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Phenom 100

Maintenance and Program Updates


March 27th,2010
Naples FL

LUIS COLARINO PHENOM CUSTOMER SUPPORT


The Phenoms are now flying everywhere...

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Worldwide Fleet Distribution

WORLD FLEET - FEBRUARY 2010


P100 %

104 Aircraft 100%


76 Operators 100%
13 Countries 100%
DEFENSE: 04 aircraft delivered

NORTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA CHINA


P100 % P100 %
62 Aircraft 60% 0 Aircraft 0%
38 Operators 50% 0 Operators 0%
60 Aircraft in USA

LATIN AMERICA ASIA PACIFIC


P100 % P100 %
29 Aircraft 28% 0 Aircraft 0%
26 Operators 34% EUROPE, AFRICA AND MIDDLE EAST 0 Operators 0%
P100 % DEFENSE: 04 aircraft delivered
13 Aircraft 13%
12 Operators 16%

As of March 1st, 2010

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Phenom 100 Fleet Operational Summary

PHENOM 100 FLEET OPERATIONAL SUMMARY


Up to March, 1st 2010
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY

Total Flight Hours (Accum.) 9,773


Total Flight Cicles (Accum.) 8,164
Average Flight Time per Flight Cycle (FH/FC) 1.20
(S/N: 50000018) 528.8 FH
Fleet Leader
(S/N: 50000010) 452 FC

PHENOM 100 AIRCRAFT DELIVERIES (*)


Up to March, 1st 2010
125
Monthly
104
Accumulated 99
100 95
(*) Excluding DEFENSE fleet.
Number Of Aircraft

75
60
52
50 43
33
21 25
25 13 18
3 5 8
2
0
Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb
2008 2009 2010

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Phenom 100 Fleet Operational Summary

PHENOM 100 Fleet - Flight Time

1600
1400
1200
1000
FH & FC

800
600
400
200
0
JAN FEB MAR ABR MAI JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

FH - MO FC - MO

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Phenom 100 Fleet Operational Summary

PHENOM 100 Fleet - FH&FC Average per Aircraft

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30

25
21.8
FH & FC

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17.0
15

10

0
JAN FEB MAR ABR MAI JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

FH - MO (average) FC - MO (average)
FH - ACC (average) FC - ACC (average)

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Technical Items Update

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Technical Reports Summary

PHENOM 100 - In Service Request by Month


(TECHNICAL ISR)
250 100.0%

200 80.0%

% per cycle
150 60.0%
ISR Qty

104 102
100 86 89 90 88 83 81 40.0%
69 69
50 39 20.0%
29 22 6.9%
19
0 0.0%
JAN FEB MAR ABR MAI JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

ISR - MO (Tech ISR) ISR per cycle - L1MO (Tech ISR)

ISR: Technical Report received by Embraer thru the Contact Center from Service Centers, Field Reps or Customers

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Technical Reports Top 25 Items

ISRs (L3MO) ISRs (L6MO) ISRs (L12MO)


