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Company Overview AIAA TCM February 15, 2011 Company Overview, 01. 11 Company Overview AIAA TCM February 15, 2011 Company Overview, 01. 11

Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 1 Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 1

Gulfstream Expanding Savannah Facilities • New $500 M, 7 year facilities expansion announced November Gulfstream Expanding Savannah Facilities • New $500 M, 7 year facilities expansion announced November 15, 2010 to position Gulfstream to take advantage of the next economic growth cycle – Creating 1, 000 new jobs – New facilities in the northwest quadrant of the Savannah airport – Renovations to current Savannah facilities – Expansion of the Research and Development Center (RDC) Campus Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 2

Gulfstream Product Line 3, 000 nm (5, 556 km) at M 0. 75 3, Gulfstream Product Line 3, 000 nm (5, 556 km) at M 0. 75 3, 400 nm (6, 297 km) at M 0. 80 G 350: 3, 800 nm (7, 038 km) at M 0. 80 G 450: 4, 350 nm (8, 056 km) at M 0. 80 G 500: 5, 800 nm (10, 742 km) at M 0. 80 G 550: 6, 750 nm (12, 501 km) at M 0. 80 7, 000 nm (12, 964 km) at M 0. 85 G 150, G 200 range with 4 passengers / G 350 – G 650 range with 8 passengers G 150 shown with optional Enhanced Vision System (EVS) Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 3

Product Line Comparison Existing Line and Announced Products G 150 G 200 G 250 Product Line Comparison Existing Line and Announced Products G 150 G 200 G 250 G 350 G 450 Gulfstream L 45 XR Bombardier L 40 XR L 85 CL 300 CL 605 L 60 XR F 2000 LX F 2000 DX Cessna Premier H 750 F 900 LX F 7 X F 900 DX Cit X Phenom 100 300 Legacy 600 Lineage 1000 Legacy 500 Legacy 650 Increasing Aircraft Capability and Price Aircraft in development Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 4 G 650 G 7000 G 8000 Sovereign Legacy 450 Embraer GEX-XRS H 4000 H 400 XP H 900 XP Mustang, CJ 1, CJ 2 XLS+ CJ 3, CJ 4 G 5000 G 550 CL 850 Dassault Hawker Beechcraft G 500

Advanced R&D Programs • Gulfstream is a leader in advanced technology research • Committed Advanced R&D Programs • Gulfstream is a leader in advanced technology research • Committed to significant investments in support of new and existing aircraft development to excel in leading edge technologies Advanced Technologies include • Flight Deck • Vision Systems • Flight Controls • Cabin Environment • Completions • Manufacturing • Composites • Supersonic Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 5

Worldwide Presence on six continents with 44 facilities Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 6 Worldwide Presence on six continents with 44 facilities Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 6

AIN Product Support Survey 2010 Gulfstream (Large Cabin) Best in Market* Cessna (Citation) Gulfstream AIN Product Support Survey 2010 Gulfstream (Large Cabin) Best in Market* Cessna (Citation) Gulfstream (Mid-cabin) Bombardier (Learjet) Dassault (Falcon) Hawker Beechcraft (Hawker) Bombardier (Challenger) Boeing (BBJ) Hawker Beechcraft (Beechjet/Premier 1/H 400 XP) Bombardier (Global) Gulfstream Product Support receives top ranking - eighth year in a row * Large cabin support of aircraft of all ages Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 7

Summary • Broad product line • Best product support worldwide • Leader in advanced Summary • Broad product line • Best product support worldwide • Leader in advanced technology for enhanced safety • Financially strong for continued investments in all aspects of the business • Over 50 years of experience Moving confidently into the future Company Overview, 01. 11, Page 8

Barriers to Automation of Aircraft Production Steve Ritchie Feb 15, 2011 Barriers to Automation of Aircraft Production Steve Ritchie Feb 15, 2011

Why Automate ? • More Repeatable Processes • Improved Quality • Environmental Benefits – Why Automate ? • More Repeatable Processes • Improved Quality • Environmental Benefits – Paint & Sealant applications • Health & Safety Improvements – Ergonomic, Repetitive Strain Syndrome • Reduced Labor Content and Cost • Limited and Shrinking Skilled Workforce • Competitors Worldwide are Investing

Challenges • High Capital Cost - $M’s – typically only justifiable with new program Challenges • High Capital Cost - $M’s – typically only justifiable with new program • Low Production Volumes • Intricacy of Product Design Limits Access • Accuracy and Repeatability of Robots • Fastener Types and Specs • Product Evolution vs Clean sheet • Certification and Inspection / Validation • Flexibility for Change – Programming / Tooling vs Human • Labor Content is Small % of Cost • 2 D Engineering Data Automation vs Design for Manufacture

Significant Progress on G 650 • Machined Components replacing Sheetmetal – Better repeatability improves Significant Progress on G 650 • Machined Components replacing Sheetmetal – Better repeatability improves aircraft assembly time • Integrated Panel Assembly Cell (IPAC) – Frame attachment to skins – Fuselage joining straps • Robotic Trim and Drill on Empennage Assembly (Fokker) • Automated Tape Layup – Composite Horizontal Skins • Automated Electrical Harness Testing • Mortise & Tenon Furniture – CNC Routing Leveraging Engineering 3 D Data in Manufacturing

Brotje IPAC Machine for G 650 Fuselage Panels Attaches Frames and Splice Straps Install Brotje IPAC Machine for G 650 Fuselage Panels Attaches Frames and Splice Straps Install 32, 000 fasteners Drill 24, 000 pilot holes Drill 4, 000 full size holes Accuracy +/- 0. 005’ Investment approx. $6. 5 M

Robotics • Actively Benchmarking use of Robotics in Aerospace over last 3 years by Robotics • Actively Benchmarking use of Robotics in Aerospace over last 3 years by Advanced Manufacturing team • Discussions and site visits with Robotic Integrators – Kuka Systems – Electroimpact – Brotje • Potential Applications being reviewed – Drilling of sub-assemblies – Fastener installation – Paint application – Fillet Sealing

Industry Observations on Robotic Applications • Significant Progress been made in Recent Years – Industry Observations on Robotic Applications • Significant Progress been made in Recent Years – Acquisition Costs have reduced – Accuracy and Repeatability have improved • Standard 0. 025”to 0. 040” typical – Integrated Programming within Delmia PLM products • i. GRIP module for Robotics – Incorporation by Tooling / Equipment integrators • Implementations in several Aerospace companies – Fokker – Spirit – Premium Aerotech – Airbus

KUKA System for Vertical Assembly Potential Single Sided Fastener installation ROM cost $1. 8 KUKA System for Vertical Assembly Potential Single Sided Fastener installation ROM cost $1. 8 M including tooling Robot on Modular Pallet to allow use in other work cells

Summary • Gulfstream is actively implementing various forms of automation based on overall business Summary • Gulfstream is actively implementing various forms of automation based on overall business benefits • Product Design is a Critical Enabler to Leverage Opportunities • Off-the-shelf accuracy of Robots requires additional Alignment system overlay to achieve Aerospace accuracies / tolerances – Typically need. 010” to. 015” (IPAC 0. 005”) • Load and Function Capability of Head is limited – End effectors developed for specific applications • Application requires Highly Repeatable activities – Hard to cost justify for low production volume – Pallet mount systems for use in multiple cells • Gulfstream will continue to explore potential applications for automation