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Low Cost Aircraft
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Increasing The Pilot Population
Utilizing
Tecnam Aircraft
From NTAS 2008
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Decreasing Pilot Numbers
Increasing Training Costs
Decreasing Pay
Increasing Need for Well Trained
Pilots
• What has happened in the past year?
– Has the situation improved?
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Pilot Statistics
CATEGORY
Through 3/1/09
2007
2006
2005
Pilot--Total
577,062*
590,349
597,109
609,737
Student
75,088*
84,339
84,866
87,213
246*
239
239
278
2,734
2,031
939
134
Private
230,032*
211,096
219,233
228,619
Commercial
126,944*
115,127
117,610
120,614
Airline Transport
142,018*
143,953
141,935
141,992
91,928*
92,175
91,343
90,555
Unknown
309,865
309,333
311,828
Recreational (only)
Sport
Airplane
Flight Instructor Certificates
Instrument Ratings
* Current totals include all class and category – Not Airplane Specific
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Digging Deep For Numbers
ESTIMATED ACTIVE PILOT CERTIFICATES HELD
As of December 31, 2007
Age Group
Total
Student
Sport
Rec
Private
Comercial
ATP
CFI
Total
590,349
84,339
2,031
242
228,475
128,540
146,722
92,175
14-15
178
178
0
0
0
0
0
0
16-19
16,414
12,127
8
0
3,932
347
0
85
20-24
43,576
17,260
21
18
15,815
10,251
211
5,323
25-29
44,037
11,264
29
3
12,897
15,648
4,196
10,419
30-34
42,544
7,573
45
13
12,633
11,646
10,634
9,586
35-39
53,712
7,341
80
12
17,117
11,381
17,781
10,783
40-44
63,784
7,246
188
19
22,160
10,915
23,256
9,816
45-49
73,359
7,049
321
24
28,648
11,707
25,610
9,462
50-54
75,861
5,897
430
40
34,176
12,845
22,473
9,442
55-59
65,894
3,864
368
38
30,027
13,126
18,471
8,735
60-64
52,718
2,408
280
25
23,089
13,184
13,732
8,246
65-69
30,609
1,216
167
18
14,286
8,743
6,179
4,954
70-74
14,969
550
74
11
7,158
4,599
2,577
2,885
75-79
8,380
255
18
13
4,466
2,560
1,068
1,529
80 +
4,314
111
2
8
2,071
1,588
534
910
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Time Is Now
• Aviation Daily Reported on 3/12/08:
“U.S. airlines may have received a five-year reprieve from
scrambling to find enough pilots because of the recent
lifting of the Age 60 mandatory retirement rule, but the
pilot shortage will soon catch up.
The shortage may be more acute and imminent at the
regional airline and instructor level, but it will creep up -and quickly -- to major airlines, which need to start
planning now and considering new programs, such as
paying for training, to bring more pilots into the pool...
The cost of flight training is exorbitant. It now costs
$120,000 to $180,000 for a four-year flight education.
Students cannot borrow that much, and government
loans are limited to $25,000, says Levy. Students then
face 10 to 15 years of paying back their loans, assuming
they complete the program, and half of them do not.”
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Major Carrier Pay - 2008
•1st Year FO
•$47.00
•1st Year Capt.
•$110.00
•2nd Year FO
•$58.00
•2nd Year Capt.
•$113.00
•12th Year FO
•$87.00
•12th Year Capt.
•$147.00
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Regional Carrier Pay - 2008
•1st Year FO
•$23.00
•1st Year Capt.
•$60.80
•2nd Year FO
•$37.61
•2nd Year Capt.
•$62.69
•12th Year FO
•$45.15
•12th Year Capt.
