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Contents

1 Foreword ........................................................................................................................ 3
2 General Characteristics .............................................................................................. 13
2.1 Cockpit and Cabin Layouts .................................................................................................. 13
2.2 Weight .................................................................................................................................. 13
2.3 Power Ratings ...................................................................................................................... 13
2.4 Fuel Capacities .................................................................................................................... 14
2.5 External Dimensions ............................................................................................................ 15
2.6 Internal Dimensions ............................................................................................................. 16
2.7 External Sound Levels ......................................................................................................... 17
3 Baseline Aircraft Definition ........................................................................................ 19
4 Mission Configurations .............................................................................................. 21
4.1 Emergency Medical Services - EMS Mission ...................................................................... 22
4.2 Offshore Transportation Mission .......................................................................................... 29
4.3 Law Enforcement Mission .................................................................................................... 37
4.4 Aerial Work Mission ............................................................................................................. 45
5 Equipment Information ............................................................................................... 51
5.1 General Available Equipment .............................................................................................. 51
5.2 Avionics Layouts .................................................................................................................. 57
5.3 Antenna Layout .................................................................................................................... 59
5.4 NVG friendly & NVIS Certification ........................................................................................ 59
5.5 Disclaimers .......................................................................................................................... 60
6 Main Performance ....................................................................................................... 63
6.1 Performance Summary Tables ............................................................................................ 63
6.2 Operating Limitations ........................................................................................................... 66
6.3 Performance Charts ............................................................................................................. 67
7 Service and Support Information .............................................................................. 79
7.1 Assets .................................................................................................................................. 79
7.2 H145 Inspection Programs .................................................................................................. 80
7.3 Main Components ................................................................................................................ 82
7.4 HCare - Material Management ............................................................................................ 84
7.5 Engine Service and Support Programs ............................................................................... 87
7.6 HCare - Helicopter Maintenance .......................................................................................... 89
7.7 HCare - Technical Support .................................................................................................. 90
7.8 HCare - Training & Flight Ops .............................................................................................. 92
7.9 Flight Operations Services .................................................................................................. 94
7.10 HCare - Connected Services ............................................................................................. 95
8 Abbreviations .............................................................................................................. 97

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1 Foreword

Figure 1.1: Example of the H145

The H145® is Airbus® new 3-4 ton class twin-engine, multi-purpose helicopter. It can accommodate up
to 12 seats for pilot/s and passengers. It is certified under the name BK117 D-2. The H145 represents
a major evolution in terms of flight performance, mission capability, flight safety and cost of operations.
As a further evolution of the BK117 family, the H145 provides latest technologies, like the advanced
cockpit design with the most modern Human Machine Interface (HMI) and state-of-the-art Helionix®
avionics, new more powerful engines, an enhanced transmission system and a Fenestron® anti-
torque-device. These new technologies are combined with the rugged and proven design elements of
the EC145®, as for example the main rotor system and the multipurpose cabin.
The innovative Helionix avionics system has an open architecture and modular design with very high
redundancy (double duplex) incorporating embedded functions as well as the capability for further
integration of mission functions. The most significant embedded function is the 4-axis dual duplex
AFCS. The functionalities, level of safety and the mission capability enhancements offered by this
autopilot are the most performing in the helicopter industry.
The H145's hingeless rotor system with its monolithic titanium hub ('System Bölkow') is proven world-
wide. Furthermore, the rotor blades are optimized to provide high performance with low sound and
vibration levels. These features, combined with a Fenestron with unequal blade spacing makes the
H145 the quietest helicopter in its class. In addition to environmental aspects, the rugged rotor system
and airframe components together with the enhanced main gear box grant for low maintenance costs
and high in-service-time of the helicopter. The new engines also significantly contribute to the reduced
maintenance costs through high TBO and an evolved maintenance concept with usage monitoring,
which increases the availability of the engine.

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The H145 is equipped with two very powerful Safran Helicopter Engines Arriel 2E engines, each
controlled by a dual channel FADEC, which, in combination with its lifting system, provide outstanding
performance in AEO operations and vital power reserves in One Engine Inoperative (OEI) scenarios.
The H145 allows Cat. A VTOL operation up to the level of performance class 1 according to EASA OPS
with full MTOW at SL and ISA.
Twin-engine reliability is complemented by a fully separated fuel supply system, a duplex hydraulic
system, dual electrical system and redundant lubrication for the main transmission. A key safety aspect
of the H145 is its inherent crashworthiness thanks to energy absorbing fuselage and seats, as well as
crash resistant fuel cells. The Fenestron anti-torque-device increases significantly the safety in flight
and on ground.
A wide range of rapidly interchangeable optional equipment, such as emergency floats, rescue hoist,
searchlight and cargo hook is available for the H145. Together with its inherently versatile cabin layout,
the H145 is ready to take on diverse missions; from EMS, passenger transport, to internal and external
load transport, law enforcement and offshore transportation.

Spacious cabin
The H145 cabin is in a class of its own and features:
• Excellent outside visibility for pilot/s, crew and/or passengers
• Roomy cabin with no partitions or protrusions, no center post, no door post
• Unrivalled side loading (no door posts) and rear loading capability
• Flat floor all over the entire cabin area

Figure 1.2: View from rear into the empty cabin

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Advanced glass cockpit - flight and mission management


The H145 offers a glass cockpit solution with a highly efficient HMI designed to reduce the pilot
workload and increase the flight safety. The avionics system, Helionix, is the latest generation of Airbus
avionics family, designed to provide enhanced safety and mission capability along with simplified
maintainability. Helionix benefits from the long experience accumulated by Airbus in the development
of innovative avionics.
The Helionix Flight Display Subsystem (FDS) is composed of 3 Smart Multifunction Displays (MFD)
providing state-of-the-art quality and precision imaging of flight parameters, as well as mission
equipment from a moving map functionality to a High Definition (HD) Electro Optical System.
The pilot display offers all the flight, navigation and vehicle relevant data while the remaining displays
are configurable for flight, vehicle or mission data. All Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Displays (AMLCD)
feature perfect readability from any angle and in any light condition.
With the Helionix suite, the flight crew will experience:
• Enhanced pilot assistance thanks to the most advanced 4-axis digital AFCS with innovative upper
modes expanding the aircraft capabilities in particular in low visibility conditions and over water,
SAR, for both day and night missions
• Enhanced situation awareness with integrated Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System
(H-TAWS), Synthetic Vision System (SVS) and moving map as optional equipment.
• Reduced pilot workload with innovative crew alerting concept such as the one hundred feet alert
(required by EASA OPS) and Vehicle Management System (VMS)
• Reduced pilot workload with an intuitive Human Machine Interface (HMI)
• Unrivalled level of redundancy with all functions embedded in each MFD, dual duplex aircraft
management computers and 3 Attitude and Heading Reference Sensors (AHRS), plus one
Integrated Electronic Stand-by Instrument (IESI)
• Full Usage Monitoring System (UMS) included in the basic Helionix package
• A new concept for enhanced maintainability with user-friendly software management, failure codes
recording and trouble shooting algorithm
The unique color coding, warning and information concept helps the pilot/s to collect all relevant
parameters while suppressing presentation of non-relevant information. Additionally, the H145's
unique First Limit Indicator (FLI) considerably simplifies engine and torque monitoring. The pilot/s
workload is minimized thus allowing their attention to be concentrated on the mission. A NVG layout is
optionally available.
In addition, the H145 digital avionics initialization procedures and self-test sequences are automatically
performed in the background, minimizing the time to become airbone.

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Able to safely fly in IMC conditions


With the autopilot, the advanced rate command / attitude and heading hold mode and upper modes
significately enhance the capabilities for flight in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) and other
degraded visual environments (e.g with night vision goggles).

Figure 1.3: Typical instrument panel

H145 is Airbus answer for medium weight mission systems for high demanding multipurpose
requirements.
Airbus has already delivered around 169 H145/H145M helicopters with total flight hours of
approximately 81,000 Fh by the end of 2017.

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Highlights and Main Improvements


Alternate gross weight 3,800 kg
For the H145 an alternate gross weight of 3,800 kg is available for customers as selectable option. With
this option customers can perform day and night flights with a gross weight between 3,700 kg and
3,800 kg under Visual and Instrument Flight Rules (VFR/IFR) for Category B operations.
The alternate gross weight is certified under EASA regulations. FAA certification is ongoing. The
certification includes a flight envelope up to ISA +25°C and a maximum operating altitude for hover,
takeoff and landing up to 5,000 ft density altitude (DA). The maximum operating altitude allows flights
up to 8,000 ft pressure altitude (PA).
Flights with a gross mass above 3,700 kg can be done with open or removed doors, using NVG´s and
with load on the single or dual cargo hook. Not included in the certification of the alternate gross weight
are operations with load on the hoist and operations over water in a hostile environment requiring an
emergency flotation system.
Due to the higher loads on the helicopter a penalty factor has to be applied for each flight above 3,700
kg reducing the life time of certain components.

Offshore seating arrangement


The H145 has reached certification for specific offshore seating arrangements for up to 8 passengers
which are meeting the requirements of CAA Safety Directive 2015/005 and CAP 1145. Different layouts
are available depending on the customer needs.
Below examples show an 8 passengers offshore seating arrangement suitable for passenger
transportation and a 4 passengers seating configuration suitable for offshore windfarm operations with
hoist.

Figure 1.4: 8 passengers seating arrangement (left), 4 passengers seating arrangement (right)

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DLE PC2 procedure


The DLE PC2 procedure for takeoff and landing for offshore operations on/to helidecks is now available
for the H145.

This procedure is characterized by:

• PC2 offshore classical profiles including a low rotation point (RP), which is also in effect of the
Takeoff Decision Point (TDP).
• Exposure time quantification depending on takeoff and landing weight.
The PC2 DLE procedure is compliant with the JAR-OPS 3 "PC2 Enhanced" (PC2e) as well as with the
EASA Air Operations Regulation (EASA-OPS), Part CAT (Commercial Air Transport) which applies
from 28 October 2012.

Improved Human External Cargo (HEC) performance


The H145 flight envelope has been extended by increasing its human external cargo (HEC) capability.
The H145 now offers an increased hover performance capability in One Engine Inoperative (OEI)
mode within the two minutes power band (@ SL/ISA+20) allowing an additional 230 kg useful load.
The upgrade was certified by the European Airworthiness Safety Agency (EASA) in March 2017. The
H145' s enhanced power and load capabilities will in particular bring benefit to commercial winch
operators for missions such as harbour pilot or powerline maintenance.

Electro Optical System (EOS) Star Safire 380HDc


The Star Safire 380HDc basic system has the same technical characteristics as the Star Safire 380HD,
but in a smaller and lighter turret and except for these features:

• The zoom of the infrared sensor (Medium-Wafe Infra-Red - MWIR) is continuous instead of stepwise
and with following zoom ranges:
• 640 MWIR: 29° - 1.47° (down to 0.75° with electronic zoom)
• 1280 MWIR: 40° - 2° (down to 1° with electronic zoom)
• The FOV of the long range digital color camera are 25°, 3.9°, 0.7°, 0.4° and 0.2° (electronic).
• Additionally a digital color camera sensor is installed:
The digital color TV camera operates in the visible waveband. It provides optical zoom and the
following modes and features: manual focus, manual and automatic sensitivity. These modes and
features are selectable by the operator. The digital color TV camera provides a continuous zoom of
45°-1.2° (down to 0.6° with electronic zoom).

Figure 1.5: EOS, Star Safire 380HDc - Turret

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External cameras
External cameras can be mounted on the helicopter, e.g. to monitor external loads or helicopter loading
observation by the crew or to support identification of obstacles behind the helicopter.
The color camera provides a picture, which can be indicated on the center MFD in the cockpit.
Two different camera installations are offered:

• External multi-purpose camera on tail boom


The camera is installed on the tail boom in the fenestron area and features observation of the cargo
hook, hoist or rope down missions and helicopter rear loading. The camera angle is pre-adjusted by
means of three adjustment screws.

• External rear-view camera


The camera is installed under the helicopter clam-shell doors and features observation of the area
behind the helicopter, which may be beneficial for rearward takeoffs.

Figure 1.6: External rear-view camera (left); external multi-purpose camera on tail boom (right)

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Helionix improvements
The Helionix avionic system is now available in its step 3 version. It enhances the basic as well as the
optional mission functions for additional safety and mission capability.
• new Time Limited Dispatch for engines in order to reduce AOG
• UMS data exceedance communication over satellite (requires EuroNav Skytrack Iridium satcom
option)
• Bigger maps (1,000 NM x 1,000 NM)
• SVS with indication of obstacles, runway and helipads, cultural data (urban areas, roads, rail roads)
and enhanced graphics and texture
• Optional Helionix moving map with indication of airspaces and fuel range, pointer position sent to
FMS, map back ground in NAVD and improved color rendering

Figure 1.7: Example of Helionix step 3

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Basic platform computer


The basic platform computer is a multipurpose airborne computer interfaced with Wi-Fi and LTE (4G)
on which various applications can be installed:
• Hot spot / router: provide a Wi-Fi access point for the connection of Wi-Fi capable devices and allows
data exchange with the ground LTE network
• Real time overlay download: allow the wireless update of different data (e.g. weather data or
JEPPESEN database) from the customer ground server to the EuroNav 7. The database download
is performed via Wi-Fi or LTE. If both networks are available, priority is given to Wi-Fi.
• Voice over IP: allow VoIP over the LTE connection. In this case the control of the communication is
done from the cockpit via EuroNav 7 where the contacts and their associated telephone numbers
are saved. The communication is realized over the intercom system.
• Fleet tracking: allow to receive data from the EuroNav 7 and to transmit them via the basic platform
computer on the LTE network to a ground station

Figure 1.8: Flight path tracking shown on ground station (example)

Note: The basic platform computer is available on request. Please contact your Airbus helicopter sales representative.

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Full flight simulator


The H145 simulator at the Airbus Helicopters Training Academy in Germany has been awarded level
D status by the German Federal Aviation Office - the highest possible certification for a full flight
simulator. With such airworthiness authority approval, more training hours accumulated by pilots in the
full flight simulator are now authorized to be logged as actual flight hours.
The simulator provides customers with a wide range of training opportunities, in particular for missions
under extreme flight conditions and for practicing various emergency procedures. As level D helicopter
simulator it meets a number of criteria, including the ability to move in six directions, to provide a field
of view of at least 180°, to work with realistic acoustic and visual simulations, and to perform several
special motion effects. The H145 simulator is suitable for pilots' initial training and refresher courses,
for specific instruction on emergency procedures, for flights according to Instrument Flight Rules (IFR),
in offshore conditions and at night (with night vision goggles), as well as for Cat. A operations.

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Figure 1.9: H145 Full Flight Simulator level D

Emergency floats with integrated life rafts (DART - STC)


Emergency floats with integrated life rafts (DART - STC) are available on request. The floats and the
life rafts are installed on the landing gear in order to save cabin space. The system includes 4 tri bag
floats for improved stability and integrated life rafts for ease of access and weight savings. The system
is certified up to sea state 6.
Please contact your Airbus helicopter sales representative.

Figure 1.10: Emergency floats with integrated life rafts (DART - STC)

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2 General Characteristics

2.1 Cockpit and Cabin Layouts

Seats & equipment as option


Passenger transportation 1 or 2 pilots + up to 8 passengers in passenger seating configuration
(energy absorbing individual seats) + 1.31 m³ cargo
High-density seating 1 or 2 pilots + up to 10 passengers in high-density seating
configuration (energy absorbing individual troop seats)
Emergency Medical Services - 1 or 2 pilots + up to 2 stretcher patients + up to 3 HEMS crew
EMS

2.2 Weight
kg lb
a
• Empty weight, Baseline Aircraft Definition 1,919 4,231
• Useful load, Baseline Aircraft Definition 1,781 3,926
• Pilot 85 187
• Payload and/or fuel 1,696 3,739
b
• Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) 3,700 8,157
• Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) with external loadb 3,700 8,157
• Maximum dual cargo hook load (single hook operation) 1,600 3,527
• Maximum dual cargo hook load (HEC class D operation) 800 1,764
a. Margin ± 1,5%
b. Within the AGW flight envelope up to 3,800 kg

2.3 Power Ratings

Engine Ratings
2 Safran Helicopter Engines ARRIEL 2E turboshaft engines

All Engines Operative (AEO) kW shp


a
• Takeoff Power (TOP) 667 894
• Maximum Continuous Power (MCP) 575 771
a. for up to 30 min

One Engine Inoperative (OEI) kW shp


• OEI 30 sec 800 1072
• OEI 2 min 775 1038
• OEI MCP 710 951

Note: Thermodynamic values per engine, in standard atmosphere, at sea level.

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Main Transmission Ratings

All Engines Operative (AEO) kW shp


• Takeoff Power (TOP) 2 x 420 2 x 563
• Maximum Continuous Power (MCP) 2 x 327 2 x 438

One Engine Inoperative (OEI) kW shp


• OEI 30 sec 1 x 662 1 x 887
• OEI 2 min 1 x 630 1 x 845
• OEI MCP 1 x 442 1 x 592

2.4 Fuel Capacities

Standard fuel tank configuration Usable fuel


liters US gal kg lb
• Standard fuel tanks 903.8 238.8 723.0 1,593.9
• Internal long range fuel tank (option) 219.0 57.9 175.0 385.8

Note: Tolerance of fuel figures: ± 2% Fuel density used is 0.8 kg / liter

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2.5 External Dimensions

Figure 2.1: External dimensions

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2.6 Internal Dimensions

Figure 2.2: Internal dimensions

Floor area Volume


Cabin & cargo compartment 4.72 m² 50.77 ft² 6.03 m³ 212.83 ft³
(Cargo compartment with 8 seats installed) 0.84 m² 9.07 ft² 1.31 m³ 46.40 ft³
Copilot 0.72 m² 7.73 ft² 0.80 m³ 28.25 ft³
Pilot (not shaded) 1.09 m² 11.80 ft² 1.24 m³ 43.76 ft³
Total (undivided) 5.43 m² 58.50 ft² 6.83 m³ 241.08 ft³
Total (incl. pilot station) 6.52 m² 70.30 ft² 8.07 m³ 284.84 ft³

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2.7 External Sound Levels

Flight Phase Measurements ICAO limits at Measurements FAR 36 limits at


according ICAO 3,700 kg according FAR 3,700 kg
Annex 16 [EPNdB] Part 36 [EPNdB]
[EPNdB] [EPNdB]
Takeoff 86.5 95.7 86.5 95.7
Overflight 84.7 94.7 84.7 94.7
Approach 90.3 96.7 90.3 96.7

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3 Baseline Aircraft Definition

GENERAL
• Energy absorbing fuselage • Skid-type landing gear with skid protectors, capable of
• Tail boom with fixed horizontal stabilizer and vertical fin taking ground-handling wheels
with faired-in Fenestron® • Long boarding steps, LH and RH
• Upper deck with fittings for main gearbox, engines, • Cold weather kit
hydraulic and cooling system • Built-in maintenance steps and grips
• Cowlings for main transmission and engines • Exterior painting (single color)

COCKPIT, CABIN AND CARGO COMPARTMENT


• One-level cabin and cargo compartment floor with • Interior paneling
integrated rails • Ram-air and electrical ventilating system for cockpit and
• Glazed canopy cabin
• Two hinged cockpit doors with sliding window • Bleed air heating system
• Map case in pilot´s door • Ventilation for avionics decka
• Two wide passenger sliding doors with window of push- • Helmet holder in the cockpit, rotatable
out type • Portable fire extinguisher
• Two rear hinged clam-shell doors • Stowage net for first aid kit at the LH rear clam-shell door
• Longitudinally adjustable energy absorbing pilot and • 2 flashlights (torches)
copilot seats with head rest and 4-point safety belts with
automatic locking system; seat color grey or blue • Slant console
• Cabin & cockpit boarding grips (LH and RH) • Center console
• Flight controls (pilot side) • Windscreen wiper for pilot and copilot
• Single pilot instrument panel with glare shield • Door open warning

a. If required by final configuration

INSTRUMENTS
• Flight Display Subsystem (FDS) composed of 2 smart • Usage Monitoring System (UMS)
multifunction displays (6 x 8 inch) providing the following • „One hundred feet“ alert
functions:
• Flight Navigation Display (FND) format • Directional Gyro Free Steering Mode
(incl. PFD, FLI, Master list, NAV, RPM, mast moment & • Warning unit:
fuel indication) • Engine fire warning with fuel emergency shut-off
• Vehicle Monitoring System (VMS) format (incl. engine, • Warning lights
gearbox, hydraulic, fuel, electrical system, RPM and • Fire extinguishing system warning
clock indication)
• Cockpit Control Panel (CCP) for FDS
• Vehicle Management System (VMS) including:
• Data Transfer Device (DTD)
• 2 duplex Aircraft Management Computer (AMC)
• Engine switch panel:
• Reference sensors:
• Digital engine control (FADEC)
• 3 Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS)
• 2 Air Data sensors (electrically heated pitot tube and • Radar altimeter
static port)
• 2 Three Axis Magnetometers (TAM)
• Stand-by instruments:
• Integrated Electronic Standby Instrument (IESI)
• Stand-by compass

