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Boeing Business Jet Product Review for Finance Investment Trading LLP

November 2009


Expanded BBJ family

COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


BBJ, BBJ 2 and BBJ 3 Characteristics Designed to serve corporate preferences Performance

BBJ

BBJ 2

BBJ 3

Dimensions – ft-in

6,210

5,660

5,435

Cruise speed

Length

79-2

98-4

Height

7-1 11-7

Long-range cruise

Mach 0.79

Width

Maximum

Mach 0.82

Floor area – ft²

Initial cruise altitude, ft

38,000

Maximum cruise altitude, ft

37,750

35,000

41,000 ft

Takeoff distance, ft (sea level, MTOW) Landing distance, ft* (for typical landing weight)

Maximum taxi weight Maximum takeoff weight Maximum landing weight

BBJ 2

BBJ 3

Cabin

Range, nm (NBAA reserves) 8 passengers

Weight characteristics, lb

BBJ

807

1,004

1,120

110-4

129-6

138-2

Exterior Length

6,085

6,985

8,370

Height

41-2

2,325

2,490

2,490

Wingspan

117-5

BBJ 171,500 171,000 134,000

BBJ 2 174,700 174,200 146,300

BBJ 3 188,200 187,700 157,300

107-2

Maximum zero fuel weight Operating empty weight** Fuel capacity (U.S. gal)

BBJ

BBJ 2

BBJ 3

126,000 95,620 10,707

138,300 102,530 10,442

149,300 110,350 10,966

* Actual landing distance, per FAR Part 91 ** Includes completion weight assumption: BBJ = 13,000-lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000-lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000-lb; maximum auxiliary fuel tanks COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Sales Figures


BBJ Market Success Customer Mix

Customer Regions Latin America 2%

Charter 10%

Private 61%

Government 26%

North America 26%

AsiaPacific 21% Europe 21%

Middle East 27% Corporate 3% Africa 3%

147 SOLD


BBJ Fleet Status September 2009

“Green” deliveries

117

BBJs in service

103

Flights Dispatch reliability

115,200 99.9%


Operating Costs / Conklin


Hourly operating cost comparison Typical international operations* Category

BBJ

Global Exp. XRS

Fuel @ $3.50/USG Maintenance Airframe (and engine on GEX) Engine Miscellaneous flight expenses Navigation fees** Landing/parking fees Crew expenses Small supplies and catering

$2,240

$1,348

241 62

457 —

427 131 108 87

357 77 108 87

Direct operating costs/hour

$3,296

$2,434

$810 364 70

$810 305 116

Subtotal—Fixed costs

$1,244

$1,231

Total operating costs/hour

$4,540

$3,665

Crew Insurance Recurrent training

* Based on 600 flight-hours per year. ** Assumes not all of the route is within Eurocontrol. For trips entirely within Europe, higher navigation fees can be expected


A new standard for value BBJ scheduled maintenance plan Frequency

Labor hours

1 month

2

Inspect engine, landing gear, and standby power control unit

6 months

8

Inspect, internally and externally, emergency operating systems and lubricate landing gear

12 months

10

Inspect engine, cabin temperature control sensor, BITE engine control and oxygen system

36 months

130

Inspect zones, selected structural areas, landing gear, flight controls and systems

4,000 to 5,000 hr

230

Inspect various operational and functional flight hours systems

(closest to 3 year interval)

Check description


Standard Features


CFM56-7B engine: High reliability and low maintenance BBJ benefits from large 737NG CFM56-7B experience base (over 5,800 engines with more than 90 million flight hours) • CFM56-7B has proven extremely reliable in high-cycle, short-stage airline operations • Excellent match for longer-range BBJ operations • CFM56-7B reliability allowed 737NG to be first in class with 180 minutes ETOPS • Engine dependability helps deliver high BBJ fleet dispatch rates COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Advanced Technology Future Air Navigation System Required Navigation Performance Polar Navigation ETOPS Certified Integrated Approach Navigation Vertical Situation Display Performance Navigation Scales Electronic Flight Bag


