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Satair Group and Cobham Aerospace Communication sign Asia-Pacific distribution agreement

Press Release   •   May 23, 2016 10:00 CEST

The agreement covers a range of aircraft intercommunications equipment including radio

management panels, audio control panels, audio management units and related spares that are fitted
to Airbus and ATR airliners.

Satair Group’s role will be to continue its close partnership with Cobham and to provide a high level of
delivery performance and service from its Singapore and Beijing facilities to ensure strong customer
satisfaction.

“We are delighted with this new expression of confidence from Cobham”, said Rene Frandsen,
Managing Director and Head of Sales and Support, Satair Group Singapore. “Over the past few years
we have built up a strong working relationship with Cobham and we now look forward to widening our
support offer to include standard product exchanges according to customer demand as well as repair
management. We look forward to this continuation of a long and fruitful relationship with Cobham
Aerospace Communications.”

Cobham Aerospace Communications, part of the global Cobham PLC group, is a leading
manufacturer of aircraft intercommunications systems on commercial aircraft with a commitment to
world-class service and high product reliability.

Stephane Lagarde, Director Customer Support and Services for Cobham Aerospace Communications,
added: “Cobham Aerospace Communications is fully committed to increase its support to Customers,
with a specific look at the Asia/Pacific Region. Thanks to their footprint in the Asia / Pacific Region,
and the proven quality of their support to airlines, SATAIR was for us the obvious Partner to expand
our official network for spare parts distribution in this region.

Airbus Material & Supply Chain Services and Satair are part of Satair Group, a 100% stand-alone company and Airbus subsidiary with $1.3 billion revenue, more than 1,000 employees worldwide and a vision to become the global market leader in the civil aircraft parts management business in 2017.

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