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Bruce L. Mahone Director, Space Policy. U.S. – India Space Forum. January 23, 2004 – Washington, D.C. Aerospace Industries Association, Inc. 83 Regular Members. 157 Associate Members. Alan R. Mulally, Vice Chairman AIA Board of Governors President & CEO, Commercial Airplanes

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Bruce L. Mahone

Director, Space Policy

U.S. – India Space Forum

January 23, 2004 – Washington, D.C.


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Aerospace Industries Association, Inc.

83 Regular Members

157 Associate Members

Alan R. Mulally, Vice Chairman

AIA Board of Governors

President & CEO, Commercial Airplanes

The Boeing Company

Robert D. Johnson

President & CEO

Honeywell Aerospace

John W. Douglass

President & CEO, AIA


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AIA’s Top Ten Issues for 2004

Develop a Comprehensive Roadmap for Aviation System Capability Enhancement

Press for a Rational and Efficient Export Control System

Develop a National Plan for Revitalization of the U.S. Aerospace Workforce

Promote and Support U.S. Homeland Defense and Aviation Security

Strengthen Institutions and Rules that Facilitate International Aerospace Trade

and Cooperation

Ensure the Competitiveness and Survival of the Commercial Aviation and

Defense Supply Base

Implement the Recommendations of the Commission on the Future of the

U.S. Aerospace Industry

Implement Balanced Defense Industrial Base Policies

Develop a National Strategy for a Next-Generation Human Rated Space Vehicle

Revise Federal Tax Laws to Meet the Current Business Climate


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The Aerospace Industry Today

The crisis continues...

Economy...

Security...

Terrorism...

But a vision emerges…


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Aerospace Industry Sales

175

157.3

153.7

154.2

153.4

151.0

148.1

Civil

144.7

147.1

150

Aircraft

35.9

31.9

42.3

32.0

33.7

51.3

52.9

125

Related

47.6

Products

27.1

26.8

26.3

25.9

100

25.6

25.7

Military

25.6

Billions of Current Dollars

24.1

Aircraft

75

43.2

42.0

40.6

39.5

37.9

35.2

35.8

34.0

Space

50

37.4

36.8

36.0

35.1

35.0

31.7

25

30.5

29.7

Missiles

13.5

13.7

13.2

12.9

12.7

9.3

10.4

8.8

0

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003p

2004e

2005e

2006e


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"Aerospace" Employment

1,200

1120.8

1,000

741.1

800

641

616.8

602

(in thousands)

600

672.1

614

575.4

400

200

0

1990

2000

2002

1992

1994

1996

1998

2004e

2006e

2005e

2003p


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US Government Share of Industry Sales

70%

60%

50%

40%

% of Total Sales

30%

20%

10%

0%

1987

1989

1991

1993

1995

1997

1999

2001

2003


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Aerospace Foreign Trade

70

Exports

Imports

60

Surplus

50

40

Billions of Current Dollars

30

20

10

0

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2004e

2005e

2006e

2003p


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Aerospace Foreign Trade

w/7 Largest Consumers of U.S. Aerospace Exports, 2002

France

Japan

UK

Exports

Imports

China

Balance

Singapore

Canada

Australia

(2)

0

2

4

6

8

(4)

(Billions of Dollars)


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U.S. Aerospace Trade with India

  • U.S. aerospace imports from India: $3 million

    • Aircraft and Engine Parts: $2.7 million

    • No space or missile items noted

  • U.S. aerospace exports to India: $359 million

    • Complete New Civil Aircraft: $217 million

    • Aircraft and Engine Parts: $135 million

    • No space or missile items noted

      - U.S. Census Bureau, 2002

      There is plenty of room to increase cooperation!