Performance Map


Range Capability from Sydney Boeing Business Jets Anchorage

BBJ BBJ 2

Tokyo Beijing

BBJ 3 Delhi

Dubai

Los Angeles

Hong Kong Bangkok

Chennai

Honolulu

Singapore

SYDNEY Perth Auckland Mauritius

Johannesburg

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Papeete


Range Capability from Honolulu Boeing Business Jets London

BBJ BBJ 2 BBJ 3 New York

Beijing Anchorage

Washington

Hong Kong Los Angeles

Tokyo Manila

Caracas

HONOLULU

Lima

Sydney

Papeete

Santiago

Auckland Buenos Aires

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Range Capability from Los Angeles Boeing Business Jets Cairo

BBJ BBJ 2 BBJ 3

Moscow Beijing

Rome London

Paris

Seoul Madrid Tokyo Anchorage New York

LOS ANGELES Miami

Honolulu

Caracas

Sao Paulo Papeete Auckland

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Lima Santiago

Buenos Aires


Range Capability from New York Boeing Business Jets Seoul

Beijing

BBJ Tokyo

BBJ 2

Dubai

BBJ 3 Moscow

Cairo

Anchorage London Seattle

Honolulu Los Angeles

Paris Madrid

NEW YORK Abidjan Miami Caracas Lima Rio De Janeiro Santiago

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Buenos Aires


Range Capability from Rio de Janeiro Boeing Business Jets BBJ BBJ 2 BBJ 3

Moscow Seattle

London New York

Los Angeles

Madrid Miami

Cairo

Dubai

Lima

RIO DE JANEIRO

Buenos Aires Johannesburg

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Range Capability from London Boeing Business Jets BBJ BBJ 2

Tokyo Anchorage

BBJ 3 Los Angeles

Seoul Beijing

Seattle

Hong Kong

Chicago

Bangkok Singapore

New York

Moscow Delhi

LONDON

Miami

Dubai Caracas Cairo Lima Nairobi Abidjan

Sao Paulo Buenos Aires

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Johannesburg


Range Capability from Dubai Boeing Business Jets Anchorage

BBJ BBJ 2

New York

BBJ 3 Tokyo

London

Moscow Paris

Beijing

Madrid Cairo

DUBAI

Delhi

Seoul Hong Kong Bangkok Singapore

Nairobi Johannesburg

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Perth

Adelaide


Range Capability from Tokyo Boeing Business Jets New York

BBJ BBJ 2

Paris

London

Miami

Chicago Dallas

BBJ 3

Moscow Seattle

Los Angeles

Cairo Anchorage Dubai Beijing Delhi

TOKYO

Honolulu

Hong Kong

Bangkok

Singapore

Sydney

Perth

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Melbourne

Auckland


Range Capability from Beijing Boeing Business Jets New York

BBJ

Chicago

Dallas

BBJ 2 Los Angeles

BBJ 3

Seattle

London Paris

Anchorage

Moscow

Honolulu

Cairo

BEIJING Dubai

Delhi

Tokyo

Hong Kong Bangkok Singapore

Sydney

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Perth

Melbourne

Auckland


Range Capability from Hong Kong Boeing Business Jets BBJ BBJ 2 BBJ 3

Seattle London Paris

Los Angeles

Anchorage

Moscow

Cairo

Honolulu Beijing

Dubai

Tokyo

Delhi

HONG KONG Bangkok Singapore Johannesburg Sydney

Perth Melbourne

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Auckland


Range Capability from Singapore Boeing Business Jets Seattle

BBJ London

BBJ 2 BBJ 3

Anchorage

Paris Moscow Beijing

Cairo

Honolulu

Tokyo

Delhi Dubai

Hong Kong Bangkok

SINGAPORE Perth

Sydney

Johannesburg Melbourne

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

Auckland


Range Capability from Kuala Lumpur Boeing Business Jets BBJ BBJ 2 BBJ 3

Anchorage

London Paris

Moscow

Beijing

Cairo

Honolulu

Tokyo

Delhi Dubai

Hong Kong

KUALA LUMPUR

Johannesburg

Sydney Melbourne Auckland

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Range Capability from Jakarta Boeing Business Jets Anchorage

