>>
>>Embraer InvestorsConferenceLuís Carlos AffonsoChief Operating OfficerCommercial Aviation
>>Customers on Every ContinentE-Jets | 65+ Airlines. 47+ Countries. 950+ in Service.
Leadership in the 60 to 120-Seat Segment>>Share - Net OrdersComacSukhoiOthersBombardierE-Jets42%26%13%12%7%Source: EMBRAER...
Wide Range of Applications>>Source: Embraer (% of E-Jets Fleet+Backlog as of May/2013)RegionalFull-ServiceLCC20%48%32%
>>Source: Embraer (as of May 2013)A Global Market Success1,200+ firm E-Jet orders950+ deliveries1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2...
>>E-Jets | Continually EvolvingNew AvionicsFunctionalitiesInteriorImprovementsSHM / PHM20152012NoiseImprovementPackage2011...
2013 YTD396 Firm & Options>>E-Jet Orders
30 E-Jets5 x E175 – firm orders10 x E190 – firm orders15 x E-Jets – purchase rights>>
94 E-Jets47 x E175 – firm orders47 x E175 – options>>
70 E-Jets30 x E175 – firm orders40 x E175 – options>>
2 E-Jets2 x E190 – firm orders>>
>>>>200 E-Jets40 x E175 – firm orders60* x E175 – firm reconfirmable100 x E175 – options>>* reconfirmable orders subject t...
Today’s E-Jets Announcements>> 7 x E190 for Conviasa 4 x E170 for JAL (previouslyundisclosed) 1 x E190 for Air Costa (p...
E-Jets | The Future Availability of new, efficientengines Interaction with ourcustomer base Opportunities formaintenanc...
>>
>>Introducing the E-Jets E2
Right Capacities to Match Market Demand708090100110120130+1 rowsame+3 rows>>20%20%97 Seats DC106 Seats SCE190-E2118 Seats ...
E2 New Features | Not Just a Re-engine>>E175-E2 E190-E2 & E195-E2New WingMore efficient, high aspect ratiometallic wing. R...
4th Gen Full Fly-by-Wiredigital closed-loop controlto improve flying qualitiesand boost fuel efficiencyNew Interiornicer P...
Developed in partnership with>> Outstanding 4 abreast cross-section New “Look and Feel” “Wheels first” & bigger overhea...
>>Na:RangeE190-E2E195-E2E175-E2Range (NM)Full PAX (SC), LRC, typicalreserves, 100 nm alternate1, 920 1,920E175 E175-E22,35...
The right data available at the right place and at the right time.E-Jets E2 | an “e-Enabled” AircraftOperations Maintenanc...
E-Jets & E-Jets E2 Pilot Commonality Highest Commonality amongE-Jets E2 models (AAA) Fewer than 3 days transition traini...
Avionics | Honeywell Primus Epic 2Touchscreen Controls Four Larger 13”x10” DisplaysGraphical Flight PlanningNext Generatio...
Engines | PW1700G and PW1900GTotal system design for maximum efficiency. Much more than just the gear.Compositefan caseVer...
Main Systems SuppliersNew GenerationPower PlantImproved AvionicsFlaps and Slats ActuationSystems; AMSHorizontal Stabilizer...
Main Structures SuppliersAilerons and SpoilersAft fuselage segments,rudder and elevatorsVertical and horizontalstabilizers>>
A Quiet FamilyUp to 3% additional reduction in aircraft cash operating cost via lower noise fees,direct flight tracks and ...
* E-Jets baseline - 2,600FH/year; 1.5FH/FC; 10 years DMC; NPV(9%,10years)Savings of $1M to $1.5M*per aircraft over 10 year...
Fuel Burn ImprovementsFuel Burn per SeatE175-E2 (80 seats)vs. E175 (76 seats)E190-E2 (97 seats)vs. E190 (97 seats)E195-E2 ...
2Show©2013Competitive Scenario180+16014012010080SSJ95/100MRJ90ARJ21CRJ900CRJ1000CRJ700Capacity(Single Class)737-7 MAXA319n...
