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July 7, 2005

Alcoa Announces Highest Quarterly Income and Revenue in Company's History

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 7, 2005--Second Quarter 2005 Highlights:

-- Income from continuing operations of $473 million, or $0.54 per diluted share, up 73 percent from the first quarter;

-- Strongest revenues in Alcoa's history at $6.8 billion, a 13 percent increase from last year and up 8 percent from the previous quarter;

-- Record high profits in the alumina business; and

-- All six segments showed third party top-line growth vs. year ago and sequential comparisons.

Alcoa (NYSE:AA) announced today the highest quarterly income and revenue in the company's history. Second quarter income from continuing operations was $473 million, or $0.54 per diluted share, up from $0.31 in the first quarter of 2005 and $0.46 in the second quarter of 2004.

Net income for the quarter was $460 million, or $0.52, up 77 percent over the first quarter's $260 million, or $0.30, and up 14 percent over the $404 million, or $0.46, of the second quarter of 2004.

Both net income and income from continuing operations include the effects of the following previously announced second quarter events:

-- the sale of the company's shares of Elkem, a Norwegian metals company, for a $219 million after-tax profit;

-- the finalization of certain tax reviews and audits resulting in a benefit of $120 million;

-- charges for restructurings, primarily for employee severance costs and asset impairments including the closure of Hamburger Aluminium-Werk in Germany, of $230 million after taxes as part of a plan to streamline operations;

-- losses during the integration of the new Russian facilities of $29 million after taxes; and

-- an increase in the environmental reserve of $14 million after taxes, primarily related to a closed facility in East St. Louis, Ill.

In total, these items net to a positive benefit of $0.08 per share in the quarter.

"We achieved the highest quarterly income and revenues in Alcoa history," said Alain Belda, Alcoa Chairman and CEO. "We delivered strong results and took necessary steps to restructure, control costs, and lay the framework for solid performance over the long term."

Results Overview

Revenues for the quarter were $6.8 billion, an increase of 13 percent year-over-year and 8 percent on a sequential quarter basis, and the highest quarterly sales in the company's history. Revenues were driven by higher volumes and the company's acquisition of fabricating facilities in Russia. A record performance by the alumina business, a better mix of value-added fabricated products, coupled with stronger pricing and demand in the aerospace, commercial vehicle and building markets drove revenues higher, offsetting lower realized prices in the primary metals business. All of the company's six major business segments achieved third-party revenue growth versus year ago and sequential quarter comparisons.

The company continues to drive its savings program to offset the pressure of higher input prices and energy costs. In the second quarter, the company announced the second stage of its 2005 restructuring plan, which will result in the elimination of approximately 8100 positions and $195 million from its cost base when fully implemented. The restructuring is driven by a new global business structure that is designed to optimize operations and better serve customers globally.

"We're working to offset cost increases and deliver solid results," said Belda. "Our restructuring program will help further position the company to eliminate costs and place us in a stronger position to deliver for our customers throughout the world."

The company had approximately $60 million of cost increases in the quarter across items such as energy, resins and other raw materials, which offset cost reduction efforts in the quarter.

The company's trailing 12 month return on capital at the end of the second quarter 2005 was 8.3 percent, versus 7.8 percent in the previous quarter.

Strategic Acquisitions and Divestitures

The integration of the recently acquired Samara and Belaya Kalitva plants in Russia resulted in losses for the quarter of approximately $29 million after taxes due to integration costs, general market softness, especially in Europe, and the costs of initiatives to shift to higher value-added products. The company expects second half losses for the plants to be approximately $40 to $50 million after taxes.

Alcoa tendered its 46.5 percent stake in Elkem ASA for $869 million in cash, and recorded a $219 million gain after taxes on the transaction in the quarter. Alcoa continues to hold a 50 percent stake in two Norwegian aluminum smelters in Norway with combined capacity of 282,000 metric tons per year.

In the quarter the company purchased the 40 percent interest in the Alcoa (Shanghai) Aluminum Products Ltd. joint venture currently owned by its partner Shanghai Light Industrial Equipment (Group) Company, Ltd. Alcoa (Shanghai) Aluminum Products Ltd. will now be a wholly owned foreign enterprise and will continue to sell foil products to customers throughout Asia.