POWER PLANT
• Two Safran Helicopter Engines ARRIEL 2E turbine • Chip detectors with quick-disconnect plugs
engines with electronic engine control (double channel • Twin-engine OEI-training mode
FADEC)
• Automatically controlled variable rotor speed system
• Crash resistant fuel system with a flexible bladder-type
fuel main tank and supply tank (split into two sections) • Cycle counter
• Two independent oil cooling and lubrication systems of • Drain system
the engines • Fire walls
• Fire detection and extinguishing system

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TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
• Main transmission including an independent redundant • Rotor brake system
lubrication system and monitoring sensors • Tail rotor transmission system with splash lubrication and
• Chip detector system with quick-disconnect plug (main oil level sight gauge
transmission) • Chip detector system with quick-disconnect plug (tail rotor
• Free wheel assemblies in the engine input drives gearbox)

ROTOR AND FLIGHT CONTROLS


• Hingeless main rotor (System Bölkow) with 4 glass and • Tail rotor control system with flexball cable and dual
carbon fiber reinforced blades with erosion protection strip hydraulic booster
• Fenestron®-type tail rotor with ten composite blades • Main rotor blade tip painting (yellow)
(asymmetric blade spacing) and stator • Vector Mast Moment System (VMMS)
• Tail rotor gearbox cover • Dual Duplex 4-axis Digital Automatic Flight Control
• Basic provisions for an easy integration of a balancing System including upper modes
system
• Dual hydraulic boost system for cyclic and collective blade
control of the main rotor

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
• Power generation system: • DC power control
• Two starter/generators (2 x 200 A, 28 VDC) • Lighting:
• Nickel-Cadmium battery, (24 VDC, 40 Ah) • Anti-collision warning light (red flashing), LED
• External power connector (STANAG 3302) • Fixed landing light, LED
• Power distribution system: • Three position lights (red, green, white), LED
• Two main busbars • Adjustable instrument lighting
• Two essential busbars • One utility light in the cockpit, LED
• Two shedding busbars • Lights in the cabin and cargo compartment
• Two non-essential busbars (80 A) for optional • Boarding illumination
equipment only • Emergency lights
• Battery bus • Radio:
• One utility receptacle in cargo compartment (28 VDC, • Two radio master switches
20 A)

GROUND HANDLING KITa


• Two ground-handling wheels • Compass compensation key
• Basic aircraft covers (short term incl. Main Rotor Blade tie • Fuel drain device
down) • Maintenance Ground Station (MGS) software
• Oil drain hoses • Airbus Helicopters Data Loader (AHDL)
• Keys for cockpit, cabin, clam-shell doors and tank flap • Flight Data Continuous Recorder (FDCR) converter
(one-key system)
• Fleet keeper® applicationb
• Battery key
• Flight planner applicationc
• Lifting points
a. Weight not included in the standard helicopter empty weight.
b. License for one year and one helicopter included.
c. Two licenses for one year and one helicopter included.

DOCUMENTATION (in English)


• One Flight Manuala b (on paper) • One List of Applicable Publications (LOAP)a online via
• One Pilots Checklistc (on paper) Keycopter portal
• One Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL)a online • One Avionics Manuale (for avionics installed by Airbus)
via T.I.P.I. (on CD-ROM)
• One Logbook (on paper, CD-ROM on demand) • One ECMMc (Electronic Component Maintenance
Manuals) for vendor manuals
• One Historical Record (on paper, CD-ROM on demand)
• One Engine Documentationc (USB stick, paper on
• Technical Documentationad incl. AMM, SDS, WDM, IPC, demand), furnished by supplier, including:
MSM, CECG, SRM online via Keycopter® portal • Maintenance Manual
• Service Bulletin Catalogue (SB) online via T.I.P.I. • Illustrated Parts Catalogue (IPC)
a. Revision service included as long as the aircraft is operational
b. One Flight Manual included in the standard helicopter empty weight
c. Revision service for 3 years
d. Customized AMM, SDS, WDM and IPC versions available on request
e. Customized documentation

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4 Mission Configurations

Airbus offers the following configurations for specific H145 missions. The created mission
configurations should be regarded as a first proposal for customers to evaluate the suitability of the
H145 for their operational fields. The shown mission configurations comprise the Baseline Aircraft and
a list of Mission Equipment which can be complemented by additional equipment from their Further
Available Equipment list.
The following mission configurations are available:
• Emergency Medical Services - EMS
• Offshore Transportation
• Law Enforcement
• Aerial Work
Please note that the EMS Mission configuration includes equipment requested by EASA OPS. They
do not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for extended over water operation. As the
national operating rules may differ from EASA OPS, the operator has to contact his national authority
to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

General rules for adding options to the mission configuration


Some simple rules have to be considered when adding options from the Further Available Equipment
list to the mission configuration:
• Only options from the respective Further Available Equipment list may be added to the mission
configuration.
• Mixing options of different Further Available Equipment lists could lead to product incompatibilities.
• Detachable parts always require the relevant fixed provisions.
Modified configuration to be confirmed by Airbus helicopter sales representative.

Performance calculation
All data used for mission performance calculations in this document are for information purpose only
and Airbus takes no responsibility for the correctness of this information as far as the applicability to
the receiving party’s individual case is concerned. The present use of the named data shall not be
construed as expressly or impliedly granting the receiving party any rights nor be deemed to constitute
any kind of obligation or commitment of Airbus.

Further individual configurations


In chapter 5 the reader will find a General Available Equipment list including additional available
equipments suitable for the H145. She / he may choose further items and add them to the mission
configuration. Please note that there are various items, which may be ordered for one helicopter, but
their installation at the same time would not be possible completely or only partly. A detailed discussion
is highly recommended in order to adapt the H145 to the customer's wishes and needs and to avoid
misunderstandings which could lead to unsatisfactory configurations. Any modification and/or
complement of the proposed mission configuration must be done with the assistance of an Airbus
helicopter sales representative.

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4.1 Emergency Medical Services - EMS Mission

Figure 4.1: Emergency Medical Services - EMS configuration - external view (example)

The H145 is particularly adapted to primary and secondary EMS missions. Due to its extremely low
sound level, operation over cities and landing in the hospital area is supported. With its high set main
rotor and Fenestron anti-torque-device easy loading and unloading of patients is provided even with
rotors turning. The two large rear clam-shell doors enable quick, easy and safe patient loading. The
spacious and unobstructed cabin allows all the necessary medical life-saving treatment to patients
during flight.

In this chapter you will find the basic configuration possibilities for the EMS helicopter and some interior
layout examples of possible EMS configurations. A fixed provisions package has been created for the
H145 to prepare the helicopter for the installation of various EMS packages. As the EMS interior itself
is a complex part of the configuration a detailed EMS equipment catalogue has been established to
show different variants of interior for different EMS missions from different suppliers. The customer
shall discuss his needs with the Airbus helicopter sales representative so that the customer individual
configuration can be prepared.
In general the H145 is appropriate for following missions:
• Helicopter Light Emergency Medical Service for rapid transport of the patient to the hospital.
• Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) for rapid transport of medical personnel and
equipment to the scene and rapid transport of the patient to the hospital.
• Helicopter Intensive Care Medical Service (HICAMS) for air ambulance transport of patients, medics
as well as organs from a hospital or a prepared site to a hospital.

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4.1.1 Mission Parameter

• Flight Rules Single / Dual Pilot IFR Night


• Cat. A Yes
• Instrumentation Glass Cockpit
• NVG friendly Yes
• EASA OPS Yesa
a. Please refer to chapter 5.5

Figure 4.2: EMS configuration - cabin layout

4.1.2 EMS Configuration

Baseline Aircraft

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Reference Reference
Baseline Aircraft
1 00-10042-A D0000-002-00 H145 Baseline Aircraft 145 D-2 18.100.01 E 1,919.0 4,231.4
Subtotal Weight: 1,919.0 4,231.4
1.5 % Weight margin: 28.8 63.5
Subtotal Weight (incl. margin): 1,947.8 4,294.9

Mission Equipment

Qty Document Commercial Product Title kg lb


Reference Reference
Mandatory Equipment
General Equipment
1 05-03015-B D2562-000-00 First aid kita 1.2 2.6
1 05-22028-B D7935-000-00 Fuzz burner for engines, main transmission and Fenestron®
gearbox 1.2 2.6
1 05-22029-A D7114-001-00 Improved engine cowling heat protection, LH 0.4 0.9
1 05-22029-A D7114-002-00 Improved engine cowling heat protection, RH 0.4 0.9
1 05-23008-B D7165-000-00 Engine compressor wash kit 1.0 2.2
1 05-31121-A D2514-200-00 Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section 2.1 4.6
1 05-37027-A D6701-001-00 Copilot flight controls 5.6 12.3
1 05-38024-C D3111-101-00 Instrument panel extension on copilot side 1.0 2.2
1 05-39017-A D2513-001-00 Map case in copilot door 0.5 1.1
1 05-41012-A D2143-000-00 Electrical Heating System 4.2 9.3

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Reference Reference
1 05-68012-A D3343-000-00 Additional electrical unit 0.9 2.0
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-45068-A D3343-600-00 Search & landing light 6.5 14.3
1 06-45086-A D3343-800-00 Search & landing light, IR mode 0.0 0.0
1 06-65013-A D2625-200-00 2nd portable fire extinguisherb 2.6 5.7
c
1 06-67064-A D2563-100-00 Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) 1.6 3.5
1 06-71001-B D2517-000-10 Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin, fixed provisions 0.3 0.7
1 06-71001-B D2517-100-20 Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin, washable, detachable parts 0.3 0.7
1 06-74029-B D3312-020-00 Standard cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment - NVG 0.5 1.1
Interior Layout
1 07-00029-A D1830-000-00 Active vibration control system 26.5 58.4
Avionics
1 08-00449-A D2300-000-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN 750 / GTX 335R
1 08-16116-B D2352-000-00 Digital Voice Control System (DVCS 6100), incl. ACU 6100
(Becker), pilot + copilot 7.2 15.9
1 08-22077-A D2325-700-00 Transponder GTX 335R (Garmin)d 2.9 6.4
1 08-25035-A D3455-000-00 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) DME-4000
(Rockwell Collins) 2.9 6.4
1 08-26058-A D3431-000-00 Marker beacon receiver MKR3300-1 (Becker) 1.1 2.4
1 08-43063-C D3463-311-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), copilot 5.8 12.8
1 08-43063-C D3463-312-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), pilot 7.9 17.4
1 08-43079-A D3464-000-00 Wireless connectivity Connext (Garmin) 0.1 0.2
1 08-65048-B D3161-000-00 Flight Display Subsystem (FDS), copilot 5.1 11.2
1 08-99003-B D0000-151-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN Series interconnection / wiring 23.9 52.7
1 08-35055-C D3446-000-00 Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System (H-TAWS) -
Helionixe 0.1 0.2
1 08-35057-C D3446-100-00 Synthetic Vision System (SVS) - Helionixe 0.0 0.0
f
1 08-41031-A D3160-000-00 SBAS RNP approach capability 0.0 0.0
1 08-65056-C D3113-102-00 iPad Air holder, pilot 0.7 1.5
1 08-65056-C D2491-002-00 Electrical fixed provisions, 5 VDC, pilot 0.7 1.5
1 08-81036-C D3132-000-00 Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR)g 8.0 17.6
1 08-82000-B D3139-000-00 Lightweight Aircraft Recording System (LARS) Alerts Vision 1000
(Appareo) 0.6 1.3
Reference Equipment
General Equipment
1 05-02063-B D1113-200-00 Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting 2.2 4.9
1 05-02065-B D6214-000-00 High visibility paint for main rotor blades 0.0 0.0
1 05-21021-A D8541-000-10 Cable cutter system, fixed provisions 2.9 6.4
1 05-21021-A D8541-000-20 Cable cutter system, detachable parts 7.7 17.0
1 05-31123-A D5633-001-00 Window in clam-shell door, LH 0.3 0.7
1 05-31123-A D5633-002-00 Window in clam-shell door, RH 0.3 0.7
1 05-85017-B D2841-000-00 Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) 0.2 0.4
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-40002-A D3347-100-00 Tail flood light for clam-shell doors 0.5 1.1
1 06-46010-B D3347-000-00 White strobe lights 1.4 3.1

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Reference Reference
Interior Layout
1 07-15028-B D2512-101-00 Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat 1.8 4.0
1 07-15028-B D2512-102-00 Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat 1.8 4.0
1 07-40033-A D2525-000-00 Sealed cabin floor 0.4 0.9
1 07-70070-A D8521-000-00 EMS Fixed Provisions Packageh
1 07-73077-A D2512-201-10 Lengthened seat rails for copilot seat, fixed provisions 0.1 0.2
1 07-90030-B D2508-401-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, LH 3.1 6.8
1 07-90030-B D2508-402-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, RH 3.1 6.8
1 07-75110-B D2524-400-00 Attachment rails in cabin ceiling, reinforced 4.7 10.4
1 07-50079-A D5231-100-00 Clam-shell doors hinges, reinforced 0.1 0.2
1 05-34009-A D2162-200-10 Ventilation of aft avionic bay, fixed provisions 0.5 1.1
1 05-34010-A D5337-000-00 Multi-purpose attachment points at aft avionic bay 0.1 0.2
1 05-67033-A D2465-300-00 Two power sockets (28 VDC, 40 A) at aft avionic bay 3.2 7.1
1 07-78010-A D3314-000-00 Discrete signal interface for EMS illumination 0.3 0.7
Avionics
1 08-12090-A D4321-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, power supply (28 VDC) & intercom
interfacei 0.5 1.1
1 08-12090-A D4322-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, antenna for frequency band tbci 0.8 1.8
1 08-16116-B D2343-400-00 Digital Voice Control System (DVCS 6100), ACU 6101 (Becker),
paxj 1.1 2.4
1 08-16161-B D2343-000-00 Cabin panel, center 0.4 0.9
1 08-16161-B D2343-100-00 Cabin panel, center, cutout, FWDk 0.1 0.2
2 08-18064-D D2333-000-02 Headset adapter cable crew GLENAIR / U92 0.2 0.4
3 08-18064-D D2333-100-02 Headset adapter cable pax GLENAIR / U92 0.6 1.3
1 08-80009-A D3132-400-00 Professional Ground Station (PGS) Vision Systeml GSE GSE
Subtotal Weight: 162.2 357.7
3.0 % Weight margin: 4.9 10.7
Subtotal Weight (incl. margin): 167.1 368.4
Total Weight: 2,114.9 4,663.2
a. Customization of first aid kit content necessary to comply with EASA OPS requirements. Medications may have to be
removed for export.
b. Required for seating configuration with 7 passengers or more.
c. ELT code to be provided by the customer latest 4 months prior to helicopter delivery.
d. Incl. ADS-B out
e. The database update service is provided under a dedicated service contract. Please contact your Airbus helicopter sales
representative for further information.
f. SBAS RNP approach local service availability verification through your Airbus helicopter sales representative on request.
g. Ground station not included.
h. Required for any EMS solution.
i. Onboard HF/tactical radio transmission can influence radio navigation systems (MKR, VOR, ILS, ADF) and communication
systems (VHF radio, other tactical radio). Depending on National Aviation Authorities certification requirements, tactical radio
systems must either be turned off during IFR approaches/departures or deactivated.
j. Requires cabin panel and cabin panel cutout.
k. Requires cabin panel, center.
l. Recommended 1 per customer base if CVFDR is selected

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4.1.3 Further Available Equipment

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Reference Reference
General Equipment
1 05-21034-A D7162-000-00 Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) system 23.9 52.7
1 05-31120-B D5204-301-00 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH 0.2 0.4
1 05-37028-A D6721-001-00 Pedal cover for copilot flight controlsa -3.5 -7.7
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-21037-B D8512-001-10 External hoist, LH, fixed provisionsb c 8.7 19.2
1 06-21037-B D8512-000-20 External hoist (without hook), detachable partsd 63.0 138.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-100-00 External hoist hook and standard damper 3.6 7.9
1 06-26025-C D3181-000-00 External multi-purpose camera on tail boom 1.4 3.1
1 06-26025-C D3181-100-00 External rear-view camera 1.6 3.5
1 06-27044-C D8511-400-10 Dual cargo hook system, fixed provisions 5.9 13.0
1 06-27044-C D8511-400-20 Dual cargo hook system, detachable parts 29.6 65.3
1 06-31025-C D8531-000-00 External loudspeaker system with siren 10.9 24.0
Interior Layout
1 07-40031-A D2515-000-00 Washable floor covering for cockpit, cabin & cargo compartment 15.2 33.5
1 07-50074-A D8512-401-00 External protection for cabin frame, LH 0.2 0.4
1 07-50074-A D8512-402-00 External protection for cabin frame, RH 0.2 0.4
1 07-50081-A D5231-200-00 One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors (ADAC - STC)e 2.2 4.9
1 07-75128-B D8512-800-00 Attachment ring in cabin ceiling LH 0.4 0.9
1 07-90030-B D2508-101-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, FWD LHf 1.0 2.2
Avionics
1 08-16172-B D4361-950-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), basic systemg 2.2 4.9
1 08-16172-B D4361-960-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), cockpit control panel
CP50 0.6 1.3
h
1 08-16172-B D4361-970-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), mobile transceiver MP50 0.4 0.9
1 08-18064-D D2333-100-02 Headset adapter cable pax GLENAIR / U92 0.2 0.4
1 08-46063-D D3168-400-00 Moving map EuroNav 7 – RN7 (EuroAvionics), basic versioni 7.2 15.9
1 08-46063-D D3168-500-00 Moving map EuroNav 7 – RN7 (EuroAvionics), Iridium satcom
modulej 0.7 1.5
1 08-46063-D D3168-600-00 Moving map EuroNav 7 – RN7 (EuroAvionics), GSM / UMTS
modulej 0.5 1.1
1 08-83042-B D3171-200-10 Health Monitoring System (HMS), fixed provisions 4.0 8.8
1 08-83042-B D3171-200-20 Health Monitoring System (HMS), detachable parts 3.6 7.9
a. Requires copilot flight controls.
b. Requires sliding door fastener.
c. Weight, in combination with Emergency floats, detachable parts: 11.5 kg.
d. Requires external hoist damper & hook. Hoist operation and maintenance training included.
e. This STC is EASA certified. Prices and lead times for national certifications are available on request.
f. Required for external hoist installation if multi-purpose fittings LH are not installed.
g. Requires wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), cockpit control panel. Mobile transceiver not included.
h. Mobile transceiver with defined frequency range between 440 – 450 MHz in yellow color.
i. Incl. 512 GB flashdisk and Global Map Package.
j. Requires EuroNav 7 - RN7 (EuroAvionics) basic version.