•$86.55
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Starting Salaries - 2008
• Accountant – 1st Year
– $33,617 - $48,925
• Software Engineer – 1st Year
– $42,435 - $66,278
• Marketing Assistant – 1st Year
– $27,340 - $46,085
• FO Regional Airline – 1st Year
– $15,960 - $24,000
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Reality Check - ROI
• Student Loans - Between 6.0% - 8.8%
– $55,000.00 = $697.78 per month @ 8.8%
– $44,000.00 = $552.62 per month @ 8.8%
• Full Cost of Education
– $193,280.00 4 year education
• Private University w/ Flight Training
– $2,145.80 per month @ 6.0%
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From 2008 FAA Forecast
“Student pilots are important to general aviation and
the aviation industry as a whole. In 2007,
according to statistics compiled by the FAA’s Mike
Monroney Aeronautical Center, the number of
student pilots decreased by 0.6 percent.
This is the third consecutive year of decline in this
important pilot category.
The industry has, over the past several years,
maintained several industry-wide programs
designed to attract new pilots to general aviation.
The industry is trying to stimulate interest in
flying, but the data suggest that more may need to
be done.”
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Times Are Changing
“Toto, I have a feeling we're not in
Kansas anymore.”
Dorothy
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Time For Change
“Without change there is no
innovation, creativity, or incentive
for improvement. Those who initiate
change will have a better
opportunity to manage the change
that is inevitable.”
William Pollard
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Lowering the Costs of Training
• Tecnam Aircraft Line
– Eaglet
– Sierra JR (Optional Retractable)
– P2006T
• Commonality of Parts
• Lower Cost of Operation
• Complete Training Solution
– Tecnam and Mechtronix
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Eaglet Interior
• Excellent Useful Load
– Standard Equipment - 590 lbs
• Roomy Cabin
– Over 45 inches at Shoulder
– Excellent Headroom
– In-Flight Adjustable Seats
• Large Panel
– Accommodates Steam or Glass
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Eaglet Capabilities
• Only US Spin Approved LSA
• Demonstrated Crosswind - 15 KTS
• IFR Capable
– File and Fly
• Used Worldwide in Flight Schools
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Tecnam SEL Operating Costs
Fuel (GPH):
4.0
Fuel Costs/Gallon:
3.80
Fuel Costs/Hour:
15.20
Oil Costs per Hour:
2.00
Maintenance Cost/Hour: @ $65.00 per hour
10.00
Hourly Engine Reserve:
6.30
Prop T/R Reserve:
1.00
Total Variable Costs/Hour:
34.50
Average Speed (KTS):
114
Cost/NM:
0.30
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P2006T
• Excellent Useful Load
– Equipped with Glass Cockpit - 970 lbs
• Roomy Cabin
– Over 49.2 inches
– Excellent Headroom
– Fully Adjustable Seats
• Large Panel
– Certified with Steam Gauges
– Undergoing Glass Panel Certification
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P2006T Capabilities
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146 KTS - Under 10 gal an hour
9,000 ft. - Single Engine Service Ceiling
15,000 ft. - Service Ceiling
49 KTS - Stall Speed
• 1140 FPM - Rate of Climb
• All Aluminum
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Tecnam Twin Operating Costs
2009 P2006T
Fuel Options:
100 LL
Auto Gas
Fuel (GPH):
8.00
8.00
Fuel Costs/Gallon:
3.80
2.20
30.40
17.60
5.20
1.40
29.75
29.75
2.25
2.25
Hourly Engine Reserve: 1500 TBO – Overhaul
12.00
12.00
Hourly Engine Reserve: 1500 TBO - Exchange
28.60
28.60
3.00
3.00
82.60
66.00
101.20
82.60
Fuel Costs/Hour:
Oil Costs per Hour:
Maintenance Cost/Hour: @ $85.00 per hour
Time Limited and Wear Item Replacement
Prop T/R Reserve: 2000 TBO
Total Variable Costs/Hour: Overhaul
Total Variable Costs/Hour: Exchange
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Tecnam
• US Parts Warehouse
• European Parts Warehouse
• Significant Fleet Data
– 10,000 hour A/C in Europe
• All Metal
– Pre- punched CNC Manufactured Parts
• Many Parts US Manufactured
• Full Garmin Suite Available
– Other Glass Options in Process
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Turnkey Solution
• Mechtronix Aviation Services
– Level 2-6 FTD
– Full Training Suite
• Working with Tecnam
– Level 6 PFD for P2006T
– Optional Level 6 PFD for SEL
• Level 6 FTD with 98% Availability
– Estimated Cost of Operation - $5.00 hr
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Mechtronix
– A growing & profitable company
• Among top 3 manufacturers of flight simulators worldwide
– F.I. Census 07/2007
• Fastest growing player (+40% per year in the past 3 years)
• Vision and Leadership (First worldwide in JAR 3A MCC in
1998, JAR 2A FTD in 2001, FP DLP Visuals in 1995, N ZFT
in 2006, FFT X for OPC 2007)
– Mechtronix has been in the business for 20
years…
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Founded in 1987
A worldwide presence
An established track record
A full range of flight training simulators exceeding
regulatory requirements
– … with solid foundations to fuel our growth
• Backed by Canada’s largest institutional investors (CPDQ)
• A team of 200 dedicated experts in electronics, control
systems, modelling, computer programming, mechanical
design and manufacturing, etc.