Balance Sheet and Growth Projects

In the quarter, capital expenditures were $487 million as the company invested in its growth projects in Western Australia, Iceland, and Brazil. Full year capital spending is estimated to be approximately $2.2 billion, with more than half dedicated to growth projects.

Progress continued during the quarter on construction of the new Alcoa Fjardaal aluminum smelter in Iceland set for production in 2007 as well as the expansion of the Alumar smelter in Brazil by 63,000 mtpy, which is expected to start production in the third quarter. The company continues negotiations with the government of the Republic of Ghana to re-start the Valco smelter.

The company also continued work on the efficiency upgrade at its Pinjarra alumina refinery in Australia, which is expected to increase production there by 600,000 mtpy by the end of 2005. The company began an expansion of the Jamalco alumina refinery in Clarendon, Jamaica as the first phase of a possible 1.5 million mtpy capacity expansion there. The first phase of expansion, an additional 150,000 mtpy, is expected to be completed by the end of 2006.

The company also began work to expand its global aerospace heat-treated sheet and plate production by approximately 50 percent over the next 18 months in response to orders from its aerospace customers, such as the nearly $2 billion high-performance sheet and plate supply agreement it signed with Airbus.

Cash from operations in the quarter was $384 million. Debt to capital stood at 32.2 percent at the end of the second quarter, a 110 basis point improvement from first quarter of 2005.

Segment and Other Results

Segment Changes

All comparisons are on a sequential quarter basis and after tax operating income (ATOI), unless noted.

Alumina - ATOI for the segment was at an all-time high of $182 million, up $21 million or 13 percent. Stronger pricing of third party shipments and increased internal demand for smelter restarts drove the increase in profitability. Alumina production for the quarter was 3,637 thousand metric tons ("kmt"), compared to 3,583 kmt in the first quarter of 2005.

Primary Metals - Segment profitability decreased $38 million or 17 percent, primarily because of lower realized metal prices and higher energy costs. Primary metal production for the quarter rose 48 kmt to 899 kmt, as re-starts in North America were completed. Realized metal prices declined by $65 a ton or 3% in the quarter to $1,977 a ton. The company purchased roughly 163 kmt of primary metal for internal use as part of its strategy to sell value-added products.

Flat Rolled Products - ATOI for the segment was $70 million. Excluding the impact of the new Russian facilities ($21 million loss), segment profitability increased to $91 million. Continued improved performance was driven by favorable pricing and mix in both North America and Europe as shipments of aerospace and other high value products rose.

Extruded and End Products - Higher shipments and revenue across many businesses within the segment doubled ATOI in the quarter to $20 million, overcoming a $6 million loss associated with the Russian assets. Seasonal improvements at Alcoa Home Exteriors also contributed to the results.

Engineered Solutions - ATOI for the segment was $60 million, relatively unchanged from the first quarter. Continued strong performance from key businesses serving the aerospace market, Howmet and Alcoa Fastening Systems, helped to partially offset declines at Alcoa Fujikura Automotive caused by weaker pricing and higher input costs.

Packaging and Consumer - Segment ATOI increased sharply to $47 million driven by seasonal demand increases in the consumer products and closure businesses. Compared to the year ago quarter, revenue in the segment grew by 9% largely based on raw material pricing pass through. However, all raw material increases could not be passed on to customers, leading to lower segment profitability.

ATOI to Net Income Reconciliation

The largest variances in reconciling items were in the "restructuring and other charges" and "other" line items. "Restructuring and Other Charges" records the after-tax impact of the previously announced restructuring charges. Included in the "other" line item is the gain on the sale of the Elkem shares and the tax benefit from the finalization of certain tax reviews.

Income from Discontinued Operations is comprised of operating losses and anticipated losses upon the sale of the discontinued operations.

Quarterly Conference Call

Alcoa will hold its quarterly conference call at 5:00 PM Eastern Time on July 7th to present the quarter's results. The meeting will be webcast via alcoa.com. Call information and related details are available at www.alcoa.com under "Invest."