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4.1.4 EMS Mission Performance


Weight breakdown (with payload and fuel)
kg lb
Weight basis for Equipped empty weight EMS configuration
Payload range (incl. engine oil, unusable fuel and weight margin) 2,114 4,663
diagram 2 Pilots (2 x 85 kg) 170 375
Medical Equipment (incl. stretcher; cabinet; 2 seats;
oxygen; medical devices) 180 397
Payload 2 Medical crew (2 x 85 kg) 170 375
1 Stretcher patient (1 x 85 kg) 85 187
Reserve fuel: 30 min in 1,500 ft with VBR, mean 131
Fuel KTAS 123 271
Trip fuel 600 1,323
Mission Takeoff weight 3,442 7,590

Mission profile
• Takeoff Cat. A VTOL at SL (maximum 3,700 kg)
• Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 5,000 ft with VY, mean 70 KIAS
• Level flight in 5,000 ft with VBR, mean 134 KTAS
• Descent from 5,000 ft to SL with R/D of 1,000 fpm, mean 80 KIAS
• Landing Cat. A VTOL at SL

Payload range diagram

Figure 4.3: EMS configuration - Payload range diagram

Relevant flight data

Arriel 2E
• Calculated max. range (without payload, with trip fuel): 340 NM (629 km)
• Corresponding flight time (incl. climb / descent phases): 2 h 35 min
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4.1.5 Typical Cabin Layouts (for more details see EMS Equipment Catalogue)

Figure 4.4: Helicopter Light Emergency Medical Services (Light EMS) - cabin layout

Figure 4.5: Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) - cabin layout

Figure 4.6: Helicopter Intensive Care Medical Services (HICAMS) - cabin layout

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4.2 Offshore Transportation Mission

Figure 4.7: Offshore Transportation configuration (with external hoist selected) - external view (example)

The H145 offers exceptional reliability and performance parameters in extreme weather conditions.
An optimal level of safety in One Engine Inoperative (OEI) scenarios is provided by the powerful Safran
Helicopter Engines Arriel 2E engines. Furthermore the high-set main rotor and the Fenestron improve
safety for the personnel on the platform. The compact size allows to land on very small platforms, while
still carrying a large number of passengers. The fixed landing gear facilitates landings on unprepared
terrain.
The presented Offshore Transportation configuration features a seating layout for eight passengers.
To enhance the safety for over water flights a color weather radar, an emergency floatation system, an
helicopter emergency egress lighting system as well as an automatic deployable ELT is proposed.
Additionally an emergency floats system with integrated life rafts (DART - STC) can be proposed on
request.
Alternative seating arrangements can be selected for up to 10 passengers in the cabin.

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4.2.1 Mission Parameter

• Flight Rules Single / Dual Pilot IFR Night


• Cat. A Yes
• Instrumentation Glass Cockpit
• NVG friendly No
• EASA OPS No

Figure 4.8: Offshore Transportation configuration - cabin layout

4.2.2 Mission Configuration

Baseline Aircraft

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Reference Reference
Baseline Aircraft
1 00-10042-A D0000-002-00 H145 Baseline Aircraft 145 D-2 18.100.01 E 1,919.0 4,231.4
Subtotal Weight: 1,919.0 4,231.4
1.5 % Weight margin: 28.8 63.5
Subtotal Weight (incl. margin): 1,947.8 4,294.9

Mission Equipment

Qty Document Commercial Product Title kg lb


Reference Reference
Mandatory Equipment
General Equipment
1 05-03015-B D2562-000-00 First aid kita 1.2 2.6
1 05-22028-B D7935-000-00 Fuzz burner for engines, main transmission and
Fenestron® gearbox 1.2 2.6
1 05-22029-A D7114-001-00 Improved engine cowling heat protection, LH 0.4 0.9
1 05-22029-A D7114-002-00 Improved engine cowling heat protection, RH 0.4 0.9
1 05-23008-B D7165-000-00 Engine compressor wash kit 1.0 2.2
1 05-31121-A D2514-200-00 Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section 2.1 4.6
1 05-37027-A D6701-001-00 Copilot flight controls 5.6 12.3
1 05-38024-C D3111-101-00 Instrument panel extension on copilot side 1.0 2.2
1 05-39017-A D2513-001-00 Map case in copilot door 0.5 1.1
1 05-41012-A D2143-000-00 Electrical heating system 4.2 9.3
1 05-68012-A D3343-000-00 Additional electrical unit 0.9 2.0

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Reference Reference
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-45086-A D3343-600-00 Search & landing light 6.5 14.3
1 06-67065-A D2563-200-00 Automatic Deployable Emergency Locator Transmitter (ADELT)b 8.0 17.6
Interior Layout
1 07-00029-A D1830-000-00 Active vibration control system 26.5 58.4
Avionics
1 08-00449-A D2300-000-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN 750 / GTX 335R
1 08-16116-B D2352-000-00 Digital Voice Control System (DVCS 6100), incl. ACU 6100
(Becker), pilot + copilot 7.2 15.9
1 08-22077-A D2325-700-00 Transponder GTX 335R (Garmin)c 2.9 6.4
1 08-25035-A D3455-000-00 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) DME-4000
(Rockwell Collins) 2.9 6.4
1 08-26058-A D3431-000-00 Marker beacon receiver MKR3300-1 (Becker) 1.1 2.4
1 08-43063-C D3463-311-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), copilot 5.8 12.8
1 08-43063-B D3463-312-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), pilot 7.9 17.4
1 08-43079-A D3464-000-00 Wireless connectivity Connext (Garmin) 0.1 0.2
1 08-65048-B D3161-000-00 Flight Display Subsystem (FDS), copilot 5.1 11.2
1 08-99003-B D0000-151-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN Series interconnection / wiring 23.9 52.7
1 08-35055-C D3446-000-00 Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System (H-TAWS) -
Helionixd 0.1 0.2
d
1 08-35057-B D3446-100-00 Synthetic Vision System (SVS) - Helionix 0.0 0.0
1 08-41031-A D3160-000-00 SBAS RNP approach capabilitye 0.0 0.0
1 08-65056-C D3113-102-00 iPad Air holder, pilot 0.7 1.5
1 08-65056-C D2491-002-00 Electrical fixed provisions, 5 VDC, pilot 0.7 1.5
1 08-82000-B D3139-000-00 Lightweight Aircraft Recording System (LARS) Alerts Vision 1000
(Appareo) 0.6 1.3
Reference Equipment
General Equipment
1 05-02063-B D1113-200-00 Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting 2.2 4.9
1 05-02065-B D6214-000-00 High visibility paint for main rotor blades 0.0 0.0
1 05-31124-A D5621-000-00 Push-out cabin windows 3.3 7.3
f
1 05-62026-A D2420-000-00 Alternating Current (AC) system 1.6 3.5
1 05-85017-B D2841-000-00 Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) 0.2 0.4
1 05-93014-C D1021-100-00 Lashing points 1.1 2.4
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-61032-B D3214-000-10 Emergency floats, fixed provisions 2.3 5.1
1 06-61032-B D3214-000-20 Emergency floats, detachable parts 67.3 148.4
1 06-65013-A D2625-300-00 2nd portable fire extinguisher, high-density seating, 10 seats BAE 2.9 6.4
1 06-66022-A D3353-000-00 Helicopter Emergency Egress Lighting System (HEELS)g 6.3 13.9
Interior Layout
1 07-15028-B D2512-101-00 Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat 1.8 4.0
1 07-15028-B D2512-102-00 Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat 1.8 4.0
1 07-27021-C D2522-000-00 Passenger seating, 8 club seats (standard arrangement) 94.7 208.8
1 07-27039-A D2521-100-00 Offshore Seating Arrangement, basic kit 2.3 5.1
1 07-50071-A D5221-000-00 Jettisonable cockpit doors 0.6 1.3
1 07-50074-A D8512-401-00 External protection for cabin frame, LH 0.2 0.4

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Technical Data

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Reference Reference
1 07-50074-A D8512-402-00 External protection for cabin frame, RH 0.2 0.4
Avionics
1 08-12093-C D4321-320-00 Tactical radio VHF-FM NPX138N - NVG (Cobham)h 2.6 5.7
1 08-17091-A D2334-000-00 Passenger address interfacei 0.9 2.0
2 08-18064-D D2333-000-02 Headset adapter cable crew GLENAIR / U92 0.2 0.4
8 08-18064-D D2333-100-02 Headset adapter cable pax GLENAIR / U92 1.6 3.5
8 08-18065-B D2315-300-00 Headset H10-76 (David Clark), low impedance 4.8 10.6
1 08-31065-A D3443-200-00 Search and rescue weather radar RDR-1600 (Telephonics) 16.0 35.3
1 08-31065-A D3443-300-00 Search and rescue weather radar RDR-1600 (Telephonics),
radar radome 6.3 13.9
1 08-46058-B D3168-100-00 Moving map - Helionixd 0.0 0.0
j
1 08-65056-C D2491-100-00 Electrical fixed provisions, 5 VDC, center console 0.7 1.5
1 08-81036-C D3132-000-00 Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR)k 8.0 17.6
1 08-83042-B D3171-200-10 Health Monitoring System (HMS), fixed provisions 4.0 8.8
1 08-83042-B D3171-200-20 Health Monitoring System (HMS), detachable parts 3.6 7.9
1 08-83046-A D3171-100-00 Helicopter Flight Data Monitoring (HFDM)l GSE GSE
Subtotal Weight: 356.0 785.0
3.0 % Weight margin: 10.7 23.5
Subtotal Weight (incl. margin): 366.7 808.5
Total Weight: 2,314.5 5,103.4
a. Customization of first aid kit content necessary to comply with EASA OPS requirements. Medications may have to be
removed for export.
b. ELT code to be provided by the customer latest 4 months prior to helicopter delivery.
c. Incl. ADS-B out.
d. The database update service is provided under a dedicated service contract. Please contact your Airbus helicopter sales
representative for further information.
e. SBAS RNP approach local service availability verification through your Airbus helicopter sales representative on request.
f. Required for RDR-1600 installation.
g. Weight, in combination without push-out cabin windows: 5.7 kg.
h. Onboard HF/tactical radio transmission can influence radio navigation systems (MKR, VOR, ILS, ADF) and communication
systems (VHF radio, other tactical radio). Depending on National Aviation Authorities certification requirements, tactical radio
systems must either be turned off during IFR approaches/departures or deactivated.
i. Requires electrical fixed provisions 5 VDC at center console.
j. Required for passenger address interface.
k. Ground station not included.
l. Instead of PGS Vision System.

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4.2.3 Further Available Equipment

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General Equipment
1 05-31120-B D5204-301-00 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH 0.2 0.4
1 05-31120-B D5204-302-00 Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH 0.2 0.4
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-21037-B D8512-002-10 External hoist, RH, fixed provisionsa b 9.8 21.6
c
1 06-21037-B D8512-000-20 External hoist (without hook), detachable parts 63.0 138.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-100-00 External hoist hook and standard damper 3.6 7.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-200-00 External hoist hook damper floating device 0.4 0.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-900-00 External hoist hook damper weight kitd 3.0 6.6
1 06-21038-A D8512-302-10 External hoist observation light, RH, fixed provisions 0.7 1.5
1 06-21038-A D8512-300-20 External hoist observation light, detachable partse 0.8 1.8
1 06-21039-A D8510-020-00 Teflon coating for cable deflector on floats landing gear, RHf 0.5 1.1
1 06-26025-C D3181-000-00 External multi-purpose camera on tail boom 1.4 3.1
1 06-27042-D D8511-200-10 Single cargo hook system (Onboard), fixed provisions 8.9 19.6
1 06-27042-D D8511-200-20 Single cargo hook system (Onboard), detachable parts 7.7 17.0
nd g
1 06-65013-A D2625-200-00 2 portable fire extinguisher 2.6 5.7
Interior Layout
1 07-27022-B D2520-000-01 High-density seating, 10 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 FWD / 2 LH
/ 2 RH / 3 AFThi 123.5 272.3
1 07-27022-B D2520-600-04 High-density seating, 6 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 FWD /
3 AFTh 67.5 148.8
hi
1 07-27022-B D2520-600-05 High-density seating, 6 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 LH / 3 RH 75.4 166.3
1 07-27022-B D2520-800-03 High-density seating, 8 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 FWD / 3 LH
/ 2 RHhi 99.3 219.0
1 07-27022-B D2520-900-01 High-density seating, 9 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 FWD / 3 LH
/ 3 RHhi 109.0 240.3
1 07-30067-B D2581-000-00 Sound proofing kit 5.9 13.0
j
1 07-50081-A D5231-200-00 One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors (ADAC - STC) 2.2 4.9
1 07-90030-B D2508-102-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, FWD RHk 1.0 2.2
1 07-90030-B D2508-401-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, LH 3.1 6.8
1 07-90030-B D2508-402-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, RH 3.1 6.8
08 Avionics
1 08-12090-A D4321-000-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, power supply (12 VDC) & intercom
interfacel 1.4 3.1
1 08-12090-A D4321-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, power supply (28 VDC) & intercom
interfacel 0.5 1.1
l
1 08-12090-A D4322-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, antenna for frequency band tbc 0.8 1.8
1 08-16172-B D4361-950-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), basic systemm 2.2 4.9
1 08-16172-B D4361-960-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), cockpit control panel
CP50 0.6 1.3
1 08-16172-B D4361-970-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), mobile transceiver MP50n 0.4 0.9
1 08-15564-A D2316-000-00 Iridium satellite transceiver GSR 56 (Garmin) 3.0 6.6
1 08-17090-B D2331-010-00 Cabin loudspeakero 2.1 4.6
1 08-18064-D D2333-100-02 Headset adapter cable pax GLENAIR / U92 0.2 0.4
1 08-65056-C D2491-001-00 Electrical fixed provisions, 5 VDC, copilot 0.7 1.5

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1 08-65056-C D3113-101-00 iPad Air holder, copilot 0.7 1.5
a. Requires sliding door fastener.
b. Weight, in combination with Emergency floats, detachable parts: 12.6 kg.
c. Requires external hoist damper & hook. Hoist operation and maintenance training included.
d. The hoist hook damper can be equipped with 1, 2 or 3 kg additional weight.
e. Requires external hoist, detachable parts.
f. Required if external hoist and emergency floats are selected.
g. Required for seating configuration with 7 passengers or more.
h. This STC is EASA and FAA certified. Prices and lead times for national certifications are available on request.
i. Installation requires multi-purpose fittings in cabin LH and RH.
j. This STC is EASA certified. Prices and lead times for national certifications are available on request.
k. Required for RH hoist installation if multi-purpose fittings RH are not installed.
l. Onboard HF/tactical radio transmission can influence radio navigation systems (MKR, VOR, ILS, ADF) and communication
systems (VHF radio, other tactical radio). Depending on National Aviation Authorities certification requirements, tactical radio
systems must either be turned off during IFR approaches/departures or deactivated.
m. Requires wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), cockpit control panel. Mobile transceiver not included.
n. Mobile transceiver with defined frequency range between 440 – 450 MHz and in yellow color.
o. Requires sound proofing kit.

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Technical Data

4.2.4 Offshore Mission Performance


Weight breakdown (with payload and fuel)
kg lb
Weight basis for Equipped empty weight
Radius of action Offshore Transportation configuration 2,314 5,103
diagram (incl. engine oil, unusable fuel and weight margin)
2 Pilots (2 x 85 kg) 170 375
Payload 8 Passengers (8 x 95 kg) 760 1,676
Reserve fuel: 30 min in 1,500 ft with VY, mean 72 KIAS 98 216
Fuel Contingency fuel: 10 % 33 72
Trip fuel 325 716
Mission Takeoff weight 3,700 8,157

Mission profile
• Takeoff Cat. A VTOL at SL (maximum 3,700 kg (2x))
• Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 5,000 ft with VY, mean 70 KIAS
• Level flight in 5,000 ft with VBR, mean 131 KTAS
• Descent from 5,000 ft to SL with R/D of 1,000 fpm, mean 80 KIAS
• Landing Cat. A VTOL at SL (2x)

Radius of action diagram

Figure 4.9: Offshore Transportation configuration - Radius of action diagram

Relevant flight data

Arriel 2E
• Calculated max. radius of action (without payload,
with trip fuel): 153 NM (283 km)
• Corresponding flight time (incl. 2x climb / descent phases): 2 h 29 min

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4.2.5 Typical Cabin Layouts

Figure 4.10: Offshore seating configuration - 8 Passengers transportation - cabin layout

Figure 4.11: Offshore seating configuration - 6 Passengers transportation - cabin layout

Figure 4.12: Offshore seating configuration - 4 Passengers hoisting - cabin layout

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4.3 Law Enforcement Mission

Figure 4.13: Law Enforcement configuration (with EOS Star Safire 380HDc package selected) -
external view (example)

Due to its multi-mission flexibility the H145 can be configured to cover the wide range of law
enforcement missions ranging from observation and airborne surveillance, Search and Rescue (SAR)
to passenger transport and deployment of specialized personnel to inaccessible places.
The Law Enforcement configuration in NVG layout is equipped with a powerful Trakka A800
searchlight, an external loudspeaker as well as a moving map system. The provisions for cargo hook,
external hoist, external rope down operations and tactical radio are provided.
Depending on the required mission, additional mission packages and equipment can be selected such
as the Star Safire 380HDc camera package (video recorder, downlink, operator workstation), a variety
of seating arrangements, cargo hook, external hoist and external rope down system detachable parts.
Additional workstation options (e.g. second monitor) and other camera packages like Star Safire
380HD, MX-10 and MX-15 are available on request.

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4.3.1 Mission Parameter

• Flight Rules Single / Dual Pilot IFR Night


• Cat. A Yes
• Instrumentation Glass Cockpit
• NVG friendly Yes
• EASA OPS No

Figure 4.14: Law Enforcement configuration (with EOS Star Safire 380HDc package selected and installed in rear position)
- cabin layout

4.3.2 Mission Configuration

Baseline Aircraft

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Reference Reference
Baseline Aircraft
1 00-10042-A D0000-002-00 H145 Baseline Aircraft 145 D-2 18.100.01 E 1,919.0 4,231.4
Subtotal Weight: 1,919.0 4,231.4
1.5 % Weight margin: 28.8 63.5
Subtotal Weight (incl. margin): 1,947.8 4,294.9

Mission Equipment

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Reference Reference
Mandatory Equipment
General Equipment
1 05-03015-B D2562-000-00 First aid kita 1.2 2.6
1 05-22028-B D7935-000-00 Fuzz burner for engines, main transmission and
Fenestron® gearbox 1.2 2.6
1 05-22029-A D7114-001-00 Improved engine cowling heat protection, LH 0.4 0.9
1 05-22029-A D7114-002-00 Improved engine cowling heat protection, RH 0.4 0.9
1 05-23008-B D7165-000-00 Engine compressor wash kit 1.0 2.2
1 05-31121-A D2514-200-00 Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section 2.1 4.6
1 05-37027-A D6701-001-00 Copilot flight controls 5.6 12.3
1 05-38024-C D3111-101-00 Instrument panel extension on copilot side 1.0 2.2
1 05-39017-A D2513-001-00 Map case in copilot door 0.5 1.1
1 05-41012-A D2143-000-00 Electrical heating system 4.2 9.3

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1 05-68012-A D3343-000-00 Additional electrical unit 0.9 2.0
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-45068-A D3343-600-00 Search & landing light 6.5 14.3
1 06-45068-A D3343-800-00 Search & landing light, IR mode 0.0 0.0
1 06-67064-A D2563-100-00 Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)b 1.6 3.5
1 06-71001-B D2517-000-10 Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin, fixed provisions 0.3 0.7
1 06-71001-B D2517-100-20 Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin, washable, detachable parts 0.3 0.7
1 06-74029-B D3312-020-00 Standard cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment - NVG 0.5 1.1
Interior Layout
1 07-00029-A D1830-000-00 Active vibration control system 26.5 58.4
Avionics
1 08-00449-A D2300-000-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN 750 / GTX 335R
1 08-16116-B D2352-000-00 Digital Voice Control System (DVCS 6100), incl. ACU 6100 (Becker),
pilot + copilot 7.2 15.9
1 08-22077-A D2325-700-00 Transponder GTX 335R (Garmin)c 2.9 6.4
1 08-25035-A D3455-000-00 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) DME-4000
(Rockwell Collins) 2.9 6.4
1 08-26058-A D3431-000-00 Marker beacon receiver MKR3300-1 (Becker) 1.1 2.4
1 08-43063-C D3463-311-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), pilot 5.8 12.8
1 08-43063-C D3463-312-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), pilot 7.9 17.4
1 08-43079-A D3464-000-00 Wireless connectivity Connext (Garmin) 0.1 0.2
1 08-65048-B D3161-000-00 Flight Display Subsystem (FDS), copilot 5.1 11.2
1 08-99003-B D0000-151-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN Series interconnection / wiring 23.9 52.7
1 08-35055-C D3446-000-00 Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System (H-TAWS) -
Helionixd 0.1 0.2
1 08-35057-C D3446-100-00 Synthetic Vision System (SVS) - Helionixd 0.0 0.0
1 08-41031-A D3160-000-00 SBAS RNP approach capabilitye 0.0 0.0
1 08-82000-B D3139-000-00 Lightweight Aircraft Recording System (LARS) Alerts Vision 1000
(Appareo) 0.6 1.3
Reference Equipment
General Equipment
1 05-02063-B D1113-200-00 Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting 2.2 4.9
1 05-21021-A D8541-000-10 Cable cutter system, fixed provisions 2.9 6.4
1 05-21021-A D8541-000-20 Cable cutter system, detachable parts 7.7 17.0
1 05-31120-B D5204-301-00 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LHf 0.2 0.4
1 05-31120-B D5204-302-00 Sliding door fastener, max. position, RHg 0.2 0.4
1 05-36032-B D3230-301-00 Aluminum multifunction step LH instead of standard boarding steph 5.3 11.7
1 05-36032-B D3230-302-00 Aluminum multifunction step RH instead of standard boarding stepi 6.7 14.8
1 05-85017-B D2841-000-00 Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) 0.2 0.4
Specific Mission Equipment
1 08-46063-B D8512-001-10 External hoist, LH, fixed provisionsj 8.7 19.2
1 06-24020-B D8534-002-10 External rope down device, RH, fixed provisionsk 2.3 5.1
1 06-24020-B D8534-200-10 Enhanced external rope down device (ECMS - STC), LH & RH,
electrical fixed provisionsl 3.5 7.7
1 06-24020-B D8534-300-00 Enhanced external rope down device (ECMS - STC), control panell 0.5 1.1
1 06-26025-C D3181-000-00 External multi-purpose camera on tail boom 1.4 3.1

