OAR 738-015-0010
Commercial Aeronautical Lease Applicant’s Financial Responsibility and Experience


All persons applying for a lease for commercial aeronautical activity at a State-owned airport must demonstrate the financial capability and responsibility to:


Initiate proposed commercial aeronautical activities;


Construct proposed improvements; and


Provide working capital to perform proposed activities for the lease term.


The demonstration of financial capability shall include:


Projected cash flow and profit-and-loss calculations for the first five (5) years of the proposed operation;


A three-year historical profit-and-loss statement (if applicable); and


A current (within 90 days) balance sheet.


A prospective Lessee who will be constructing lease property improvements shall provide the Department evidence of financial capacity in one of the following forms:


A performance bond in the amount equal to the cost for constructing the proposed improvements, which may be supplied by a contractor;


An irrevocable letter of credit guaranteeing funds to complete the project;


An escrow agreement administered by a title and escrow company; or


A trust administered by a commercial bank.


The prospective Lessee shall furnish the Department with a statement of its past experience in providing the specified commercial aeronautical service for which the application is being made, including:


Résumés of management individuals who will be directly responsible for the proposed commercial operation; and


Business, financial and managerial references.

Source: Rule 738-015-0010 — Commercial Aeronautical Lease Applicant's Financial Responsibility and Experience, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=738-015-0010.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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