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    2006* ApresentaçãO Sobre AviaçãO Executiva Em Ny   Somente Em Ingles 2006* ApresentaçãO Sobre AviaçãO Executiva Em Ny Somente Em Ingles Presentation Transcript

    • NYSE Opening Bell Ceremony Luís Carlos Affonso Executive Vice-President, Executive Jets September 05th,2006
    • Forward Looking Statement This presentation includes forward-looking statements or statements about events or circumstances which have not occurred. We have based these forward-looking statements largely on our current expectations and projections about future events and financial trends affecting our business and our future financial performance. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions, including, among other things: general economic, political and business conditions, both in Brazil and in our market. The words “believes,” “may,” “will,” “estimates,” “continues,” “anticipates,” “intends,” “expects” and similar words are intended to identify forward-looking statements. We undertake no obligations to update publicly or revise any forward-looking statements because of new information, future events or other factors. In light of these risks and uncertainties, the forward- looking events and circumstances discussed in this presentation might not occur. Our actual results could differ substantially from those anticipated in our forward-looking statements.
    • Market Figures
    • Business Aviation Market Size US$ 35.3 bi 3.6 US$ 27.1 bi 6.5 Fractional Ownership 2.0 Charter + Aircraft Management 4.4 4.7 FBO 4.0 2.7 1.2 MRO 2.3 Completion + 1.0 Refurbishment 16.6 13.3 Airframe / OEM (2005 US$ billion) Source: AT Kearney and Embraer estimates 2005 2015e 9,680 executive jets US$ 144 billion in the next 10 years
    • Main demand drivers Stock market Macro-economic Corporate Profits performance factors (GDP) Individual Wealth 5.7% 4.5% 2005 3.5% 3.1% 1.8% 2.1% 6.1% 4.2% 2006-15e Eastern Europe North America Western Europe Middle East 6.8% 5.3% 5.1% 4.5% 4.4% 3.7% Africa Asia Pacific not including Japan Latin America WORLD 3.6 % 3.1 % Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit and Global Insight – May 2005 & April 2006 Worldwide deliveries of new executive jets 2005: + 27% 2006-2015: + 4.4% (cagr)
    • “Premium” customers are under served USA Europe 100% 3% 5% 9% 8% 12% 16% 15% 12% 17% 5% 19% 80% 27% 11% 19% 37% 35% 60% 85% 87% 40% 76% 72% 64% 65% 51% 50% 20% 0% 1995 2000 2005E 2010E 1995 2000 2005E 2010E Network Low Cost Regional Lower number of destinations Greater door-to-door elapsed time Source: Embraer analysis.
    • Hassle factor: Growing delays in US and Europe USA SEA MSP PDX DTW BOS 73% ORD EWR of pax at 35 hubs SLC DEN MDW CLE PIT BWI IAD DCA JFK LGA HNL SFO LAS STL CVG 90% of delays at main hubs LAX SAN PHX DFW MEM ATL CLT IAH TPA MCO FLL MIA AVIÔES EM FILA Europe 13% flight delays increase in 2005 World Terrorism threat increased hassle factor Sources: FAA 2005 Eurocontrol 2006
    • Industry answer: business models evolution Yearly Total Cost Cost Traditional Ownership Branded Charter Aircraft Management Fractional Ownership New business Excellent Examples Jet cards memberships Used Fractional models Charter On-Demand Scheduled Charter Air Taxi “Bizav” Airline Commercial Aviation Source:: Embraer (adapted from Jet Solutions)
    • Vision To become a major player in the Business Aviation Market within 10 years by providing innovative and differentiating product and service solutions with added value to our customers and shareholders.
    • Product portfolio expansion (jets) Ultra Large Lineage™ 1000 Ultra-Long Range Large Legacy™ 600 Super Mid-Size Mid-size Mid-light Light Phenom™ 100 Very Light Phenom™ 300
    • Vision To become a leading Support & Services provider in the Business Aviation Market within 3 years through a genuine customer relationship and best practices.