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Reference Reference
1 06-27044-C D8511-400-10 Dual cargo hook system, fixed provisions 5.9 13.0
1 06-45074-D D3346-000-10 Searchlight A800 (Trakka) basic LH, fixed provisions 5.5 12.1
1 06-45074-D D3346-000-20 Searchlight A800 (Trakka) basic LH, detachable parts 18.9 41.7
1 06-45074-D D3346-000-30 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), vendor parts 18.2 40.1
1 06-45074-D D3346-100-00 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), IR filters 0.0 0.0
1 06-45074-D D3346-300-00 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), IR laser pointerm 0.0 0.0
1 06-45074-D D3346-600-10 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), hand controller, fixed provisions 0.6 1.3
1 06-45074-D D3346-600-20 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), hand controller, detachable parts 0.9 2.0
1 06-45074-D D3346-700-00 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), covers GSE GSE
Interior Layout
1 07-15028-B D2512-101-00 Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat 1.8 4.0
1 07-15028-B D2512-102-00 Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat 1.8 4.0
1 07-50072-D D5204-100-00 Spoiler position for cockpit doors, intermediate position 1.1 2.4
1 07-50074-A D8512-401-00 External protection for cabin frame, LH 0.2 0.4
1 07-50074-A D8512-402-00 External protection for cabin frame, RH 0.2 0.4
1 07-90030-B D2508-401-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, LH 3.1 6.8
1 07-90030-B D2508-402-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, RH 3.1 6.8
Avionics
1 08-12090-A D4321-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, power supply (28 VDC) & intercom
interfacen 0.5 1.1
1 08-12090-A D4322-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, antenna for frequency band tbcn 0.8 1.8
1 08-16116-B D2343-400-00 Digital Voice Control System (DVCS 6100), ACU 6101 (Becker),
paxo 1.1 2.4
1 08-16161-B D2343-000-00 Cabin panel, center 0.4 0.9
1 08-16161-B D2343-200-00 Cabin panel, center, cutout, AFTp 0.1 0.2
1 08-16172-B D4361-950-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), basic systemq 2.2 4.9
1 08-16172-B D4361-960-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), cockpit control panel CP50 0.6 1.3
1 08-16172-B D4361-970-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), mobile transceiver MP50r 0.4 0.9
2 08-18064-D D2333-000-02 Headset adapter cable crew GLENAIR / U92 0.2 0.4
1 08-46063-D D3168-400-00 Moving map EuroNav 7 – RN7 (EuroAvionics), basic versions 7.2 15.9
1 08-46063-D D3168-500-00 Moving map EuroNav 7 – RN7 (EuroAvionics), Iridium satcom
modulet 0.7 1.5
1 08-46063-D D3168-600-00 Moving map EuroNav 7 – RN7 (EuroAvionics), GSM / UMTS
modulet 0.5 1.1
1 08-81036-C D3132-000-10 Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), fixed provisions 3.0 6.6
Subtotal Weight: 232.6 512.9
3.0 % Weight margin: 7.0 15.4
Subtotal Weight (incl. margin): 239.6 528.3
Total Weight: 2,187.4 4,823.1
a. Customization of first aid kit content necessary to comply with EASA OPS requirements. Medications may have to be
removed for export.
b. ELT code to be provided by the customer last 4 month prior to helicopter delivery.
c. Incl. ADS-B out
d. The database update service is provided under a dedicated service contract. Please contact your Airbus helicopter sales
representative for further information.
e. SBAS RNP approach local service availability verification through your Airbus helicopter sales representative on request.
f. Required for hoist operations.
g. Required for rope down operations.
h. Required for A800 (Trakka) installation.

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i. Required for electro optical system installation.


j. Weight, in combination with Emergency floats, detachable parts: 11.5 kg.
k. Weight, in combination with Emergency floats, detachable parts: 5.0 kg.
l. This STC is EASA certified. Prices and leadtimes for national certifications are available on request.
m. The laser pointer function is delivered inoperative. The responsibility for the laser activation and usage remains with the
operator and user.
n. Onboard HF/tactical radio transmission can influence radio navigation systems (MKR, VOR, ILS, ADF) and communication
systems (VHF radio, other tactical radio). Depending on National Aviation Authorities certification requirements, tactical radio
systems must either be turned off during IFR approaches/departures or deactivated.
o. Requires cabin panel and cabin panel cutout.
p. Requires cabin panel, center.
q. Requires wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), cockpit control panel. Mobile transceiver not included.
r. Mobile transceiver with defined frequency range between 440 – 450 MHz in yellow color.
s. Incl. 512 GB flashdisk and Global Map Package.
t. Requires EuroNav 7 - RN7 (EuroAvionics), basic version.

4.3.3 Further Available Equipment

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Reference Reference
General Equipment
1 05-21034-A D7162-000-00 Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) system 23.9 52.7
1 05-36029-C D3211-001-00 Flat step patches on multifunction step, LH 1.9 4.2
1 05-36029-C D3211-002-00 Flat step patches on multifunction step, RH 1.9 4.2
1 05-67030-B D2465-200-00 Power sockets (14 VDC & 28 VDC) at center console and LH
rear cabin walla 2.6 5.7
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-21037-B D8512-000-20 External hoist (without hook), detachable partsb 63.0 138.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-100-00 External hoist hook and standard damper 3.6 7.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-200-00 External hoist hook damper floating device 0.4 0.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-900-00 External hoist hook damper weight kitc 3.0 6.6
1 06-21038-A D8512-301-10 External hoist observation light, LH, fixed provisions 0.7 1.5
1 06-21038-A D8512-300-20 External hoist observation light, detachable partsd 0.8 1.8
1 06-24020-B D8534-201-20 Enhanced external rope-down device for 2/1 persons
(ECMS - STC), LH, retractable, detachable partsef 20.3 44.8
1 06-24020-B D8534-202-20 Enhanced external rope-down device for 2/1 persons
(ECMS - STC), RH, retractable, detachable partse 20.3 44.8
1 06-27044-C D8511-400-20 Dual cargo hook system, detachable parts 29.6 65.3
1 06-31025-C D8531-000-00 External loudspeaker system with siren 10.9 24.0
1 06-65013-A D2625-200-00 2nd portable fire extinguisherg 2.6 5.7
1 06-81031-A D8511-600-10 Electrical release for fire extinguishing bucket (Bambi Bucket),
fixed provisionsh 0.6 1.3
1 06-90013-A D0000-600-00 Alternate gross weight 3,800 kg 0.0 0.0

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Reference Reference
Mission Equipment - EOS Star Safire 380HDc Solutioni
1 07-27034-A D2526-000-00 Operator seat 22.5 49.6
1 08-18064-C D2333-100-05 Headset adapter cable pax GLENAIR / U92 without IC/TX-Box 0.2 0.4
1 06-50023-A D8532-272-00 EOS Star Safire 380HDc Packagej
1 06-51199-C D8532-200-11 EOS, RH step, fixed provisions 9.0 19.8
1 06-51199-C D8532-200-21 EOS, RH step, detachable parts 8.5 18.7
1 06-51199-C D8532-200-90 EOS, safety circuit for laser 0.7 1.5
1 06-50018-B D8532-272-32 EOS, Star Safire 380HDc, basic system (MWIR, 1280) 28.0 61.7
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-41 EOS, Star Safire 380HD series, continuous zoom TV camera
(HDLL) 0.0 0.0
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-42 EOS, Star Safire 380HD series, short wave infrared camera
(SWIR, 640) 0.0 0.0
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-52 EOS, Star Safire series, compact laser range finder 0.0 0.0
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-53 EOS, Star Safire series, laser illuminator 0.0 0.0
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-54 EOS, Star Safire series, laser pointer 0.0 0.0
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-61 EOS, Star Safire series, video autotracker 0.0 0.0
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-63 EOS, Star Safire series, digital image blending 0.0 0.0
1 06-50018-B D8532-270-82 EOS, Star Safire Series, geo reference system with integrated
IMU/GPS 0.0 0.0
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-71 EOS, Star Safire series, universal hand controller 1.1 2.4
1 06-50018-B D8532-271-91 EOS, Star Safire series, purge kit GSE GSE
k
1 06-52002-C D8532-261-21 Operator workstation PD DZUS, basic 9.8 21.6
1 06-52002-C D8532-261-26 Operator workstation PD DZUS, EOS control, holder 0.4 0.9
1 06-52002-C D8532-261-28 Operator workstation PD DZUS, monitor, provisions 2.9 6.4
1 06-52002-C D8532-261-30 Operator workstation PD DZUS, table for monitor installation 9.3 20.5
1 06-52002-C D8532-261-33 Operator workstation PD DZUS, keyboard, provisions 0.4 0.9
1 06-52002-C D8532-261-41 Operator workstation PD DZUS, stowage case lateral 0.3 0.7
1 06-52002-C D8532-261-42 Operator workstation PD DZUS, searchlight control, holder 0.1 0.2
1 06-52002-C D8532-261-63 22" Full-HD monitor 7.6 16.8
1 06-52002-C D3168-300-01 Keyboard - NVG 0.9 2.0
1 06-53003-E D8532-252-56 Downlink (BMS), transmission system (Helicoder4), vendor parts 3.6 7.9
1 06-53003-E D8532-254-11 Downlink (BMS), operator workstation installation, fixed provisions 1.3 2.9
1 06-53003-E D8532-254-26 Downlink (BMS), operator workstation installation, detachable
parts 1.3 2.9
1 06-54002-C D8532-261-34 Video recorder, provisions, operator workstation compatible 0.1 0.2
1 06-54002-C D8532-261-62 Video recorder 0.7 1.5
Mission Equipment - EOS UltraForce 350 HD Solutioni
1 06-50007-A D8532-251-00 EOS UltraForce 350 HD Packagej 0.0 0.0
1 06-51199-C D8532-200-11 EOS, RH step, fixed provisions 9.0 19.8
1 06-51199-C D8532-200-21 EOS, RH step, detachable parts 8.5 18.7
1 06-51235-A D8532-251-38 EOS, UltraForce 350 HD, basic system 31.4 69.2
1 06-51235-A D8532-250-61 EOS, UltraForce 350 Series, video autotracker 0.0 0.0
1 06-51235-A D8532-250-63 EOS, UltraForce 350 Series, IMU/geo package 0.0 0.0
1 06-51235-A D8532-250-52 EOS, UltraForce 350 Series, EuroNav moving map interface 0.0 0.0
1 06-51235-A D8532-250-53 EOS, UltraForce 350 Series, searchlight slaving interface 0.0 0.0

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Interior Layout
1 07-27021-C D2522-000-00 Passenger seating, 8 club seats (standard arrangement)i 94.7 208.8
1 07-27022-B D2520-600-05 High-density seating, 6 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 LH / 3 RHilm 75.4 166.3
1 07-27022-B D2520-900-01 High-density seating, 9 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 FWD / 3 LH
/ 3 RHilm 109.0 240.3
e
1 07-50081-A D5231-200-00 One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors (ADAC - STC) 2.2 4.9
1 07-75128-B D8512-800-00 Attachment ring in cabin ceiling LH 0.4 0.9
1 07-90030-B D2508-101-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, FWD LHn 1.0 2.2
Avionics
1 08-18064-D D2333-100-02 Headset adapter cable pax GLENAIR / U92 0.2 0.4
1 08-35066-A D2327-100-00 Traffic Advisory System TAS620A (Avidyne) 6.1 13.5
1 08-65056-C D2491-002-00 Electrical fixed provisions, 5 VDC, pilot 0.7 1.5
1 08-65056-C D3113-102-00 iPad Air holder, pilot 0.7 1.5
1 08-80009-A D3132-400-00 Professional Ground Station (PGS) Vision Systemo GSE GSE
1 08-81036-C D3132-000-20 Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), detachable
partsp 0.2 0.4
1 08-81036-C D3132-000-30 Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), vendor parts 4.8 10.6
a. The power sockets are normally secured with a 20 A circuit breaker. Depending on the final helicopter configuration the circuit
breaker value may vary.
b. Requires external hoist damper & hook. Hoist operation and maintenance training included.
c. The hoist hook damper can be equipped with 1, 2 or 3 kg additional weight.
d. Requires external hoist, detachable parts.
e. This STC is EASA certified. Prices and lead times for national certification are available on request.
f. Non simultaneous fitment with hoist, detachable parts
g. Required for seating configurations with 7 passengers or more.
h. Requires single cargo hook system (Onboard) or dual cargo hook system.
i. Non simultaneous fitment of / with several seating arrangements.
j. Export control approval must be checked with Airbus Helicopters representatives.
k. Weight, if installed in the forward position: 12.7 kg.
l. This STC is EASA and FAA certified. Prices and lead times for national certifications are available on request.
m. Requires multi-purpose fittings in cabin LH and RH.
n. Required for hoist installations, if multi purpose fittings in cabin are not installed.
o. Recommended 1 per customer base if CVFDR is selected.
p. Ground station not included.

4.3.4 Typical Cabin Layout


The operator workstation can be installed either in forward (see figure below) or in rear position (see
figure in chapter 4.3.1).

Figure 4.15: Law Enforcement configuration (with EOS Star Safire 380Hc package selected and installed in forward position)
- cabin layout

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4.3.5 Law Enforcement Mission Performance


Weight breakdown (with payload and fuel)
kg lb
Weight basis for Equipped empty weight
Payload range Law Enforcement configuration 2,187 4,823
diagram (incl. engine oil, unusable fuel and weight margin)
2 Pilots (2 x 85 kg) 170 375
EOS Star Safire 380HDc solution (selected) 112 247
EOS operator (1 x 85 kg) 85 187
Payload Payload 423 932
Reserve fuel: 20 min in 1,500 ft with VY, mean 72 KIAS 62 136
Fuel Trip fuel 661 1,457
Mission Takeoff weight 3,700 8,157

Mission profile
• Takeoff Cat. A VTOL at SL (maximum 3,700 kg)
• Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 5,000 ft with VY, mean 70 KIAS
• Level flight in 5,000 ft with VBR, mean 130 KTAS
• Descent from 5,000 ft to SL with R/D of 1,000 fpm, mean 80 KIAS
• Landing Cat. A VTOL at SL

Payload range diagram

Figure 4.16: Law Enforcement configuration - Payload range diagram

Relevant flight data

Arriel 2E
• Calculated max. range (without payload, with trip fuel): 360 NM (666 km)
• Corresponding flight time (incl. climb / descent phases): 2 h 49 min

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4.4 Aerial Work Mission

Figure 4.17: Aerial Work configuration


(with external hoist and cargo hook mirrors selected) - external view (example)

The unobstructed cabin of the H145 is easily reconfigurable to maximize mission flexibility and the
sliding and rear clam-shell doors optimize access to the cabin. The high-set main rotor and Fenestron
anti-torque-device provide high safety, while loading and unloading passengers or cargo even when
rotors are running.
The empty weight of the Aerial Work configuration, equipped with the provisions for cargo hook and
external hoist, is intentionally kept low to maximize the payload for external and internal transport
missions.
For further adaptation to customers mission needs, the configuration can be complemented with
stretchers, bambi bucket and a variety of seating arrangements.

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4.4.1 Mission Parameter

• Flight Rules Single / Dual Pilot IFR Night


• Cat. A Yes
• Instrumentation Glass Cockpit
• NVG friendly No
• EASA OPS No

Figure 4.18: Aerial Work configuration - cabin layout

4.4.2 Mission Configuration

Baseline Aircraft
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Reference Reference
Baseline Aircraft
1 00-10042-A D0000-002-00 H145 Baseline Aircraft 145 D-2 18.100.01 E 1,919.0 4,231.4
Subtotal Weight: 1,919.0 4,231.4
1.5 % Weight margin: 28.8 63.5
Subtotal Weight (incl. margin): 1,947.8 4,294.9

Mission Equipment

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Reference Reference
Mandatory Equipment
General Equipment
1 05-03015-B D2562-000-00 First aid kita 1.2 2.6
1 05-22028-B D7935-000-00 Fuzz burner for engines, main transmission and
Fenestron® gearbox 1.2 2.6
1 05-22029-A D7114-001-00 Improved engine cowling heat protection, LH 0.4 0.9
1 05-22029-A D7114-002-00 Improved engine cowling heat protection, RH 0.4 0.9
1 05-23008-B D7165-000-00 Engine compressor wash kit 1.0 2.2
1 05-31121-A D2514-200-00 Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section 2.1 4.6
1 05-37027-A D6701-001-00 Copilot flight controls 5.6 12.3
1 05-38024-C D3111-101-00 Instrument panel extension on copilot side 1.0 2.2
1 05-39017-A D2513-001-00 Map case in copilot door 0.5 1.1
1 05-41012-A D2143-000-00 Electrical heating system 4.2 9.3

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Reference Reference
1 05-68012-A D3343-000-00 Additional electrical unit 0.9 2.0
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-45086-A D3343-600-00 Search & landing light 6.5 14.3
1 06-67064-A D2563-100-00 Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)b 1.6 3.5
Interior Layout
1 07-00029-A D1830-000-00 Active vibration control system 26.5 58.4
Avionics
1 08-00449-A D2300-000-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN 750 / GTX 335R
1 08-16116-B D2352-000-00 Digital Voice Control System (DVCS 6100), incl. ACU 6100
(Becker), pilot + copilot 7.2 15.9
c
1 08-22077-A D2325-700-00 Transponder GTX 335R (Garmin) 2.9 6.4
1 08-25035-A D3455-000-00 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) DME-4000
(Rockwell Collins) 2.9 6.4
1 08-26058-A D3431-000-00 Marker beacon receiver MKR3300-1 (Becker) 1.1 2.4
1 08-43063-C D3463-311-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), copilot 5.8 12.8
1 08-43063-C D3463-312-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), pilot 7.9 17.4
1 08-43079-A D3464-000-00 Wireless connectivity Connext (Garmin) 0.1 0.2
1 08-65048-B D3161-000-00 Flight Display Subsystem (FDS), copilot 5.1 11.2
1 08-99003-B D0000-151-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN Series interconnection / wiring 23.9 52.7
1 08-35055-C D3446-000-00 Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System (H-TAWS) -
Helionixd 0.1 0.2
1 08-35057-C D3446-100-00 Synthetic Vision System (SVS) - Helionixd 0.0 0.0
1 08-41031-A D3160-000-00 SBAS RNP approach capabilitye 0.0 0.0
1 08-82000-B D3139-000-00 Lightweight Aircraft Recording System (LARS) Alerts Vision 1000
(Appareo) 0.6 1.3
Reference Equipment
General Equipment
1 05-02063-B D1113-200-00 Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting 2.2 4.9
1 05-31120-B D5204-301-00 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LHf 0.2 0.4
1 05-85017-B D2841-000-00 Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) 0.2 0.4
Specific Mission Equipment
1 08-46063-B D8512-001-10 External hoist, LH, fixed provisionsg 8.7 19.2
1 06-26025-C D3181-000-00 External multi-purpose camera on tail boom 1.4 3.1
1 06-27042-D D8511-200-10 Single cargo hook system (Onboard), fixed provisions 8.9 19.6
1 06-27042-D D8511-300-10 Single cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions 0.7 1.5
Interior Layout
1 07-50074-A D8512-401-00 External protection for cabin frame, LH 0.2 0.4
1 07-90030-B D2508-401-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, LH 3.1 6.8
1 07-90030-B D2508-402-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, RH 3.1 6.8

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Technical Data

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Reference Reference
Avionics
1 08-16172-B D4361-950-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), basic systemh 2.2 4.9
1 08-16172-B D4361-960-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), cockpit control panel
CP50 0.6 1.3
1 08-16172-B D4361-970-00 Wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), mobile transceiver MP50i 0.4 0.9
2 08-18064-D D2333-000-02 Headset adapter cable crew GLENAIR / U92 0.2 0.4
1 08-46058-B D3168-100-00 Moving map - Helionixd 0.0 0.0
1 08-81036-C D3132-000-10 Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), fixed provisions 3.0 6.6
Subtotal Weight: 145.8 321.5
3.0 % Weight margin: 4.4 9.6
Subtotal Weight (incl. margin): 150.2 331.1
Total Weight: 2,098.0 4,626.0
a. Customization of first aid kit content necessary to comply with EASA OPS requirements. Medications may have to be
removed for export.
b. ELT code to be provided by the customer latest 4 months prior to helicopter delivery.
c. Incl. ADS-B out.
d. The database update service is provided under a dedicated service contract. Please contact your Airbus helicopter sales
representative for further information.
e. SBAS RNP approach local service availability verification through your Airbus helicopter sales representative on request.
f. Required for hoist operation.
g. Weight, in combination with Emergency floats, detachable parts: 11.5 kg.
h. Requires wireless intercom system PNG (Axnes), cockpit control panel. Mobile transceiver not included.
i. Mobile transceiver with defined frequency range between 440 – 450 MHz in yellow color.

