Emb day commercial aviation oct2013

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Emb day commercial aviation oct2013

  1. 1. Commercial Aviation Update Paulo César de Souza e Silva President - Commercial Aviation Oct/2013
  2. 2. Strategic Objectives • Leadership in the Commercial Aviation (up 130 seats) • Increased results from Services and Support • Products that satisfy market needs (reliable, efficient, flexible, passenger appeal and preference, performance and economics) • Diversified customer base • Customer base expansion through leasing companies • Excellence in Customer Experience (ECE) This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  3. 3. ERJ 145 Family • 715 ERJs in service with schedule & nonschedule airlines • 535 ERJs in USA • Hub feeder (low-mid density markets) • Increased presence in non-mature countries – regional air transportation: • Africa (from 2008 to 2013): • ERJ fleet increased from 8 to 39 ; Operators from 5 to 15 Air Namibia - Namibia Swaziland Airlink - Swaziland Air26 - Angola Punto Azul - Equatorial Guinea SA Airlink – South Africa Mocambique EXpresso Mozambique This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  4. 4. E-Jets Global Market Success 1,360+ 947 1,000+ 876 699 Net Orders 619 490 Deliveries 343 209 110 118 46 1999-2000 2001-2002 2003-2004 2005-2006 2007-2008 2009-2010 2011-3Q13 Source: Embraer (Sep/2013 - Scheduled Airlines and Leasing Co.) This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  5. 5. 1,000 E-Jets Delivered Mar 2004 Sep 2013 First Delivery Oct 2005 Dec 2006 Oct 2007 May 2008 Dec 2008 Sep 2009 Nov 2010 Sep 2011 Oct 2012 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  6. 6. Leadership in Commercial Aviation Net Orders Market Share 7% Deliveries Market Share 7% Comac 7% Others Sukhoi 12% 50% Others 32% 61% Bombardier 24% Bombardier Source: Embraer and OEMs (2004-Sep/2013: 70-130 seat jets) E-Jets: since 2004 50% of orders 61% of deliveries This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  7. 7. 2013: Market Confidence on E-Jets Customer Republic – American Eagle 47 E175 United Airlines 30 E175 Austral Líneas Aéreas 2 E190 Air Costa 1 E190 SkyWest Airlines 40 E175 100 E175-E2 Conviasa 7 E190 Japan Airlines 4 E170 ILFC 25 E190-E2 25 E195-E2 Aurigny Air Services 1 E195 Belavia Source: Embraer (Oct/13) Firm Orders 2 E195 284 Firm Orders This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  8. 8. Backlog Evolution 14 11,5 12 US$ Billion 10 8 7,9 7,6 7,7 5,8 6 4 2 0 Dec/2009 Dec/2010 Dec/2011 Dec/2012 Sep/2013 Source: Embraer This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  9. 9. E-Jets Diversified Customer Base 65 Airlines from 46 Countries Oct/2013 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  10. 10. E-Jets Global Market Success Customer Base – Increased number of Operators 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Source: Embraer (former E-Jets operators not included) This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  11. 11. E-Jets Financing Partners Yangtze River International Leasing Source: Embraer (Jun/2013) This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  12. 12. E-Jets Worldwide Presence Emerging Markets Developed (Mature) Markets 431 E-Jets 34 Operators 30 Countries 823 E-Jets 30 Operators 16 Countries Developing air transportation in Emerging Markets Bringing further network efficiency in Developed Markets Source: Ascend, Global Insight Fleet in Service + Backlog, Scheduled Operators only. This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  13. 13. Developing Network in Africa E190 E170 Source: Kenya, OAG This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  14. 14. Developing a Hub in Argentina Source: Aerolineas Argentinas (May/2013) This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  15. 15. Replacing Less Efficient Aircraft in Europe 20 Fokker 100 22 E190 22 E190 10 Fokker 100, 5 Fokker 70 10 E190, 16 E170 10 Avro RJ100, 2 Avro RJ85 9 E190, 6 E170 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  16. 16. Efficient Capacity Management in Europe Rome A320 E195 Munich A321 E195 A320 E195 Non-peak E195 complementing narrowbody operations This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  17. 