    • Integrated Solution Comprehensive Training Program Outstanding Technical Support Reputable Maintenance Services (Owned and Authorized network) Embraer Executive Care programs Excellent Parts Support & Repairs
    • Legacy™ 600 Program Update
    • The world discovers the Legacy™ 600 USA 36 EUROPE 28 ASIA 7 MIDDLE EAST 5 LATIN AMERICA 3 AFRICA 1 TOTAL 80 31 Aug 2006 80 aircraft, 18 countries, the right choice
    • Competitive Analysis – Floor Plans Superior Privacy and Comfort
    • Legacy™ 600 Landmarks Promises made, delivered … and more on the way
    • Market share - super midsize category 15% 13.5% 13% 25-30 a/c 12% 12% 10% 20 a/c 13 13 10 a/c a/c a/c 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007-2015 July 2006 2005: deliveries growth of 54%
    • Phenom™ 100 Program Update
    • Phenom™ 100 Interior design Preliminary data
    • Phenom™ 100 and Phenom™ 300 Prodigy™ - Avionics based on Garmin system Preliminary data
    • Phenom™ 100 Layout Configuration Comparison – Jets Preliminary data Phenom™ 100 Eclipse 500 Mustang Adam 700 CJ1 (Entry Level Jet) Source: Conklin & de Decker Aircraft Comparator 2005/2006 – Manufacturers’ web sites and promotional material
    • Phenom™ 100 Cross-section Comparison – Jets Preliminary data 4ft 8in (1.42 m) 4ft 7in (1.40 m) 4ft 11in (1.50 m) 4ft 11in (1.50 m) 4ft 2in (1.27 m) 4ft 6in (1.37 m) 5ft 1in (1.55 m) 5ft 1in (1.55 m) Phenom™ 100 vs. Eclipse 500 Phenom™ 100 vs. Mustang Source: Conklin & de Decker Aircraft Comparator 2005/2006 – Manufacturers’ web sites and promotional material
    • Phenom™ 100 Layout and Cross-section Comparison – Turboprops Preliminary data Cross-section Comparison 4ft 6 in (1.45 m) 4ft 11in (1.50 m) 4ft 10in (1.37 m) 5ft 1in (1.55 m) Phenom™ 100 King Air C90GT Phenom™ 100 vs. King Air C90GT Source: Conklin & de Decker Aircraft Comparator 2005/2006 – Manufacturers’ web sites and promotional material
    • Phenom™ 100 Competitive Analysis – Turboprop Preliminary data Characteristics Phenom™ 100 King Air C90GT Range (nm)1 1,160 1,025 High Speed Cruise (KTAS)1 380 270 MMO1 M 0.70 N/A Maximum Op. Altitude (ft)1 41,000 30,000 Takeoff Field Length (ft)2 3,400 2,392 Total Baggage Capacity (cuft)1 55 48 List Price (US$ Million)3 2.85 2.95 Assumptions
    • Phenom™ 100 Competitive Analysis – Turboprop - Assumptions Preliminary data 1 – All aircraft ranges considers NBAA IFR Reserves with 100 nm alternate, 4 occupants @ 200lb each. King Air C90GT from OEM Website – Feb 2006. The High Speed Cruise, Baggage Compartment and Maximum Operating Altitude data were obtained in the same sources. 2 – ISA, MTOW, Sea Level 3 – KingAirC90GT Price from www.AviationNow.com NBAA 2005 on line Show News
    • Integrated Development Embraer uses a full range of technologies to enable a complete development integration for its products. Catia V5 is extensively being used. It is a successful heritage that comes from Embraer Commercial aircraft experience and is being applied to the Phenom™ 100 and Phenom™ 300.
