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  • Several initiatives will contribute to reduce the aviation impact on environment and we are investing to get where we need to achieve society requirements; Alternative fuels is key factor for us; Engine: To improve efficiency we will work together with our suppliers to develop breakthrough technologies; Computer design and aerodynamics tools help our engineering team to develop lighter airplanes Advanced systems permit our airplane to fly more precisely and more efficiency. Technologies examples (backup): Advanced Systems More Electric Fuel Cells Advanced Avionics and Flight Control Best in class Operational Procedures Design & Aerodynamics Wing / Fuselage Design CFD MDO Advanced Structure : Composite Metallic Advanced Materials Alternative Fuels Ethanol Biokerosene

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  • October 26th, 2009 EMBRAER AT A GLANCE
    • After World War ll - strategic national aircraft manufacturing project
    • The creation of CTA and ITA
    • Embraer established in 1969
    Evolution Origin and Development Privatization (1994)
    • The integration of two cultures
    Technological & Industrial Entrepreneurial +
  • Aerospace Industry Fundamentals SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS Customer Satisfaction Base of our entrepreneurial action High Technology Qualified People Flexibility Cash Intensiveness Global Presence
  • High Technology Ergonomics Analysis Virtual Reality Center In operation since Feb 2000 Intelligent interface for structural analysis and project Output: CATIA model for rib Output: wing model for structural analysis Knowledge Based Engineering Automation of routine project activities
  • High Technology
    • Digital “Mock-up” – EMBRAER 170
    • Structural Tension Simulations
    • Fluid Dynamics
    • Composite Materials
  • Qualified People Number of Employees BRAZIL 16,095 USA 565 CHINA 43 FRANCE 234 SINGAPORE 49 April / 97 was the lowest level of employment – 3,200 people Dec / 94 Embraer was privatized * not counting the employees of its subsidiaries OGMA and HEAI.
  • Qualified People Educational Levels* 06/30/09 * Brazilian Units Minimum educational level – High School
  • Embraer Units - Brazil Brazil São José dos Campos Eugênio de Melo Gavião Peixoto Botucatu Taubaté Eugênio de Melo Unit - EGM São José dos Campos - SP São José dos Campos - SP Faria Lima Unit - FL Taubaté Unit – Distribution Center Taubaté - SP São José dos Campos - SP ELEB
  • Embraer Units - Brazil Brazil São José dos Campos Eugênio de Melo Gavião Peixoto Botucatu Taubaté Botucatu - SP Botucatu Unit - BOT Gavião Peixoto Unit - GPX Gavião Peixoto - SP
  • Embraer Units - Abroad USA Fort Lauderdale Nashville Melbourne Embraer Aircraft Maintenance Services Nashville, TN - USA Embraer Aircraft Holding Fort Lauderdale, FL - USA Embraer Customer Center Melbourne, FL - USA
  • Embraer Units - Abroad France Villepinte Le Bourget Singapore Singapore Embraer Aviation Europe Villepinte - France Embraer Le Bourget Service Center Le Bourget - France Embraer Singapore Singapore
  • Embraer Units - Abroad China Beijing Harbin Portugal Alverca OGMA Alverca - Portugal Embraer Harbin Harbin - China Embraer China Beijing - China Embraer Évora - Portugal
  • Business Areas Commercial Aviation Market Defense Systems Executive Aviation Market
  • Commercial Aircraft
  • ERJ 145 Family 50 Seats (2,000 nm range) 50 Seats (1,550 nm range) 37 Seats (1,750 nm range) 44 Seats (1,650 nm range) 26 460,000,000 15,400,000 Number of countries in operation: Approximate number of carried passengers: Flight hours:
  • ERJ 145 Family Order Book (as per 3th Quarter, 2009) 11 11 - - Firm Backlog 879 915 25 890 Total 697 733 25 708 ERJ 145 74 74 - 74 ERJ 140 108 108 - 108 ERJ 135 Deliveries Total Options Firm Orders
  • EMBRAER 170/190 Family 108 to 122 Seats – 2,200 nm Range Certification – 2nd Q/2006 98 to 114 Seats – 2,400 nm Range Certification – 3rd Q/2005 78 to 88 Seats – 2,000 nm Range Certification – 4th Q/2004 70 to 80 Seats – 2,100 nm Range Certification – 1st Q/2004 35 133,000,000 2,900,000 Number of countries in operation: Approximate number of carried passengers: Flight hours:
  • EMBRAER 170/190 Family Order Book (as per 3th Quarter, 2009) 68 44 188 76 112 EMBRAER 195 295 185 12 30 Firm Backlog 582 1669 792 877 Total 251 883 447 436 EMBRAER 190 123 308 173 135 EMBRAER 175 164 290 96 194 EMBRAER 170 Deliveries Total Options Firm Orders
  • Defense Systems
  • Super Tucano
    • High-performance evolution of the proven EMB 312 Tucano
    • State-of-the-art systems and advanced avionics
    • Optimized for basic/advanced training and operational applications in hostile environments
    • Operation from unprepared runways, day or night
  • AMX/A-1M
    • Advanced and fighter lead-in training aircraft
    • Baseline avionics architecture commonality with the Super Tucano
  • ISR Systems – Special Mission Aircraft EMB 145 Multi Intel Airborne Ground Surveillance and Strategic Intelligence EMB 145 MP Maritime Patrol EMB 145 AEW&C Airborne Early Warning & Control ISR Intelligence – Surveillance – Reconnaissance
  • EMBRAER KC-390
    • Able to transport troops, vehicles and all kinds of cargo and to airdrop paratroops and cargo, including LAPES (low altitude parachute extraction system)
