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PRESENTATION TO THE PARLIAMENTARY PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE 12 MARCH 2003. COMMITMENT TO THE SHAREHOLDER.  WORLD-CLASS AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES  ENSURE SAFE NAVIGATION  DELIVER A REAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT  KEY ROLE PLAYER IN AVIATION SAFETY  EMPLOYER OF DEMOGRAPHICALLY REPRESENTATIVE WORKFORCE

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Presentation to the parliamentary portfolio committee 12 march 2003

PRESENTATION TO THE PARLIAMENTARY PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE

12 MARCH 2003


Presentation to the parliamentary portfolio committee 12 march 2003

COMMITMENT TO THE SHAREHOLDER

WORLD-CLASS AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES

ENSURE SAFE NAVIGATION

DELIVER A REAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT

KEY ROLE PLAYER IN AVIATION SAFETY

 EMPLOYER OF DEMOGRAPHICALLY REPRESENTATIVE

WORKFORCE

ACTIVE ROLE IN REGION AVIATION DEVELOPMENT


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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

  • CREATE SUSTAINABLE/IMPROVEDRSASERVICE DELIVERY

  • -PEOPLE CAPACITY & TALENT MANAGEMENT

  • -IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW SAAATS SYSTEM

  • -STRENGTHEN CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS

  • MAINTAIN FINANCIAL INTEGRITY

    -REGULATED VS NON-REGULATED REVENUE

  • PRIORITISE STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITIES

     SOUND PARTNERING STRUCTURES


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KEY NUMBERS

2002/2003AIRCRAFT MOVEMENTS : 550 000  TARIFF TURNOVER : R285M

FULL SERVICE : 9 AIRPORTSSERVICE ON CONTRACT : 12 AIRPORTS* AIRCRAFT MOVEMENTS : 100 000

TOTAL EMPLOYEES : 600ATS STAFF : 330TOTAL AIRSPACE : 22 000 000KM2


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FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE


Forecast results 2002 03

FORECAST RESULTS : 2002/03

Aircraft movements expected to increase from 432,300 to 460,000

(Growth of 6.8%)

Tariff related turnover expected to increase by 17% from R244M to R285M

 Other revenue decreases by R7M due to:

- Forex loss on revaluation of dollar assets of R7M vs profit of R6M last year

- Lower income from AIS services - R1M

- Lower interest income of R1,7M vsR4M - due to capital projects down payments

 Partially offset by increases in :

- VSAT revenue R1.3M - higher movements

- Training revenue R6,3M (36%)

Expenditure higher than budget due to:

- Additional staff costs

- Higher insurance costs

Core business profit (excl. VSAT) - expect to achieve target of R38M before tax

compared to last years R27M (40%)

Expected ROCE of 7,4% vs target of 14%


Movement counts over time

MOVEMENT COUNTS OVER TIME


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INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF EN-ROUTE

ANS CHARGES-900nm


Revenue

REVENUE

RM’s


Net profit before tax

NET PROFIT BEFORE TAX

RM’s


Revenue per movement

REVENUE PER MOVEMENT

R’s


Income statement

INCOME STATEMENT

R’Million


Balance sheet

BALANCE SHEET

1999/0 2000/1 2001/2 2002/3 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7CAPITAL EMPLOYED Shareholders Equity310 330 355 387 424 469 534 618 Long Term Liabilities 43 59 52 191 172 146 116 83353 389 407 578 596 615 650 701EMPLOYMENT OF CAPITAL Fixed Assets 338 347 388 446 500 499 568 638 Net Current Assets 15 42 19 132 96 116 82 63353 389 407 578 596 615 650 701

R’Million


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ATNS INVESTMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE

  • R365M OVER PAST 5 YEARS:

    • COMMUNICATIONR86M

    • NAVIGATIONR30M

    • SURVEILLANCER204M

    • FACILITIESR45M

  • FURTHER R225M IN THE NEXT 2 YEARS

ATNS


Capital expenditure

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

R’M


Key ratios

KEY RATIOS

1999/0 2000/1 2001/2 2002/3 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7Return on Capital Employed6.94% 6.02% 7.37% 8.52% 9.22% 10.76% 13.46% 15.11% Return on Equity 6.97% 6.15% 7.33% 8.64% 9.16% 10.03% 12.92% 14.72% Return on Turnover 7.92% 7.93% 8.20% 9.61% 10.33% 11.61% 14.12% 16.11% Gearing Ratio 0.04 0.08 0.06 0.41 0.33 0.24 0.16 0.08


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OUR PEOPLE


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HR PRIORITIES

- LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

- COMMERCIAL AWARENESS

- CAREER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

- CLIENT SERVICE CULTURE

- MANAGEMENT OF DIVERSITY

- REPRESENTIVITY OF BLACK PEOPLE AND

WOMEN IN ALL LEVELS OF THE ORGANISATION


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PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORT

