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1 1 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Wishes to the Press Paris, January 21 st, 2004

2 2 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Contents: Contracts Sales Orders Major events New Year wishes to the Press Objectives 2004

3 3 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Eurocopter 2003 was a good year for Eurocopter which, despite economic fluctuations in the market, registered orders which strengthened its leading position and increased its turnover. Results 2003

4 4 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/ New helicopters + 49 second-hand helicopters Orders 2003 EC120 Colibri 38 EC AS 355 AS 555 twin-engine 17 BK117 6 AS 365 Dauphin AS 565 Panther 27 EC225/EC725 S.Puma/Cougar 8 AS 350 AS 550 single-engine 81 EC EC145 4 EC NH90 20 Tiger 0

5 5 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Breakdown of orders by value Development and other activities Customer service Series helicopters (in billions) Total 2.56 % Orders

6 6 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Breakdown of total orders by value Military 50 Civil + parapublic 50 Total % Orders Including 76% for export

7 7 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Billion Euros Consolidated turnover: 2.61 billion Euros 4% increase compared with 2002 Turnover 2003

8 8 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Breakdown of consolidated turnover Military 49 Civil + parapublic 51 Total % Turnover Including 57% for export

9 9 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Breakdown of turnover by activities: Development & other activities Customer service Series helicopters (297 helicopters supplied) (in billions) Total 2.61 % Turnover

10 10 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Excluding inaccessible markets Eurocopter confirmed its position as world leader, both in terms of quantity (45%) and value (25%) Markets 2003

11 11 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Civil and parapublic A slight drop in civil and parapublic markets, particularly in the first half of the year (Iraq, economic climate, etc.). With 53% of the market share by value, Eurocopter once again confirms its position as the No. 1 world leader. Excellent penetration of the USA with a 48% market share. Satisfactory recovery in the second half-year suggesting a good Markets 2003

12 12 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Military 220 orders for new helicopters centered around the “Tactical Transport” and “Attack” sectors accounting for approximately 60% of the total military volume. Continuation of the major US programs and modernization of existing helicopters (limiting the market share accessible to Eurocopter). Tiger and NH 90 have benefited fully from the renewal cycle initiated in Markets 2003

13 13 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Military orders: Markets % World market by number of helicopters Eurocopter share in % % 16% 23% 18% % % 28 % Tigre 25% 10 % NH 90 38% 13 % 21% 220

14 14 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 EC 120 Colibri 38 helicopters sold, accounting for 80% of the 5-seater single- engine market => the EC 120 Colibri has confirmed its place as the champion in its category. Australian Aerospace: Commissioning of the assembly line and delivery of the first two helicopters assembled in Australia. We have penetrated the Eastern European market with deliveries of a first helicopter to Poland, the first two helicopters to Russia and a second helicopter for the border guards in Lithuania. Major events 2003

15 15 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Ecureuil / Fennec Range With 125 helicopters sold, the Ecureuil / Fennec range remains one of Eurocopter’s most popular lines. The EC 130 fleet leader has gone over the 3,220 hour mark (Blue Hawaiian whose 8 EC 130s have already clocked up 13,620 flight hours). 6 years after its market launch the 400th series Ecureuil AS 350 B3 was delivered to the Australian pilot Michael Doohan, 5-times world motorcycle champion. The EC 130 is the natural replacement of the Alouette 3 Major events 2003

16 16 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 EC 135 / EC 635 With 55 helicopters sold, the EC 135 is the twin-engine helicopter by which all others are judged, particularly for emergency medical services and law enforcement work. Penetration of the Eastern European market: 8 helicopters for the Czech Police. In Romania, order of two helicopters by the Ministry of Health and delivery of 3 aircraft to the Ministry of Interior. The fleet leader, the EC 135, has already clocked up more than 5,000 flight hours (Northumbria Police, UK) and the 300th series helicopter has come off the production line (North Midlands Police, UK). The EC 635 has been successfully brought into service with the Royal Jordanian Air Force. Major events 2003

17 17 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 EC 145 Confirmation that the EMS market has been penetrated: 3 helicopters for the Vanderbilt Medical Center in the USA. The EC 145 has demonstrated all its operational abilities in both day and night flying in mountain-rescue, emergency medical services and law enforcement work. (French Gendarmerie, Sécurité Civile, REGA, ADAC, DRF etc.). Major events 2003

18 18 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 EC 145 A helicopter owned by the French Gendarmerie landing on the top of Mont Blanc (4,810 m) with a full payload and a crew of 5. There was no wind and temperature conditions were 16°C higher than required by the standard (ISA). Major events 2003

