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    • Growth and SuccessWorld Tourism Forum Lucerne, 13 April 2011 James Hogan, Chief Executive Officer
    • Etihad Airways plays an integralpart of Abu Dhabi’s future Culture and Sporting Events Etihad International Airways Business Abu Dhabi 2030 Plan Airport Transport Infrastructure Tourism Infrastructure
    • KPIs of Abu Dhabi’s 2030 plan*As part of this plan the Emirate expects the following to occur: 2007 2013 2020 2030Abu Dhabi Residents (mill) 0.9 1.3 2.0 3.1Tourist Visits (mill p.a.) 1.8 3.3 4.9 7.9Hotel Rooms (000s) 10 21 50 75Golf Courses 3 10 18 25Industry Space (mill sqm) 4.0 6.5 10.0 15.0Retail Space (mill sqm) 0.9 1.5 2.5 4.0Office Space (mill sqm) 1.4 2.5 3.5 7.5* Plan Abu Dhabi 2030 –Urban Structure Framework Plan
    • Abu Dhabi (1975)
    • Abu Dhabi now
    • Tourism Transport International,Infrastructure Infrastructure Business & Education• Emirates Palace (2005) • T3 Abu Dhabi Airport • International Renewable Energy• Yas Island (2009) Agency (IRENA)- Ferrari Theme Park (2010) • Midfield Terminal Abu • MASDAR City – carbon neutral/zero Dhabi Airport waste city, a world first- F1 Grand Prix Track (2009) • Urban transport system • General Electric• Louvre Abu Dhabi (2012) • National Rail Network • Italian Ship yard• Guggenheim (2012) • Taweelah Port • New York Film Academy• Saadiyat Island • Road infrastructure, • Sorbonne University (2006)• Sir Baniyas Island (2008) tunnel and bridges • Airbus & Mubadala Aerospace –• Central Market Souk Al Ain (2009)• Qasr Al Sarab Liwa Desert • Mubadala & Rolls Royce Resort (6 star) maintenance JV in Abu Dhabi (2009) • Largest IKEA store in the Middle East on Yas Island`
    • Geography and technologyULTRA LONG-HAUL MEDIUM-HAUL ● LONG-HAUL Moscow ● ● SHORT-HAUL London ● Frankfurt ● ● Paris Minsk ● ● ● Astana ● Beijing Toronto Chicago ● ● Milan ● ● ● ● Istanbul New York Madrid ● Tehran Seoul Tokyo ●San Francisco Casablanca ● Damascus ● Shanghai ● ● ● Cairo ● Los Angeles Dallas Abu Dhabi ● Katmandu ● Guangzhou ● Hong Kong ●Jeddah Khartoum ● ● Bangkok Mumbai ● ● Manila Lagos ● Colombo ● Nairobi ● Jakarta ● ● Rio de Janeiro São Paulo ● Johannesburg ● ● Cape town Buenos Aires ● Perth ● Sydney ● Melbourne
    • What matters?• Growth - Achieve critical mass - Leverage economies of scale• Flexibility• Diversification
    • “(Etihad) has achieved similar passenger volumein less than half the time of major competitors”Passenger GrowthEtihad vs. Emirates vs. Qatar Airways 1) Etihad data 2) Literature for 2006, 2007 and 2008 data, interpolation from starting of operation 3) Emirates data from 1997 to 2010, interpolation from 1985 to 1997 Source: Airlines annual reports, Booz & Company analysis
    • Awards and recognition WORLDS BEST FIRST CLASS BEST FIRST CLASS AIRLINE SEAT BEST FIRST CLASS ONBOARD CATERINGCabin 2009 Ranking 2010 RankingFirst 7th 2ndBusiness 4th 3rdEconomy 9th 6th
    • 2008 to 2011 capacity and cask (fils/ask)ASK m Fils/ASK55,000 40.050,000 35.0 22% reduction over 2008 CASK45,000 30.040,000 25.035,000 20.030,00025,000 15.020,000 10.0 2008 2009 2010 2011 ASK CASK (all) CASK (excl fuel)
    • Forecast Passenger Fleet at 2020 Cathay Etihad Qatar British Lufthansa Emirates Air United American Delta Airways France/KLMForecast passenger fleet based on announced orders,assumed growth rates and retirement policies
    • Fleet flexibility 200 Aircraft Options >15% Growth Purchase rights 152 Aircraft Type 12.5% Growth substitution 100 Aircraft <10% Growth Slide and assignment rights Accelerate retirement plan Not extend leases Type substitution51 Aircraft (excl Freighters)2011 2020
    • Fleet flexibility – A380 & B787 delay Delay in A380 & B787 12.5% CAGR Type swap Exit of leased aircraft Retirement of older aircraft Slide Rights in order Options - B777s Type swap - B777 A320 delivery acceleration Extension of leases Delay in A380 & B7872011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
    • Enriched business model Mandates  Contribute to Abu Dhabi 2030  Be World’s Best Airline  Be Profitable Distribution Abu Dhabi Passenger Air Cargo (in partnership HubAir Transport with AD Operations Operations entities)New Abu Dhabi Aviation, Travel and Aerospace Governance Model
    • Etihad 2020 projections• Etihad Airways will be a major global business 25 million passengers a year• Up to 100 major business and leisure destinations• 27,000 employees• 155 aircraft (without exercising options or purchase rights)• Profitable and sustainable