BBJ London

BBJ 2

Paris

Moscow

BBJ 3 Athens Beijing Cairo

Tokyo

Delhi

Dubai

Honolulu Hong Kong

JAKARTA

Johannesburg

Sydney Melbourne Auckland

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Range Capability from Bangkok Boeing Business Jets Seattle

BBJ BBJ 2 BBJ 3

London

Anchorage

Paris Moscow Honolulu Cairo

Beijing Tokyo

Delhi Dubai

BANGKOK

Singapore

Sydney Auckland

Johannesburg Melbourne

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Range Capability from Mumbai Boeing Business Jets Anchorage

BBJ BBJ 2 BBJ 3 London Paris

Moscow

Tokyo Beijing

Cairo Dubai

MUMBAI

Hong Kong Bangkok

Singapore

Johannesburg

Perth

Sydney Melbourne

- 85% annual winds - Includes 2% airway allowance - Eight passengers with baggage = 200 lb each - Completion allowance: BBJ = 13,000 lb, BBJ 2 = 17,000 lb, BBJ 3 = 20,000 lb - Auxiliary fuel: BBJ = 9 tanks, BBJ 2 = 7 tanks, BBJ 3 = 8 tanks - NBAA mission rules (200 NM alternate) COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Expanded BBJ 2 cargo advantage Cargo volume, cubic feet 1,400 1,200

3 tanks 4 tanks

1,000

BBJ 2

5 tanks 6 tanks

800 7 tanks

600

3 tanks 4 tanks

400 200

BBJ

5 tanks 6 tanks 7 tanks 8 tanks 9 tanks

0 3,500

4,000

4,500

5,000

Range, nmi COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

5,500

6,000

6,500


Luggage Space


BBJ Baggage Compartments 7 Auxiliary Tank Configuration (optimum configuration for proposed routes) 86 cu ft Aft Cargo Hold

151 cu ft Forward Cargo Hold

PATS EE Rack

Boeing E6 Rack

Total Cargo Volume 237 Cu Ft (approx. 40 standard suitcases)


BBJ Provides Large Baggage Hold Easier access

The BBJ has considerable cargo space. Even with 9 aux tanks, there is room for all the bags shown above.

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Cabin Space


BBJ Delivered “Green”

ULTIMATE COMFORT • 807 sq ft • 6,500 ft cabin altitude (max) • 100% Fresh Air • Freedom of Desgin • 48 – 50 db SIL Achievable • Space for Dedicated Crew Rest COPYRIGHT © 2008 THE BOEING COMPANY


VIP cabin comparison Additional space creates new opportunities 250 cu ft per passenger

670 cu ft per passenger

BBJ

Global Express XRS*

Height

7 ft 1 in

6 ft 3 in

Width (centerline)

11 ft 7 in

8 ft 2 in

Width (floor)

10 ft 8 in

6 ft 11 in

Length

79 ft 2 in

43 ft 0 in

807 ft2

300 ft2

5,375 ft3

1,995 ft3

Dimensions

Floor area Volume *Excluding baggage area


The Boeing Business Jet Cross section comparison „ Boeing Business Jet „ Global Express XRS „ Gulfstream 550

BBJ width allows for private compartments with a bypassing aisleway.

6-ft 1-in (1.85-m) man COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


BBJ Provides Much More Space Inside for Little Added External Size Increased space, not size „ Boeing Business Jet „ Global Express XRS „ Gulfstream 550

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Entry


Kitchen


Living Room


Agenda


Agenda


Dining Room


Office


Master Suite


In-Flight Entertainment Local Area Network Broadband


- Digital End-to-End

Audio & video sources

IP Telephony

High resolution map system

Pax calls

iPod

Cabin lighting Cameras

Wireless System Controller


networked integrated cabin equipment

The entire nice system can be controlled with your personal iPhone™.