About Alcoa

Alcoa is the world's leading producer and manager of primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum and alumina facilities, and is active in all major aspects of the industry. Alcoa serves the aerospace, automotive, packaging, building and construction, commercial transportation and industrial markets, bringing design, engineering, production and other capabilities of Alcoa's businesses to customers. In addition to aluminum products and components, Alcoa also markets consumer brands including Reynolds Wrap(R) foils and plastic wraps, Alcoa(R) wheels, and Baco(R) household wraps. Among its other businesses are vinyl siding, closures, fastening systems, precision castings, and electrical distribution systems for cars and trucks. The company has 131,000 employees in 43 countries and has been a member of the Dow Jones Industrial Average for 45 years and the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes since 2001. More information can be found at www.alcoa.com

Forward Looking Statements

Certain statements in this release relate to future events and expectations and as such constitute forward-looking statements involving known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results, performance or achievements of Alcoa to be different from those expressed or implied in the forward-looking statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements include: (a) material adverse changes in economic or aluminum industry conditions generally, including global supply and demand conditions and prices for primary aluminum, alumina and other products; (b) material adverse changes in the markets served by Alcoa, including the transportation, building, construction, distribution, packaging, industrial gas turbine and other markets; (c) Alcoa's inability to achieve the level of cost savings, productivity improvements or earnings growth anticipated by management, whether due to significant increases in energy, raw materials or employee benefits costs, labor disputes or other factors; (d) Alcoa's inability to realize the full extent of the expected savings or benefits from its restructuring activities, to complete such activities in accordance with its planned timetable, or to assure that subsequent refinements in its plans or business developments do not result in additional charges; (e) Alcoa's inability to complete its expansion projects and investment activities outside the U.S. as planned and by targeted completion dates, or to assure that the anticipated integration costs at its recently acquired Russian facilities will not exceed its estimates; (f) unfavorable changes in laws, governmental regulations or policies, currency exchange rates or competitive factors in the countries in which Alcoa operates; (g) significant legal proceedings or investigations adverse to Alcoa, including environmental, product liability, safety and health and other claims; and (h) the other risk factors summarized in Alcoa's Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2004, Form 10-Q for the quarter ended March 31, 2005 and other reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Alcoa and subsidiaries
Condensed Statement of Consolidated Income (unaudited)
(in millions, except per-share, share, and metric ton amounts)

                                            Quarter ended
                                  June 30      March 31     June 30
                                    2004         2005         2005
                                ------------ ------------ ------------
Sales                                $5,971       $6,289       $6,763

Cost of goods sold                    4,699        4,981        5,456
Selling, general administrative,
 and other expenses                     309          333          357
Research and development expenses        42           46           47
Provision for depreciation,
 depletion, and amortization            297          317          318
Restructuring and other charges           5           45          261
Interest expense                         70           78           87
Other income, net                      (125)         (36)        (347)
                                ------------ ------------ ------------
  Total costs and expenses            5,297        5,764        6,179

Income from continuing operations
 before taxes on income                 674          525          584
Provision for taxes on income           195          192           51
                                ------------ ------------ ------------
Income from continuing
 operations before minority
 interests' share                       479          333          533
Less:  Minority interests' share         74           60           60
                                ------------ ------------ ------------

Income from continuing
 operations                             405          273          473

Loss from discontinued
 operations                              (1)         (13)         (13)
                                ------------ ------------ ------------

NET INCOME                             $404         $260         $460
                                ============ ============ ============

Earnings (loss) per common share:
 Basic:
  Income from continuing
   operations                         $. 46         $.31         $.54
  Loss from discontinued
   operations                             -         (.01)        (.01)
                                ------------ ------------ ------------
     Net income                        $.46         $.30         $.53
                                ============ ============ ============

 Diluted:
  Income from continuing
   operations                          $.46         $.31         $.54
  Loss from discontinued
   operations                             -         (.01)        (.02)
                                ------------ ------------ ------------
     Net income                        $.46         $.30         $.52
                                ============ ============ ============

Average number of shares used
 to compute:
   Basic earnings per common
    share                       869,550,013  871,534,867  872,149,447
   Diluted earnings per common
    share                       877,363,719  878,883,569  877,950,254