4.4.3 Further Available Equipment

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Reference Reference
General Equipment
1 05-21021-A D8541-000-10 Cable cutter system, fixed provisions 2.9 6.4
1 05-21021-A D8541-000-20 Cable cutter system, detachable parts 7.7 17.0
Specific Mission Equipment
1 06-21037-B D8512-000-20 External hoist (without hook), detachable partsa 63.0 138.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-100-00 External hoist hook and standard damper 3.6 7.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-200-00 External hoist hook damper floating device 0.4 0.9
1 06-21037-B D8512-900-00 External hoist hook damper weight kitb 3.0 6.6
1 06-21038-A D8512-301-10 External hoist observation light, LH, fixed provisions 0.7 1.5
1 06-21038-A D8512-300-20 External hoist observation light, detachable partsc 0.8 1.8
d
1 06-21039-A D8510-010-00 Teflon coating for cable deflector on floats landing gear, LH 0.5 1.1
1 06-26025-C D3181-100-00 External rear-view camera 1.6 3.5
1 06-27042-D D8511-200-20 Single cargo hook system (Onboard), detachable parts 7.7 17.0
1 06-27042-D D8511-300-20 Single cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts 0.3 0.7
1 06-61032-B D3214-000-10 Emergency floats, fixed provisions 2.3 5.1
1 06-61032-B D3214-000-20 Emergency floats, detachable parts 67.3 148.4
1 06-65013-A D2625-200-00 2nd portable fire extinguishere 2.6 5.7
1 06-81031-A D8511-600-10 Electrical release for fire extinguishing bucket (Bambi Bucket),
fixed provisionsf 0.6 1.3

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Reference Reference
Interior Layout
1 07-27021-C D2522-000-00 Passenger seating, 8 club seats (standard arrangement)g 94.7 208.8
1 07-27022-B D2520-300-02 High-density seating, 3 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 RHghi 37.7 83.1
1 07-27022-B D2520-900-01 High-density seating, 9 seats (BAE Systems - STC), 3 FWD / 3 LH
/ 3 RHgij 109.0 240.3
k
1 07-50081-A D5231-200-00 One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors (ADAC - STC) 2.2 4.9
1 07-74092-A AAT-45120-014-2 Foldable stretcher for helicopter floor incl. Locker Systems
(AAT - STC), LH/RHgk 18.7 41.2
1 07-75110-B D2524-000-00 Attachment rails in cabin ceiling 4.4 9.7
1 07-90030-B D2508-101-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, FWD LHl 1.0 2.2
Avionics
1 08-12090-A D4321-000-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, power supply (12 VDC) & intercom
interfacem 1.4 3.1
1 08-12090-A D4321-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, power supply (28 VDC) & intercom
interfacem 0.5 1.1
1 08-12090-A D4322-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, antenna for frequency band tbcm 0.8 1.8
1 08-15564-A D2316-000-00 Iridium satellite transceiver GSR 56 (Garmin) 3.0 6.6
1 08-18064-D D2333-100-02 Headset adapter cable pax GLENAIR / U92 0.2 0.4
1 08-80009-A D3132-400-00 Professional Ground Station (PGS) - Vision Systemn GSE GSE
1 08-81036-C D3132-000-20 Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), detachable
partso 0.2 0.4
1 08-81036-C D3132-000-30 Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), vendor parts 4.8 10.6
a. Requires external hoist damper & hook. Hoist operation and maintenance training included.
b. The hoist hook damper can be equipped with 1, 2 or 3 kg additional weight.
c. Requires external hoist, detachable parts.
d. Required if external hoist and emergency floats are selected.
e. Required for seating configuration with 7 pax or more.
f. Requires single cargo hook system (Onboard) or dual cargo hook system.
g. Non simultaneous fitment of several seating arrangements.
h. Requires multi-purpose fittings in cabin RH.
i. This STC is EASA and FAA certified. Prices and lead times for national certifications are available on request.
j. Requires multi-purpose fittings in cabin LH and RH.
k. This STC is EASA certified. Prices and lead times for national certifications are available on request.
l. Required for hoist installations, if multi pupose fittings in cabin are not installed.
m. Onboard HF/tactical radio transmission can influence radio navigation systems (MKR, VOR, ILS, ADF) and communication
systems (VHF radio, other tactical radio). Depending on National Aviation Authorities certification requirements, tactical radio
systems must either be turned off during IFR approaches/departures or deactivated.
n. Recommended 1 per customer base if CVFDR is selected.
o. Ground station not included.

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4.4.4 Aerial Work Mission Performance


Weight breakdown (with payload and fuel)
kg lb
Weight basis for Equipped empty weight
Payload range Aerial Work configuration 2,098 4,626
diagram (incl. engine oil, unusable fuel and weight margin)
1 Pilot (1 x 85 kg) 85 187
Payload Payload 794 1,750
Reserve fuel: 20 min in 1,500 ft with VBR, mean 131 KTAS 83 183
Fuel Trip fuel 640 1,411
Mission Takeoff weight 3,700 8,157

Mission profile
• Takeoff Cat. A VTOL at SL (maximum 3,700 kg)
• Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 5,000 ft with VY, mean 70 KIAS
• Level flight in 5,000 ft with VBR, mean 134 KTAS
• Descent from 5,000 ft to SL with R/D of 1,000 fpm, mean 80 KIAS
• Landing Cat. A VTOL at SL

Payload range diagram

Figure 4.19: Aerial Work configuration - Payload range diagram

Relevant flight data

Arriel 2E
• Calculated max. range (without payload, with trip fuel): 367 NM (680 km)
• Corresponding flight time (incl. climb / descent phases): 2 h 47 min

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5 Equipment Information

5.1 General Available Equipment


The following list presents the General Available Equipment which may be added to customize the
mission configuration or to build specific configurations. For further mission adaptation specific items
are also available on request. Please take into account that there may be incompatibilities between
various optional equipment items. Any modification and/or complement of the proposed mission
configuration must be done with the assistance of an Airbus helicopter sales representative.
The General Available Equipment are categorized as shown in the following table:

Abbreviation Availability
R Included in the Mandatory or Reference Equipment of the mission configuration
F Included in the Further Available Equipment of the mission configuration
G General Available Equipment for the mission configuration

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General Equipment
05-02066-A D1113-500-00 Surface protective coating (Airglaze) 0.5 1.1 G G G G
05-02072-B D6211-000-00 Main Rotor Blade Erosion Protection Paint 0.0 0.0 G G G
05-12008-B D8513-000-10 Multi-purpose pylon LH & RH, fixed provisionsa 12.6 27.8
05-12008-B D8513-000-20 Multi-purpose pylon LH & RH, detachable parts incl.
aerodynamic fairingsa 25.2 55.6
05-21021-A D8541-000-10 Cable cutter system, fixed provisions 2.9 6.4 R G R F
05-21021-A D8541-000-20 Cable cutter system, detachable parts 7.7 17.0 R G R F
05-21034-A D7162-000-00 Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) System 23.9 52.7 F G F G
05-31120-B D5204-301-00 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH 0.2 0.4 F F R R
05-31120-B D5204-302-00 Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH 0.2 0.4 G F R G
05-31124-A D5621-000-00 Push-out cabin windows 3.3 7.3 G R G
05-31125-A D5632-101-00 Sliding window with ram air deflector in sliding door, LH 0.8 1.8 G G G G
05-31125-A D5632-102-00 Sliding window with ram air deflector in sliding door, RH 0.8 1.8 G G G G
05-31126-B D5634-100-00 Tinted windows in cockpit doors 0.0 0.0 G G G G
05-31126-B D5634-200-00 Tinted windows in sliding doors 0.0 0.0 G G G G
05-31126-B D5634-400-00 Tinted windows in cabin 1.3 2.9 G G G G
05-31126-B D5634-501-00 Tinted window in clam-shell door, LH 0.3 0.7 G G G G
05-31126-B D5634-502-00 Tinted window in clam-shell door, RH 0.3 0.7 G G G G
05-31126-B D5634-600-00 Tinted push-out cabin windows 3.2 7.1 G G G
05-31133-A D5611-000-00 Windscreen hard coating 0.0 0.0 G G G G
05-36029-C D3211-001-00 Flat step patches on multifunction step, LH 1.9 4.2 G G F
05-36032-B D3230-301-00 Aluminum multifunction step LH instead of standard
boarding step 5.3 11.7 G G R
05-37028-A D6721-001-00 Pedal cover for copilot flight controls -3.5 -7.7 F G G G

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05-39018-A D3318-101-00 Illuminated chart holder, copilot side 0.8 1.8 G G G G


05-39018-A D3318-102-00 Illuminated chart holder, pilot side 0.8 1.8 G G G G
05-39019-A D2514-100-00 Map case on instrument panel glare shield 0.6 1.3 G G G G
05-41011-A D2142-100-00 Performance improvement kit for bleed air heating system 3.9 8.6 G G G G
05-42048-A D2111-000-00 Air Conditioning System (ACS) 44.3 97.7 G G G G
05-42048-A D2122-200-00 Environmental Control System (ECS) 14.1 31.1 G G G G
05-62026-A D2420-000-00 Alternating Current (AC) system 1.6 3.5 G R G G
05-67030-B D2465-000-00 Power socket (28 VDC) at LH rear cabin wallb 0.6 1.3 G G G G
05-67030-B D2465-100-00 Power sockets (28 VDC) at center console and LH rear
cabin wallb 1.1 2.4 G G G G
05-67030-B D2465-200-00 Power sockets (14 VDC & 28 VDC) at center console and
LH rear cabin wallb 2.6 5.7 G G F G
05-81044-A D2818-100-10 Internal long range fuel tank system, fixed provisions 2.2 4.9 G G G
05-81044-A D2818-100-20 Internal long range fuel tank system, detachable parts 38.0 83.8 G G G
05-81045-A D2812-000-00 Self-sealing fuel supply tanksc 8.5 18.7 G
05-92018-C D6611-000-00 Main rotor blade folding, basic kit 0.3 0.7 G G G G
05-92018-C D6611-100-10 Main rotor blade folding, fixed provisions for ground
handling kit 0.7 1.5 G G G G
05-92018-C D6611-100-20 Main rotor blade folding, ground handling kit GSE GSE G G G G
05-93014-C D1021-100-00 Lashing points 1.1 2.4 G R G G
05-36034-A D5310-000-00 Step areas on cabin roof 0.1 0.2 G G G G
05-36034-A D7113-000-00 Additional maintenance handles on transmission cowling 0.8 1.8 G G G G
Specific Mission Equipment
06-11042-A D3275-000-10 Settling protectors, fixed provisions 0.2 0.4 G G G G
06-11042-A D3275-000-20 Settling protectors, detachable parts 7.9 17.4 G G G G
06-11043-A D3272-000-00 Snow skids 22.5 49.6 G G G G
08-46063-B D8512-001-10 External hoist, LH, fixed provisions 8.7 19.2 F G R R
08-46063-B D8512-002-10 External hoist, RH, fixed provisions 9.8 21.6 G F G G
06-21037-B D8512-000-20 External hoist (without hook), detachable parts 63.0 138.9 F F F F
06-21037-B D8512-100-00 External hoist hook and standard damper 3.6 7.9 F F F F
06-21037-B D8512-200-00 External hoist hook damper floating device 0.4 0.9 G F F F
06-21037-B D8512-900-00 External hoist hook damper weight kit 3.0 6.6 G F F F
06-21038-A D8512-301-10 External hoist observation light, LH, fixed provisions 0.7 1.5 G G F F
06-21038-A D8512-302-10 External hoist observation light, RH, fixed provisions 0.7 1.5 G F G G
06-21038-A D8512-300-20 External hoist observation light, detachable parts 0.8 1.8 G F F F
06-21039-A D8510-010-00 Teflon coating for cable deflector on floats landing gear, LH 0.5 1.1 G G G F
06-21039-A D8510-020-00 Teflon coating for cable deflector on floats landing gear,
RH 0.5 1.1 G F G G
06-24020-B D8534-001-10 External rope down device, LH, fixed provisions 2.3 5.1 G G
06-24020-B D8534-002-10 External rope down device, RH, fixed provisions 2.3 5.1 R G
06-24020-B D8534-101-20 External rope-down device for 2/1 persons
(ECMS -STC), LH retractable, detachable partsd 17.3 38.1 G G

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06-24020-B D8534-102-20 External rope-down device for 2/1 persons


(ECMS - STC), RH retractable, detachable partsd 17.3 38.1 G G
06-26023-A D8511-000-10 Cargo hook mirrors, fixed provisions 1.1 2.4 G G G G
06-26023-A D8511-000-20 Cargo hook mirrors, detachable parts 4.0 8.8 G G G G
06-26023-A D8511-100-00 Cover for cargo hook mirrors GSE GSE G G G G
06-26025-C D3181-100-00 External rear-view camera 1.6 3.5 F G G F
06-27042-D D8511-200-10 Single cargo hook system (Onboard), fixed provisions 8.9 19.6 G F G R
06-27042-D D8511-200-20 Single cargo hook system (Onboard), detachable parts 7.7 17.0 G F G F
06-27042-D D8511-300-10 Single cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions 0.7 1.5 G G G R
06-27042-D D8511-300-20 Single cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts 0.3 0.7 G G G F
06-27044-C D8511-400-10 Dual cargo hook system, fixed provisions 5.9 13.0 F G R G
06-27044-C D8511-400-20 Dual cargo hook system, detachable parts 29.6 65.3 F G F G
06-27044-C D8511-500-10 Dual cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions 0.3 0.7 G G G G
06-27044-C D8511-500-20 Dual cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts 0.2 0.4 G G G G
06-31025-C D8531-000-00 External loudspeaker system with siren 10.9 24.0 F G F G
06-45074-D D3346-000-10 Searchlight A800 (Trakka) basic LH, fixed provisions 5.5 12.1 G G R
06-45074-D D3346-000-20 Searchlight A800 (Trakka) basic LH, detachable parts 18.9 41.7 G G R
06-45074-D D3346-000-30 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), vendor parts 18.2 40.1 G G R
06-45074-D D3346-600-10 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), hand controller, fixed
provisions 0.6 1.3 G G R
06-45074-D D3346-600-20 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), hand controller, detachable
parts 0.9 2.0 G G R
06-45074-D D3346-700-00 Searchlight A800 (Trakka), covers GSE GSE G G R
06-46010-B D3347-000-00 White strobe lights 1.4 3.1 R G G G
06-46011-A D3347-400-00 Fenestron® light 0.7 1.5 G G G G
06-61032-B D3214-000-10 Emergency floats, fixed provisions 2.3 5.1 G R G F
06-61032-B D3214-000-20 Emergency floats, detachable parts 67.3 148.4 G R G F
06-61038-A D2565-100-10 Emergency floats with integrated life rafts (DART - STC),
fixed provisionsa e f 3.5 7.6
06-61038-A D2565-100-20 Emergency floats with integrated life rafts (DART - STC),
detachable partsa f 78.0 172.0
nd
06-65013-A D2625-300-00 2 portable fire extinguisher, high-density seating,
10 seats BAE 2.9 6.4 R G G
06-71001-B D2517-000-10 Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin, fixed provisions 0.3 0.7 R G R G
06-71001-B D2517-000-20 Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin, detachable parts 0.8 1.8 G G G G
06-71001-B D2517-100-20 Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin, washable,
detachable parts 0.3 0.7 R G R G
06-90013-A D0000-600-00 Alternate gross weight 3,800 kg 0.0 0.0 G G F G
Interior Layout
07-15028-B D2512-101-00 Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot
seat 1.8 4.0 R R R G
07-15028-B D2512-102-00 Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat 1.8 4.0 R R R G

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07-27021-C D2522-000-00 Passenger seating, 8 club seats (standard arrangement) 94.7 208.8 G R F F
07-27021-C D2522-800-01 Passenger seating, backrest cover with literature
stowage net 0.8 1.8 G G G G
07-27021-C D2522-800-02 Passenger seating, lumbar support 0.2 0.4 G G G G
07-27021-C D2522-800-03 Passenger seating, armrests 1.4 3.1 G G G G
07-27021-C D2522-800-05 Passenger seating, tray table 0.5 1.1 G G G G
07-27021-C D2522-800-06 Passenger seating, stowage drawer below seat 0.8 1.8 G G G G
07-27021-C D2522-800-07 Passenger seating, stowage pocket below seat 0.1 0.2 G G G G
07-27022-B D2520-000-01 High-density seating, 10 seats (BAE Systems - STC),
3 FWD / 2 LH / 2 RH / 3 AFTf 123.5 272.3 F G G
07-27022-B D2520-300-02 High-density seating, 3 seats (BAE Systems - STC),
3 RHf 37.7 83.1 G G G F
07-27022-B D2520-600-04 High-density seating, 6 seats (BAE Systems - STC),
3 FWD / 3 AFTf 67.5 148.8 F G G
07-27022-B D2520-600-05 High-density seating, 6 seats (BAE Systems - STC),
3 LH / 3 RHf 75.4 166.3 F F G
07-27022-B D2520-800-03 High-density seating, 8 seats (BAE Systems - STC),
3 FWD / 3 LH / 2 RHf 99.3 219.0 F G G
07-27038-A D2521-000-00 Offshore Seating Arrangement, enhanced kit 7.0 15.4 G
07-30067-B D2581-000-00 Sound proofing kit 5.9 13.0 G F G G
07-40031-A D2515-000-00 Washable floor covering for cockpit, cabin & cargo
compartment 15.2 33.5 F G G G
07-40033-A D2525-000-00 Sealed cabin floor 0.4 0.9 R G
07-50071-A D5221-000-00 Jettisonable cockpit doors 0.6 1.3 G R G G
07-50072-D D5204-100-00 Spoiler position for cockpit doors, intermediate position 1.1 2.4 G R
07-50072-D D5204-200-00 Spoiler position for cockpit doors, intermediate and max.
position 1.2 2.6 G
a
07-50073-B D5223-000-00 Jettisonable sliding doors 2.9 6.4 G
07-50074-A D8512-401-00 External protection for cabin frame, LH 0.2 0.4 F R R R
07-50074-A D8512-402-00 External protection for cabin frame, RH 0.2 0.4 F R R G
07-60046-A D8504-100-00 Universal cargo net 2.5 5.5 G G G G
07-74092-A AAT-45120-014-2 Foldable stretcher for helicopter floor incl. Locker
Systems (AAT - STC), LH/RHd 18.7 41.2 G F
07-75110-B D2524-000-00 Attachment rails in cabin ceiling 4.4 9.7 G G F
07-75128-B D8512-800-00 Attachment ring in cabin ceiling LH 0.4 0.9 F G F G
07-90030-B D2508-101-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, FWD LH 1.0 2.2 F G F F
07-90030-B D2508-102-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, FWD RH 1.0 2.2 G F G G
07-90030-B D2508-401-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, LH 3.1 6.8 R F R R
07-90030-B D2508-402-00 Multi-purpose fittings in cabin, RH 3.1 6.8 R F R R
Avionics
08-10025-B D2311-000-10 HF system HF-9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisionsc 12.5 27.6 G G
c
08-10025-B D2311-000-20 HF system HF-9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts
11.8 26.0 G G