FC 3340 FC 5838 FC 7944
FAIL DESCRIPTION RANK QTY RATE RANK QTY RATE RANK QTY RATE
FLAP NOT AVAILABLE / FAIL # 01 12 0.36% # 02 22 0.38% # 01 53 0.67%
WING-STAB ICE PROTECTION FAIL / PROBLEM # 02 11 0.33% # 04 20 0.34% # 07 24 0.30%
BRAKE INOP / FAIL # 03 10 0.30% # 01 28 0.48% # 03 44 0.55%
PITCH TRIM NORMAL FAIL # 04 9 0.27% # 07 15 0.26% # 06 24 0.30%
VCS FAIL # 05 8 0.24% # 03 20 0.34% # 02 50 0.63%
FCSOV FAIL # 06 7 0.21% # 05 19 0.33% # 04 25 0.31%
LG LEVER DISAGREE / HANDLE PROBLEM # 07 7 0.21% # 11 11 0.19% # 17 12 0.15%
TEMPERATURE CONTROL FAIL # 08 6 0.18% # 15 9 0.15% # 21 10 0.13%
MLG ACTUATOR PROBLEM / LEAKING # 09 6 0.18% # 16 8 0.14% # 14 13 0.16%
GROUND COOLING FAN FAIL # 10 6 0.18% # 20 7 0.12% # 20 10 0.13%
ENGINE INDICATING PROBLEM # 11 5 0.15% # 10 11 0.19% # 09 18 0.23%
LOST PRESSURIZATION / PRESSURIZATION INOP # 12 5 0.15% # 13 10 0.17% # 15 13 0.16%
PARKING BRAKE PROBLEM # 13 5 0.15% # 21 7 0.12% # 31 7 0.09%
DUAL STATIC PORT HEATING FAIL # 14 4 0.12% # 06 16 0.27% # 05 25 0.31%
STALL WARNING FAIL / FAULT / TEST NOT PASS # 15 4 0.12% # 14 9 0.15% # 13 13 0.16%
PASSENGER READING/TABLE LIGHT DAMAGE / PROBLEM # 16 4 0.12% # 17 8 0.14% # 23 8 0.10%
BATT DEAD / LOW # 17 4 0.12% # 33 4 0.07% # 43 4 0.05%
PASSENGER UP WASH LIGHT DAMAGE / PROBLEM # 18 3 0.09% # 08 12 0.21% # 16 13 0.16%
W/S HEAT PROBLEM # 19 3 0.09% # 09 11 0.19% # 08 19 0.24%
PITOT-STATIC PROBE HEATING FAIL # 20 3 0.09% # 24 6 0.10% # 22 9 0.11%
ELECTRICAL EMERGENCY MODE PROBLEM # 21 3 0.09% # 25 6 0.10% # 28 7 0.09%
ENGINE FUEL INDICATING PROBLEM (FLOW, FLOWMETTER, BYPASS,
# 22 IMPENDING
3 0.09%
BYPASS) # 28 5 0.09% # 37 5 0.06%
GUST LOCK PROBLEM # 23 3 0.09% # 30 4 0.07% # 24 8 0.10%
AC OUTLET PROBLEM # 24 3 0.09% # 34 4 0.07% # 45 4 0.05%
ELECTRICAL HARDWARE PROBLEM # 25 3 0.09% # 35 3 0.05% # 25 8 0.10%

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1-Flap System

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%
8 8
7

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

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6 2.0%
5 5

3 3 3
3 1.0%
2 2
1

0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

FLAP NOT AVAILABLE / FAIL FLAP NOT AVAILABLE / FAIL (% Per Cycle)

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1-Flap System

Description: Flap not available message during acft powering, rigging required
Latest Status:
SB 27-0005
FSCU-5 with improved electrical monitors for FAA and ANAC airplanes
Terminates CB opening procedure during acft power up (OB500-001-09).
This SB has superseded SB 27-0002 (FSCU-4).

SB 27-0003
Will allow use of Flap position 3 for all airplanes together with AFM and OPERA performance data
Will install FSCU-5 on EASA airplanes.
Implementation of SB 31-0003 (Avionics load phase 3) will be required.

Flap Linear Actuator failures:


Eaton Quality Escape (bearing / hall sensor)
SB (2QT/10) for retrofit up to 1200FH/24MO.
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2-De-Icing system

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

6 2.0%
5
4 4
3 3
3 1.0%
2 2
1
0 0 0 0
0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

WING-STAB ICE PROTECTION FAIL / PROBLEM


WING-STAB ICE PROTECTION FAIL / PROBLEM (% Per Cycle)

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2-De-Icing system

Description: De-Icing system failures


Latest Status:
System sensitive to umidity in airflow lines, water separator may freeze the water particles.
Pressure Switches position corrected upwards
AMM and a Service Letter SL 500-30-001 were released
New PRV P/N 4D2095-2011 with increased pressure setting (20 to 22 psi) available thru
AIPC 30-11-03-01 (No SB)
Maintenance Manual updated and should be used to minimize the events.
Water Separator cleaning procedure (AMM 30-11-04)
Moisture Removal procedure (AMM 12-33-00)

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3-Brake System

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%

7 7

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

6 2.0%
5
4 4 4
3 3 3
3 1.0%
2
1 1

0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

BRAKE INOP / FAIL BRAKE INOP / FAIL (% Per Cycle)

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3-Brake System

Main Landing Events (up to 03/Mar):


12/Oct/09, Angra dos Reis, RJ, Brazil: Runway Overrun (no brake fail msg)
31/Oct/09, Fort Lauderdale, USA: Uneventful Landing (active Brake Fail Msg)
01/Nov/09, Danbury, CT, USA: Blown Tires (no brake fail msg)
24/Dec/09, Congonhas, SP, Brazil: Uneventfull Landing (no brake fail msg)
17/Feb/10, Marte, SP, Brazil: Runway Overrun under heavy rain (no brake fail msg)
03/Mar/10, Mammoth Valey, CA, USA: Blown Tires (active brake fail msg)

