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1 1 A EROSCRAFT : D ELIVERING G AME -C HANGING I NNOVATION FOR G LOBAL C ARGO L OGISTICS Mr. Igor Pasternak Aeros CEO

2 2  Aeros has pioneered the design, development and assembly of high technology airships that offer the prospect of revolutionizing parts of the global cargo and logistics market  The Aeroscraft is designed to carry up to 250 tons of cargo, features a cargo hold with cubic footage exceeding 40 times that of a Freighter, cruises at speeds of over 100 mph, operates at altitudes of up to 12,000 feet and achieve vertical take-off and landing at max payload AEROSCRAFT

3 3 TRANSFORMING GLOBAL LOGISTICS  New vertical global transportation system without restrictions  Delivery of cargo to any point on the globe  The ability to move greater weights and higher volumes – 250 tons and one million cubic feet  Vertical take-off and landing (“VTOL”) capabilities reduces infrastructure dependency (airports, etc.)  Provides access to remote and austere locations that other transport carriers cannot provide  Airlifts standard ISO containers A EROSCRAFT IS A UNIQUE VEHICLE WHICH WILL PROVIDE AN UNPRECEDENTED STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE The Aeroscraft PrototypeGame Changing Logistics Solutions The Aeroscraft will rapidly become a meaningful player in the $6 TRILLION global logistics market * *IATA Annual Review 2013

4 4 THE AEROSCRAFT IN ACTION Source: H2 History Channel

5 5 Distribution patterns driven by Changing Economic Geography Continued Globalization Impact of eCommerce Fundamental Trends in Logistics GROWTH DISTRIBUTION LOGISTIC: NEW DIMENSIONAL WORLD Yesterday’s Logistics 21 st Century Logistics OrdersPredictableVariable Order Cycle Time WeeklyDaily or hourly CustomerStrategicBroader base Customer Service Reactive, rigid Responsive, flexible ReplenishmentScheduledReal-time Distribution Model Supply-driven (push) Demand-driven (pull) Demand Stable, consistent More cyclical Shipment TypeBulkSmaller lots DestinationsConcentratedMore dispersion Warehouse Reconfiguration Weekly or monthly Continual, rules- based Logistics: Corridor Hub and Spoke Aeroscraft Network Logistics: Flexible Routing Constant shifts in logistics operations in the economy require new freight distribution and network strategy

6 6 SIMPLIFYING THE LOGISTICS SUPPLY CHAIN  Point-to-point single mode transportation network, taking the “chain” out of supply chain  Reduces loss factor of perishables and consumer goods due to delivery delays  Able to transport large equipment in an efficient, cost effective manner with no infrastructure

7 7 Dependent Upon Extensive Infrastructure Geographically Restricted and Dependent Upon Extensive Infrastructure A UNIQUE POSITION IN THE TRANSPORT LANDSCAPE Aeroscraft will offer an innovative transport solution without infrastructure or geographical restrictions

8 8 REDUCED OPERATING & SUSTAINING COSTS  Compared to conventional airplanes, the Aeroscraft does not burn fuel to create lifting power – only to propel itself forward  Diesel-powered generators produce electricity to drive electric motors (propellers)  Reduced fuel consumption compared to other modes of air transportation  Approximately 68% less carbon emissions per ton-mile than a Boeing 747  Creates less noise pollution — Take-off for an Aeroscraft is approximately decibels, versus decibels for a Boeing 747 Payload Ton-mile per Gallon of Fuel

9 9 AEROSCRAFT - UNIQUE ATTRIBUTES Speed  Cruising speed of approximately 115 mph Range  Up to 3,100 nautical miles for the ML866; 5,100 nautical miles for the ML868 Fuel  Energy requirements and costs are approximately a third of traditional aircraft costs Maintenance  Maintenance of the vehicle will be easier and less expensive than traditional aircraft No “pressurization cycles” leads to a longer useful life Cargo Bay  The Aeroscraft’s weight payload and the dimensions of the cargo bay will lead the way to transport oversize or low density cargo via air VTOL and Infrastructure Independence  Capable of VTOL operations at full payload, rendering various infrastructure unnecessary Cargo Handling System  No ground loading or unloading equipment required at departure or landing points  ISO Containers will be shipped via Aeroscraft and avoid port and terminal bottlenecks