Applications & Market Size20-Year Market Forecast (70 to 130-seat Jets) - 6,400 Deliveries *>> Most efficient “hub feeder...
Program Investment Embraer investment on research, development and CAPEX for the E-Jets E2 familywill be US$ 1.7 billion...
2Show©2013Industrial ArchitectureUse of current instalations with minimised CAPEX impact>>FlightPreparationFinalAssemblyDe...
Manufacturing StrategyDesign for automation, minimizing labor costs and improving quality>>
List Prices (US$ million)>>Preliminary Information as of January, 2013 -- US$ 3.3/USGal, 10 years NPV @ 9% rateBetter Fuel...
Entry into Service>>E195-E2 EIS | 2019E190-E2 EIS | 1H 2018E175-E2 EIS | 2020
E-Jets E2 are designed to maximize ease of Services & SupportHigh Standard of Global Services & Supporte-solutions Technic...
Maintenance Services Segmentation>>26%54%20%14%47%39%Operators with mixed modelsOperators with own maintenanceOperators co...
E-Jets E2 | a Generational Leap led by New Technology
>>E2 Launch Customers
>>>>Launch CustomersSkyWest Inc.200 E-Jets E2100 x E175-E2 – firm orders100 x E175-E2 – purchase rights>>>>>>
>>>>Launch Customers - LOIILFC100 E-Jets E225 x E190-E2 and 25 x E195-E2 – orders25 x E190-E2 and 25 x E195-E2 – options>>...
>>Undisclosed Customers with LOIs5 Airlines from Europe; Latin America; Africa & Asia65 orders
365>>65200 100100 Firm Orders plus100 Purchase Rights+LOIs for 115 Orders plus50 Options
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  1. 1. >>
  2. 2. >>Embraer InvestorsConferenceLuís Carlos AffonsoChief Operating OfficerCommercial Aviation
  3. 3. >>Customers on Every ContinentE-Jets | 65+ Airlines. 47+ Countries. 950+ in Service.
  4. 4. Leadership in the 60 to 120-Seat Segment>>Share - Net OrdersComacSukhoiOthersBombardierE-Jets42%26%13%12%7%Source: EMBRAER and OEMs (as of May 2013)Share - DeliveriesOthersBombardierE-Jets61%33%6%
  5. 5. Wide Range of Applications>>Source: Embraer (% of E-Jets Fleet+Backlog as of May/2013)RegionalFull-ServiceLCC20%48%32%
  6. 6. >>Source: Embraer (as of May 2013)A Global Market Success1,200+ firm E-Jet orders950+ deliveries1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 201360 1122454407648621,051Net Orders46118334605802Deliveries1,200 +950+
  7. 7. >>E-Jets | Continually EvolvingNew AvionicsFunctionalitiesInteriorImprovementsSHM / PHM20152012NoiseImprovementPackage2011SteepClimb2008ETOPS 120’ E190Electronic Flight Bag2013/2014MaintenanceImprovementsFuel BurnReduction2009SteepApproachADSB-out> >>>> >
  8. 8. 2013 YTD396 Firm & Options>>E-Jet Orders
  9. 9. 30 E-Jets5 x E175 – firm orders10 x E190 – firm orders15 x E-Jets – purchase rights>>
  10. 10. 94 E-Jets47 x E175 – firm orders47 x E175 – options>>
  11. 11. 70 E-Jets30 x E175 – firm orders40 x E175 – options>>
  12. 12. 2 E-Jets2 x E190 – firm orders>>
  13. 13. >>>>200 E-Jets40 x E175 – firm orders60* x E175 – firm reconfirmable100 x E175 – options>>* reconfirmable orders subject to CPA agreement
  14. 14. Today’s E-Jets Announcements>> 7 x E190 for Conviasa 4 x E170 for JAL (previouslyundisclosed) 1 x E190 for Air Costa (previouslyundisclosed), plus2 x E170 pre-owned leased fromECC 1 x E175 for Air Lituanica pre-ownedleased from ECC
  15. 15. E-Jets | The Future Availability of new, efficientengines Interaction with ourcustomer base Opportunities formaintenance cost reduction Airbus and Boeing re-engineE-Jets 2ndGenerationE-Jets>>