17. Turnaround in US Shuttle Markets - 48% E175 Lower Trip Cost 1H11 vs. 1H13 (Monday to Friday) Jun/2011 6:00 8:00 10:00 12:00 14:00 16:00 18:00 Jun/2013 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 A319 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 E175 270 244 221 220 172 Load Factor Improvement Flights (x10) 15 Daily Flights Adjust capacity to market demand Source: Delta, SABRE, Embraer 227 Seats Offered (x1000) Average Fare (USD) Lower costs and improved results This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  18. 18. ECE: Excellence in Customer Experience • Airline Support • Customer Care Center • Customer Relationship • Efficient Maintenance • Efficient Operation • Entry Into Service • Product Robustness, Support and Services • MRO Network • Parts Availability • Product Improvements • Product Quality • Suppliers Management • Training Aircraft Availability Qualified People Global Presence Product Competitiveness ECE Projects Customer Satisfaction Low Operating Cost Highest levels of customer experience with Embraer products and services This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  19. 19. E-Jets: Manufacturing Efficiency Improvements Automation (improved quality, cost and cycle reduction) A/C painting Wing drilling • E-Jets Production Cycle (months): 2004: 4,6 2008: 3,5 2012: 2 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  20. 20. E-Jets: Product Improvement Flight tests being developed as planned (EIS 1H2014) Door Rain Deflector Optimized Improved Tail Cone Reduced Horizontal Tail Gaps New Red Beacon New Ram Air Door New Wheel Fairing ECS & Anti-Ice Optimization New Wingtip (E175 only) All improvements are retrofittable, except the E175 wingtip This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  21. 21. This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  22. 22. E-Jets Family Evolution Right Capacities to Match Market Demand 130 132 pax SC 118 pax DC 120 20% Seating 110 100 106 pax SC 97 pax DC same 20% 90 88 pax SC 80 pax DC 80 70 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  23. 23. Applications & Market Size 20-Year Market Forecast (70 to 130-seat Jets) : 6,400 Deliveries * E175-E2 Most efficient “hub feeder” Lower cost-per-seat than current Turboprops E190-E2 Efficient complement to narrowbody operations New market developer E195-E2 Capacity growth for current E-Jet operators Similar cost-per-seat to A320neo and 737-8 Max Low Cost operation in mid-density markets * Embraer market forecast This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  24. 24. 2Show © 2013 Competitive Scenario Capacity (Single Class) 180+ 737-8MAX 160 A320neo 140 CS300 A319neo 737-7 MAX E195-E2 120 CS100 100 E190-E2 CRJ1000 80 CRJ900 SSJ95/100 MRJ90 ARJ21 E175-E2 CRJ700 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  25. 25. E2 New Features | Not Just a Re-engine E175-E2 New Wing More efficient, high aspect ratio wing. Raked wing tip. Main Landing Gear Enabling larger engines. Gear doors for improved fuel efficiency E190-E2 & E195-E2 Improved Avionics 4 larger 14”x10” displays and touchscreen controls New Engines Larger fan diameter and improved fuel efficiency Optimized Wing/Engine Unique wing and engine combination for E175-E2 and E190/195-E2 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  26. 26. E2 Maintenance Cost Advantage 15% Lower Maintenance Cost 40% longer intervals (850FH / 8,500FH). 10% lower cost for maintenance checks. 30% to 40% longer Engine Time On Wing until 1st SV. Up to twice longer Engine Time On Wing until 2nd SV. Lower components repair cost. E-Jets baseline as per 2012 conditions. *2,600FH/Yr & 1.5FH/FC; 10 years DMC This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  27. 27. E190-E2 Joint Definition Phase Main suppliers selected Digital Mock-Up assembly Interfaces definition Colocated team of 750 people including suppliers Preliminary Design Review scheduled for 1H2014 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  28. 28. E2 Customer Engagement Event Date 1st Advisory Board October 2012 Man Machine Interface June 2013 Maintenance and Operations Workshop September 2013 Interior Steering Group October 2013 2nd Advisory Board October 2013 • Airline Operations and Connectivity Workshops Oct.-December 2013 • Industry Steering Committee January 2014 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission.
  29. 29. E2 Entry into Service 150 Firm Orders 50 Options E190-E2 EIS | 1H 2018 100 Purchase Rights LOIs for 65 Orders E195-E2 EIS | 2019 E175-E2 EIS | 2020 This information is property of Embraer and cannot be used or reproduced without written permission. >>
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