10 10 CARGO BAY SIZE  The largest cargo aircrafts remain size-limited, leading to the necessary disassembly of large equipment shipments; in some cases, this even prevents firms from producing larger and better equipment due to the lack of economical, swift transport options  The Aeroscraft will offer a barge-like payload with aircraft range, helicopter speed and VTOL capability T HE A EROSCRAFT ’ S OUTSIZED CARGO BAY CREATES MANY PREVIOUSLY UNFATHOMABLE OPPORTUNITIES IN THE OVERSIZE AND CONVENTIONAL CARGO MARKET ML866: 66-ton PayloadML868: 250-ton Payload Lockheed C5 Galaxy

11 11 AEROSCRAFT MARKET SEGMENTS  Cost of carrier fleet  Cost of inventory in pipeline inventory reduction  ISO containers  Redaction modes or single mode  Manufacturing process  Automotive assembly parts  On-time delivery  Cost of a flexible infrastructure adjustable flexible routes  Increasing demand  ISO containers  Redaction modes or single mode  Consumer goods: small packages  Large shipments  West China online sales  Reduction on direct operating cost  Increasing volume (low density)  ISO containers  Redaction modes or single mode  General cargo  Footwear  Flowers  Size and weight  Lack of receiving, connecting and nodes infrastructure  Reduction of product complexity, off-service time and increasing performance  Redaction modes or single mode  Project cargo  Wind turbine  Large equipment  Next generation satellites  “Antonov 124 “  Infrastructure development cost  Time to start  Reduction of risk factor  Redaction modes or single mode  Transportation  Enabler  Oil/Gas exploration tower relocation  Mining operation  Integration of product in transition production process  ISO containers  Redaction modes or single mode  Redistributed manufacturing  Electronics products Market SegmentEconomical EffectType of OperationsIllustrated Case Logistics Pipeline Distribution Network Delivery Limitations Limited Time Logistic Operations Manufacturing Transportation A BILITY TO HANDLE SEVERAL TYPES OF PROJECTS THAT ARE CURRENTLY UNACHIEVABLE OR UNECONOMICAL VIA EXISTING AIR CARGO OPERATIONS

12 12 TRANSFORMING GLOBAL LOGISTICS Several Limitations Including:  Infrastructure independence will substantially increase the size of the market  Ability to bypass multimodal logistics through direct delivery  Oversized cargo bay allows transport of products previously not transportable  Infrastructure limitations prohibit delivery either indefinitely or until time consuming and expensive  Multimodal logistics too costly and time intensive  Inability to transport certain oversized cargo results in partial manufactured products and assembly at final destination The Aeroscraft Solution *IATA Annual Review 2013 Today Aeroscraft Future Global Transportation and Logistics Market $6.4 Trillion* Aeroscraft New Global Transportation and Logistics Market Truck ShipHelicopterAirplane

13 13 AEROSCRAFT & OPERATIONAL PARTNERS A EROSCRAFT C ORP. WILL BUILD A EROSCRAFTS AND OPERATE THEM ON FLEET ACCESS LEASES I NITIAL FLEET : 4 OF ML866 (66- TON ) AND 18 OF ML868 (250- TON ) Aeros Aeronautical Systems, Inc. Aeros Cargo Airline LLC Aeros Logistics LLC  Aeros Aeronautical Systems, Inc. – manufacturer of Aeroscrafts  Aeros Cargo Airline LLC – provider of crew, maintenance and insurance  Aeros Logistics LLC – charter operations and other logistics services


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