  16. 16. >>
  17. 17. >>Introducing the E-Jets E2
  18. 18. Right Capacities to Match Market Demand708090100110120130+1 rowsame+3 rows>>20%20%97 Seats DC106 Seats SCE190-E2118 Seats DC132 Seats SCE195-E280 Seats DC88 Seats SCE175-E2
  19. 19. E2 New Features | Not Just a Re-engine>>E175-E2 E190-E2 & E195-E2New WingMore efficient, high aspect ratiometallic wing. Raked wing tip.Improved Avionics4 larger 13”x10” displaysand touchscreen controlsMain Landing GearEnabling larger engines. Geardoors for improved fuel efficiencyOptimized Wing/EngineDifferent wing and engine combinations for E175-E2 and E190/195-E2New EnginesLarger fan diameter andimproved fuel efficiency
  20. 20. 4th Gen Full Fly-by-Wiredigital closed-loop controlto improve flying qualitiesand boost fuel efficiencyNew Interiornicer PAX experienceand more overheadbin volumeNew Stabilizerslower drag & weightEvolution of other systems: Flight Controls, Hydraulics, Steering, Bleed and Ice ProtectionE2 New Features | Not Just a Re-engine>>APUwith higher starting/operatingaltitude and air inlet doorfor reduced drag Air Conditioninghigher capacity and improved control
  21. 21. Developed in partnership with>> Outstanding 4 abreast cross-section New “Look and Feel” “Wheels first” & bigger overhead bins Connectivity and wireless IFE Environmentally-friendly materials Easy reconfiguration modularityInterior Design>>
  22. 22. >>Na:RangeE190-E2E195-E2E175-E2Range (NM)Full PAX (SC), LRC, typicalreserves, 100 nm alternate1, 920 1,920E175 E175-E22,350 2,800E190 E190-E22,000 2,000E195 E195-E2>>
  23. 23. The right data available at the right place and at the right time.E-Jets E2 | an “e-Enabled” AircraftOperations MaintenancePassengerExperienceOn Ground and Inflight :>>
  24. 24. E-Jets & E-Jets E2 Pilot Commonality Highest Commonality amongE-Jets E2 models (AAA) Fewer than 3 days transition trainingbetween the two E-Jet generations>> Full Flight Simulator or High- LevelFlight Training Device Not required
  25. 25. Avionics | Honeywell Primus Epic 2Touchscreen Controls Four Larger 13”x10” DisplaysGraphical Flight PlanningNext Generation FMSCockpit Display of Traffic Information (CDTI)SmartRunway™ and SmartLanding™Synthetic Vision>>
  26. 26. Engines | PW1700G and PW1900GTotal system design for maximum efficiency. Much more than just the gear.Compositefan caseVery high bypasslight-weight fanFan DriveGear System(FDGS)High efficiency advanced HPTAdvanced aerodynamics;durability technologies3-stagehigh-speed LPT2/3-stagehigh-speedLPC>>
  27. 27. Main Systems SuppliersNew GenerationPower PlantImproved AvionicsFlaps and Slats ActuationSystems; AMSHorizontal StabilizerActuation SystemWheels & Brakes;APU; Electrical SystemFly-by-wirePrimary Flight Controls>>
  28. 28. Main Structures SuppliersAilerons and SpoilersAft fuselage segments,rudder and elevatorsVertical and horizontalstabilizers>>
  29. 29. A Quiet FamilyUp to 3% additional reduction in aircraft cash operating cost via lower noise fees,direct flight tracks and curfew extensions65% Reduction in Noise Contour,Paris - Charles De Gaulle Airport>>E190-E2 equipped with PW1900GE190-E2
  30. 30. * E-Jets baseline - 2,600FH/year; 1.5FH/FC; 10 years DMC; NPV(9%,10years)Savings of $1M to $1.5M*per aircraft over 10 yearsMaintenance Cost Advantage15% Lower Maintenance Cost>> Increased systems reliability Reduction of spare parts cost Improved corrosion protection Structural robustness at EIS Longer intervals (850FH / 8,500FH) Advanced health monitoring system Competitive comprehensive serviceportfolio