Trim Panel Speaker

Hi-fi sound from nowhere: The innovative speaker system can be easily integrated into walls, pictures or displays.


niceview™ – The whole world in a new perspective


Completion Centers / Timeline


Air France Industries Altitude Aerospace AMAC Aerospace Associated Air Center Gore Design & Completions Greenpoint Technologies Jet Aviation L-3 Integrated Systems Lufthansa Technik Stork, Fokker Services

Tolouse, France Auckland, New Zealand Basel, Switzerland Dallas, Texas San Antonio, Texas Kirkland, Washington Basel, Switzerland Waco, Texas Hamburg, Germany The Netherlands


EXECUTIVE/VIP AIRCRAFT COMPLETION CENTERS The following modification facilities have experience designing, installing and certifying executive/VIP interiors for “green” transport-category aircraft. Note, however, that Boeing does not recommend nor endorse these firms, nor do we follow performance or maintain an on-going awareness of each firm’s capability.

Completion Center Air France Industries, BL.ML 581 rue de l-Europe

Contact / Title Gérard Wagener VP Sales Key Accounts

BP7 F-93352 Aeroport Le Bourget Cedex,

France Altitude 1 Leonard Isitt Drive VP Aircraft Commercial Mangere PO Box 201020 Auckland Int’l Airport 2150 Auckland, New Zealand AMAC Aerospace AG Henric Petri-Strasse 35 CH-4010 Basel Switzerland Associated Air Center 8321 Lemmon Avenue Love Field Dallas, TX 75209

Matt Woollaston Head of Commercial - VIP Aircraft

Bernd Schramm Chief Operating Officer

Phone / Fax + 33 (0)1 49 34 80 84 Phone + 33 (0)1 49 34 89 31 Fax + 33 (0)6 88 23 56 98 Mobile

E-Mail Address/Web gewagener@airfrance.fr http://airfranceindustries.airfrance.com

+64 9 256 3188 Phone +64 9 255 8328 Fax +64 21 772 052 Mobile

matthew.woollaston@altitude-ai.com

+ 41-58-310-31-31 Phone + 41-58-310-31-35 Fax + 41-79-748-87-89 Mobile

bernd.schramm@amacaerospace.com

http://www.altitude-ai.com

http://www.amacaerospace.com

Patrick Altuna, Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing

+ 1 972-559-7039 Direct Phone + 1 214-350-4111 Main Office + 1 214-385-3055 Mobile + 1 972-692-6736 Fax