Possible causes:
Air in brake lines
BCU fail
BCV fail
Isolated component failure

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3-Brake System

Embraer Actions Communication:

Operators meeting in Brazil (SJK) 09/Dec/09 with dedicated technical and operational sections
covering brake system and landing technique

Webcast presentation on 22/Dec/09 with additional details on brake system and landing technique

Webcast presentation on 11/Mar/09 with specific details on latest event and recommendations on
landing planning. Upcoming webcast focusing on North American Customers

Operations Letter issued to all operators emphasizing braking


characteristics:

[...] keeping a constant pressure on the brake pedals will result in the
best brake performance. Immediate following the touchdown the
braking may seem to be too stiff and the pilot sensation is of slow
deceleration; as in any aircraft without lift dampers, during the initial
part of the deceleration the brake may appear to have a low
effectiveness while above 70 ~ 80 KIAS

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3-Brake System

Embraer Actions Operational:

Focus on Landing Technique

Operational Bulletin released with SAFO procedures for contaminated runways

Information posted on flyembraer site inside Phenom Forum

Operational Publications updated with data for Wet and Contaminated Runways

Embraer test / tutor pilots available for demonstration flights to emphasize landing procedures

Training procedures updated to reflect landing in adverse conditions and practical trainning on actual
OPERA software

FFS updated to include short runways

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3-Brake System Typical Braking Profile

120%

100%
Speed [% Touchdown speed]

Point 1
80%

Point 2
60%

40%

20%

0%
0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120%
Distance from touchdown to full stop [%]

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3-Brake System Typical Braking Profile

120%

100% 20 % / 48%
Speed [% Touchdown speed]

Point 1
80%

Point 2
60%

40%

20%

0%
0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120%
Distance from touchdown to full stop [%]

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3-Brake System Typical Braking Profile

120%

100% 20 % / 48%
Speed [% Touchdown speed]

Point 1
80% 40 % / 72%

Point 2
60%

40%

20%

0%
0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120%
Distance from touchdown to full stop [%]

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3-Brake System

Embraer Actions Technical:


All affected components removed and sent to supplier for teardown inspection. Confirmed failures:
One BCU-1 failed
One BCV LH failed
Design review undergoing at Embraer is double checking all components in the system: BCU, BCV,
Shuttle Valve, Shutoff Valve, Emergency / Parking Brake Valve, based on teardown and shop findings
reports, focusing on:
Endurance, Reliability
Accepance Test Procedures, tighter requirements for suppliers
Overall design concept, Constructive characteristics
Campaign to expedite incorporation of all SBs applicable to items that may be associated with these
events (Priority for Brazil shorter runways)
Improved bleeding procedure was developed and proved to be efficient (Sep/09)
New BCU-3 introduced in Feb/10 (SB 32-0001), with improved monitors undergoing retrofit campaign.

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3-Brake System - Schematic

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3-Brake System

BCU-3
The new BCU-3 has a software improvement which makes the BCU less sensitive to transient
pressure build up conditions

Brake Mechanism
In the brake-by-wire system, the sensors on the pedals send an electric signal to the BCU
which controls the hydraulic pressure released by the Brake Control Valves to the brake
assemblies.
The feedback felt by the pilot when the pedal is depressed is artificially provided by a spring
system connected to the pedal linkages

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3-Brake System Linkages

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3-Brake System Feel Springs and PPT

Springs Pedal Position Transducers

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4-Pitch Trim

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

6
6 2.0%
5
4
3
3 1.0%
2 2
1 1
0 0 0 0
0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

PITCH TRIM NORMAL FAIL PITCH TRIM NORMAL FAIL (% Per Cycle)

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4-Pitch Trim

Description: Pitch Trim Normal Fail message associated with TAC failure

Latest Status:

Component is susceptible to power up transients on start, corrective action is system reset

If an internal electrical component fails in the Trim Actuator Controller, then corrective
action is TAC replacement

To this date there were 2 confirmed events of TAC failures

Embraer and supplier are currently working in a new TAC 461600-1007, certification is
expected for 2Q/10

Retrofit plan is currently undergoing definition with supplier

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5-Air Conditioning System

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%

7 7 7

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

6
6 2.0%
5
4 4
3
3 1.0%
2 2 2
1

0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

VCS FAIL VCS FAIL (% Per Cycle)

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5-Air Conditioning System

Description: VCS system intermittent operation and low reliability

Manufacturing:
Preventive actions implemented in production line (installation and double gate checks)
Trouble shooting actions, servicing and flushing procedures revised accordingly
Supplier:
New CDM-9 with improved software in the Controller developed and installed since May/09
5 CDM-9 already removed, teardown reports indicated isolated internal components and/or
manufacturing defects. Embraer audited supplier production line, process was refined.
On-going:
Temperature Controller and Ground Cooling Fan undergoing evaluation.
Temp Controller presented failures, in some cases associated with design (short margins),
plan is to upgrade from -9 to -10, currently under development with supplier.