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08-10025-B D2311-100-00 HF system control unit HF9010 (Rockwell Collins)c 1.0 2.2 G G G
08-12090-A D4321-000-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, power supply
(12 VDC) & intercom interface 1.4 3.1 G F G F
08-12090-A D4321-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, power supply
(28 VDC) & intercom interface 0.5 1.1 R F R F
08-12090-A D4322-100-00 Tactical radio, fixed provisions, antenna for frequency
band tbc 0.8 1.8 R F R F
08-12093-C D4321-320-00 Tactical radio VHF-FM NPX138N - NVG (Cobham) 2.6 5.7 G R G G
08-14103-A D4322-000-10 Tactical radio RT-5000 and C-5000 control - NVG, fixed
provisionsc 5.9 13.0 G G G
08-14103-A D4322-000-20 Tactical radio RT-5000 and C-5000 control - NVG,
detachable partsc 10.8 23.8 G G G
08-16161-B D2341-800-00 Audio/Comm. control unit ACU 610X (Becker),
EMS fixed provisions 0.4 0.9 G
08-17090-B D2331-010-00 Cabin loudspeaker 2.1 4.6 G F G G
08-17091-A D2334-000-00 Passenger address Interface 0.9 2.0 G R G G
08-18065-B D2315-300-00 Headset H10-76 (David Clark), low impedance 0.6 1.3 G R G G
08-24035-A D3452-000-00 Automatic Direction Finder (ADF), receiver DF-431B
(Cobham) 7.7 17.0 G G
08-24035-A D3452-100-00 Automatic Direction Finder (ADF), control unit CDF552
(Cobham) 1.3 2.9 G G
08-31064-A D3443-000-10 Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell), fixed
provisions 2.0 4.4 G G G G
08-31064-A D3443-020-30 Color weather radar RDR 2000 incl. control unit
CP466 - NVG (Honeywell), vendor parts 5.8 12.8 G G G G
08-31064-A D3443-100-00 Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell), radar radome 0.4 0.9 G G G G
08-31065-A D3443-200-00 Search and Rescue weather radar RDR-1600
(Telephonics) 16.0 35.5 G R G G
08-31065-A D3443-300-00 Search and rescue weather radar RDR-1600
(Telephonics), radar radome 6.3 13.9 G R G G
a
08-15582-A D8548-000-00 Basic platform computer 3.1 6.8
08-15582-A D8548-100-00 Real time overlay download applicationa 0.0 0.0
08-15582-A D8548-200-00 Hot spot / router applicationa 0.0 0.0
a
08-15582-A D8548-300-00 Fleet tracking application 0.0 0.0
08-15582-A D8548-400-00 VoIPa 0.0 0.0
08-35064-C D8547-200-00 Enhanced Reality System (EuroAvionics), basic systema 6.3 13.9
08-35064-C D8547-100-00 Enhanced Reality System (EuroAvionics), extension boxa 2.4 5.3
08-35064-C D8547-300-00 Enhanced Reality System (EuroAvionics), WIFI video
streaminga 0.0 0.0
08-35064-C D8547-400-00 Enhanced Reality System (EuroAvionics), control unita 0.3 0.7
08-35066-A D2327-100-00 Traffic Advisory System TAS620A (Avidyne) 6.1 13.5 G G F G
08-43076-B D3463-600-00 Approach charts (IFR) georeferenced for GTN 750 0.0 0.0 G G G G
08-46058-B D3168-100-00 Moving map - Helionix 0.0 0.0 G R R

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08-46063-D D3168-200-00 Moving map EuroNav 7 – RN7CM (EuroAvionics),


basic version 3.3 7.3 G G
08-46063-D D3168-700-00 Moving map EuroNav – RN7 (EuroAvionics), FLARM
module 0.7 1.5 G G
08-46063-D D3168-900-00 Moving map EuroNav 7 – RN7 & RN7CM (EuroAvionics),
weather radar interface 0.0 0.0 G G
08-65056-C D2491-001-00 Electrical fixed provisions, 5 VDC, copilot 0.7 1.5 G F G G
08-65056-C D2491-002-00 Electrical fixed provisions, 5 VDC, pilot 0.7 1.5 R R F G
08-65056-C D2491-100-00 Electrical fixed provisions, 5 VDC, center console 0.7 1.5 G R G G
08-65056-C D3113-101-00 iPad Air holder, copilot 0.7 1.5 G F G G
08-65056-C D3113-102-00 iPad Air holder, pilot 0.7 1.5 R R F G
08-83042-B D3171-200-10 Health Monitoring System (HMS), fixed provisions 4.0 8.8 F R G G
08-83042-B D3171-200-20 Health Monitoring System (HMS), detachable parts 3.6 7.9 F R G G
08-83046-A D3171-100-00 Helicopter Flight Data Monitoring (HFDM) GSE GSE G R G G
Operational Equipment
10-20022-B D8551-000-10 Light armor protection kit, cockpit floor, fixed provisionsac 1.9 4.2
10-20022-B D8551-000-20 Light armor protection kit, cockpit floor, detachable parts,
HPPEac 19.2 42.3
10-20022-B D8551-100-10 Light armor protection kit, cockpit vertical plates, fixed
provisionsac 1.2 2.6
10-20022-B D8551-100-20 Light armor protection kit, cockpit vertical plates,
detachable parts, HPPEac 32.1 70.8
10-20022-B D8551-200-10 Light armor protection kit, cabin floor, fwd, fixed
provisionsac 0.1 0.2
10-20022-B D8551-200-20 Light armor protection kit, cabin floor, fwd, detachable
parts, HPPEac 21.0 46.3
10-20022-B D8551-300-10 Light armor protection kit, cabin floor, aft, fixed provisionsac 0.1 0.2
10-20022-B D8551-300-20 Light armor protection kit, cabin floor, aft, detachable parts,
HPPEac 49.2 108.5
10-40004-A D8581-100-00 Self-protection system, coreac 34.0 75.0
10-40004-A D8581-200-00 Missile Launch Detectors (MLD) for self-protection
systemac 11.1 24.5
10-40006-A D8581-300-00 Mission safety systemac 1.4 3.1
10-90005-B D8581-001-00 Pintle mount for 7.62 mm machine gun, MAG58 (M240),
LHac 32.1 70.8
10-90005-B D8581-002-00 Pintle mount for 7.62 mm machine gun, MAG58 (M240),
RHac 32.1 70.8
a. This item is available on request.
b. The power sockets are normally secured with a 20 A circuit breaker. Depending on the final helicopter configuration the circuit
breaker value might vary.
c. Export control approval must be checked with Airbus Helicopters representatives.
d. This STC is EASA certified. Prices and lead times for national certifications are available on request.
e. Requires emergency floats with integrated liferafts (DART - STC) detachable parts, emergency floats fixed provisions and
emergency floats landing gear.
f. This STC is EASA and FAA certified. Prices and lead times for national certifications are available on request.

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5.2 Avionics Layouts

5.2.1 Single / Dual Pilot IFR with Dual GTN 750

1. Flight Display Subsystem FDS


(copilot)
2. GPS / NAV / COM (copilot)
GTN750 (Garmin)
3. Audio / Comm. Control Unit
ACU6100 (copilot)
4. Cockpit control panel
5. Autopilot control unit
6. GPS / NAV / COM (pilot)
GTN750 (Garmin)
7. Audio / Comm. Control Unit
ACU6100 (pilot)
8. DTD: Data Transfer Device

Figure 5.1: Avionics Layout - Single / Dual Pilot IFR with Dual GTN 750 (example)

Content of Avionics Package for Single / Dual Pilot IFR with Dual GTN 750

Qty Document Commercial Product Title kg lb


Reference Reference
1 08-00449-A D2300-000-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN 750 / GTX 335R
1 08-16116-B D2352-000-00 Digital Voice Control System (DVCS 6100), incl. ACU 6100 (Becker),
pilot + copilot 7.2 15.9
1 08-22077-A D2325-700-00 Transponder GTX 335R (Garmin) 2.9 6.4
1 08-25035-A D3455-000-00 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) DME-4000 (Rockwell Collins) 2.9 6.4
1 08-26058-A D3431-000-00 Marker beacon receiver MKR3300-1 (Becker) 1.1 2.4
1 08-43063-C D3463-311-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), copilot 5.8 12.8
1 08-43063-C D3463-312-00 GPS/NAV/COM GTN 750 (Garmin), pilot 7.9 17.4
1 08-43079-A D3464-000-00 Wireless connectivity Connext (Garmin) 0.1 0.2
08-65048-B D3161-000-00 Flight Display Subsystem (FDS), copilot 5.1 11.2
1 08-99003-B D0000-151-08 Avionics Package DP IFR GTN Series interconnection / wiring 23.9 52.7

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5.2.2 Single / Dual Pilot IFR with FMS1

1. Flight Display Subsystem FDS


(copilot)
2. COM / NAV control unit
3. Audio / Comm. Control Unit
ACU6100 (copilot)
4. Autopilot control unit
5. Cockpit control panel
6. DTU: Data Transfer Unit
7. DTD: Data Transfer Device
8. Flight Management
System CMA-9000a
9. Audio / Comm. Control Unit
ACU6100 (pilot)

Figure 5.2: Avionics Layout - Single / Dual Pilot IFR with FMS (example)

Content of Avionics Package for Single / Dual Pilot IFR with FMS

Qty Document Commercial Product Title kg lb


Reference Reference
1 08-00045-A D2300-000-02 Avionics Package DP IFR CMA-9000
1 08-11047-B D2313-102-00 VHF AM/COM system VHF-4000F (Rockwell Collins), pilot 2.8 6.2
1 08-11047-B D2313-101-00 VHF AM/COM system VHF-4000F (Rockwell Collins), copilot 2.8 6.2
1 08-16116-B D2352-000-00 Digital Voice Control System (DVCS 6100), incl. ACU 6100 (Becker),
pilot + copilot 7.2 15.9
1 08-22059-A D2325-100-00 Transponder (Mode S) TDR-94 (Rockwell Collins) 4.5 9.9
1 08-25035-A D3455-000-00 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) DME-4000 (Rockwell Collins) 2.9 6.4
1 08-26059-A D3432-002-00 VOR/ILS/MKR navigation system NAV-4500 (Rockwell Collins), pilot 3.3 7.3
1 08-26059-A D3432-001-00 VOR/ILS/MKR navigation system NAV-4500 (Rockwell Collins), copilot 2.1 4.6
1 08-26060-A D3432-100-00 COM/NAV combined control unit CTL-4000 (Rockwell Collins), pilot 2.1 4.6
1 08-44057-A D3442-100-00 GPS sensor CMA-5024 for CMA-9000 (CMC Electronics)a 4.4 9.7
1 08-44057-A D3463-102-00 Flight Management System (CMA-9000) - Single (CMC Electronics)a 7.0 15.4
1 08-65048-B D3161-000-00 Flight Display Subsystem (FDS), copilot 5.1 11.2
1 08-99003-B D0000-151-02 Avionics Package DP IFR CMA-9000 interconnection / wiring 24.7 54.5
a. Export control approval must be checked with Airbus Helicopters representatives.

1. Available on request.

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5.3 Antenna Layout

1. VHF-AM1 antenna 4. Marker antenna 7. VHF-AM2 antenna


2. Transponder antenna 5. Radar altimeter antennas 8. GPS1 antenna
3. DME antenna 6. VOR / ILS antenna 9. GPS2 antenna

Figure 5.3: Typical IFR antenna layout

5.4 NVG friendly & NVIS Certification


In order to increase mission capabilities and flight safety during night operations, the H145 can be fitted
with NVG friendly cockpit and cabin layouts as well as NVG friendly exterior lighting. Helicopters in an
"NVG friendly" configuration are designed and built in order to not degrade the NVG image
performance, by considering the design standards detailed hereafter:
• The internal lighting of the cockpit is designed and built in order to fulfill RTCA/DO-275 "Minimum
Operational Performance Standard for Integrated Night Vision Imaging System Equipment".
• All NVIS equipment items installed (excluding BFE) are not degrading the NVG image performance
or the NVG image performance degradation is kept within acceptable limits in NVG mode.

Note: BFE might not be compliant in accordance with the applicable specifications and requirements. Airbus does not perform
any actions to ensure the NVG performance degradation is being kept within acceptable limits.

• The interior of the helicopter is kept in dark, matt colors, showing no or only little reflectance of
radiation, not degrading the NVG image performance in NVG mode.
• An appropriate Day/Night/NVG switch is provided.
• The external lighting of the cockpit is designed and built in order to fulfill SAE-ARP 4392, "Lighting,
Aircraft Exterior, Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) Compatible", i. e. the NVG performance
degradation caused by the external lighting system in NVG mode is kept within acceptable limits.

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May 31, 2007, the first NVIS certification providing the H145 predecessor EC145 with a NVG aided
operation capability was granted from EASA, FAA and TCCA (Canada). Thus Airbus Helicopters is
the first Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to offer this capability to civil operators.
The EASA NVIS certification is based on one customer specific NVIS configuration; any additional
changes to the configuration following EASA NVIS certification may require additional certification
effort. EASA NVIS certification is based on night vision goggles with class B filter from well-known
manufacturers (certified goggles include ITT F4949 and L3 Communications M949).
On customer's request, Airbus can develop and certify also night vision goggle systems from other
manufacturers.
Please note that classic night flight capability remains unrestricted.
For the avoidance of doubt, configurations marked as being "NVG friendly" in this document do not
include a helicopter NVIS certification. Such "Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) certification" is only
provided by Airbus, if it is explicitly listed in the individual customer's contract. The "Night Vision
Imaging System (NVIS) certification" includes delivery of a customer configuration specific Flight
Manual Appendix ("Appendix for Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) / NVG - Operator") and
"Operator Substantiation Report for Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) / NVG" and provides proof of
compliance with the airworthiness requirements for the NVG operations capabilities of the helicopter.
Note that the "Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) certification" does not constitute an approval for
NVG operations as per Commission Regulation No 965/2012, SPA.NVIS.100 ("Helicopters shall only
be operated under VFR at night with the aid of NVIS if the operator has been approved by the
competent authority").

5.5 Disclaimers

EASA OPS
The EMS and Offshore Transportation mission configuration is derived from the conditions stated in
EASA OPS. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and the entire equipment required for
extended over water or offshore operations. For approval of the aircraft configuration for the intended
mission, the operator shall contact his national authority.

Basic package:
• Illuminated Chart Holder, Pilot or iPad Air holder, Pilot
• 2nd Portable Fire Extinguisher, if more than seven passengers on board
• Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR)
• Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)

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Export control regulations


Airbus Helicopters is committed to strict compliance with all applicable export control regulations and
requires a corresponding commitment from the Customer.
Some items/commodities are controlled under at least one export control law or regulation and
therefore may require export authorization(s) and Airbus Helicopters cannot guarantee that they will be
granted. Nevertheless Airbus Helicopters will perform all necessary procedures for obtaining such
authorization(s).
The Customer shall support the authorization(s) application(s) procedure(s) by providing the
necessary documentation and information, particularly end-user certificates, undertakings, documents
on the utilization of the items/commodities, etc. The Customer shall comply with the conditions of the
export authorization(s).
Airbus Helicopters reserves the right to deliver the helicopter without the controlled items, should the
competent authorities deny or delay export authorization(s). The same is valid if the competent
authorities do not react at all or in cases of a return without action or if otherwise the absence of a
required authorizations or provisions of any regulations inhibit a delivery in time.

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6 Main Performance

The performance figures shown hereafter are guaranteed minimum performance data (minimum
specificaton engine power). Only the fuel consumption, range, endurance values and figures refer to
an H145 equipped with minimum specified new production engines.
Unless otherwise specified, the values and figures refer to a clean helicopter at Sea Level (SL), in
International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) and zero wind condition.

6.1 Performance Summary Tables

All Engine Operative (AEO) - Altitude


Gross weight kg 2,700 3,000 3,300 3,585 3,650 3,700
lb 5,952 6,614 7,275 7,904 8,047 8,157
Hover ceiling IGE (4 ft AGL), TOP
• ISA m 6,096 5,608 4,785 4,115 3,932 3,825
ft 20,000 18,400 15,700 13,500 12,900 12,550
• ISA +20°C m 5,395 4,968 4,115 3,353 3,200 3,048
ft 17,700 16,300 13,500 11,000 10,500 10,000
Hover ceiling OGE, TOP
• ISA m 6,050 5,151 4,237 3,399 3,018 2,667
ft 19,850 16,900 13,900 11,150 9,900 8,750
• ISA +20°C m 5,395 4,450 3,566 2,789 2,591 2,332
ft 17,700 14,600 11,700 9,150 8,500 7,650
• Service ceiling, MCP m 6,096 6,096 6,096 5,593 5,410 5,029
(climb reserve 200 ft/min), ISA ft 20,000 20,000 20,000 18,350 17,750 16,500

All Engine Operative (AEO) - Speed, Fuel Consumption, Range

Gross weight kg 2,700 3,000 3,300 3,585 3,650 3,700


lb 5,952 6,614 7,275 7,904 8,047 8,157
• Maximum speed (VNE), at IAS km/h 278 278 269 267 265 265
kts 150 150 145 144 143 143
• Fast cruise speed (VH), at TAS km/h 253 251 247 242 241 240
kts 137 135 133 131 130 129
• Fuel consumption at fast cruise kg/h 269 269 269 269 269 269
speed lb/h 593 593 593 593 593 593
• Best range speed (VBR), at TAS km/h 241 241 241 241 241 240
kts 130 130 130 130 130 129
• Fuel consumption at best range kg/h 252 256 261 266 269 269
speed lb/h 557 564 575 587 593 593
• Fuel consumption at 70 KIAS kg/h 182 189 196 203 205 207
lb/h 402 416 432 448 452 456

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Gross weight kg 2,700 3,000 3,300 3,585 3,650 3,700


lb 5,952 6,614 7,275 7,904 8,047 8,157
• Maximum range at best range speed
(no reserve)
• Standard fuel tank (723.0 kg) km 659 677 668 656 654 651
NM 356 366 360 354 353 352
• Standard fuel tank and km 847 835 822 819 816
long range fuel tank (898.0 kg) NM 457 451 444 442 441
• Maximum endurance at best
endurance speed = 70 KIAS
(no reserve)
• Standard fuel tank (723.0 kg) h:min 3:53 3:55 3:47 3:40 3:38 3:36

• Standard fuel tank and h:min 4:56 4:46 4:37 4:35 4:33
long range fuel tank (898.0 kg)

All Engine Operative (AEO) - Speed, Fuel Consumption, Range at 5,000 ft

Gross weight kg 2,700 3,000 3,300 3,585 3,650 3,700


lb 5,952 6,614 7,275 7,904 8,047 8,157
• Maximum speed (VNE), at IAS km/h 278 274 261 250 244 244
kts 150 148 141 135 132 132
• Fast cruise speed (VH), at TAS km/h 267 263 257 250 248 248
kts 144 142 139 135 134 134
• Fuel consumption at fast cruise kg/h 254 254 254 253 253 253
speed lb/h 560 560 560 558 558 558
• Best range speed (VBR), at TAS km/h 247 245 241 241 241 241
kts 134 132 130 130 130 130
• Fuel consumption at best range kg/h 230 232 235 242 244 246
speed lb/h 507 511 518 534 538 542
• Fuel consumption at 70 KIAS kg/h 165 172 181 190 195 195
lb/h 364 379 399 419 430 430
• Maximum range at best range speed
(no reserve)
• Standard fuel tank (723.0 kg) km 750 768 752 733 728 725
NM 405 415 406 396 393 392
• Standard fuel tank and km 960 942 920 915 911
long range fuel tank (898.0 kg) NM 519 509 497 494 492
• Maximum endurance at best
endurance speed = 70 KIAS
(no reserve)
• Standard fuel tank (723.0 kg) h:min 4:18 4:19 4:09 3:58 3:56 3:54

• Standard fuel tank and long h:min 5:26 5:14 5:01 4:58 4:55
range fuel tank (898.0 kg)

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One Engine Inoperative (OEI) - Altitude