Patricio.altuna@associated.aero

L-3 Integrated Systems 7500 Maehr Road Waco, Texas 76715-4580

Steve Smith Director, Head of State Programs

+1 254-867-7489 Office +1 254-709-5602 Mobile +1 254-867-2503 Fax

Steven.L.Smith@L-3com.com

Gore Design Completions, Ltd. 607 N. Frank Luke Drive San Antonio, TX 78226

Rob Tomenendal Director of Business Development

+ 1 210-496-5614 Phone + 1 210-663-6722 Mobile + 1 210-496-6641 Fax

rob@goredesign.com

Greenpoint Technologies 4600 Carillon Point Kirkland, WA 98033

Sloan Benson, Vice President Sales and Marketing

Jet Aviation AG P.O. Box 214 CH-4030 Basel Airport Basel, Switzerland

Eugen Hartl, Director Completions and Modifications

+ 1 425-739-7122 Phone + 1 425-827-6105 Fax

www.goredesign.com sbenson@greenpnt.com www.greenpnt.com

+ 41-58-158-4730 Phone + 41-79-647-1137 Mobile + 41-58-158-4794 Fax

eugen.hartl@jetaviation.ch www.jetaviation.com


Lufthansa Technik AG Dept. HAM TS/X Weg Beim Jager 193 D-22335 Hamburg Germany

Hark Moritzen, Dipl.-Ing., Senior Sales Executive VIP and Executive Jet Services

+ 49 (0)40-5070 3837 Phone + 49 (0)172-451 7801 Mobile + 49 (0)40-5070 8331 Fax

hark.moritzen@lht.dlh.de

Denny Buckles, Director of Sales North America

dennislbuckles@yahoo.com

Stork, Fokker Services B.V. Aviolandalaan 31 4631 RP Hoogerheide P.O. Box 3, 4630 AA Hoogerheide The Netherlands

Johan van Dorst Vice President Corporate Development

+ 1 817-251-9850 Phone + 1 817-715-3849 Mobile + 1 817-251-9852 Fax + 31(0) 164-61-85-43 Phone + 31(0) 164-61-86-66 Fax + 31(0) 620-437-413 Mobile

October 13, 2009

www.lufthansa-technik.com johan.vandorst@stork.com www.fokkerservices.com/completions


BBJ Interior Design & Completion Timeline Green Delivery PA

DA Completion Contract Interior Design

Design Freeze Detail Design & Engineering

InService

Aux Tanks Interior Installation

Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11


Residual Value


$65,000,000

$60,000,000 Resale Price

$90,000,000

$85,000,000

$80,000,000

$75,000,000

$70,000,000

$55,000,000

$50,000,000

$45,000,000

$40,000,000

$35,000,000

Jan-09 Oct-08 Jul-08 Apr-08 Jan-08 Oct-07 Jul-07 Apr-07 Jan-07 Oct-06 Jul-06 Apr-06 Jan-06 Oct-05 Jul-05 Apr-05 Jan-05 Oct-04 Jul-04 Apr-04 Jan-04 Oct-03 Jul-03 Apr-03 Jan-03 Oct-02 Jul-02 Apr-02 Jan-02 Oct-01 Jul-01 Apr-01 Jan-01

Resale Date


180%

Re-sale Price Compared to Original

160%

140%

120% Months from Initial Delivery 100% 0

80%

60%

20

40

60

80

100

120

140


BBJ Pre-Owned Aircraft & Resale Status A/C Serial #

A/C

Tail #

A/C Release to Market Date

Asking Price

Year of Green Manufacturer

Now

$64M

Dec-98

29054

YG005 (BBJ)

29273

YG006 (BBJ)

Now

$49.95M

Dec-98

30076

YG010 (BBJ)

Now

$52M

Jan-99

Now

Make offer

Jul-99

Now

$53M

Feb-99

Now

$62.5M

Jun-99

28579 29233 30496

YG012 (BBJ) YG016 (BBJ) YG027 (BBJ)

Data as of: 11/12/2009

Comments

Contact: Bristol Associates; +1-540-665-5135; slancaster@bristolassociates.com Contact: Bob Peerless; bobpeerless@gmail.com Tel : +377-6808-65618; +41-79-329-1818 Or, Alireza Ittihadieh, Freestream Aircraft Limited; Tel: +44 20 7584 3800; alireza@freestream.com Contact: Alireza Ittihadieh, Freestream Aircraft Limited +44 20 7584 3800; alireza@freestream.com Contact: Dennis Andersen, President Florida Jet Sales at +1 561 615-8231; dennis@flajet.com Contact: Mike Ryan at +44 (0) 20 8600 8210 or +44 (0) 77032 60606 Contact: Bristol Associateds, Inc. +1-540-665-5135; slancaster@bristolassociates.com Contact: Alireza Ittihadieh, Freestream Aircraft Limited +44 20 7584 3800; alireza@freestream.com

30791

YG038 (BBJ)

Now

TBD

Aug-00

30751

YG062 (BBJ)