• A network of exclusive and active partners
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A worldwide track record
Selection of client references in the FTO industry
More than 100 machines delivered to the most prestigious FTO
= A trustworthy and credible partner
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FTO Challenges
– Train pilots: fulfill your Mission to “Get Them
Wings”
– Lower the costs while improving training
– Get the most advanced training technology
at the best prices
– Work with a reliable provider of reliable
simulators
– Make the simulator maintenance easy and
cost effective
– Make a long term investment in an evolving
machine that will not become obsolete
Mechtronix is your partner of choice
providing the GA professional community with the best of
both worlds: modern jet technology at GA prices
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Our products
MCC/CRM Flight Trainers
Regulatory Qualification
– JAR-STD 3A FNPTII MCC
– FAA FTD level 2/3/5/6
Key Features
– Can be configured as Twin Turboprop
(B200)
reconfigurable to Twin piston and/or
Single Engine
• Synthetic Instrument Display™
• Credits for IR/MCC/CRM
– Ascent® Jet Trainer™
• Generic Jet based on RJ
• EFIS, FMS, TCAS, etc.
• Credits for MCC/CRM
The most versatile solutions
= Maximum training outcome
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Easy Maintenance
– High Fidelity Industrial Grade
Products
• Heavy duty mechanical design
• Easy access to parts
– Easy Part replacement
• Maximization of COTS usage
• Contractual availability of spares for 15
years
– Guaranteed availability rate of 98%
Highest quality product
+ best support
= Highest reliability
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Customer Support
Added to the high quality and fidelity of our products, Mechtronix ensure
the best technical customer support for a highest reliability of your
machines
Customer Support Service
• Hot Line and Network Link Support
• Dedicated customer support Website
• 24 Hour UOG Service
• Regular on-site visits
• Obsolescence program
• Price Escalation Protection
• Recommended modifications bulletin
• Ascent® Service Bulletins
• Unit Software Updates
• 50% discount on spares manufactured by Mechtronix
• Discounted rate for extra tech support visit
• Priority services
• Access airport visual database library
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“Enabling Training Ops”
• Aircraft knowledge
• Simulator
• Training devices
• Building/facilities
• Head of Training
• Quality Manager
• Pilot
• Maintenance Technician
• Program designer
• Legal Advisor
Equipment
People
Regulation
Quality
• OEM Label
• Regulatory
documentation
• Quality system
implementation
• Auditing and monitoring
• TRTO
• JAR STD
• Part 147
• EU ops
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Contacts At Tecnam
United States
Lynne Birmingham
Tel: 770.309.4155
[email protected]
Europe
Paolo Pascale Langer
Tel: 390823 620134
[email protected]
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Contacts At MSI
Americas
François Tremblay
Tel: +1 514 651-4074
[email protected]
Europe, Middle East & Africa
René Veerman
Tel: +31 229 582 165
[email protected]
Asia Pacific
Jean-Pierre Clercin
Tel:+1 514 839 2300
[email protected]
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Thank You
The world hates change, yet it is the
only thing that has brought progress.
Charles Kettering
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