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BOEING CAPITAL CORPORATION

Next-Generation 737
Family
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737 Next-Generation
Continuous innovation in the worlds best-selling jet airplane family
Demonstrated success in multiple market segments
Highest reliability, high utilization, fast turn times
Continuous innovation
6,909 firm orders and 4,117 deliveries with 131 customers*

* As of July 31, 2012


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Next-Generation 737 customers operate throughout


the world
6,260 firm orders
4,117 deliveries
131 customers

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Through July 31, 2012


Number of customers exclude BBJ

GOL operates the 737NG

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The 737 MAX extends the Boeing advantage


737 MAX
Maximum advantage
New Engine and
new AT Winglet
2017

737 Classic

Next-Generation 737

Blended
Winglets
2001

6% fuel burn reduction


over 10 years
Carbon
Brakes
2008

Boeing Sky
Interior
2010

Performance
Improvements
2011

Entry into Service Date

1980

85

90

95

2000

05

10

Winglets
2012

15

New Engine
2015

Minor interior upgrade


Minor aerodynamics cleanupwing-to-body fairing

A320 Series
To compete with 737 Classic

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Minor fuel-burn improvements from 6 different engines

A320neo
To compete with the 737NG

2020

737 MAX is designed for maximum advantage


Increased range and maximum takeoff weight with reduced fuel burn
Local fuselage
strengthening

Local empennage
strengthening

Aft body aero


improvements

New strut and


nacelle

Systems
revisions

CFM LEAP-1B
engine

Wing
modifications

Main landing gear


strengthening

Flight deck
revisions

Nose landing gear


modifications

Changes relative to Next-Generation 737


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Meeting tomorrows environmental standards


Cleaner, quieter, more efficient
13% reduction in fuel
and carbon emissions*

*Compared to Next-Generation 737


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50% below CAEP/6 limits


for NOx

40% smaller community


noise footprint*

Unique Advanced Technology winglet


More efficient than any other wingtip device in single-aisle market

Combines rake tip technology


with a dual feather winglet concept
Reduces fuel burn up to an additional 1.5%
Fits within todays airport gate constraints
Validated in the wind tunnel

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Revised tail design reduces drag by 1%


Next-Generation 737

737 MAX

Aerodynamic improvements:
Section 48 extended
APU inlet redesigned
Vortex generators eliminated

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CFM LEAP-1B: combining the best of proven


technologies
Long-range
fuel-burn
performance

High-cycle
reliability and
durability

GE90 service
Years:

16

Engines:

1,200

EFH:

23M

CFM56 service

GE90-76B/85B

GEnx maturation
GE90-94B

Engine testing:

5 yrs

Dev. Cycles:

19,000

787 / 747-8 hrs.:

3,000

Years:

30

Engines:

22,500

EFH:

550M

D&C rate:

99.98%

LEAP

GE90-115B

CFM56-3

CFM56-5A

CFM56-5C

GP7000
CFM56-5B/P and -7B
GEnx
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CFM56 Tech Insertion


and -7BE

The 737 MAX engine integrates efficiently


737 MAX CFM LEAP-1B
737NG CFM56-7B

17 in

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18 in

Aerodynamic integration of the 737 MAX engine with


the wing is similar to that of the 787
737NG

737 MAX

787

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The Next-Generation 737 with a 61-inch fan

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The 737 MAX with a 69-inch fan

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MAX passenger appeal is available only on the 737


Boeing Sky Interior

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737 MAX retains structural efficiency advantage for


lower operating costs
Weight drives fuel burn, maintenance cost, and landing and navigation fees

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737 better today and tomorrow


737-800

A320

Fuel burn / seat

61

737 MAX
-14%
+3%
-1%
-1%
13% reduction

737NG is
7% better
today

Engine
Weight & Drag
Winglet
Aft body
Total

68

A320neo
-14%
+4%
-2%
0%
12% reduction

A320neo

737 MAX 8

Typical mission rules


500-nmi trip
Two-class seating
737-800 includes optional winglets

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69

737 MAX
will be 8%
better
tomorrow

78

737 MAX will complement the 737NG


Next-Generation 737

737 MAX
Same
Pilot type rating

737-900ER

737-800

Same
Ground handling
Same
Maintenance
program

737-9

737-8

Same
Flight simulators
737-700

Same
Reliability

Operators will easily transition to the 737 MAX


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737-7

649 MAX firm orders from six customers

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100

150

201

100

23

100

As of August 3, 2012

737 MAX schedule

Firm
Concept

Firm
Configuration

Design

Build

First
Flight

Entry into
Service

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

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