Now

Make offer

Oct-99

Contact: Marc Foulkrod +1818-841-6190 or info@avjet.com

34683

YG095 (BBJ)

Now

Make offer

Jan-06

Contact: Marc Foulkrod +1818-841-6190 or info@avjet.com

36714

YG118 (BBJ)

Now

$73M

Aug-07

37560

YH301 (BBJ 3)

Now

$70M

Jul-08

Contact: Alireza Ittihadieh, +44 20 7584 3800; alireza@freestream.com Contact: Dr. Abdulrahman A. Al-Mufarreh ADEX Group for Trading & Investment (Riyadh, KSA); Tel: +966-1-211-1717; arm@am.com.sa; almufarreh@yahoo.com


BBJ Provides Superior Value over A319CJ for VIP Operations BBJ

Characteristic

A319CJ

9 Greater range (600 to 700 nautical miles) 9 Lighter airframe (BBJ is 4,000 lb lighter) 9 More takeoff wt (BBJ has 2,300 lb more) 9 Lower cabin altitude for superior comfort 9 9 Comparable cabin areas 9 Winglets for greater efficiency 9 More standard features for flexible operations 9 Higher navigation precision 9 More cargo space with easier loading 9 Shorter takeoff distance at max takeoff wt 9 Benefits from 10-year newer design 9 Greater reliability with lower operating costs BBJ range, comfort and flexibility cannot be matched by the A319CJ COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

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737NG/BBJ Family 10 years more advanced • Better structural efficiency • Superior aerodynamics • 100% digital design • MSG-3 maintenance program • State-of-the-art assembly process • Industry-leading navigation precision • Leading flight deck technology • More commonality

737NG/BBJ family

• Continuous innovation Entry into service

1980

1985

A320/A319CJ series COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

1990

1995

737 is also 10 years newer 737NG is 10 years newer

2000

2005

7


737NG has a more advanced wing design than the A320 Superior design leads to… • 4% - 9% better aerodynamics • 10% larger wing area

…superior results

• 9% more fuel capacity

• Better fuel efficiency • Longer range • Higher cruise A320/A319CJ wing and wingtip fence

737NG/BBJ wing and winglet

8 COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Lighter weight and superior aerodynamics for better fuel efficiency Wing design

Airplane weight

Engine performance

Wing Structure Engine

+ 4% to 9% more aerodynamically efficient + 5% to 9% lighter for less drag + Performance optimized to airplane design

Result

= Next-Generation 737/BBJ is more fuel efficient 9

COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Common engine design reduces spares costs and strengthens residual values 737NG family Four airplanes—one engine

A320 series Four airplanes—three engines

V2500-A5

+

CFM56-7B

=

100% airframe engine commonality

+

CFM56-5B

=

Variable airframe engine combinations

PW6000

Minimal engine spares for 737NG family fleets

More engine spares required to support A320 series fleets

BBJ benefits from engine commonality with 737NG fleet anywhere in the world COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

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Size Comparison BBJ and A319CJ 117 ft 5 in (35.8 m) 111 ft 10 in (33.9 m) 47 ft 1 in (14.3 m) 40 ft 10 in (12.4 m)

110 ft 4 in (33.6 m) 111 ft (33.8 m) 18 ft 9 in (5.7 m) 24 ft 11 in (7.6 m) „ Boeing Business Jet „ A319 Corporate Jet COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

41 ft 2 in (12.5 m) 38 ft 7 in (11.8 m) 11


The Boeing Business Jet Cross-section comparison „ Boeing Business Jet „ A319 Corporate Jet

6 ft. 4 in. man

BBJ and A319CJ cross sections are comparable.