  31. 31. Fuel Burn ImprovementsFuel Burn per SeatE175-E2 (80 seats)vs. E175 (76 seats)E190-E2 (97 seats)vs. E190 (97 seats)E195-E2 (118 seats)vs. E195 (106 seats)-16%-23%-16%0%-5%-10%-15%-20%-25%>>>>Target values for 600 nm sector; Dual Class configuration;
  32. 32. 2Show©2013Competitive Scenario180+16014012010080SSJ95/100MRJ90ARJ21CRJ900CRJ1000CRJ700Capacity(Single Class)737-7 MAXA319neoA320neo737-8MAXCS100CS300E175-E2E190-E2E195-E2
  33. 33. Applications & Market Size20-Year Market Forecast (70 to 130-seat Jets) - 6,400 Deliveries *>> Most efficient “hub feeder” Lower cost-per-seat than current Turboprops Efficient complement to narrowbody operations New market developer Capacity growth for current E-Jet operators Similar cost-per-seat to A320neo and 737-8 Max Low Cost operation in mid-density marketsE190-E2E195-E2E175-E2* Embraer market forecast
  34. 34. Program Investment Embraer investment on research, development and CAPEX for the E-Jets E2 familywill be US$ 1.7 billion Investment will be supported by Embraer’s cash generation and debt. Investments span from 2013 to 2020 with more concentration in 2014 - 2017>>
  35. 35. 2Show©2013Industrial ArchitectureUse of current instalations with minimised CAPEX impact>>FlightPreparationFinalAssemblyDeliveryStructural Assembly,Fuselage JunctionWing to FuselageJunction andPre-equippingEGMBOTELEBEvoraExternalSuppliersPaintingComponents andStructuresAircraft
  36. 36. Manufacturing StrategyDesign for automation, minimizing labor costs and improving quality>>
  37. 37. List Prices (US$ million)>>Preliminary Information as of January, 2013 -- US$ 3.3/USGal, 10 years NPV @ 9% rateBetter Fuel Consumption Gain• E175 E2: US$ 4.8M• E190 E2: US$ 7.0M• E195 E2: US$ 6.5MMaintenance Cost Reduction Gain• US$ 1.0~1.5ME175AR (8E5): 42.9E190AR (10E5):47.4E195AR (10E5): 50.1E-JetsE175-E246.8E190-E253.6E195-E260.4delta: 3.9 Mdelta: 6.2 Mdelta: 10.3 ME-Jets E2Seat Capacity Increase Gain• E175 E2: US$ 1.6M (4 seats)• E195 E2: US$ 4.8M (12 seats)
  38. 38. Entry into Service>>E195-E2 EIS | 2019E190-E2 EIS | 1H 2018E175-E2 EIS | 2020
  39. 39. E-Jets E2 are designed to maximize ease of Services & SupportHigh Standard of Global Services & Supporte-solutions Technical Support Field Support Flight OperationsTraining Maintenance Material Aircraft Modification>>
  40. 40. Maintenance Services Segmentation>>26%54%20%14%47%39%Operators with mixed modelsOperators with own maintenanceOperators contracting maintenanceUpside potential for E-Jets E2 maintenance servicesE-Jets E-Jets E2 Projection
  41. 41. E-Jets E2 | a Generational Leap led by New Technology
  42. 42. >>E2 Launch Customers
  43. 43. >>>>Launch CustomersSkyWest Inc.200 E-Jets E2100 x E175-E2 – firm orders100 x E175-E2 – purchase rights>>>>>>
  44. 44. >>>>Launch Customers - LOIILFC100 E-Jets E225 x E190-E2 and 25 x E195-E2 – orders25 x E190-E2 and 25 x E195-E2 – options>>>>>>
  45. 45. >>Undisclosed Customers with LOIs5 Airlines from Europe; Latin America; Africa & Asia65 orders
  46. 46. 365>>65200 100100 Firm Orders plus100 Purchase Rights+LOIs for 115 Orders plus50 Options

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