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    Get Ahead in the

    Aerospace Race 2016, Lisboa

    Romain SOHIER

    01 Aerospace History 02 Market and Challenges 03 What it takes to Be An Aerospace Supplier Rules and Regulations Quality Standards Supply Chain Standards Supplier Management Supply Chain Improvement 04 Conclusion and way forward

    Get Ahead in the Aerospace Race Contents

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    Aerospace History

    01

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    Flying: A reality born of a shared vision

    Lindbergh - 1927

    1900 1950 2000

    Wright Brothers - 1903

    1969 - Concorde

    1952

    De Haviland Comet

    9 Million passengers

    2.6 billion passengers

    2005

    A380

    2013

    A350

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    Airbus a Project

    1967-1970

    A300 was launched in 1969

    British Government and Rolls-Royce pulled out of Airbus.

    Hawker Siddeley stayed in as a private venture.

    GE CF6-50 from DC-10-30 chosen for A300B.

    Jetliner order share evolution 1952-1976

    1952 1956 1960 1964 1968 1972 1976

    USA 97%

    Europe 3%

    Number of units (%)

    0

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    Europe

    de Havilland Comet entered service

    2 May 1952

    Boeing

    Boeing 707

    EIS 26 Oct 58

    Douglas

    Douglas DC-8 EIS 18 Sept 59

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    1970 Airbus Industrie (joint venture)

    Economic Interest Group

    (joint venture)

    20%

    37.9%

    4.2%

    37.9%

    St Nazaire

    Hamburg

    Toulouse

    Broughton

    Nantes

    Bremen

    Munich

    Madrid

    Airbus Industrie

    Production sharing

    A300-600R shown

    France

    Germany

    U.K.

    Spain

    VFW-Fokker

    GE, PW

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    French, German and

    British governments

    agreement on the

    development of an

    European aircraft

    1967

    Creation of

    Airbus Industrie GIE

    (Grouping of Economic Interest)

    1970

    A300 first flight

    Worlds first twin-aisle

    twin-engine widebody

    aircraft

    1972

    A310 first flight

    Two men cockpit

    1982

    A300-600 first flight

    A modern version

    of A300

    1983

    A320 first flight

    A new family, the widest

    single aisle cabin

    First fly-by-wire flight

    controls & side stick

    controllers

    1987

    A340 first flight

    Four engines,

    long-haul aircraft

    1991

    A330 first flight

    Two engines,

    long-haul aircraft

    1992

    1,000th aircraft

    Delivery

    A321 first flight

    Expanding the

    A320 family

    1993

    A300-600ST

    first flight Beluga

    1994

    A319 first flight

    Expanding the

    A320 family

    1995

    Putting Europe back on the civil aviation scene

    History

    80% 20%

    2001 Airbus Integrated Company within

    European Aeronautic Defence and Space (EADS)

    Economic Interest Group

    (joint venture)

    20%

    37.9%

    4.2%

    37.9%

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    Airbus integrated

    company

    A340-600 first flight

    2001

    3,000th aircraft

    delivery

    A318 first flight

    Expanding the A320 family

    A340-500 first flight

    2002

    5,000th aircraft

    order

    2004

    A380 first flight

    2005

    A350XWB

    Industrial launch

    (Extra wide-body)

    2006

    5,000th aircraft

    delivery

    First Chinese production

    facility in Tianjin

    2007

    A400M first flight

    2009

    6,000th aircraft

    delivery

    A320neo

    Industrial launch

    new engines option

    2010

    10,000th aircraft

    order

    7,000th aircraft

    delivery

    2011

    Final assembly of

    the first A350XWB

    First-ever commercial

    Perfect flight with an A319

    cutting CO2 emissions by

    more than 40%

    Decision for the First U.S.

    production facility in Mobile,

    Alabama

    2012

    The world leading aircraft manufacturer

    History

    First flight A350,

    certification and

    first delivery

    2014

    A330neo

    Industrial launch

    new engines option

    2014 Airbus Group

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    Airbus Groups Mission?

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    Airbus Group

    3 divisions

    Employees: ~ 73,500

    Revenues: ~ 40 bn

    Fabrice Brgier

    Employees: ~ 22,400

    Revenues: ~ 6 bn

    Guillaume Faury

    Employees: ~ 40,000

    Revenues: ~ 14 bn

    Bernhard Gerwert

    Employees*: ~ 136,000

    Revenues*: ~ 59 bn

    Tom Enders

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    Airbus Group Revenue & Order Book

    2015

    * Commercial Order Intake and Order Book based on list prices

    Market and Challenges

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    Single Aisle Jet Production climbs relentlessly to support this

    demand

    Air travel remains a growth market

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    Global Market Forecast 2014-2033

    Airbus versus Boeing

    Only US$ 0.6

    trillion gap!

    Air travel will grow Forecast by region

    Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPK)

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    Today: Aviation Mega Cities are cities where more than 10,000

    daily long-haul passengers are handled

    Tomorrow: Aviation Mega Cities are cities where more than 10,000

    daily long-haul passengers are handled

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    These airports are already largely congested

    What will the market demand be?

    a decisive factor in the airlines choice was that Airbus was able to offer early delivery slots, but Boeing

    couldnt we really need deliveries around 2017, 2018A350 are expected to give a 20% improvement in

    operating cost per seats over Delta's existing aircraft Richard H. Anderson, Deltas chief executive

    Delta swaps Boeings for Airbus planes in $14 billion order

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    Environment in Europe

    Environnement en Europe

    2014 2020 2008

    Clean Sky is the most ambitious aeronautical research programme ever launched in Europe.

    Its mission is to develop breakthrough technologies to significantly increase the environmental

    performance of airplanes and air transport, resulting in less noisy and more fuel efficient aircraft, hence

    bringing a key contribution in achieving the Single European Sky environmental objectives

    http://www.cleansky.eu/

    Environnement au Quebec

    Environment in Quebec

    The Coalition for Greener Aircraft is an association of specialists in the field of aeronautics who have come

    together with the common goal of designing environmentally-friendly parts and systems for the aviation industry

    while mobilizing Quebec's industry.

    The Coalition for Greener Aircraft, through research and development activities, strives to maintain Quebec's

    competitive position as a world leader in the rapidly changing aeronautics market, as we face the challenges of

    climate change and resulting environmental regulations

    The Quebec government is committed to continue supporting

    innovative initiatives, such as the Major Developmental Project of

    the Greener Aircraft

    http://www.sa2ge.org

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    Environment in USA

    The ERA Project is comprised of three subprojects: Airframe Technology, Propulsion

    Technology and Vehicle Systems Integration. Work within the project is coordinated with

    research performed by other programs within NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission

    Directorate as well as other federal government agencies

    Current-generation aircraft already benefit from the NASA investments in aeronautical research that have improved

    fuel efficiencies, lowered noise levels and reduced harmful emissions. Although substantial progress has been

    made, much more needs to be done.

    Forecasts call for the nation's air transportation system to expand significantly within the next two decades.

    Such an expansion could bring adverse environmental impacts.

    To neutralize or reduce these impacts is the goal of the ERA Project and its focused research.

    ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE AVIATION (ERA) PROJECT

    http://www.aeronautics.nasa.gov

    Environment in USA

    Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions, and Noise (CLEEN) Program

    The Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions and Noise (CLEEN) program is a NextGen

    effort to accelerate development and commercial deployment of environmentally

    promising aircraft technologies and sustainable alternative fuels. The aircraft