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Airbus : Everything you need to know about the H135, its latest innovations, and how it is used by customers around the world ...

10/20/2021 | 11:14pm EST

No. 125 - OCTOBER 2021

AIRBUS HELICOPTERS

INNOVATION

Testing the hybrid future

MISSION

The Lakota in the eye of

the storm of Haiti

OFF THE BE ATEN

TR ACK

The H125 fighting desert locusts in Africa

H135

A programme in motion

© Christian Keller

S P O T L I G H T

P O R T F O L I O

ADAC LUFTRETTUNG TAKES DELIVERY OF ITS FIRST TWO FIVE-BLADED H145s

ADAC Luftrettung, one of Europe's biggest helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) operators, has taken delivery of its first two five-bladed H145s. Furthermore, the German HEMS operator will upgrade its current fleet of 14 four-bladed H145s to the five-bladed rotor system.

ADAC Luftrettung operates more than 50 Airbus helicopters from 37 stations throughout Germany. In June, an ADAC H145 was the first HEMS helicopter to fly with sustainable aviation fuel.

Watch the video here

© Celian Bauduin

Advanc

ed

Eric Raz

© Anthony Pecchi

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OCTOBER 2021

AIRBUS REVEALS THE NEXT GENERATION OF CITYAIRBUS

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Ushering in the next generation of CityAirbus, Airbus' fully electric vehicle is

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equipped with fixed wings, a V-shaped tail, and eight electrically powered propellers

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as part of its uniquely designed distributed propulsion system. It is designed

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to carry up to four passengers in a zero emissions flight in multiple applications.

More information here

© Productions Autrement Dit

H160 RECEIVES LOCAL CERTIFICATION IN BRAZIL

The H160 has received type certification by ANAC

(the National Civil Aviation Agency in Brazil), paving the way for future deliveries in the South American country.

The H160 will be an efficient option in Brazil in the offshore energy market thanks to its high speed and good range, high levels of safety and the latest technology on board, as well as very competitive operating costs with low fuel consumption.

Thanks to its standards of comfort, technology and low vibrations, the H160 has already aroused the interest of corporate and business aviation in the country.

The H160's first Latin American client will be a private owner who signed the acquisition in 2018.

HONG KONG GFS H175 FLEET

REACHES 10,000 FLIGHT HOURS

The global launch customer of the H175 public services configuration, Hong Kong-based Government Flying Service (GFS) recently reached a new milestone with 10,000 flight hours of its H175 fleet.

After reaching the first 5,000 flight hours last September, GFS performed another impressive 5,000 flight hours in less than 14 months, while achieving its highest monthly flight-hour record with 406 hours. As of August this year, more than 2,600 life saving missions have been performed by GFS's H175 fleet in 2021, of which a total of over

6,900 occurred since the entry into service of this new type.

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P O R T F O L I O

FIVE NEW H125s FOR PHOENIX POLICE DEPARTMENT

The Phoenix Police Department in Arizona, US has signed a new order to upgrade its airborne law enforcement helicopter fleet with five new H125 helicopters. Deliveries are expected to begin next year.

© Airbus

Protecting

Luc Alary CRC IFRC

AH Malaysia

©

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SUPPORTING THE RED CROSS IN HAITI

THE H225 SIMULATOR

The Airbus Foundation supported the Haitian Red Cross

EXPERIENCE IN ASIA PACIFIC

and the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC)

The Airbus Helicopters Malaysia Simulation Centre based

with helicopter flight hours in the wake of a 7.2-magnitude

in Subang, Malaysia, houses Asia Pacific's only training

earthquake that shook Haiti mid-August 80 miles south

simulator for H225/H225M helicopters, as well

4

of the capital, Port-au-Prince.

as a second simulator for AS365 Dauphin training.

The Airbus Foundation quickly provided 60 helicopter

It has recently welcomed its sixth H225 customer,

2021

flight hours free of charge to support its partners with

the Indonesian Air Force, for a series of recurrent

an H125 helicopter from the regional helicopter operator,

H225 simulator training courses for their pilots.

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professionals so they could arrive safely and rapidly in the

to successfully conduct their first training session in

Air Rotor Service AP. The H125 supported the distribution

Airbus and the customer navigated through COVID-19

of humanitarian aid and the transport of medical

challenges and travel restrictions across borders,

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affected areas.

August, with several more sessions planned

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This reactivity was possible thanks to the Airbus

for the year.

Helicopters customer centre in Mexico who set up the

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mission with Air Rotor Service AP and the collaboration

of the local Red Cross.

© Diane Bond

FIRST LAKOTA UH-72B FOR THE US ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

Airbus Helicopters, Inc. has delivered the first UH-72B, the latest variant of its Lakota helicopter, to the US Army National Guard from its production facility in Columbus, Mississippi. This delivery is the first of 18 UH-72B Lakota helicopters currently on order to support the National Guard's critical missions. Based on the widely successful H145, the UH-72B incorporates technologies that increase both safety and flight performance, including the five-bladed main rotor, the Fenestron shrouded tail rotor, Safran Arriel 2E engines, and the Airbus-designed Helionix avionics suite.

