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 FACTS & FIGURES  AIRCRAFT VALUES  Aircraft    Year Built   2002 *  2007 **  2012 **  2017 ***  ATR 42-500     1998      $7.3    $6.2     $4.5     $3.0 ATR 72-500     1998     $10.1    $7.5     $5.5     $3.6 EMB-120        1992      $1.4    $1.1     $0.6     $0.2 Saab 340B      1993      $1.9    $1.6     $1.0     $0.6 DHC-8-400      2000     $12.4    $9.6     $7.1     $4.9  Values assume Stage 3 aircraft  * Current Market Value--Most likely trading price under current market, 2001=NEW conditions, rounded to nearest US$ 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                           ATR 72              ERJ-135  MTOW, 000#s              47.5 - 48.5;        41.8 - 44.1 Engine Types             PW124B 104;         AE3007A3 100                          PW127 78;                          PW127F 88  # in Fleet               -200/104; -212/78;  -135ER 33; -135LR 67                          -500/88 # of Operators           51                  10 # on Order               -500/27             -135ER 2; -135LR 40 Average Age of           1   Fleet, Yrs.            7.2                 2.1  Geographic Distribution  Europe                   15                  17 Africa-Middle East       20                  5 Asia-Pacific             66 North America            53                  77 South America            16                  1  Demographics as of Sept. 2002.  Source: Aviation Specialists Group, Inc.  US FUEL COST AND CONSUMPTION  Aug. 2002                         Total            Cost/      chg-       chg-                      gallons   02/01   gallon       mo.        yr. Type of operation      (000)  % chg.  (cents) *  (cents) *  (cents) *  Total domestic     1,156,773  -12.00    72.3        1.7       -4.2 Total int'l          456,236   -9.70    75.6        1.8       -4.2 System total       1,613,009  -11.30    73.3        1.8       -4.1  Source: US DOT  * Does not include taxes, into-plane fees, or expenses associated with headging 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 & SPECIALTY CARRIERS  Traffic--January--June 2002                               ATW               02/01    Load   ATW Airline                     Rank  Passengers  % chg.  factor  Rank  Allegiant (1)                 20      57,000   193.8    68.1    19 Atlantic Coast                 3   3,228,061    45.2    62.3     2 Cape Air/Nantucket (1)        22      26,637   -23.0      --    -- Cape Smythe (1)               37       1,000      --    87.7    30 Casino Express (1)            17      83,000   -21.0    75.1    14 Chicago Express                6     391,000    43.2    67.9    16 Era                           14     180,733    -8.2    52.7    21 Falcon                        24      21,000   -74.4    59.3    23 Frontier Flying (1)           27      16,000      --    18.3    26 Grant (1)                     23      24,000      --    42.9    28 Great Lakes                   11     249,084   -45.8    37.4    15 Gulfstream                     7     360,254   -16.0    66.0    17 Hageland (1)                  18      58,000      --    39.8    27 Island Air (1)                36       2,000      --    19.1    36 LAB Flying Service (1)        33       5,000      --    29.4    32 Larry's Flying Service (1)    35       4,000      --    24.7    31 Mesa Air Group                 4   2,511,943     4.5    57.3     3 Miami Air                     12     234,000   -13.3    44.7     8 North American                15     145,000   -46.7    69.0     9 Omni Air                       8     296,000   -30.4    69.0     5 Pace                          10     272,000   244.3    86.3     7 Pan Am                        13     203,000    16.0    43.0    12 Penair (1)                    21      53,000      --    45.5    24 Pinnacle                       5   1,273,925    38.6    61.4     6 Planet                        18      58,000    61.1    61.8    18 Promech (1)                   29      14,000      --    39.0    34 Sierra Pacific                26      17,000   -39.3    32.3    22 Skyway                         9     278,155     4.7    46.8    13 SkyWest                        1   3,927,615    27.5    65.4     1 Southeast (1)                 16     142,000    36.5    61.1    10 Sun World                     30      13,000   -83.1    14.2    25 Tatonduk (1)                  33       5,000   -28.6    11.1    35 Transmeridian (1)             25      18,000   -66.7    84.9    20 US Airways Express             2   3,388,298     1.7    52.6     4 USA 3000 (1)                  31      11,000      --    82.1    11 Warbelows (1)                 28      15,000      --    34.7    29 Wings of Alaska (1)           32       7,000      --    38.2    33  TOTAL                             17,589,705    14.6                                              02/01 Airline                              RPMs  % chg.  Allegiant (1)                  43,028,000   291.7 Atlantic Coast              1,319,670,000    61.6 Cape Air/Nantucket (1)                 --      -- Cape Smythe (1)                 1,140,000      -- Casino Express (1)             72,737,000    -3.2 Chicago Express                61,672,000    43.0 Era                            21,298,842    -5. … 

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