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6-Flow Control Shutoff Valve

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

6 2.0%

4
3
3 1.0%
2 2 2 2 2
1
0 0 0
0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

FCSOV FAIL FCSOV FAIL (% Per Cycle)

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6-Flow Control Shutoff Valve

Description: Premature fail of current valves P/N 1300230-13 and -23 may cause aircraft
depressurization

Latest Status:
Supplier has identified a Quality Escape on 06/Nov/09 in the manufacturing process of the
electrical circuitry board of the valve controller (resin)
New units with improved reliability already available (-15 and -25).

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7-Landing Gear Lever Disagree

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

6 2.0%

3 3 3
3 1.0%

1 1 1
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

LG LEVER DISAGREE / HANDLE PROBLEM


LG LEVER DISAGREE / HANDLE PROBLEM (% Per Cycle)

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7-Landing Gear Lever Disagree

Description: Premature fails of LGSV


Latest Status:
Undergoing Engineering investigation (valve internal design)
Quality audit on suppliers productive process

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8-MLG Actuator

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

6 2.0%

3
3 1.0%
2 2
1 1 1 1 1 1
0 0 0
0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

MLG ACTUATOR PROBLEM / LEAKING


MLG ACTUATOR PROBLEM / LEAKING (% Per Cycle)

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8-MLG Actuator

Description: MLG Locking Actuator Leakage above expected limits

Latest Status:

A design flaw was identified and a modification to actuator P/N 2136-1000-403 was defined
with the supplier after several testings.

New locking piston with redesigned channels for new o-rings and back-up rings

New actuator -405 was already certified

Current -403 actuators will be replaced with -405 units on attrition basis

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9-Ground Cooling Fan

P100 In Service Request - Monthly

12 4.0%

9 3.0%

% per Cycle
ISR Qty

6 2.0%

3 1.0%
2 2 2 2
1 1
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0.0%
MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

2009 2010

GROUND COOLING FAN FAIL


GROUND COOLING FAN FAIL (% Per Cycle)

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9-Ground Cooling Fan

Description: Premature fails of GCF


Latest Status:
Undergoing Engineering investigation
Quality audit on suppliers productive process

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10-Accumulator (Nitrogen Leaks)

Description: Nitrogen leakage


Latest Status:
Several possible causes evaluated:
Internal accumulator design problem
Improper installation procedure from production line (perma-swage connections)
Improper handling during servicing (overtorque) leading to damage in valve o-ring

Embraer performed several testings and evaluation of field data (removed units).
Double check gates, leak tests and additional sealing procedures were implemented in
production line (Sep/09).
No further reports on airplanes delivered from Sep/09.
AMM procedure (servicing) currently being updated (slow charging) scheduled for release in
2Q/10.
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Avionics Loads Phase 2 and 3

Description: Spurious CAS messages and GIA 2 fail in flight

SB 31-0001 (Load Phase 2)


Several spurious CAS messages were cleaned
GIA 2 Fail message due to HSDB communication failure solved. Several improvements on PFD, MFD,
Synoptics, and EICAS indications
Enables installation of Optional Items (ADF, HF-Selcal, ELT/Nav, Electronic Charts, etc)

SB 31-0003 (New Load Phase 3)


Released on Feb/10 (ANAC + FAA) and on Apr/10 for EASA airplanes, supersedes SB 31-0001.
Enables installation of Optional Items (SVS, TCAS I, ECL) and SB 27-0003 to allow use of Flap position 3

Note
Operators who have not incorporated SB 31-0001 can go directly to SB 31-0003.
Operators who have incorporated SB 31-0001, have to implement SB 31-0003.
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MLG Shock Absorber

Description: Fluid leaking thru scrapper ring, o-ring escaping from inner cylinder