Shipments of aluminum products
 (metric tons)                    1,298,000    1,290,000    1,401,000


Alcoa and subsidiaries
Condensed Statement of Consolidated Income (unaudited)
(in millions, except per-share, share and metric ton amounts)

                                                 Six months ended
                                               June 30      June 30
                                                 2004         2005
                                             ------------ ------------
Sales                                            $11,559      $13,052

Cost of goods sold                                 9,042       10,437
Selling, general administrative, and other
 expenses                                            642          690
Research and development expenses                     86           93
Provision for depreciation, depletion, and
 amortization                                        596          635
Restructuring and other charges                      (26)         306
Interest expense                                     133          165
Other income, net                                   (147)        (383)
                                             ------------ ------------
      Total costs and expenses                    10,326       11,943

Income from continuing operations before
 taxes on income                                   1,233        1,109
Provision for taxes on income                        350          243
                                             ------------ ------------
Income from continuing operations before
 minority interests' share                           883          866
Less:  Minority interests' share                     125          120
                                             ------------ ------------

Income from continuing operations                    758          746

Income (loss) from discontinued operations             1          (26)
                                             ------------ ------------

NET INCOME                                          $759         $720
                                             ============ ============

Earnings (loss) per common share:
   Basic:
     Income from continuing operations              $.87         $.86
     Loss from discontinued operations                 -         (.03)
                                             ------------ ------------
        Net income                                  $.87         $.83
                                             ============ ============

   Diluted:
     Income from continuing operations              $.87         $.85
     Loss from discontinued operations                 -         (.03)
                                             ------------ ------------
        Net income                                  $.87         $.82
                                             ============ ============

Average number of shares used to compute:
   Basic earnings per common share           869,493,460  871,817,999
   Diluted earnings per common share         877,777,205  878,211,268

Common stock outstanding at the end of the
 period                                      869,762,072  872,246,965

Shipments of aluminum products (metric tons)   2,579,000    2,691,000


Alcoa and subsidiaries
Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheet (unaudited)
(in millions)

                                         December 31 March 31 June 30
                                            2004       2005     2005
                                         ----------- -------- --------
ASSETS
Current assets:
  Cash and cash equivalents                    $457     $497     $457
  Receivables from customers, less
   allowances:
    $87 in 2004, $81 in 1Q2005,
    and $79 in 2Q2005                         2,738    3,159    3,245
  Other receivables                             261      263      291
  Inventories                                 2,968    3,370    3,467
  Deferred income taxes                         279      191      273
  Prepaid expenses and other current assets     790      944      765
                                         ----------- -------- --------
     Total current assets                     7,493    8,424    8,498
                                         ----------- -------- --------

Properties, plants and equipment, at cost    25,865   26,080   26,379
Less: accumulated depreciation, depletion,
 and amortization                            13,273   13,345   13,597
                                         ----------- -------- --------
 Net properties, plants and equipment        12,592   12,735   12,782
                                         ----------- -------- --------
Goodwill                                      6,541    6,574    6,494
Investments                                   2,066    1,897    1,183
Other assets                                  3,707    3,975    4,186
Assets held for sale                            210      109       57
                                         ----------- -------- --------
     Total assets                           $32,609  $33,714  $33,200
                                         =========== ======== ========

LIABILITIES
Current liabilities:
  Short-term borrowings                        $267     $330     $257
  Commercial paper                              630    1,632    1,105
  Accounts payable, trade                     2,226    2,428    2,350
  Accrued compensation and retirement
   costs                                      1,021      946    1,013
  Taxes, including taxes on income            1,019    1,029      994
  Other current liabilities                   1,078    1,038    1,052
  Long-term debt due within one year             57       47       48
                                         ----------- -------- --------
     Total current liabilities                6,298    7,450    6,819
                                         ----------- -------- --------
Long-term debt, less amount due within
 one year                                     5,346    5,267    5,514
Accrued pension benefits                      1,513    1,546    1,559
Accrued postretirement benefits               2,150    2,141    2,128
Other noncurrent liabilities and deferred
 credits                                      1,727    1,792    1,694
Deferred income taxes                           790      886      910
Liabilities of operations held for sale          69       60       13
                                         ----------- -------- --------
     Total liabilities                       17,893   19,142   18,637
                                         ----------- -------- --------