Wall at 28 in. BL 12

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Interior Arrangements Comparable Configurations

BBJ

20 Passengers

A319CJ

20 Passengers 13 COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


Larger Windows for Viewing

14 COPYRIGHT © 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY


BBJ comfort is significantly improved by reducing cabin altitude to 6,500 ft • Altitude chamber testing showed comfort improvement • Reduces fatigue and headaches in susceptible people 9000

[M]

other aircraft

[2,600]

8000 [2,400]

Cabin altitude (ft)

7000 [2,200]

[2,000]

BBJ

6000

[1,800]

5000 80

90

Passengers reporting overall well being (%) Source: Boeing-OSU Altitude Study—After 12 hours of simulated flight

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100

[1,600]

15


BBJ Design Flexibility BBJ Proves Stronger and Lighter than A319CJ Lb / Kg 180.0

81.7

171.0

77.6 BBJ

168.6

76.5 A319CJ

MTOW +1.4%

MTOW

BBJ Carries More Fuel & Passengers

Weight x 1000

100.3

45.5 A319CJ

OEW -4.8%

95.6

43.4 BBJ

OEW

BBJ Lighter

BBJ MTOW - Maximum Take Off Weight COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

OEW - Operating Empty Weight

A319CJ

16


Interior Weight and Payload Capability BBJ Can Fly More Interior and Payload Weight 50000

Payload and Interior (lb)*

40000 BBJ (up to 9 tanks) 30000

A319CJ (up to 6 tanks)

20000

10000

s

s

nk Ta 9

Ta 8

Ta 7

nk

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Baggage Volume BBJ Provides More Space with Maximum Tanks

1000 900 Lower-deck volume (cu ft)

800 700 600 BBJ (up to 9 tanks) A319CJ (up to 6 tanks)

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BBJ Provides Easier Accessibility BBJ Requires No Special Ground Handling Equipment to Access Baggage Better access to lower hold cargo area 97.5-percentile man: 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm) tall 2.5-percentile man: 5 ft 3.5 in (161.3 cm) tall A319CJ

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78 to 83 in (198.1 to 210.8 cm)

The BBJ lower hold is easily reached from the ground— unlike the ACJ which needs special equipment even when bulk loaded. Maximum 55 in (140 cm) Minimum 51 in (129 cm)

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Large Baggage Hold Advantage More Space, Easier access over ACJ

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Characteristics BBJ Nine Aux Fuel Tanks

A319CJ Five Aux Fuel Tanks

171,000 134,000 126,000 95,620

168,650 137,790 128,970 100,300

CFM56-7B27-B3 27,300 18 10,707 169 100 269

CFM56-5B7/P or V2527 27,000 18 9,912 124 100 224

3,600 30,380

3,600 28,670

6,210 6,110 6,090 2,320

5,585 5,365 6,170 2,270

Aircraft Weights (lb) Maximum Takeoff Weight Maximum Landing Weight Maximum Zero Fuel Weight Operating Empty Weight (1)

Design Features Engines SL, Std Day Takeoff Thrust Passengers Fuel Capacity (U.S. Gallons) Lower-Deck Baggage Volume (cu ft - approx.) Main-Deck Storage (cu ft - approx.) Total Baggage Volume (cu ft - approx.)

Payload (lb) Passenger and Baggage Payload (2) Weight-Limit Payload

Performance Range with 8 passengers (nm) (3) Range with 18 passengers(nm) (3) Takeoff Field Length at SL, Std Day, MTOW (ft) Landing Field Length, Typical Landing Weight (Part 91 - ft)

(1) Estimated empty weight based on BBJ and ACJ with 13,000 lb completion. Actual empty weight may vary based on completion and operational considerations. A319CJ optimum range with five auxiliary fuel tanks. (2) Passenger and baggage weight = 200 lb each. (3) NBAA reserves (200 NM alternate). COPYRIGHT Š 2009 THE BOEING COMPANY

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BBJ Provides Excellent Payload-Range BBJ vs. A319CJ 40,000 Long range cruise Passenger + baggage at 200 lb each VIP configurations NBAA reserves (200 NM Alt.)

Payload (lb)

30,000 BBJ Nine Auxiliary Fuel Tanks A319CJ Five Auxiliary Fuel Tanks

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