    • Capable of operating from short and semi-prepared runways
    • State-of-the-art avionics and full night vision goggles (NVG) compatibility
    • New-generation military airlift and tanker aircraft
    • 19 metric ton maximum payload
    • Maximum range in excess of 3,300 nautical miles (about 6,200 km)
    • Optimized full fly-by-wire flight controls system
  • Executive Aviation Market
  • Phenom 100 * NBAA IFR (35 min) Reserves + 100 nm alternate; 4 occupants @ 200 lb (91 kg) 41,000 ft 390 ktas 1,178 nm Phenom 100 12,500 m Mach 0.70 722 km/h 2,150 km 6 – 8 (Seats, Occupants) Maximum Operational Altitude MMO Maximum Cruise Speed Range* Number of seats
  • Phenom 100
  • Phenom 300 All preliminary data * NBAA IFR (35 min) Reserves + 100 nm alternate; 6 occupants @ 200 lb (91 kg) 45,000 ft 450 ktas 1,800 nm Phenom 300 13,700 m Mach 0.78 835 km/h 3,335 km 8 – 10 (Seats, Occupants) Maximum Operational Altitude MMO Maximum Cruise Speed Range* Number of seats
  • Phenom 300
  • Legacy 450 * Range @ M 0.80, 2 pilots + 4 pax (200lb), NBAA IFR res. All preliminary data 45,000ft 470ktas 2,300nm Legacy 450 13,700m Mach 0.83 870 km/h 4,260km 7 – 9 passengers + 2 crew Maximum Operational Altitude MMO Maximum Cruise Speed Range* Number of occupants
  • Legacy 450 Preliminary concepts
  • Legacy 500 * Range @ LRC, 2 pilots + 4 pax (200lb), NBAA IFR res, 200nm alt airport All preliminary data 45,000ft 470ktas 3,000nm Legacy 500 13,700m Mach 0.83 870 km/h 5,560km 8 – 12 passengers + 2 crew Maximum Operational Altitude MMO Maximum Cruise Speed Range* Number of occupants
  • Legacy 500 Preliminary concepts
  • Legacy 600 * NBAA Reserves (8 pax, PMD, 0.74 M, ISA) 41,000 ft 459 ktas 3,400 nm Legacy 600 12,500 m Mach 0.80 850 km/h 6,297 km 13 – 14 (Seats, Occupants)+3 crew Maximum Operational Altitude MMO Maximum Cruise Speed Range* Number of seats
  • Legacy 600
  • Lineage 1000 All preliminary data * NBAA IFR (35 min) Reserves + 200 nm alternate; 8 passengers @ 200 lb 41,000 ft 470 ktas 4,400 nm Lineage 1000 12,500 m Mach 0.82 870 km/h 8,149 km 13 – 19 (Seats, Occupants)+3 crew Maximum Operational Altitude MMO Maximum Cruise Speed Range* Number of seats
  • Lineage 1000 – Lounge All preliminary data
  • Embraer Environmental Initiatives
  • Achievements in Environmental Initiatives
    • Ipanema: First certified and serialized 100% biofuel powered aircraft
    • Gavião Peixoto facility reforestation project:
      • 600,000 trees
      • 350 hectare area
    ISO 14001 since 2002  First in the Industry
  • Environmentally Friendly Research Programs Powerplants Design & Aerodynamics Biofuels Structures Systems
  • Economic-Financial Performance
  • Capital Structure August 31st, 2009 Common (Voting) Shares: 723,665,044 (100%) * Does not include16.8 million shares held on treasury.
  • Evolution of Aircraft Deliveries Forecast 3rd Quarter 2009: 57 aircraft delivered Actual
  • Net Revenue (U.S. GAAP) US$ million 96% of revenue is exports Actual
  • Revenue per Segment Revenue per Segment (3Q09) Revenue by Region (2Q09)
  • Net Income (U.S. GAAP) US$ million Actual
  • Investments US$ million
  • Backlog US$ billion 3nd Quarter 2009 – US$ 18.6 billion in firm orders Options – US$ 24.5 billion
  • Exports US$ million Embraer accounted for 2,9% of Brazilian exports through December 2008. (*)Source: Foreign Trade Department Secretary.
  • Employee Benefits
    • Salaries: R$ 1,324 million
    • Variable Income : R$ 89 million
    • Benefits: R$ 212 million
    Benefits Data base reference 2008
  • Thank you!
  • This document may contain projections, statements and estimates regarding circumstances or events yet to take place. Those projections and estimates are based largely on current expectations, forecasts on future events and financial tendencies that affect Embraer’s businesses. Those estimates are subject to risks, uncertainties and suppositions that include, among others: general economic, political and trade conditions in Brazil and in those markets where Embraer does business; expectations on industry trends; the Company’s investment plans; its capacity to develop and deliver products on the dates previously agreed upon, and existing and future governmental regulations. The words “believe”, “may”, “is able”, “will be able”, “intend”, “continue”, “anticipate”, “expect” and other similar terms are supposed to identify potentialities. Embraer does not feel compelled to publish updates nor to revise any estimates due to new information, future events or any other facts. In view of the inherent risks and uncertainties, such estimates, events and circumstances may not take place. The actual results can therefore differ substantially from those previously published as Embraer expectations. Embraer reserves the right to revise this document whenever occasioned by product improvements, governmental regulations or other good cause. All figures, finishing materials and colors are for illustration purpose only, and may not represent the real and final product accurately. Some features are optional items not included in the baseline aircraft and are subject to price increase and lead-time analysis. All data presented shall not be used as guarantee. Guaranteed specifications are listed in section 4 of the preliminary technical description and represent the only binding guarantee.