MINORITY INTERESTS                            1,416    1,169    1,207
                                         ----------- -------- --------

COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES

SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Preferred stock                                  55       55       55
Common stock                                    925      925      925
Additional capital                            5,775    5,762    5,749
Retained earnings                             8,636    8,765    9,093
Treasury stock, at cost                      (1,926)  (1,887)  (1,879)
Accumulated other comprehensive loss           (165)    (217)    (587)
                                         ----------- -------- --------
     Total shareholders' equity              13,300   13,403   13,356
                                         ----------- -------- --------
     Total liabilities and equity           $32,609  $33,714  $33,200
                                         =========== ======== ========


Alcoa and subsidiaries
Condensed Statement of Consolidated Cash Flows (unaudited)
(in millions)

                                              Six months ended June 30
                                                  2004        2005
                                              ------------ -----------
CASH FROM OPERATIONS
Net income                                           $759        $720
Adjustments to reconcile net income to cash
 from operations:
   Depreciation, depletion, and amortization          600         637
   Change in deferred income taxes                    (58)       (102)
   Noncash restructuring and other charges            (26)        306
   Net gain on early retirement of debt and
    interest rate swap settlements                    (58)          -
   Gains from investing activities - sale of
    assets                                             (8)       (342)
   Minority interests                                 125         120
   Other                                              (16)         40
Changes in assets and liabilities, excluding
 effects of acquisitions and divestitures:
   Increase in receivables                           (420)       (659)
   Increase in inventories                           (334)       (471)
   Increase in accounts payable and accrued
    expenses                                          172          86
   Cash paid on early retirement of debt and
    interest rate swap settlements                    (52)          -
   Cash paid on long-term aluminum supply
    contract                                            -         (93)
   Net change in noncurrent assets and
    liabilities                                      (108)        (58)
   Net change in net assets held for sale             (38)          -
   Other                                               21         (13)
                                              ------------ -----------
      CASH PROVIDED FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS        559         171
      CASH PROVIDED FROM (USED FOR)
       DISCONTINUED OPERATIONS                          3         (26)
                                              ------------ -----------
      CASH FROM OPERATIONS                            562         145
                                              ------------ -----------

FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Dividends paid to shareholders                       (261)       (262)
Dividends paid to minority interests                  (79)        (72)
Net change in commercial paper                      1,080         475
Additions to long-term debt                            88         200
Payments on long-term debt                         (1,379)        (48)
Other                                                 (12)          8
                                              ------------ -----------
      CASH (USED FOR) PROVIDED FROM FINANCING
       ACTIVITIES                                    (563)        301
                                              ------------ -----------

INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Capital expenditures                                 (414)       (834)
Acquisition of AFL minority interest                    -        (176)
Acquisitions, net of cash acquired                      -        (257)
Proceeds from the sale of assets                      355           -
Sale of investments                                     -       1,077
Change in short-term investments and
 restricted cash                                        5        (228)
Other                                                 (53)        (19)
                                              ------------ -----------
      CASH USED FOR INVESTING ACTIVITIES             (107)       (437)
                                              ------------ -----------

      EFFECT OF EXCHANGE RATE CHANGES ON CASH          (2)         (9)
                                              ------------ -----------
Net change in cash and cash equivalents              (110)          -
Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year        576         457
                                              ------------ -----------
      CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT END OF
       PERIOD                                        $466        $457
                                              ============ ===========


Alcoa and subsidiaries
Segment Information (unaudited) (a)
(in millions, except metric ton amounts and realized prices)

Consolidated Third-
 Party Revenues:     1Q04   2Q04   3Q04   4Q04    2004   1Q05   2Q05
                    ------ ------ ------ ------- ------ ------ -------
 Alumina              $463   $486   $490   $536  $1,975   $505   $533
 Primary Metals        878    959    930  1,039   3,806  1,089  1,124
 Flat-Rolled
  Products           1,450  1,490  1,520  1,502   5,962  1,655  1,763
 Extruded and End
  Products             943  1,027  1,028    976   3,974  1,037  1,153
 Engineered
  Solutions          1,149  1,189  1,106  1,159   4,603  1,241  1,286
 Packaging and
  Consumer             721    821    797    827   3,166    771    892
----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total (1)       $5,604 $5,972 $5,871 $6,039 $23,486 $6,298 $6,751
======================================================================

