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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Fostering safety culture worldwide
Airbus representatives played an active role in the Vertical Aviation Safety Team (VAST) 2022 Global Conference which took place early October 2022 in the USA. Their presence in this event is in line with Airbus Helicopters’ dedication to safety and involvement in VAST.
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Safety Innovation #5: Runway Overrun Prevention System (ROPS) and Runway Safety Suite
Runway excursions during the landing phase represent one of the largest categories of accidents in air transport, amounting to approximately 20 percent of all reported occurrences. To avoid such accidents caused by a variety of factors during the approach and landing phases Airbus has created a Runway Safety Suite.
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Safety Innovation #4: Engine Back-up System (EBS)
Our industry has made huge progress in safety since the 1950s, and technology has contributed significantly to this evolution. Airbus continues to innovate, as demonstrated by the EBS recently developed by Airbus Helicopters.
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