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 FACTS & FIGURES  AIRCRAFT VALUES             Year Aircraft   Built   2002 *   2007 **   2012 **   2017 **  767-300ER  1994   $39.5    $38.7     $30.5     $21.8 777-200ER  1999   $92.1    $92.1     $74.5     S58.4  Values assume Stage 3 aircraft  * Current Market Value-Most likely trading price under current market, 2001=NEW conditions, rounded to nearest USS millions.  ** Future Base Value-value in a balanced market, inflated at 2.5% p.a., rounded to nearest US $ millions.  Source: AVITAS, Inc AIRCRAFT DATA                                 767-300ER      777-200ER MTOW, 000#s                  380.0-412.0    580.0-656.0 Engine Types               CF6-80C2s 261      GE90s 106                              PW4000s 165     PW4000s 59                            RB211-524s 31  TRENT800s 120  # in Fleet                           457            285 # of Operators                        57             23 # on Order                            50            119 Average Age of Fleet, Yrs.           7.7            2.7  Geographic Distribution  Europe                               125             72 Africa-Middle East                    24             42 Asia-Pacific                          84             62 North America                        203            107 South America                         21              2  Demographics as of June 2002.  Source: Aviation Specialists Group, Inc. US FUEL COST AND CONSUMPTION  May 2002                         Total             Cost/       chg.      chg.                      gallons    02/01   gallon        mo.       yr. Type of operation      (000)   % chg.  (cents) *  (cents) *  (cents) *  Total domestic     1,079,677  -15.64%     69.9        0.7      -8.3 Total int'l          412,873  -l2.83%     72.1        1.7     -10.5 System total       1,492,550  -14.88%     70.5        0.9      -8.9  Source: US DOT  * Does not include taxes, into-plane fees, or expenses associated with hedging programs. Based on last carrier submissions, the gallons used above represent 99.9% of the total consumption by Major, National and large Regional carriers. US REGIONAL & SPECIALITY CARRIERS  Traffic-January-March 2002                              ATW                02/01    Load   ATW Airline                     Rank  Passengers  % chg.  factor  Rank  Allegiant (1)                16       33,000   230.0    65.3    18 Atlantic Coast               3     1,443,754    54.0    56.8     2 Cape Air/Nantucket (1)       20       26,637   -23.0      --    -- Cape Smythe (1)              35        1,000      --    87.7    28 Casino Express (1)           17       33,000     0.0    66.8    16 Chicago Express              6       180,800    36.4    64.6    17 Era                          14       85,402    -4.8    53.1    20 Falcou                       25       11,000   -72.5    74.4    23 Frontier Flying (1)          26        6,000      --    17.1    22 Grant (1)                    24       13,000      --    42.2    27 Great Lakes                  11      119,299   -46.4    52.3    13 Gulfstream                   7       173,408   -15.4    65.8    14 Hogeland (1)                 19       28,000      --    40.2    26 Island Air (1)               34        2,000      --    19.1    32 LAB Flying Service (1)       31        3,000      --    38.4    31 Larry's Flying Service (1)   31        3,000      --    25.5    30 Mesa Air Group               4     1,173,021     8.0    53.1     3 Miami Air                    9       134,000    -1.5    44.0     7 North American               15       79,000   -49.0    89.6     8 Omni Air                     8       171,000   -23.3    77.9     5 Pace                         12      110,000   155.8    63.8     9 Pan Am                       13      102,800    30.8    32.1    10 Penair (1)                   21       22,000      --    46.3    21 Pinnacle                     5       541,596    41.9    54.7     6 Planet                       21       22,000    37.5    51.4    19 Sierra Pacific               28        5,000   -66.7    29.9    25 Skyway                       10      124,395     5.1    45.2    11 SkyWest                      1     1,870,141    36.1    64.5     1 Southeast (1)                18       31,000    72.2    61.1    15 Sun World                    28        5,000   -85.3    16.3    24 Totonduk (1)                 28        5,000   -28.6     9.7    34 Transmeridian                23       18,000   -66.7    84.9    12 US Airways Express           2     1,492,946     0.9    48.6     4 Warbelows (1)                26        6,000      --    31.0    29 Wings of Alaska              31        3,000      --    34.6    33                                    8,076,599    16.7                                              02/01 Airline                              RPMs  % chg.  Allegiant (1)                  25,761,000   550.4 Atlantic Coast                599,195,000    76.4 Cape Air/Nantucket (1)               n.a.    n.a. Cape Smythe (1)                 1,140,000      -- Casino Express (1)             28,445,000    30.5 Chicago Express                28,238,000    35.5 Era                             9,526,625    -3.6 Falcou                          7,080,800   -57.5 Frontier Flying (1)             8,162,000      -- Grant (1)                       2,007,000      -- Great Lakes                    30,935,000   -45.8 Gulfstream                     29,156,000   -15.5 Hogeland (1)                    2,797,000      -- Island Air (1)                    157,000      -- LAB Flying Service (1)            292,000      -- Larry's Flying Service (1)        312,000      -- Mesa Air Group                443,921,000     9. … 

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