Gross weight kg 2,700 3,000 3,300 3,585 3,650 3,700


lb 5,952 6,614 7,275 7,904 8,047 8,157
• Service ceiling OEI, MCP (climb
reserve 0.5 m/s - 100 ft/min)
• ISA m 5,730 4,875 4,100 3,065 2,715 2,375
ft 18,800 16,000 13,450 10,050 8,900 7,800
• ISA +20°C m 5,260 4,330 3,430 2,590 2,410 2,180
ft 17,250 14,200 11,250 8,500 7,900 7,150

One Engine Inoperative (OEI) - Maximum Gross Mass

Max. Gross Weight Max. Gross Weight


SL, ISA SL, ISA +20°C
• Hover OGE (OEI 30 sec-power) kg 3,395 kg 3,350
lb 7,485 lb 7,385
• Hover OGE (OEI 2 min-power) kg 3,300 kg 3,260
lb 7,275 lb 7,187
• Cat. A, VTOL kg 3,700 kg 3,660
lb 8,157 lb 8,069
• Hoist, HEC, clear area kg 3,320 kg 3,270
lb 7,319 lb 7,209
• Hoist, HEC, confined area kg 3,300 kg 3,260
lb 7,275 lb 7,187

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6.2 Operating Limitations


The helicopter can be operated within the following altitude and temperature limitations (according to
the Flight Manual):

• Maximum operating altitude 6,096 m PA


20,000 ft PA
• Maximum operating altitude for hover, takeoff and 6,096 m PA or DA
landing 20,000 ft PA or DA, whichever is less
• Minimum temperature -45°C
• Maximum temperature ISA +35°C
(max. +50°C)
• Category A - Maximum temperature for takeoff +50°C
from Clear Heliport, SL, gross weight 3,700 kg

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6.3 Performance Charts

• Hover In Ground Effect (HIGE, TOP) 6.3-1


• Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, TOP) 6.3-2
• Takeoff Weight, Cat. A, Clear Heliport 6.3-3
• Takeoff Weight, Cat. A, VTOL Surface Level Heliport 6.3-4
• Maximum Cruising Speed, MCP, ISA 6.3-5
• Maximum Rate of Climb, TOP, MTOW (3,700 kg) 6.3-6
• Maximum Rate of Climb, MCP, MTOW (3,700 kg) 6.3-7
• Fuel Consumption (AEO), Diagram 1 6.3-8
• Fuel Consumption (AEO), Diagram 2 6.3-9
• Fuel Consumption (AEO), Diagram 3 6.3-10
• Payload Range (AEO) 6.3-11

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6.3-1 Hover In Ground Effect (HIGE, TOP)

Figure 6.1: Hover In Ground Effect (HIGE, TOP)

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6.3-2 Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, TOP)

Figure 6.2: Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, TOP)

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6.3-3 Takeoff Weight, Cat. A, Clear Heliport

Figure 6.3: Takeoff Weight, Cat. A, Clear Heliport

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6.3-4 Takeoff Weight, Cat. A, VTOL Surface Level Heliport

Figure 6.4: Takeoff Weight, Cat. A, VTOL Surface Level Heliport

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6.3-5 Maximum Cruising Speed, MCP, ISA

Figure 6.5: Maximum Cruising Speed, MCP, ISA

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6.3-6 Maximum Rate of Climb, TOP, MTOW (3,700 kg)

Figure 6.6: Maximum Rate of Climb, TOP, MTOW (3,700 kg)

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6.3-7 Maximum Rate of Climb, MCP, MTOW (3,700 kg)

Figure 6.7: Maximum Rate of Climb, MCP, MTOW (3,700 kg)

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6.3-8 Fuel Consumption (AEO), Diagram 1

Figure 6.8: Fuel Consumption (AEO) - diagram 1

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6.3-9 Fuel Consumption (AEO), Diagram 2

Figure 6.9: Fuel Consumption (AEO) - diagram 2

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6.3-10 Fuel Consumption (AEO), Diagram 3

Figure 6.10: Fuel Consumption (AEO) - diagram 3

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6.3-11 Payload Range (AEO)

Figure 6.11: Payload Range (AEO)

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7 Service and Support Information

7.1 Assets

Proven reliability and availability based on experience


At Airbus, supporting customer's helicopter operations with the highest level of excellence is our
priority. We have developed a strong reputation worldwide for being fully committed to providing
customers with mission-efficient aircraft combining both high aircraft availability rate and cost-effective
services solutions. This high level of performance has been our main target throughout the years, and
therefore Airbus has stressed the importance of sharing operational feed-back with its customers to
better understand their operational needs, and closely follow-up in-service Reliability, Availability and
Maintainability/Testability (RAMT). The final target is to reach the most optimized operational cost while
ensuring the highest flight safety.

To ensure the most efficient support of these helicopters whatever the location in the world, Airbus
offers:

• A worldwide service network of 29 Customers Centers, more than 100 distributors, representatives,
training centers, maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities

• 8 logistics hubs, central & regional inventories (France, Germany, UK, Hong Kong, Australia,
Mexico, Brazil and the USA)

• 3 Customer Support Centers in Europe, Asia and the USA offering 24/7 customer assistance,
7 days a week, 365 days a year

• A comprehensive service offer HCare®: a wide array of services solutions to meet all operators'
needs in terms of material management, helicopter maintenance, technical support, training & flight
operations and connected services - at Airbus' facilities or at customer's location.

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7.2 H145 Inspection Programs


The maintenance program specifies the intervals between maintenance operations that are
recommended by Airbus, irrespective of whether they are mandatory or not.
The program can:
• either be used as is,
• or be adapted by each operator to suit his own specific organization, provided he complies with the
maximum intervals.
For the performance of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, Airbus has classified the
maintenance tasks by the following three maintenance levels:

Organizational Level (O - Level)


This Organizational Level (O-Level) comprises tasks such as the daily servicing, pre-flight checks,
visual inspections for condition, replacement of modular components and simple repairs. This work can
be performed by trained helicopter mechanics with standard tools only (no special tools necessary).

Intermediate Level (I - Level)


This Intermediate Level (I-Level) comprises tasks such as smaller repairs ON / OFF helicopter,
periodical inspections and replacement of modular components as well as modifications. This work can
be performed by trained and experienced mechanics and may require the usage of special tools and /
or test equipment.

Depot Level (D - Level)


The Depot Level (D-Level) comprises tasks such as repairs OFF helicopter, overhaul of major
components and heavy airframe repair. This work can be performed by Original Equipment
Manufacturer (OEM), authorized repair centers or Airbus and requires the usage of special overhaul
and repair tools, as well as test benches (if required) according to repair manuals or instructions.
The following table provides an overview of all inspections. Scheduled inspections with shorter time
intervals are included in those with longer time intervals.

Scheduled airframe inspection Maintenance level Estimated man hour


Pre-flight check O - Level Pilot task
12-month inspection I - Level 29
Intermediate inspection every 400 Fh O - Level 33
Periodical inspection every 800 Fh or 3 years I - Level 143

Note: All the "hands-on" aircraft values mentioned here above are given on the basis of a 20,000 FH life cycle. They refer only
to the scheduled inspections for the standard helicopter without optional equipment in accordance with the Master Servic-
ing Manual (MSM). The announced mean man hours are without incoming flight, work preparation, reworking, servicing,
Service Bulletin (SB) implementation and unscheduled maintenance.

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Engine Inspection Programs


The following table provides an overview of all engine inspections. Each inspection has to be
performed for the respective time frame.

Safran Helicopter Engines Arriel 2E Maintenance level Estimated mean man hour
scheduled inspection
Daily checks O - Level Pilot Task
Checks before the first flight O - Level 0.033
Checks between two flights O - Level 0.017

Safran Helicopter Engines Maintenance level Estimated man hour


periodic inspections
800 Fh O - Level 9.55

Note: For further details on the engine inspections and the respective D-Level maintenance please refer to the applicable engine
maintenance manual.

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7.3 Main Components

7.3.1 Airframe Main Components

Time Between Overhaul (TBO)


The component in question must be removed at each interval that corresponds to the value indicated,
in order to undergo the operations in a specialized workshop that will enable it to be put back into
service for the next interval. The given time limit may be exceeded by 3 % of the respective interval.
All subcomponents may have a Service Life Limit (SLL), rated above the Time Between Overhaul
(TBO) limit.

Airframe main components TBO as per MSM Rev. 10


from 2017.05.02
Cartridge of fuel pump 5,000 Fh
Main transmission 3,600 Fh or 18 yearsa
Tail gear box 5,000 Fh or 18 yearsa
Longitudinal actuator 7,500 Fh
Lateral actuator 7,500 Fh
Collective actuator 7,500 Fh
Fenestron actuator 3,000 Fh
a. First limit reached.

Note: Non exhaustive list.

Time Change Item (TCI) or Service Life Limit (SLL)


A Time Change Item (TCI) is a component, which has an airworthiness Service Life Limit (SLL). The
affected component must be removed from service, when it reaches the limit indicated.

Airframe main components TCI or SLL as per Rev. 10


from 2017.05.02
Main rotor blade 25,000 Fh
Main rotor shaft 30,000 Fh
Freewheel clutch 3,600 Fh

Note: Non exhaustive list.

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7.3.2 Engine Main Components

Time Between Overhaul (TBO)


The initial Time Between Overhaul (TBO) values are applicable to the engines / modules / accessories
and are summarized in the tables below.

Safran Helicopter Engines Arriel 2E overhauls TBO as per Engine MM rev 2016
Accessory gearbox (Module 01) 4,000 Fha or 15 yearsb
Axial compressor (Module 02) 4,000 Fha or 15 yearsb
Gas generator (Module 03) 4,000 Fha or 15 yearsb
Power turbine (Module 04) 4,000 Fha or 15 yearsb
Reduction gearbox (Module 05) 4,000 Fha or 15 yearsb
a. First limit reached
b. TBO extension on-going, to be extended to 6,000 Fh

Service Life Limit (SLL)


Certain components of the engine, of which failures could cause a hazardous effect to the engine or
its regulation, have service life limit expressed in cycles (reference flight cycle). The limited service life
to which this term refers is the number of cycles that a critical part can run before having to be
withdrawn from service.

Safran Helicopter Engines Arriel 2E components SLL as per engine MM rev 2016
Axial wheel 22,000 cycles
Centrifugal impeller 22,000 cycles
Injection wheel 8,000 cycles
HP turbine disc 17,000 cycles
Power turbine disk 22,000 cycles

Note: Cycles are calculated automatically by the Engine Electronic Control Unit. Average experienced rate is
about 0.5 cycles/Fh.

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7.4 HCare - Material Management


Airbus offers its clients a comprehensive choice of material management services to ensure availability
and costs control. This array of services ranges from basic Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
spare parts supply, repair and overhaul services up to comprehensive, "by-the-hour" support
programs.
The different services are tailored for different user profiles and demands, such as customers:
• with a high flying hours level
• with a low flying hours level
• looking for immediate component availability
• wishing optimal budget control
To respond to the different customers' demands, Airbus offers the following services:

HCare Easy: Open & seamless access to all customers under catalogue conditions
• Easy Part for spare parts, components repair & overhaul and second hand parts
• Easy Rental for tools and Ground Support Equipment (GSE)
• Easy Repair for secured turn-around-times on components
• Easy Exchange for secured availability on components

HCare Smart: Performance commitment, budget control, suited to customers' needs


• Repair By-the-Hour (RBH)
• Exchange By-the-Hour (EBH)
• Parts By-the-Hour (PBH)
• Full By-the-Hour (FBH)

HCare Infinite: Full availability commitment, all-inclusive turnkey solutions


• Fleet availability

Note: Specific mission equipment e.g. STC´s might be excluded from above services.

Note: Local authority regulations may have an impact on the above described material management services.

Airbus would be pleased to propose further extensive services adapted to specific mission and
customer expectations, such as stock and maintenance management.

7.4.1 HCare Easy


HCare Easy is a classical way of material support. The material is delivered on demand when needed.
It comprises spare parts, components repair & overhaul, second-hand parts, standard exchange and
tool/GSE rental.
The requested level of operational availability determines provisioning part quantities and therefore the
required investment.
With this support concept the customers bear the responsibility to monitor repairs; manage
obsolescence and procure the right mix and quantity of components and spare parts to ensure
availability when required.
For specific lists of part numbers, Airbus has invested in dedicated stocks, and offers through Easy
Repair & Easy Exchange services, secured turn-around-times, or secured parts availability for
standard exchange.

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7.4.2 HCare Smart

Repair By-the-Hour (RBH)


The RBH service offers guaranteed repair & overhaul turn-around-times as well as guaranteed prices.
This service enables the customer to best size its own inventory of repairable parts, and better
schedule its helicopter maintenance while keeping property of its material. The price for this service is
calculated per flight hour, thus enabling the customer to spread and predict component scheduled and
unscheduled maintenance expenses.
The RBH service includes component unscheduled third level repairs (Depot Level maintenance),
component scheduled overhauls, life-limited part replacement as well as mandatory modification kits
(to the extent covered by the RBH contract). This service is available for dynamic components, blades,
basic and optional equipment (covered optional equipment list to be defined with the customer).

Exchange By-the-Hour (EBH)


With the Exchange-By-the-Hour (EBH) service, Airbus offers the customer an immediate part
replacement, and a controlled budget for unscheduled maintenance while remaining responsible for
the scheduled events (overhaul, life limited parts replacement). Price for this service is calculated per
flight hour.
The EBH service includes component unscheduled third level (Depot Level maintenance) repairs and
guaranteed parts delivery within 24 hours FCA (Incoterms 2010) through Standard Exchange based
on a dedicated inventory. This service is available for dynamic components, blades, basic and optional
equipment (covered optional equipment list to be defined with the customer).

Parts-By-the-Hour (PBH)
The Parts-By-the-Hour (PBH) service is a comprehensive program that offers and balances at the
same time guaranteed maintenance costs for both scheduled and unscheduled events, reduced
inventory and minimized helicopter downtime. This service is intended for customers looking for
optimized cost control and high level of aircraft readiness. Price for this service is calculated per flight
hour.
The PBH service includes component unscheduled third level (Depot Level maintenance) repairs;
component scheduled overhauls as well as Life Limited Part replacement. Parts delivery is guaranteed
within 24 hours FCA (Incoterms 2010) through Standard Exchange based on dedicated inventory. This
service is available for dynamic components, blades, basic and optional equipment (covered optional
equipment list to be defined with the customer).

Full-By-the-Hour (FBH)
The Full By-the-Hour (FBH) service is an extension of the PBH service including the supply of non-
repairable parts such as consumables and hardware.
This service is intended for customers looking for total cost control and high level of aircraft readiness.
Price for this service is calculated per flight hour.

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7.4.3 HCare Infinite


The HCare Infinite program provides customers a fleet availability commitment from Airbus. It is a
turnkey solution, adapted to various customers' needs, enabling them to focus on flights while Airbus
takes care of supporting the fleet.
The program comprises material support, logistics management and technical services. It can be
extended to helicopter maintenance and airworthiness management.
Price for this service is usually calculated per flight hour.

7.4.4 Complementary Initial Provisioning of Spare Parts and Tools


Within that range, Airbus provides a customized initial provisioning package. It includes spare parts,
tools, test equipment, etc. to sustain helicopter operations for a defined initial period of time. The
dimensioning of the package is tailored according to the number of helicopters, operational bases,
flight hours per year and requested availability.

7.4.5 Logistics Assistance


Upon request, Airbus can propose an on-site logistics assistance through a Logistics Field
Representative (LFR) detached at customer premises or near the operational base, to optimize
logistics flows back and forth.
Thanks to unrivalled knowledge of internal processes and logistics tools / network, the LFR is the
privileged interface between the customer and Airbus. The LFR is able to assist the customer on
material and inventory management, logistics forecasting, order administration and will report on the
logistics activities.

7.4.6 Airbus Aircraft-On-Ground (AOG) Service


Airbus provides a twenty four hours a day/seven days a week and three hundred and sixty five days
per year (24/7/365) AOG service to guarantee an efficient service and respond quickly to any AOG
situation.
An Aircraft-On-Ground (AOG) service is available for spare orders. The order placed by the customer
shall cover an actual failure (and not a scheduled maintenance shortage) and may consist of up to 3
items per grounded aircraft listed in the Illustrated Parts Catalogue (IPC), except main assemblies, raw
materials, ingredients and hazardous material. In the case of direct part availability, the parts will be
immediately delivered under CIP (Incoterms 2010) conditions to the nearest international airport with
delivery times dependent on the region and export license requirements (normally 48 to 72 hours).
The AOG Department is responsible for answering to the following customer requests 24/7/365:

• 1st level troubleshooting and diagnosis assistance


• Part ordering with immediate information on part availability
• Part delivery, delivery of repair solution (even temporary) or any possible service to put helicopter
back to flight line.

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7.5 Engine Service and Support Programs


Always careful to maximize the efficiency of your operations and reduce your costs, Safran Helicopter
Engines, the engine manufacturer has developed and improved its service offering.
Safran Helicopter Engines puts at customers' disposal 32 Repair Centers across the globe,
supplemented by several new factory-authorized service facilities strategically located near customer's
operations.
Safran Helicopter Engines range of services covers:
• Classical Repair and Overhaul
• Standard Exchange
• AOG services
• By-the-Hour services
Within the By-the-Hour coverage, Safran Helicopter Engines developed specific maintenance
packages, as summarized hereafter.

Safran Helicopter Engines Global Support Package (GSP)


For military and parapublic missions, the aircraft must be operational at any time.
Safran Helicopter Engines GSP service includes an extensive range of options that can be tailored to
customers' needs.
To bring more reliability, safety and availability while controlling budget and cost, Safran Helicopter
Engines proposes to forge a real partnership through four service packages:
• Equipment availability and stock optimization: To control key parameters to reach results on stock
optimization and availability equipment.
• Up to Depot Level maintenance (from Level 2 to 4): To manage engine maintenance from level 2
to 4, with flying hours invoicing and guaranteed prices.
• Financial solutions: To bring visibility and help to finance operational needs.
• Support of "O" Level maintenance: To facilitate "O" Level maintenance execution.

Safran Helicopter Engines Support By-the-Hour (SBH)


Safran Helicopter Engines SBH is a comprehensive service for civilian missions, providing financial
and operational coverage for engine support.
• To customers choice, it can cover scheduled as well as unscheduled events, limiting exposure to
unexpected expenses.
• Customer "pay as customer flies": SBH provides a fixed cost per engine flight hour. It is directly
linked to customers' flight activity.
One SBH, many solutions: Safran Helicopter Engines SBH is one single name and concept offering
flexible and standard combinations between 4 dimensions:
• Coverage: scheduled and/or unscheduled events, with flexibility on some engine components.
Complete engine or modular maintenance.
• Availability: pool access option with standard exchange or rental
• Logistics: a choice of transport solutions
• Finance: different payment terms, contract duration

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SBH was made to be tailored to customer exact needs. Safran Helicopter Engines SBH benefits:
• Predictability: Control of budget and smooth of engine maintenance costs: expenses are clear and
predictable
• Flexibility: Safran Helicopter Engines SBH offers total modularity, to cover customers' exact needs
• Insurance: scheduled and/or unscheduled coverage, with risks partially transferred to Safran
Helicopter Engines
• Availability: effective replacement solutions including Standard Exchange, available through Safran
Helicopter Engines' worldwide pool
• Win-win: contractual commitments on hourly rates and lead times
• Visibility: clear view of combinations and options

Safran Helicopter Engines Operator Online Support (tools)


Customers' feedback has also allowed Safran Helicopter Engines to greatly improve tools, a website
dedicated to operator support. Safran Helicopter Engines Operator On Line Support is a fully
interactive website developed and programmed specifically for customer support needs. A portion of
the site is available to anyone seeking information regarding customer support services and activities.
The other portion of the site is exclusively available to clients, providing a wealth of information and
services, such as:
• Technical Publications
• Direct communication access with the needed resources
• On-line training
• A clear overview of all other Safran Helicopter Engines services such as second hand engines and
warranty
• ... and much more to serve customers

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7.6 HCare - Helicopter Maintenance

7.6.1 Aircraft Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO)


Airbus proposes a complete range of industry-leading Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO)
solutions such as: inspection, repair and overhaul capabilities for the full range of Airbus product range,
with optimized turn-around-times and cost-efficiency.
Approved by the most stringent airworthiness authorities in the world, Airbus industrial facilities ensure
the highest quality for the maintenance and repair actions of customers' fleet.
Works are performed by our teams of specialized and duly qualified technicians which technicity has
been built on long and diverse field experience on the worldwide fleet.
Airbus can perform the work within its facilities around the world or at customer premises.