    • Phenom™ 100 – Wind Tunnel Test Campaign E D L ET O MP C Phase I - USA UWAL - University of Washington Aeronautical Laboratory Phase II - Brazil CTA - General Command for Aerospace Technology Phase III - Russia TsAGI – Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute Design specifications confirmed
    • Phenom™ 100 – First Metal Cut D E L ET O MP C May 2006 Section of the fuselage that connects the airframe with the engine’s pylon
    • Phenom™ 100 – Engine first run E D L ET O MP C Pratt & Whitney Canada PW 617F On schedule for the first flight
    • Phenom™ 100 – Master Phase Plan 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Business Case Approval Business Plan Preparation Business Plan Approval (Official “Go-Ahead”) Joint Definition Phase Detailed Design and Flight Test Campaign First Metal Cut Sub-Assembly Final Assembly First Flight Entry Into Service
    • Phenom™ 100 Entry into Service: mid-2008 Price: US$ 2.85 million* * Jan 2005 economic conditions
    • Phenom™ 300 Program Update
    • Phenom™ 300 Interior design by Preliminary data
    • Phenom™ 300 Baggage Compartment Preliminary data Baggage Compartment - 66 cuft FWD Baggage Compartment - 5 cuft Wardrobe - 5 cuft Competitors Main Baggage Compartment Hawker 400XP: 26 cuft Citation Encore: 28 cuft Citation CJ3: 50 cuft Sources: B&CA Purchase Planning Handbook – May 2005
    • Phenom™ 300 Layout Configuration Comparison Preliminary data PhenomTM 300 CJ2+ Bravo CJ3 Encore (Mid-Light) Source: Conklin & de Decker Aircraft Comparator 2005/2006 – Manufacturers’ web sites and promotional material
    • Phenom™ 300 Cross-section Comparison Preliminary data Phenom™ 300 – walkthrough cabin 4ft 10in (1.47 m) 4ft 11in (1.50 m) 4ft 9in (1.45 m) 5ft 1in (1.55 m) Phenom™ 300 vs. CJ2+ / Bravo / CJ3 / Encore (Mid-Light Jet) Source: Conklin & de Decker Aircraft Comparator 2005/2006 – Manufacturers’ web sites and promotional material
    • Phenom™ 300 – Wind Tunnel Test Campaign TsAGI – Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute - Russia Ongoing campaign
    • Phenom™ 300 – Master Phase Plan 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Business Case Approval Business Plan Preparation Business Plan Approval (Official “Go-Ahead”) Joint Definition Phase Detailed Design and Flight Tests Entry Into Service
    • Phenom™ 300 Entry into Service: mid-2009 Price: US$ 6.65 million
    • Embraer LineageTM 1000
    • Embraer LineageTM 1000 - Interior illustrative purposes only
    • Lineage 1000 Performance Range: 4,200 nm* MMO : Mach 0.82 * NBAA IFR reserves (35 min) with 200 nm alternate; 8 passengers @ 200 lb, ISA. Range circles consider 85% annual winds,, 3% allowance Preliminary data
    • Embraer Lineage™ 1000 Entry into Service: mid-2008 Price US$ 40.95 million* * Jan 2006 economic conditions
    • Phenom™ 100 and Phenom™ 300 Fleet Customer operation
    • Phenom™ 100 and Phenom™ 300 – design drivers Premium comfort Docile flying characteristics Outstanding performance Next generation engines Low operating cost Designed for high utilization Human factors High availability
    • High Utilization – based on 4 main fundamentals Low operating cost Designed for high utilization
    • High Utilization – based on 4 main fundamentals Operation Economic Life Maintenance Reliability & Dispatchability
    • High Utilization – based on 4 main fundamentals Economic Life
    • Economic Life - 10 years typical utilization Preliminary data Air Taxi (20,000) Fractional (12,000) Charter & Branded Charter (8,000) Private Owner (2,000) 15,000 VLJ (nearest Phenom 100 competitor) 35,000 EXTENDED LIFE Cycles Favors Residual Value
    • High Utilization – based on 4 main fundamentals Extended Economic Life Reliability & Dispatchability
