Our number one goal is the continued safe flight and mission completion of everyone – and everything – that flies aboard an Airbus product: from passengers, flight crew and mission specialists, military personnel, cargo, and humanitarian relief supplies on aircraft and rotorcraft; to satellites and spacecraft that keep the world connected and explore the mysteries of deep space.

Millions of people put their trust in the Airbus brand each year, and we know this does not come lightly. It was earned, and continues to be earned, based on decades of experience and millions of flight hours.

Airbus strives to meet the highest safety levels to support the safe operation of all our aircraft and products. Our dedication to safety and quality is reflected across the company – from design, engineering and production to maintenance, training and support.


 

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Safety innovation #2: The Fenestron
In this series, we revisit some of the innovations that have provided a significant step change in improving the safety of our products. This installment talks about the Fenestron, one of Airbus Helicopters’ most recognisable innovations.
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Safety innovation #1: Fly-by-wire (FBW)
In this series, we revisit some of the innovations that have provided a significant step change in improving the safety of our products, starting with fly-by-wire.
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VRM Switzerland and Airbus Helicopters work together to qualify under EASA regulations the world’s first H125 virtual reality simulator
EASA, VRM Switzerland and Airbus Helicopters have officially opened the door to new standards in helicopter pilot training by qualifying an Airbus Helicopters H125 flight training device (FTD) Level 3 with Virtual Reality (VR) technology at Helitrans in Norway. This training device is approved by Airbus Helicopters and meets FTD Level 3 requirements. It will be used for pilot training and will provide training credits.
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