MLG Shock Absorber


P/N 2310-4000-403

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MLG Shock Absorber

Latest Status:
Investigation and design review currently undergoing at supplier (ELEB/Embraer SJK)
O-ring supplier undergoing quality audit
Special inspection procedure developed to release acft for flight for 20 cycles until strut
replacement
Additional spare struts currently being manufactured, inventory increasing from 5 to 27 units
(14 USA, 8 Brazil, 5 Europe)
Repair facilities in the USA currently undergoing certification process
All shock struts currently manufactured are going thru a 100 cycles bench test at plant
before shipping

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Retrofit Status

SB SB
Items Line Items Line
issued issued
1 Brake BCU-3 SB 32-0001 160 1Q10 Avionics Load 2 SB 31-0001 106 4Q09

Air Conditioning CDM-9 037 3Q09 9


2 Avionics Load 3 SB 31-0003 126 1Q10
Temp Controller (-10) 2Q10 2Q10
Stall Warn.Cptr SB 27-0001 053 4Q09 New Seats Retrofit
10 079 1Q10
3 Flap system -05 SB 27-0005 130 1Q10 SB 25-0003
Flap 3/Full logic SB 27-0003 2Q10 2Q10 11 VIP PCUs (AIPC) 120 1Q10
De-Icing System (AIPC / SL) 042 3Q09
4 Static Ports Mod A AIPC 110 4Q09 12
New PRV (AIPC) 121 4Q09
Entry Door Adjustment AMM 062 3Q09
5 13 Pitch Trim (New TAC) 2Q10 2Q10
New Hinge Pin AIPC 031 3Q09

6 CVDR SB 31-0002 106 4Q09 14 Accumulator / N2 Leakage 2Q10 2Q10

7 FCSOV SB 21-0001 132 4Q09 15 MLG Actuator -405 (AIPC) 2Q10 2Q10

8 WHCU-2 SB 30-0001 077 4Q09 16 MLG Shock Strut 2Q10 2Q10

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SB Implementation Data

PHENOM 100 - SERVICE BULLETIN DISPOSITION - NORTH AMERICA


SB CAMPAIGN / RETROFIT (as of 10/Mar/2010)

SB 500-32-0001/00 (BCU-3) 7 56
0

SB 500-31-0003/00 (LOAD 3.0) 5 57


0

SB 500-31-0001/00 (LOAD 2.0) 38 16


0

SB 500-31-0002/00 (CVDR) 39 15
0

SB 500-30-0001/00 (WHCU) 27 13
0

SB 500-27-0001/00 (SWPC) 18 10
0

SB 500-27-0005/00 (FSCU-5) 7 54
0

SB 500-21-0001/00 (FCSOV) 39 23
0

0 20 40 60 80 100

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Optional Items Update

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Optional Items PSB Process

Proposal of Service Bulletins (PSB) process currently adopted by Embraer:

Customer requests a PSB to his Field Service Representative (FSR) for a given optional item
FSR advises Customer Support in Brazil who issues a PSB with pricing, availability of technical
publications (SB), parts and payment conditions
Customer evaluates Embraers proposal and provides the proper acceptance / approval to FSR /
Customer Support
After approval, an invoice will be sent to Customer with the Engineering labor charges for SB
issuance, approval and revision of affected technical publications (AIPC, AMM, WDM, etc.) to
add the required information for the Customers airplane.
After payment, the SB will be released.
The SB will then have the required information for ordering the respective parts or kit.
Note: the prices specified in the PSB do not include the labor and logistics needed for
implementation of the modification. Such costs are beared by the Customer.

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Optional Item Premium Pax Door

Pricing thru SB
Optional Item Description
31/Mar/10 Availability
Premium Pax Installation of a pair of stainless steel telescopic rods US$ 6,500.00 3 to 4 months
Door in lieu of the standard cables, and installation of led after PSB
(Embraer) lights on the entry door steps. After 31/Mar/10, approval by
price will be Customer
updated to
US$ 8,000.00

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Optional Item Jeppesen ChartView

Pricing thru SB
Optional Item Description
31/Mar/10 Availability
ChartView ChartView resembles the paper version of Jeppesen US$ 6,100.00 1 month after
(Jeppesen) terminal procedures charts. The charts are displayed PSB approval
in full color with high-resolution on the MFD. After 31/Mar/10, by Customer
The MFD depiction shows the aircraft position on the price will be
moving map in the plan view of approach charts and updated to
on airport diagrams. US$ 8,500.00

The ChartView database subscription is available from


Jeppesen, Inc. Available data includes arrivals
(STAR), departure procedures (DP) approaches,
airport diagrams and NOTAMs.

