign Manufacturing Company site selection




                Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005        45
            Economic Development Division
               Operating Results
                             2004                   2005                2005 Bud Var
                            Actual          Actual        Budget        $       %


Expenses:
 Direct Op & Maint Exp      $ 2,872           2,408         3,012       604    20.1%
 Divisional Allocations               0            21               0   (21)
 Corporate Allocations            541            511              488   (23)    4.7%
Total Expenses                 3,413          2,940         3,500       560    16.0%
NOI Before
Depreciation                (3,413) (2,940) (3,500)                     303    -16.0%
 Depreciation                       93           108               72   (36)   -49.0%
NOI After Depreciation      (3,506) (3,048) (3,572)                     524    -14.7%


                          Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                         46
                 Capital Program 2005
                                                                           SR 518
                                                                      ("Gov't Expense"
                                                                          Project)
                       North Bay          Tsubota          Total R.E.    Reg. Trans.

2005 Plan of Finance      1.5                 0.0              1.5

2005 Approved Budget      1.8                 0.0               1.8
2005 Actuals              2.5                 6.1               8.6
Variance                 (0.7)               (6.1)             (6.8)

Authorization             7.3                 6.1              13.4         5.0

2005 Spending             2.5                 6.1               8.6         1.7
Previous Spending         4.0                 0.0               4.0         0.0
Total Spending            6.5                 6.1              12.6         1.7

Remaining Budget          0.8                 0.0              0.8          3.3


                       Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                       47
         2005
Performance Report
Corporate Professional &
   Technical Services
       Corporate Highlights
• Corporate performance for the year 2005 was
  $3.7 million or 6.3% unfavorable compared to
  the approved budget.
  – $1.9 million for ICT restructuring & Systems
    Remediation
  – $1.9 million in environmental reserves
• Commission meetings accessible via web-site
• Environmental Services reached agreement on
  air emissions inventory
• ICT completed restructuring

                 Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   49
        Corporate Indicators
• Workers Compensation costs decreased 19%
• 1019 employees participated in learning calendar
  classes
• Processed 7,256 employment applications
  compared to 5,155 for 2004, up 40%
• Electrical consumption decreased by 11%
• Saved $6,684,763 PV (9.97%) on bond
  Refunding


                Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005   50
            Corporate Professional and
        Technical Services Operating Results
                                           2004 YTD        2005 YTD             2005 Bud Var.
In $ Thousands                              Actual         Actual Budget       $        %

Revenues                                       1,624       1,647      1,694      (47)    -2.8%

Executive                                      1,550       1,643      1,648        5      0.3%
Commission                                       473         462        495       34      6.8%
Legal                                         11,314      12,084     10,180   (1,904)   -18.7%
Public Affairs                                 3,231       3,940      3,807     (134)    -3.5%
Government Relations                             808         859        876       17      2.0%
Engineering                                      814         726      1,127      400     35.5%
Port Construction Services                     1,843       1,840      1,304     (535)   -41.0%
Human Resources & Dev.                         2,836       3,006      3,203      196      6.1%
Labor Relations                                  533         581        647       66     10.2%
Information & Communications Technology       10,559      10,957      9,089   (1,868)   -20.5%
Finance & Budget                               1,314       1,181      1,249       68      5.4%
Accounting & Procurement Svcs.                 4,223       4,939      4,959       20      0.4%
Facilities Management                          1,995       1,775      1,739      (36)    -2.1%
Police                                        16,829      17,407     17,388      (19)    -0.1%
Contingency                                      504         486        500       14      2.9%
  Total                                       58,827      61,886     58,212   (3,674)    -6.3%



                             Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                               51
         Small Business Initiative
                Highlights
• May 2003 Port Commission adopted the Small Business
  Initiative
• Small Business Roster (SBR) developed for easy access to
  register with the Port as qualified small business
• Port set a 10% target for purchases of Goods and services from
  qualified small business
• Regional Contracting Forum: The Port was one of the lead
  agencies in planning and organizing of this forum
• Northwest Minority Showcase: The port hosted a booth in which
  major corporations, minority business, and public agencies from
  across the country came to develop business relationships and
  attend workshops




                     Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005          52
            Small Business Initiative
                        Year 2003               Year 2004                Year 2005
             Total      Total          Total    Total           Total    Total
Organization Eligible Dollars %        Eligible Dollars %       Eligible Dollars %
Aviation         99,654     5,484 5.50% 92,579       5,291 5.71% 86,619       4,799 5.54%

Seaport         34,464    2,082       6.04%     11,355       1,152        10.15%   14,572    2,298   15.77%

Corporate       49,620    4,845       9.76%     35,468       4,365        12.31%   45,311    3,607   7.96%

Econ & Trade     1,261     138       10.97%       3,066        383        12.51%    2,457     637    25.91%

POS Total      184,999   12,550       6.78% 142,468         11,191        7.86% 148,959     11,340   7.61%



                                  Port of Seattle Year End Results 2005                                  53
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