19 19 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Dauphin / EC 155 / Panther Range 2003 was an exceptional year with 37 helicopters sold, proving they meet market requirements perfectly. Eurocopter is determined to maintain and reinforce this position. Successful introduction of the EC 155 in an offshore mission. (Each of Dancopter’s 2 EC 155 B1s clocks up more than 140 flight hours per month in the North Sea with 98% availability). Extension of the operational flight envelope of the EC 155: it is now certified for takeoff in windspeeds of up to 50 knots (93 km/h). New version of the Dolphin fitted with Turbomeca Arriel 2C2 engines with twin-channel numerical control, tested with success for the US Coast Guard. Major events 2003

20 20 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Super Puma / Cougar, EC 225 / EC 725 Range This range of helicopters is nowadays synonymous with reliability and modernity as well as well-established and controlled maintenance costs. Eurocopter is continuing its long-term investment in this range. 1st flight of a helicopter including the entire EC 225 / EC 725 configuration (rotor, engines, active anti-vibration system and avionics). Deliveries of 19 helicopters including 5 Super Puma AS 332 L2s for the offshore sector, 4 Super Puma AS 332 C1s for the Greek Air Force and the first 2 Cougar 532 ALs for the Slovene Air Force. Major events 2003

21 21 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Tiger The top success of 2003 when Spain chose the HAD (24 units) enabling us to add a 3rd European pilar to Eurocopter. Its high-performance characteristics and great maneuverability mean that the HAD can perform all the assignments expected of a modern combat helicopter (anti-tank, air-air, escort and support, fire support). Flight of the first series HAP for France. 1 st flight of the Australian prototype and commissioning of the assembly line in Brisbane. The Tiger is becoming the top combat helicopter of the post-Cold War period Major events 2003

22 22 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Contract signed with Greece for 20 TTHs with 14 options. With 325 helicopters on order from 9 countries on our books, the NH 90 is the 10-tonne helicopter by which all others are judged. The NH 90 is Eurocopter’s helicopter of the future, offering all the latest technology (composite units, FCS), outstanding performances in terms of power and maneuverability, competitive operational costs and performance of the entire range of missions: tactical transport, CSAR, naval missions, etc.). Major events 2003 NH 90

23 23 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/ st flight with electronic FCS without mechanical backup. Commissioning of the Patria assembly line in Finland. Integration of first helicopter with high cockpit intended for Sweden. Major events 2003 NH 90

24 24 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Eurocopter worldwide Spain: Eurocopter España became Eurocopter’s third European pilar by incorporating all the helicopter activities of the EADS group in Spain. EADS CASA acquired a 5% stake in Eurocopter’s capital USA: Partnership agreement with Lockheed Martin for US federal requirements including Deepwater (US Coast Guard). Laying the first stone of the new American Eurocopter industrial center in Columbus, Mississippi and being awarded the FAA “FAR 145 Repair Station” certificate for the new site.. Major events 2003

25 25 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Eurocopter worldwide China: Model partnership agreement with AVIC 2 aimed at increasing co-operation. Opening of a permanent office in Beijing. Agreement for the commissioning of an EC 120 assembly line at Harbin to supply the Chinese market. Singapore: 25 th anniversary of Eurocopter South East Asia. India: Memorandum of Understanding with Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. aimed at extending and encouraging co-operation. Brazil:Helibras, the only helicopter manufacturer in Brazil and a subsidiary of Eurocopter, celebrated its 25th anniversary. Romania: Eurocopter Romania received certification as an JAR 145 “Repair Center” Major events 2003

26 26 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Service Client A trump card for Eurocopter A high-growth sector due to an increase in the fleet and a competitive offer of service (R&O, PBH, Training, etc.) Introduction of a unique customer interface via the worldwide offer: Product + Service. Creation of Eurocopter Training Services, a specialized unit that brings together all the training and simulation forces (Training Academy, Helisim, etc.). An increase in the availability of stocks of spare parts and complete re-engineering to significantly decrease the time needed to make parts available. Major events 2003

27 27 E/W - Wishes to the Press - E/WP du 01/2004 Continue to optimize our efficiency in “Customer Service” by adopting a proactive “Customer Culture”. Tiger and NH 90: establish these two programs as references on the export markets. Offer constant improvements in our range avoiding sudden changes in order to establish profitable growth. Set up a purchase policy that limits the risks of exchange rates and reinforces our competitiveness. Enter new markets through long-term partnerships. Objectives 2004


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