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1 Aviation Safety for Helibras seminar
EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved Aviation Safety for Helibras seminar AIRBUS Helicopters Gilles Bruniaux VP Aviation Safety -Sept 2014

2 Airbus Helicopter Commitment to Safety
Aviation safety is, will be, and has always been, Airbus Helicopters' s number one priority for products and services. Safety of our helicopters is continuously improved in order to better protect the occupants, by going beyond the minimum certification requirements whenever possible and supporting our customers around the world. Airbus Helicopters is fully committed to safety as the most important aspect of its business. Aviation safety is not a responsibility exclusive to the aviation safety staff. Aviation safety is the responsibility of each and every one of the Airbus Helicopters employees in order to ensure the sustainability of the business. AH Guidance Principles EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved

3 Airbus Helicopters priorities
Customer satisfaction Quality & Safety Competitive Products & Innovation Flat turnover after almost 15 years of growth: Growth of the S&S turnover: 1/3 of the world civil & parapublic fleet is composed by Airbus Helicopters aircraft (ensure part of captive support). EC225/SP impact: limited impact on the deliveries (impacted only in Brazil) but strong impact on the S&S revenue as most of the O&G fleet did not fly. Impact of the budget reduction in the US (reduction of the UH-72A Lakota procurement by 31 aircraft) and in Brazil (EC725) Delays in deliveries (3 Dolphins) The main objective today is to ensure a profitable growth in line with the market needs (not a high speed growth) Level of delivery remain high mainly driven by the Ecureuil family ramp-up To offer reliable and efficient products and support & services worldwide … … by working with a very high level of quality and safety… … by pursuing our innovation roadmap and enhancing our competitiveness to ensure sustainable development and growth March 2014

4 Aviation Safety Organization
Guillaume Faury CEO Jean-Brice Dumont Research & Development Gilles Bruniaux Aviation Safety - EA Michel Soulhiard Accident Investigations & Product Integrity - EAI Matthias Klein Corporate Aviation Safety Management & Communication - EAS Thomas Gogel Worldwide Network & German Sites Management - EAW EA / Matthias KLEIN / R&D Learning Path – Aviation Safety / 1,v.3 / /28/08/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved AH safety Vision: 0 AH helicopter accidents Consistently with IHST Vision: 0 helicopter accidents

5 Airbus Helicopters Worldwide Fleet
11,920 In-Service A/C (End Nov 2013) In 149 Countries 3009 Operators EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved 3,229,000 FH flown in 2013 85,068,000 Total FH accumulated (as of 31 Dec 2013)

6 Airbus Helicopters Fleet by Aircraft Family (Number of In-service Aircraft)
AS350/EC130 EC135 EC145/BK117 AS365/EC155 SUPER PUMA Most Accumulated FH AS 332 Bristow with H 34.6 % 9.2 % 8 % 7.4 % 6.4 % GAZELLE 5.7 % EC120 5.7 % BO105 AS355 ALOUETTE 3 EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved 5.5 % PUMA 5.4 % 3.6 % ALOUETTE 2 1.9 % Oldest AC SA313 delivered in 1956 2.7 % LAMA 1.7 % NH90 TIGER 1.4 % 0.8 %

7 Operator Fleet Size 2013 (3,009 Operators) French Army Air Methods
German Army US Army CHC Group Brazilian Army USCG Inaer Spanish Army U.S. Dept of security homeland security 2013 (3,009 Operators) EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved to to to >100

8 Number of Fatal Accidents
Airbus Helicopters Group Accident Trends w/o Tiger/NH90 78 86 95 104 81 85 83 91 82 Number of Accidents EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved 24 36 27 33 38 23 22 Number of Fatal Accidents 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

9 Airbus Helicopters Group Accident Trend
w/o Tiger/NH90 80 51 104 77 88 90 105 75 65 Number of Fatalities (57 + 8 third parties) (81 + 9 third (50 + 1 third party) (97 + 7 third (88 + 2 third (83 + 5 third (74 + EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

10 ECG Accidents Rate Evolution (all aircraft)
Airbus Helicopters Group Accident Rates Trend ECG Accidents Rate Evolution (all aircraft) w/o Tiger/NH90 2,480,000 2,603,000 2,699,000 2,851,000 2,937,000 2,878,000 2,951,000 3,118,000 3,160,000 3,229,000 Fleet Activity (F/H per year) Ø 1 acc each 4 days!!! 3.15 3.30 3.52 3.65 2.76 2.95 2.81 2.92 2.63 2.54 Rate of Accidents per 100,000 F/H - 25% EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved 0.97 0.92 0.89 1.26 0.83 1.12 1.22 0,73 0.68 Rate of Fatal Accidents per 100,000 F/H - 16% 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Constant increase of Fleet Activity Low Decreasing of Accident rates = best result since ever

11 Brazil

12 5 years of AH Civil Fleet operations in Brazil
Actual figures: 38 accidents EA / J.M. Pouradier/ Eurocopter Safety Enhancement Initiatives / 2,v.0 / /05/10/2011/ © Eurocopter rights reserved

13 5 years of AH Civil Fleet operations in Brazil
Assuming average worldwide accident rate: 16 accidents avoided (42%) EA / J.M. Pouradier/ Eurocopter Safety Enhancement Initiatives / 2,v.0 / /05/10/2011/ © Eurocopter rights reserved

14 5 years of AH Civil Fleet operations in Brazil
Actual figures: 22 fatalities EA / J.M. Pouradier/ Eurocopter Safety Enhancement Initiatives / 2,v.0 / /05/10/2011/ © Eurocopter rights reserved

15 5 years of AH Civil Fleet operations in Brazil
Assuming worldwide average fatality rate: 8 lives saved EA / J.M. Pouradier/ Eurocopter Safety Enhancement Initiatives / 2,v.0 / /05/10/2011/ © Eurocopter rights reserved

16 Airbus Helicopters Group
Breakdown of accidents by main cause Airbus Helicopters Group period (5 years) EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved

17 AH Hel accidents in BRAZIL

18 IHST and AIRBUS Helicopters
Four main improvement areas SMS (safety culture and risk management) Training (all kinds!) Use of Systems & Technology AFCS, NVG, ACAS, HTAWS, etc… cockpit and image recorder, HFDM, HUMS etc… (Enhance survivability) Strict adherence to maintenance procedures EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved

19 EC225 Oil and Gas Safety Plan: AH safety Vision: Zero AH Helicopter accidents
EC225 configuration: Vision 1000 camera in cockpit (HFDM, Safety management, training, incident investigation) Automatic approach for 225e - offset approach “rig and fly” HUMS AAD Survivability improvement Flight operations: Edition of an AH EC 225 FCOM (Flight Crew Operating Manual) for oil and gas operations: Initiative focusing on best use of automation Training Standardization between AH and operators: Pilot seminar Maintenance: Maintenance seminar Technical representative Mentor Flight Ops and Maintenance initiatives in North Sea and Technical representatives to be deployed in Brazil + Portuguese translation for EC225 tech pub EBSX225 / S Kraywinkel / EC225 Product Improvement 1,v.0 / /08/04/2017/ © Eurocopter rights reserved 08 April 2017

20 Questions? Suggestions?
EAS / Matthias KLEIN / Aviation Safety / 1,v.0 / /03/07/ © Airbus Helicopters rights reserved

21 Thank you for your attention, participation, and interest!


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