7.6.2 On-Site Assistance


When requested, Airbus teams of skilled field service technicians provide the customer with world-
class support and enhanced services for aircraft maintenance, repairs and retrofits at customer's
premises. As part of this service Airbus technicians will bring the required parts and tools to carry out
the maintenance, repair and upgrade tasks on site.

7.6.3 Upgrades
Airbus proposes tailored solutions to increase customers' helicopter overall performance and reduce
its maintenance cost, contributing to harmonized fleet or role/mission change, the better to be prepared
for missions. Upgrades maintain aircraft at the latest version, benefitting from innovations and
advanced technology, perfectly adapted to customers' aircraft configuration and defined by Airbus
experienced design office teams. The portfolio of AH Standard Upgrades is available on customer
portal Keycopter, allowing direct order of kits or request of customized quotation.
The set of upgrades is regularly updated. This portfolio proposes number of equipment that may be
installed on helicopters after delivery from Airbus Helicopters in order to fulfil specific operational needs
or aircraft upgrades.
These equipment are either designed and certified by Airbus Helicopters as SB (Service Bulletin) or by
Airbus Helicopters customer centers or third parties as STC's (Supplementary Type Certificate).
Please note that some constraints may exist between optional equipment. Technical confirmation by
an Airbus Helicopters sales representative is recommended before submitting any purchase order.

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7.7 HCare - Technical Support

7.7.1 Technical Assistance


An Airbus Technical Representative can be detached at customers' base to perform On-the-Job
Training and ensure an efficient and safe start of the operations.
The on-site Technical Representative covers mainly the following activities:
• Daily relationship interface with the customer
• Aircraft assistance (explanation for usage of special maintenance tools and equipment)
• Troubleshooting (assistance in solving technical events and management of the process from the
diagnosis up to the solution)
• Interface with Airbus mother company (engineering support)
• Contribution to fleet technical knowledge management
• Local day-to-day recommendations to optimize the customer maintenance efficiency
• Safety (analysis of events in case of minor or major incidents to identify airworthiness impact)

7.7.2 Technical Expertise 24/7


Airbus will provide technical knowledge dedicated to your helicopters, aimed at supporting the safe and
reliable operations of the aircraft. A team of highly skilled engineers in close and daily relation with
design office is committed to answer any technical question. This group is also in charge to establish
technical improvements, recommendations for use, customer information (Service Bulletins,
Information Notices…), and is the focal point of contact for technical relation with Airbus.
Any technical question can be raised 24 hours/7 days, through our toll free number or our Keycopter
website for organizations using the internet (eRequests function).

7.7.3 Continuing Airworthiness Management (CAM) Services


Airbus consulting & training services improve operational performance of customers' fleet. Such
services can be complemented by CAM services offering diagnosis up to full implementation of a full
airworthiness follow-up organization.

7.7.4 eTechPub
Airbus provides the technical publications required for safe operations and cost-effective maintenance.
Airbus technical publications are available on Keycopter® portal within eTechpub service. An
interactive electronic browser, O.R.I.O.N, is available.
O.R.I.O.N. includes the maintenance and identification information and contains at minimum.
• Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM),
• System Description Section (SDS),
• Master Servicing Manual (MSM),
• Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC),
• Wiring Diagram Manual (WDM),
• Structure Repair Manual (SRM),
• Standard Practices Manual (SPM/MTC).
The technical publications are available in English. They include the latest information and are regularly
updated.

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Keycopter / eTechpub also provide access to the List Of Applicable Publications / Status Revision
Documentation (LOAP/SRD), Flight Manual (FLM), Pilot's Check List (PCL) and Master Minimum
Equipment List (MMEL).

Along with Keycopter / eTechpub, Airbus provides a hard copy of


• Flight Manual,
• Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL),
• Pilots-Checklist,
• Logbooks,
• Historical Record.
The delivery of hard copies may be cancelled without further notice in case of changes to the legal
requirements.
As chargeable option, the technical publications are also available on PDF format on Keycopter portal.
When online solutions do not fit to user constraints, physical means may be proposed as chargeable
options:
• O.R.I.O.N. light on USB Key, same content than O.R.I.O.N on line but with a reduced set of functions
• O.R.I.O.N. full on USB Key, same content than O.R.I.O.N on line but as local network solutions (full
functionalities)
• Hard copies
Selected Component Maintenance Manuals (CMM) are available on PDF format:
• On Keycopter / eTechpub as Online Component Maintenance Manual (OCMM),
• On USB key as Electronic Component Maintenance Manual (ECMM).
The engine documentation is provided by the engine manufacturer.

7.7.5 Technical Information Publication on Internet (T.I.P.I.)


The Technical Information Publication on Internet (T.I.P.I.) website is entirely dedicated to provide a
real-time issuing service for the following publications:
• Service Bulletin (SB), Alert Service Bulletin (ASB), Emergency Alert Service Bulletin (EASB),
Service Letter (SL), Information Notice (IN), Safety Information Notice (SIN), Technical Information
Letter (TIL), Flight Operations Briefing Note (FOBN),
• Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL),
• Technical Improvement Proposal (TIP),
• Revisions of Flight Manual (FLM).
The T.I.P.I. application is now also available for tablets and smartphones. The T.I.P.I. application
forsmartphones and tablets can be downloaded free of charge by following the link:
http://www.airbushelicopters.com/techpub/ or in a mobile equipment application stores (Apple store,
Play Store -formerly Android Market, etc.).

Main Features
• Each time one of the above listed publications is issued, the customer is automatically informed by
an e-mail.
• A small summary, already included in the e-mail, helps the customer to quickly understand the
subject.
• Small icons allow the customer to immediately identify the type of information received.
• The download of the publication in PDF format is possible after logging on the T.I.P.I. website.
• A keyword search tool is provided (aircraft family, type of publication, date of edition, etc.).
• Address: http://www.airbushelicopters.com/techpub/
The publications are available in English.

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7.8 HCare - Training & Flight Ops

Training
With over 50 years of experience, the Airbus helicopter training centers provide the world's leading
helicopter training for pilots and technicians, whether civilian or military.
Since 2011, a completely new blended learning process based on interactive learning with the latest
technology for theoretical and practical instruction is implemented. The instruction team is composed
of experts in their fields with the utmost operational experience and knowledge.
Although a lot of things have changed in the past 50 years Airbus major goal remains unchanged: to
stand up to customers' expectations and to contribute decisively to flight safety.
The course catalogue is designed to cover the full range of customers' training needs. Nevertheless,
Airbus can also provide customers' organization with the most effective training solution tailored to
customers' demand.
The high quality of Airbus training courses is assured by a very strict internal quality system and regular
audits by national authorities (EASA, FAA, DGAC, LBA, CAA, CAAC…). The main training centers are
certified to issue certificates according to EASA Part 147 and Part FCL.
Airbus has set up a network of 24 helicopter training centers and 23 Full Flight Simulators (FFS) all
over the world. Centers are equipped with multimedia classrooms. This includes computers overhead
projectors and state-of-the-art means such as Computer Aided Instruction (CAI), Computer Based
Training (CBT) or instructor lead presentation.
For detailed information refer to:
http://www.helicopters.airbus.com/website/en/ref/Training-&-Flight-Ops_72.html

AIRBUS HELICOPTERS NETWORK

Figure 7.1: HCare - Training Centers

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Basic H145 training course

COURSE TYPE COURSE REFERENCE THEORETICAL INSTRUCTION FLIGHT INSTRUCTION

Pilots Type Rating VFR 3 weeks 10 Fh

COURSE TYPE COURSE REFERENCE THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION

Airframe Type Rating B1.3 5 weeks


Technicians

Avionic Type Rating B2 4 weeks

Note: Training duration and content are given as information and depend on pilot or technician qualification or experience and
the configuration of the aircraft. Complementary courses may be required.

For detailed information refer to:

www.airbushelicopters.com/website/en/ref/Training-&-Flight-Ops_72.html

Engine Training Courses


Training courses dedicated to Engine Maintenance are organized by Safran Helicopter Engines
Academy and approved centers the world over.
Up-to-date course calendars, on-line tests and e-learning modules are also available on the Safran
Helicopter Engines Operator On-Line Support (tools web site).

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7.9 Flight Operations Services


This set of services activities aims at answering all operational related constraints and issues met by
pilots and operations departments.

7.9.1 Pilot Assistance (on site)


Through on-site pilot assistance, Airbus provides customers' pilots complementary knowledge on their
new helicopter and also on how to master the associated mission systems and equipment in
customer's specific operational environments.

Available for civil and military operations, it is built according to customer's specific needs and is held
at customer's desired location. This pilot assistance can be provided at helicopter delivery, and also
upon request at any time.

7.9.2 Crew Help Desk (on-line support)


The Crew Help Desk provides answers to queries relative to best knowledge and operation of the
helicopter among e.g. regulations, aircrew publications, aircraft limitations, performance, procedures/
operations and systems. The Crew Help Desk support is ensured through the worldwide Airbus
network. This service is provided free of charge. Any question can be raised 24/7 through our toll free
number or our Keycopter website for organizations using the internet (eRequest function).

7.9.3 Pilots Check-list - PCL - (Operational Documentation)


The PCL presents abbreviated standard operating procedures based on the helicopter flight manual
(FLM) or the Flight Crew Operating Manual (FCOM).

The PCL does not replace nor supersede the current FLM/FCOM. It is updated in accordance with the
corresponding FLM/FCOM revisions when applicable. The PCL is provided in PDF/paper format, in
English language.

7.9.4 Flight Ops Briefing Note - FOBN - (Operational Documentation)


Customers Flight Ops Department publishes on Customer or Internal request briefing note to address
Fleet Safety and Ops Procedures needs.
The FOBN are distributed free of charge on T.I.P.I.

7.9.5 Flight Crew Operating Manual - FCOM - (Operational Documentation)


The FCOM is issued as a guideline for operators to develop their own Standard Operating Procedures
in accordance with applicable requirements. It is designed for a specific model, type of operation and
configuration.
In any case, the approved Flight Manual remains the only official document with regards to certification
authorities.

7.9.6 Safety Management System (SMS) Services


A Safety Management System (SMS) is a structured approach to safety management, which
encompasses the organizational structures, responsibilities, policies and procedures necessary in
order to ensure safe operations of a company.
Airbus Helicopters International Services (AHIS) consulting division can support the introduction of
SMS in Customer's organization. AHIS consulting experts have extensive operational and technical
knowledge and can provide practical solutions tailored to customer's needs.

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7.10 HCare - Connected Services


Two families of essential service package (available online or locally) accessible through Keycopter
website and/or the e-Apps Apple store:

7.10.1 HCare Flight


For efficient flight preparation
• Flight Planner: Airbus all-in-one portable Electronic Flight Bag for mission planning on ground and
mission execution in flight, running on rugged windows tablet.
• Flight Perfo: separate iOS app for Performance computation
• Flight Balance: separate iOS app for Weight and Balance computation

7.10.2 HCare Fleet


More dedicated to support maintenance operations and for a smarter fleet management.
• Fleet Keeper® application: The full e-solution by Airbus for your Technical Log Book linking Flight
Operations, Airworthiness and Maintenance Crew (mobile and Web-based).
• Monitor & control fleet status in real-time
• Record flight reports
• Manage technical events
• Envision nGen: Airbus trusted solution for aviation management. Powerful all-inclusive software
developed for operators in need of a complete Maintenance Information System. This tool is
customizable across various modules, and covers any activity related to helicopter operations.

7.10.3 HCare for Helionix


With eAvionics Airbus proposes a set of system and software services:
System and configuration management services:
• Support, services or tools related to the system & software configuration management
• The configuration management of the loadable/configurable equipment is fully managed in the
technical documentation (Technical Logbook, IPC, SB).
Loading and logistic services:
• Spare & repair (preloaded equipment)
• Customer software loading package (loading tool, documentation, training, software distribution).
The loading tool provides customers with autonomy for loading/configuring their equipment.
• Equipment loading service in Airbus network
• Equipment loading by Airbus at customer premises
Software maintenance services:
• Airbus proposes software maintenance services consisting in regular maintenance releases.

Failure Management (Diagnosis & eDynamic Troubleshooting)


An online tool accessible via Keycopter which shall help you solve any observed issues with the H/C
in a quick and efficient manner. The failure codes recorded within Helionix are available via the online
Diagnosis Report and/or Helionix Maintenance Page. The eDynamic Troubleshooting helps to isolate
the root cause, either by using the failure codes, or by looking for symptoms.
Prerequisite to use the diagnosis report is a data exchange with Airbus via the MGS.
Full offline eDynamic Troubleshooting: for customers not able to share their aircraft data via the MGS
and /or having no web access, an offline version of the eDynamic Troubleshooting is available on
request.

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Aerodata
This service provides databases and tools for the following enhanced awareness functions of Helionix
hosted in the Multi-Functional Display (MFD):
• Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System (H-TAWS)
• Moving map (DMAP)
• Synthetic Vision System (SVS)

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8 Abbreviations

Abbreviation Meaning
AAT Air Ambulance Technologies
AC Alternating Current
ACS Airconditioning System
ACU Audio Control Unit
ADELT Automatic Deployable Emergency Locator Transmitter
ADF Automatic Direction Finder
ADS Aeronautical Data Service
ADS-B Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast
AEL Aerolite
AEO All Engines Operative
AFCS Automatic Flight Control System
AFT Aft
AGL Altitude above Ground Level
AHIS Airbus Helicopters International Services
AHDL Airbus Helicopters Data Loader
AHRS Attitude and Heading Reference Sensors
AM Amplitude Modulation
AMC Aircraft Management Computer
AMLCD Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display
AMM Aircraft Maintenance Manual
ANR Active Noise Reduction
AOG Aircraft On Ground
ASB Alert Service Bulletin
BAE British Aerospace Electronic
BFE Buyer Furnished Equipment
CAA Civil Aviation Authority
CAAC Civil Aviation Administration of China
CAI Computer Aided Instruction
Cat. A Category A
CBT Computer Based Training
CCP Cockpit Control Panel
CECG Corrosion and Erosion Control Guide
CIP Carriage Insurance Paid
CMM Component Maintenance Manual
COM Communication
CVFDR Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder
DA Density Altitude
DC Direct Current
DGAC Direction générale de l'aviation civile
DMAP Digital MAP
DME Distance Measuring Equipment
DP Dual Pilot
DTD Data Transfer Device

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Abbreviation Meaning
DTU Data Transfer Unit
DVCS Digital Voice Control System
EASA European Aviation Safety Agency
EASB Emergency Alert Service Bulletin
EBH Exchange By-the-Hour
ECMM Electronic Component Maintenance Manual
ECS Environmental Control System
ELT Emergency Locator Transmitter
EMS Emergency Medical Service
EOS Electro Optical System
EPNdB Effective Perceived Noise decibels
FAA Federal Aviation Administration
FADEC Full Authority Digital Engine Control
FAR Federal Aviation Regulations
FBH Full By-the-Hour
FCL Flight Crew Licensing
FCA Free Carrier
FCOM Flight Crew Operating Manual
FDCR Flight Data Continuous Recorder
FDS Flight Display Subsystem
FFS Full Flight Simulator
FLI First Limit Indicator
FLM Flight Manual
FMS Flight Management System
FND Flight and Navigation Display
FNPT Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer
FWD Forward
GPS Global Positioning System
GSE Ground Support Equipment
GSM Global Systems Mobile
GSP Global Support Package
H/C Helicopter
HD High Definition
HDLL High Definition Low Light
HEC Human External Cargo
HEELS Helicopter Emergency Egress Lighting System
HEMS Helicopter Emergency Medical Service
HF High Frequency
HFDM Helicopter Flight Data Monitoring
HICAMS Helicopter Intensive Care Medical Service
HIGE Hover In Ground Effect
HMI Human Machine Interface
HMS Health Monitoring System
HOGE Hover Out of Ground Effect
HP High Pressure
HPPE High Performance Polyethylen

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Abbreviation Meaning
H-TAWS Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System
IAS Indicated Airspeed
IBF Inlet Barrier Filter
IC Inter Communication
ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization
IESI Integrated Electronic Standby Instrument
IFR Instrument Flight Rules
ILS Instrument Landing System
IMC Instrument Meteorological Conditions
IMU Inertial Measurement Unit
IN Information Notice
IPC Illustrated Parts Catalog
IR Infra Red
ISA International Standard Atmosphere
ITAR International Traffic in Arms Regulations
KCAS Knots Calibrated Airspeed
KIAS Knots Indicated Airspeed
KTAS Knots True Airspeed
LARS Lightweight Aircraft Recording System
LBA Luftfahrt Bundesamt
LED Light Emitting Diode
LFR Logistics Field Representative
LH Left Hand
LOAP List Of Applicable Publication
max. Maximum
MCP Maximum Continuous Power
MFD Multifunction Display
MGS Maintenance Ground Station
MKR Marker
MLD Missile Launch Detector
MMEL Master Minimum Equipment List
MRO Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul
MSM Master Servicing Manual
MTC Manuel Techniques Courantes
MTOW Maximum Takeoff Weight
MWIR Medium-Wave Infra Red
NAV Navigation
NVG Night Vision Goggles
NVIS Night Vision Imaging System
OAT Outside Air Temperature
OCMM Online Component Maintenance Manual
OEI One Engine Inoperative
OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer
OPS Operations
PA Pressure Altitude
PAX Passenger

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Abbreviation Meaning
PBH Parts By the Hour
PC Personal Computer
PCL Pilot's Check List
PFD Primary Flight Display
PGS Professional Ground Station
PNG Polycon New Generation
RAMT Reliability, Availability and Maintainability/Testability
RBH Repair By the Hour
R/D Rate of Descent
Ref. Reference
Rev. Revision
RH Right Hand
RIA Retractable Interface Adapter
RNP Required Navigation Performance
RPM Revolutions Per Minute
SAR Search and Rescue
SB Service Bulletin
SBAS Satellite Based Augmentation System
SBH Support By the Hour
SDS System Description Section
SIN Safety Information Notice
SL Sea Level
SL Service Letter
SLL Service Life Limit
SMS Safety Management System
SPM Standard Practices Manual
SRD Status Revision Documentation
SRM Structure Repair Manual
STANAG Standardization Agreement
STC Supplemental Type Certificate
SVS Synthetic Vision System
SWIR Short Wave Infra Red
TAM Three Axis Magnetometers
TAS Traffic Advisory System
TAS True Airspeed
TAT Turn Around Time
TBO Time Between Overhaul
TCCA Transport Canada Civil Aviation
TCI Time Change Item
TIL Technical Information Letter
TIP Technical Improvement Proposal
TOP Takeoff Power
TX Transmit
UK United Kingdom
ULM Ultra Low Maintenance
UMS Usage Monitoring System

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Abbreviation Meaning
UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
US United States
USA United States of America
VBR Best Range Speed
VDC Volt Direct Current
VH Fast Horizontal Speed
VFR Visual Flight Rules
VHF Very High Frequency
VMMS Vector Mast Moment System
VMS Vehicle Monitoring System
VMS Vehicle Management System
VNE Never-Exceed Speed
VOR VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range
VTOL Vertical Takeoff and Landing
VY Best Rate of Climb Speed
WDM Wiring Diagram Manual

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Manufacturer´s Notes

This document provides general information on the description, specification, weights, dimensions and
performance data of helicopters manufactured by Airbus Helicopters and on related services and
support. Depending on the exactly selected configuration and/or the respective mission profile, these
data may vary. For specific, individual performance data and operating limitations reference shall be
made to the approved flight manual and all appropriate documents.
The operational or certification regulations, as defined by competent local authorities, may require as
compulsory the installation of some of the recommended or further available equipment as listed in this
document, with present document however not being meant to be comprehensive in terms of all
worldwide operational requirements. The operator shall be responsible to clarify with its respective
local authorities that any potential configuration of the helicopter complies with the regulatory
requirements for the area of operation and/or type of mission.
The Airbus Helicopters product policy aims at continuous product improvements. Therefore Airbus
Helicopters reserves the right to make data changes at any time without any notice being given with
reference to present issue of this document. The depicted images (i.e. photos, 3D-pictures, general
drawings, diagrams or similar) are for illustration purposes only.

The facts and figures contained in this document and expressed in good faith shall not constitute any
offer from or the acceptance of an offer leading to a contract with Airbus Helicopters.
Airbus Helicopters' logo, H145®, EC145®, Fleet keeper®, Fenestron®, Helionix®, HCare® and
Keycopter® are registered trademarks of Airbus Helicopters.

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