S P O T L I G H T

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C O N T E N T S

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P A N O R A M A

Airbus Helicopters news and events by the numbers

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U P A B O V E

The Icelandic Coast Guard performing mountain training near the volcanic eruption in Gelingadalir

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I N T H E I R

W O R D S

Argentina: The H145

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F E A T U R E D A R T I C L E S

H135

  1. programme in motion

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I N N O V A T I O N

Testing the hybrid future

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M I S S I O N

Haiti: In the eye of two storms

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O F F T H E

B E A T E N T R A C K

Africa: Protecting crops from an enemy the size of a thumb

© Dianne Bond

Bruno Even, CEO of Airbus Helicopters

"What drives Airbus Helicopters to innovate is our desire to meet the expectations

of our customers and society in general, both those of today and in the future. "

in Tierra del Fuego

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M I S S I O N

France: Marathon raid for the Caïman

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For more information

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www.airbus.com/Helicopters

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Join us on

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facebook/AirbusHelicopters

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Follow us on

twitter/AirbusHeli

© Ned Dawson

Join us on linkedin/AirbusHelicopters

Follow us on youtube/AirbusHelicopters

Communication Director: Yves Barillé (Publication

Director), Editor in Chief: Belén Morant ( belen.morant@

airbus.com), Director of photography: Jérôme Deulin,

Translation: Airbus Translation Services; Amplexor.

Published by: (Copyright Airbus Helicopters 2021, all rights reserved). Airbus Helicopters' logo and the names of its products and services are registered trademarks.

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Innovation is the driver of change and the only way to endure in a high-tech industry. But must we make a choice between evolution and revolution?

In the case of Airbus, our incremental innovation model helps us to continue to lead the way in the civil market by continuously improving products that have proven their capacity to adapt to the demands of our customers. With its new functionalities, improved performance, enhanced safety and more sustainable emissions, the natural progression of the H135 has resulted in a modern helicopter equipped with state-of-the-art technology and the benefit of 25 years of experience: innovation at the service of evolution.

Meanwhile, our pioneering spirit has led us to explore uncharted horizons in the field of vertical flight that will allow us to guarantee a more sustainable future. Airbus is benefitting

from years of dedicated research, innovation, two electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) demonstrators - the CityAirbus and Vahana - and development on sound technology across its portfolio of products, as well as decades of experience in certifying aircraft. Today, our next generation of CityAirbus - a fully electric four-seater aircraft

  • and the success of the tests of our Flightlab equipped with the engine back-up system show just how convinced we are that leading the way in the aerospace industry takes both boldness and determination. Revolution at the service of innovation.

One thing is clear: what drives Airbus Helicopters to innovate is our desire to meet the expectations of our customers and society in general, both those of today and in the future. That's what the incremental and disruptive innovation at Airbus Helicopters is all about: meeting the needs of today to create new opportunities for tomorrow.

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P A N O R A M A

75

YEARS

Of the Argentinian Coast Guard

carrying out essential missions with H225, AS365 and H125 helicopters.

4 to 5

BLADES

Helibras completed the first retrofit of a 5-blade ACH145 helicopter in Latin America.

80 km and

120 km/h

This is the range and the cruise speed that the CityAirbus Next Generation can reach.

+22%

More Airbus helicopters enrolled on

an HCare Global contract.

Global Medical

Response (GMR) will add a total

of 21 Airbus helicopters from the H125, H130 and H135 families to its growing

air medical fleet, with options to include up to an additional

23 helicopters, bringing the total order potential up

to 44 helicopters.

1,000,000

MISSIONS

On 19 August 2021,

DRF Luftrettung carried out its one millionth air rescue mission providing people with medical care.

10,000

FLIGHT HOURS

The H225M fleet

of the 1º/8º Squadron

of the Brazilian

Air Force (FAB) has completed 10,000 flight hours.

F E A T U R E D A R T I C L E S

H135

A programme in motion

© Ned Dawson

82021OCTOBER -No.125 -ROTOR

+700

SUPER PUMAS

are flying in the world today, among which 140 are H225s.

The Super Puma family achieved 5,781,800 flight hours in 2020.

100 Kw

The 100 Kw electric motor of the Flightlab's engine back-up system, which is connected to the main gearbox, can provide electrical power for 30 seconds in the event of an engine failure.

1,000 km

The total distance flown

by the Vahana and CityAirbus demonstrators during their 242 flight and ground tests.

Offering incremental innovation as a solution to new market needs:

that is the secret to the success of the H135 programme,

which after 25 years of improvements and more than 6 million accumulated flight hours, remains the undisputed leader in the HEMS market.

Proposing more power, more payload, increased mission capabilities

and security, but always without losing sight of the environmental challenge,

the H135 has many stories to write, and as many lives to save.

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Disclaimer

Airbus SE published this content on 20 October 2021 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 21 October 2021 03:13:01 UTC.


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