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CSERIES

Program Update

March 15, 2005


The CSeries family of aircraft

ƒ Family of aircraft designed for value:


• Total life cycle cost improvement
• Cash operating costs – 15% target over current products
• Reliability – 99% target out of the box
• Passenger appeal – seats, windows, bins, IFE, spaciousness
• Operational flexibility – short- and long-haul performance
The 100-150 seat market represents 13% of the total
20-year market forecast for commercial aircraft
Commercial airliner market forecast 2003-2022

50-99 seats
>400 seats
8%
100-149 seats 11%
Bombardier
13% existing products
$154B
$214B

$254B

$488B 311-399 seats


25%
$319B

150-239 seats
$170B $371B
24%

240-310 seats
19%

100-149 segment represents 5,800 aircraft

Source: BBD forecast, Boeing CMO


Classic 100-seaters will face retirement due to age-
related operating costs, despite low ownership costs

DC9-10/-30/-40/-50 (1965-1981) BAe-146 & AVRO RJ (1982-2002) MD80 Family (1979-1997)

Boeing 737-300/-500 (1984-1999) Boeing 737-100/-200 (1967-1985) Fokker 70/100 (1986-1997)

Airlines
Airlines have
have yet
yet to
to find
find aa suitable
suitable replacement
replacement
“…there
“…there is
is nobody
nobody properly
properly addressing
addressing the
the 100-150
100-150 market
market segment.
segment. NoNo OEM
OEM has
has ever
ever
focused
focused their
their design
design on
on the
the needs
needs of
of this
this market”
market” --
-- major
major US
US airline
airline

Reference: BACK Aviation Solutions, 2004


Detailed Sabre-BBD analysis and other industry
forecasts consistent with 5,800+ market size
Aircraft order forecast – 90 to 150 seats

Rolls-Royce (2003-2023) – 8,480 aircraft

Sabre-BBD (2006-2026) – 6,509 aircraft*

Boeing (2004-2024) – 6,000+ aircraft**

Boeing (2003-2023) – 5,800 aircraft

Airbus (2003-2023) – 4,310 aircraft

Embraer (2004-2024) – 3,000 aircraft***

2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035

* Source – Sabre-Bombardier New Commercial Aircraft Program forecast (2004)


** Estimated from Boeing CMO of 13,065 aircraft from 90-175 seats.*** 90-119 seats forecast only
NCAP strategy: A game-changing family that is
right-sized & flexible to meet our customers’ needs

ƒ Keys to success:
• 15% target operating costs advantage over current in-
production and in-development aircraft
• Range and seating capacity flexibility: family of aircraft,
transcontinental range
• Superior passenger comfort and amenities: driving airlines’
share
• Providing an airplane solution: integrated, customizable
support plan providing turnkey solution
CSERIES will be the first design optimized for the
100- to 150-seat segment
Downsized from
optimum design point

737-800 737-900

(175) (190)

Designed specifically
Upsized from optimum for the 100-150
design point segment

CSERIES 130

CSERIES 110

Downsized from
optimum design point

A320 A321

(160) (210)
CSERIES family will offer flexible capacity and range

EIS 2011 EIS 2011


3 4
130 Flexible MTOW
130-STD 130-ER
130 PAX, 1800nm Range 130 PAX, 3000nm Range
Common Aircraft with Center Fuse Stretch Growth Version

Pax Common Powerplant Across ALL Family Members

EIS 2010 EIS 2010


2 1
110 Flexible MTOW
110-STD 110-ER
110 PAX, 3000nm Range
110 PAX, 1800nm Range
Optimized Family Design Point
Market Entry Sweet Spot

1,800 nm 3,000 nm
Range
CSeries range – Denver
Baseline (1,800 nm) and ER (3,000 nm) – wind adjusted

C110/130
DEN

C110ER/130ER
CSeries range – Frankfurt
Baseline (1,800 nm) and ER (3,000 nm) – wind adjusted

C110/130
FRA

C110ER/130ER
CSeries fuselage optimized for 100- to 150-seat segment

Direct operating cost


per ASM

RJ Boeing / Airbus
CSERIES
Family Families

Seat count
CSeries will have a best-in-class cabin

Pivot bin under study

# of Pax Overhead Bin


Seat Width Aisle Width Aisle Height
(Single Class) Volume
C110 110 18.5 (19.5) 20.0 84.0 2.6 ft3 / pax
EMB195 108 18.3 19.8 78.7 2.0 ft3 / pax
B717-200 117 17.9 19.0 80.3 2.5 ft3 / pax
B737-600 123 17.0 17.5 84.0 1.8 ft3 / pax
A318 117 18.0 19.0 88.0 2.0 ft3 / pax
F100 109 17.4 19.0 79.0 1.7 ft3 / pax
BAe 146 112 19.0 21.0 79.5 1.6 ft3 / pax
Overview of key technologies
Passenger cabin
Advanced flight deck •Carbon fiber interior panels, bins
• Fly-by-wire with side stick Centre fuselage •Wireless IFE
• State-of-the-art avionics •New alloys & composites

Rear fuselage, tail cone &


empennage
•Reduced tail size (FBW)
•Advanced carbon fiber

Landing gear
• New materials
• Carbon brakes
Wing
New optimized power plant
• 4th generation transonic design
• Low noise: Stg. 3 minus 25 dB
• Load alleviation (FBW)
• Lower SFC
• New Al alloys
• Lowest life-Cycle costs
• Advanced composite control surfaces

CSeries is currently ~20% composite materials by weight


Timeline and next steps

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Today’s decision gives us authority to offer (ATO)
the CSeries to potential customers
Bombardier New Commercial Aircraft Program