    • Reliability / Dispatchability Preliminary data High MTBF IESI – Integrated Electronic Standby Instruments FADEC’s 10 times better MTBF All main electronics inside pressurized areas Maturity plan Avionics Pressurization Controller Power Distribution
    • Reliability / Dispatchability Preliminary data Displays Interchangeability The aircraft can be dispatched with PFD2 failed: If PFD1 is failed: If MFD is failed:
    • Reliability / Dispatchability Low Turn-Around Time (TAT) Phenom™ 300: Externally Serviced Lavatory Single Point Refueling Preliminary data
    • High Utilization – based on 4 main fundamentals Extended Economic Life Outstanding Maintenance Reliability & Dispatchability
    • Maintenance Low intervention philosophies (MSG-3) simple maintenance procedures reduced number of tasks with higher intervals Quick fault location and isolation up to component level Highly integrated central maintenance computer (engine, avionics & other systems – AMS, electrical etc) Ground Connectivity - Data link capability (road map) Network Trend and exceedance Remote Diagnostic Two way high speed Phase 1 – On Ground Datalink Preliminary data
    • High Utilization – based on 4 main fundamentals Operation Extended Economic Life Outstanding Simple Reliability & Maintenance Dispatchability
    • Operation – increased operational safety level Usual tasks Phenom Tasks Focus on Human Factors Press Button Start Switch Engine start Fuel ON Reduced pilot workload workload Engine Parameters Monitor High situational awareness Gen ON Gen Load Check Av Master ON Standby horizon Brakes chk Brakes chk Flaps and speed brake Flaps and speed brake Chk elect trim disconnect Pitot / static Ignition on Check thrust rev Functionalities IESI – Integrated Electronic Standby Instrument Integrated EICAS – Engine Indication and Crew Alert System Synoptic graphics Moving map Weather datalink & weather radar Autopilot guidance controller Preliminary data
    • High Utilization – based on 4 main fundamentals Easy Extended Operation Economic Life Outstanding Simple Reliability & Maintenance Dispatchability Enables intense operation and favors residual value
    • Phenom™ 100 and Phenom™ 300 – design drivers Low operating cost Designed for high utilization
    • Low operating cost Phenom™ 100 Phenom™ 300 DOC: US$ 440 / FH * DOC: US$ 700 / FH * 20% lower than an entry level jet 20% lower than a a light jet (Citation CJ1)* (Hawker 400XP)* 12% lower than King Air C90B 16% lower than a mid-light jet for a 600 nm mission** (Citation Encore)* * Per B&CA assumptions – Typical Bizjet Operation ** B&CA Operations Planning Guide – August 2005 Preliminary data
    • Phenom™ 300 Expert opinion Preliminary data
    • Sales and Backlog as of June 30th, 2006 Firm Orders Backlog US$ 1.25 billion Firm Orders more than 235 units
    • Expected Production Plan – Legacy™ 600 2004 2005 2006 2007 13 20 25 - 30 25 - 30 (units) Legacy™ 600
    • Expected Production Plan – PhenomTM 100 & PhenomTM 300 2008 Phenom™ 100 15 - 20 (units) 2009 120 - 150 (units) Phenom™ 100 & Phenom™ 300
    • Expected Production Plan – LineageTM 1000 2008 2009 up to 2 3-4 (units) Lineage™ 1000
    • Thank You !
    • Phenom™ 100 and Phenom™ 300 – breakthrough products Join me in welcoming our customers JetBird and Magnum Jet in USA in Europe
    • Due to time span between the date of this document/presentation and the entry into service of the aircraft, Embraer reserves the right to revise this document/presentation whenever occasioned by product improvement, government regulations or other good cause. The information contained herein is the property of Embraer S.A. and shall not be copied or used in any manner except with Embraer´s written consent.