Note: Third party subscription required

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Optional Item Garmin FliteCharts

Pricing thru SB
Optional Item Description
31/Mar/10 Availability
FliteCharts FliteCharts resemble the paper version of National US$ 4,000.00 2 months after
(Garmin) Aeronautical Charting Office (NACO) terminal PSB approval
procedures charts. The charts are displayed with high- by Customer
resolution and in color for applicable charts.
FliteCharts database subscription is available from
Garmin. Available data includes arrivals (STAR),
departure Procedures (DP), approaches and airport
diagrams

Notes:
1. This option is available only for US region.
2. Third party subscription required

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Optional Item Electronic Checklist

Pricing thru SB
Optional Item Description
31/Mar/10 Availability
Electronic Electronic Check List (ECL) will enable displaying an US$ 4,361.00 2 months after
Check List electronic check-list in the MFD (Multi Function PSB approval
(Embraer) Display). The electronic checklist does not interface by Customer
with any of the aircraft systems, it replaces the paper
hardcopies usually carried onboard by the pilots.

Note: The database for the ECL will be provided by


Embraer, subscription required.

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Optional Item Garmin TCAS I

Pricing thru SB
Optional Item Description
31/Mar/10 Availability
TCAS I The GTS 850 TCAS I is a traffic surveillance system US$ 55,500.00 SB is
(Garmin) that uses active interrogations of Mode S and Mode C currently
transponders to provide Traffic Advisories to the pilot scheduled for
independent of the air traffic control system. Traffic is Jun/10.
displayed in the cockpit to improve pilot situational
awareness. PSBs may
Up to 60 targets will be continuously tracked. Up to 30 already be
of these targets will be transmitted to a display. Two requested by
directional antennas (one top-mounted and one Customers
bottom-mounted) are used to derive bearing to the
intruder aircraft, which is displayed with relative
altitude to own aircraft. Transmitted interrogations are
also directional, reducing the number of transponders
that receive the interrogation thus reducing potential
garble on the 1090 MHz band.

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Optional Item Garmin SVS

Pricing thru SB
Optional Item Description
31/Mar/10 Availability
Synthetic The synthetic vision system (SVS) is intended to US$ 29,950.00 SB is
Vision provide greater awareness of the aircrafts position. currently
System This is to be accomplished by placing a three scheduled for
(Garmin) dimensional depiction of terrain, obstacles, traffic Jul/10.
(when TCAS is installed) and flight information in the
Primary Flight Display using a high resolution terrain PSBs may
database. already be
requested by
Note: No subscription required, software updates are Customers
already included.

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Optional Item Lavatory Rigid Door

Pricing thru SB
Optional Item Description
31/Mar/10 Availability
Lavatory The lavatory door is a dual pocket door which Currently SB is
Rigid Door replaces the existing cabin / lavatory standard curtain. undergoing currently
(Embraer) This door separates the lavatory from the passenger definition scheduled for
cabin increasing privacy and improving the acoustic Jun/10.
comfort. Due to the thickness of the new bulkhead, the
reclining feature of the forward-facing seats (AFT LH
and AFT RH) will not be available.

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Optional Item Belted Toilet

Pricing thru SB
Optional Item Description
31/Mar/10 Availability
Belted Toilet This option will replace the standard non-belted toilet Currently SB is
(Embraer) seat by a structural reinforced 21g-certified belted undergoing currently
flushing toilet allowing it to be occupied by an extra definition scheduled for
passenger for take-off and landing. 2Q/2011.

Notes:
1. Additional details cannot be provided at this time
since this item is currently undergoing Engineering
development.
2. The availability for airplanes in the production line is
currently scheduled for the 4Q/10.
3. SB is scheduled for the 2Q/11 due to differences in
the design with the line solution.

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Phenom Forum on flyembraer

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Phenom 100 Forum on Flyembraer Website

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Phenom 100 Forum on Flyembraer Website

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Phenom 100 Forum on Flyembraer Website

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Upcoming Events

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Upcoming North America Phenom Events

April / May AIN Magazine Survey

May Webcast presentation with latest updates

June Pro-Pilot Survey

July Webcast presentation with latest updates

September Webcast presentation with latest updates

November Phenom Operators Meeting

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Phenom 100 - Maintenance and Program Updates

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Phenom 100 - Maintenance and Program Updates

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