Consolidated
 Intersegment
 Revenues:           1Q04   2Q04   3Q04   4Q04    2004   1Q05   2Q05
                    ------ ------ ------ ------- ------ ------ -------
 Alumina              $338   $349   $341   $390  $1,418   $393   $439
 Primary Metals      1,038  1,129  1,039  1,129   4,335  1,303  1,215
 Flat-Rolled Products   23     23     25     18      89     34     36
 Extruded and End
  Products              15     12     14     13      54     14     19
 Engineered Solutions    -      -      -      -       -      -      -
 Packaging and
  Consumer               -      -      -      -       -      -      -
----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total           $1,414 $1,513 $1,419 $1,550  $5,896 $1,744 $1,709
======================================================================

Consolidated Third-
 Party Shipments
 (Kmt):               1Q04   2Q04   3Q04   4Q04    2004   1Q05   2Q05
                    ------ ------ ------ ------- ------ ------ -------
 Alumina (2)         1,838  1,981  2,030  2,213   8,062  1,923  1,951
 Primary Metals        469    472    459    482   1,882    487    520
 Flat-Rolled Products  515    517    521    493   2,046    509    560
 Extruded and End
  Products             225    235    225    210     895    221    237
 Engineered Solutions   34     33     31     35     133     39     38
 Packaging and Consumer 38     41     39     46     164     34     46
----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Total Aluminum    1,281  1,298  1,275  1,266   5,120  1,290  1,401
======================================================================

Alcoa's average
 realized price-
 Primary (mt)       $1,783 $1,867 $1,869 $1,942  $1,867 $2,042 $1,977
======================================================================

After-Tax Operating
 Income (ATOI):      1Q04   2Q04   3Q04   4Q04    2004   1Q05   2Q05
                    ------ ------ ------ ------- ------ ------ -------
 Alumina              $127   $159   $169   $177    $632   $161   $182
 Primary Metals        192    230    188    198     808    225    187
 Flat-Rolled Products   66     59     62     59     246     75     70
 Extruded and End
  Products (3)          17     30     28     (2)     73     10     20
 Engineered Solutions   62     69     39     41     211     59     60
 Packaging and
  Consumer              35     54     41     38     168     22     47
----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total             $499   $601   $527   $511  $2,138   $552   $566
======================================================================

Reconciliation of
 ATOI to consolidated
 net income:         1Q04   2Q04   3Q04   4Q04    2004   1Q05   2Q05
                    ------ ------ ------ ------- ------ ------ -------
  Total ATOI          $499   $601   $527   $511  $2,138   $552   $566
  Impact of
   intersegment profit
   adjustments          23      8      3     18      52     17    (16)
  Unallocated amounts
   (net of tax):
    Interest income      7      5      8      6      26      7      9
    Interest expense   (41)   (45)   (44)   (46)   (176)   (51)   (56)
    Minority interests (51)   (74)   (72)   (48)   (245)   (60)   (60)
    Corporate expense  (74)   (63)   (68)   (78)   (283)   (69)   (73)
    Restructuring and
     other charges      31     (4)    (3)    (1)     23    (30)  (172)
    Discontinued
     operations          2     (1)   (16)   (77)    (92)   (13)   (13)
    Other (3)          (41)   (23)   (52)   (17)   (133)   (93)   275
----------------------------------------------------------------------
  Consolidated net
   income             $355   $404   $283   $268  $1,310   $260   $460
----------------------------------------------------------------------

(a) Segment information for all prior periods has been restated to
reflect the change in segments due to a global realignment within the
company, effective January 2005.

(1) The difference between the segment total and consolidated
    third-party revenues is in Corporate.
(2) Alumina third-party shipments have been restated to reflect total
    alumina shipments rather than only smelter-grade alumina
    shipments, as was previously disclosed.
(3) The first quarter 2005 ATOI amount has been modified to correct a
    tax adjustment that should have been reflected in Corporate.