STAFF COMPLEMENTRACE / GENDER GROUPING


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OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS


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PROGRESS - SOUTH AFRICA

COMPLETE

FULL SSR - COVERAGE WITH REDUNDANCY

 FULL VHF - COVERAGE FROM 1500FT

RNAV ON MAIN ROUTES

CHANGED FROM 6 FIR’S TO 3

ADS/CPDLC - IN OCEANIC

RANDOM OPERATIONS

ELECTRONIC FLIGHT PLANS/NOTAMS

CENTRAL AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT UNIT - PHASE I


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PROGRESS - SOUTH AFRICA

  • IN PROGRESS (2003)

  • AUTOMATED SEQUENCING (TERMINAL AREAS)

  • ELECTRONIC HANDOVER

  • ADS/SSR INTEGRATION

  • REDUCED SEPARATION - 10 MIN TO 10 MILES

  • CENTRAL AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT UNIT - PHASE II


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CLIENT BENEFIT ANALYSIS -

APRIL 2004 FOLLOWING INVESTMENT

  • RM/annum

  • HOLDING DELAY REDUCTION

  • - CENTRAL AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT UNIT

  • - TRACK DEFINITION

  • - AUTOMATED SEQUENCYR 6M

  • REDUCED TRACK - FLEXIBLE USE OF AIRSPACE R12M

  • RADAR - OPTIMUM FLIGHT LEVELSR40M

  • OCEANIC RANDOM ROUTINGR12M

  • RNAV ROUTES - SHORTER ROUTESR22M

  • FAJS CAPACITY - 20% INCREASER 2M

  • TOTALR94M


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    AVIATION TRAINING ACADEMY


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    SERVICES PROVIDED

    • FULL RANGE ATS TRAINING

    • TECHNICAL SUPPORT TRAINING (SYSTEMS/CONCEPTS)

    • AIRPORTS TRAINING

    • AVIATION ENGLISH TRAINING

    • CONSULTANCY SERVICES


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    ROLE IN SADC

    • HARMONISATION OF TRAINING STANDARDS

    • - ACTIVE WORK GROUP MEMBERS

    • - UPLIFTMENT TO POTENTIAL

    • - ALL ICAO BASED

    • TRAINING CENTER EVALUATION

    • - REQUIRED STANDARDS

    • - CAA RECOGNITION


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    INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION

    • CO-OPERATION WITH THE FAA (ATS TRAINING)

    • FORMAL AGREEMENT WITH IATA/ATDI

    • TRAINAIR MEMBERSHIP

    • ICAO (AVSEC BASIC AUDITORS COURSE)

    • ISO 9001

    • CO-OPERATION IN SADC


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    EXTERNAL CLIENTBASE

    • ALL 14 SADC STATES

    • 16 OTHER AFRICAN STATES

    • VARIOUS SECURITY COMPANIES IN SA

    • PROVINCES


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    ATNS IN THE REGION


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    Achievements 2001-2002


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    4 STRATEGIES

    • COMMUNICATION NETWORK FOR AFRICA

    • INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL

    • REGIONAL SERVICE PROVISION

    • - UPPER AIRSPACE CONTROL CENTRE

      • (UACC)

    • TRAINING


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    • Middle East VSAT

    • •2nd Taskforce meeting scheduled held 3 February 2003. Meeting went well.

    • High level meeting scheduled for 10-11 March with MD, GM:BD and Mr Zerhouni, ICAO Cairo

    • Site visits planned 26 Mar – 1 Apr 2003

    • •Anticipated completion end April 2003

    Afisnet

    •Interconnectivity achieved Oct 2002

    •AFTN JHB - Dakar

    •ATS/DS Antanorivo to Beira and Antannanorivo to Dar es Salaam

    •CAFSAT testing

    13 -30 Jan 03

    SADC

    •Current network operating well overall servicability above 90%. Fortnightly follow –up with all clients

    •Finalising inclusion of Burundi and Rwanda

    •Proposed new network – 3rd Taskforce meeting scheduled for February 03. Board presentation March 03

    • Nafisat

    • •ATNS invited by ICAO to the workgroup meeting 4-5th February

    • •ATNS currently evaluating the viability of the “Cape to Cairo” network.

    • Meeting scheduled for 24-26 February between ICAO, MD and GM: BD to discuss future of Nafisat and ATNS/IATA relationship

    Progress: VSAT


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    • SADC UACC

    • UACC Steering Committee 6 November 2003. Contract referred for the additional work referred back to ISI and USTDA. Still no reply from ISI.

    • Next meeting to take place in Mozambique

    • SA Hosting proposal development on hold

    • Best practice study planned for 2003/2004

    • Verification of UACC impact on ATNS Study postponed to 2003/2004 financial year

    • East African UACC

    • Feasibility study underway being funded by European bank

    • Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi to participate

    Progress: Towards Regional Service Provision


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