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MDSS0021PR11

28 September 2011

MRO Military Europe Conference

A400M SustainmentOverview of planned A400M In-Service SupportPresented by Stephan St h MIEGEL Head of A400M Customer Services Airbus Military

DRAFT

MDSS0018PR11

May 2011

Content

1. 2. 3. 4. 4 5.

A400M Programme Overview Main Support Design Characteristics A400M Maintenance Concept A400M M i t Maintenance S Support S l ti t Solutions A400M MRO Network

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1. A400M Programme Overview g

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The Most Versatile High Capacity AirlifterSelf Protection Optimized for tactical operations in hostile environments Air-to-Air Refuelling Fast-jets and helicopters

Aerial Delivery Airdrop of paratroops and load at high and low altitudes

Tactical T/O & Landing Operations from unprepared airfield Autonomous ground operation

Able to operate in the most varied environments aried en ironments

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Specifications

42.4 m 139 ft 14.7 m 48 ft

45.1 m 148 ft

Maximum Take-Off Weight Maximum Landing Weight Maximum Payload Maximum Fuel Weight Maximum Range (Ferry) Cruise S C i Speed Range dR

141 000 kg 122 000 kg 37 000 kg 50 500 kg 4700 nm Mach 0.68 0.72 M h 0 68 0 72

310 850 lb 268 960 lb 81 570 lb 111 330 lb 8700 km

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Customer Base8 Countries 8 Operators 174 Aircraft

Belgium 7

France 50

Germany Luxembourg Malaysia 53 1 4

Spain 27

Turkey United Kingdom 10 22

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A400M Programme Schedule Overview2011 2011Series Series Productiono oduct o oduct Productio n Launch Launch

2012 2012

2013 2016 2016 2017 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015

2018 2017

2019 2018

IOC IOC TC TC

First First Delivery Delivery

SOC1.5 SOC1.5

SOC2 SOC2

SOC2.5 SOC2.5

SOC3 SOC3

SOC1 SOC1

MSN7 MSN6 MSN7 MSN6 FF FF FF FF

Series Production

7 TU 1st Delivery

st FR 1st Delivery FR 1 Delivery

46 UK 1 st Delivery18 22

SP 1st Delivery

TU

1st

Delivery9

16

UK

1st

SP 1st Delivery

133

DeliveryBE(LU) 1 st Delivery

DE 1 Delivery

DE 1st Delivery st MY 1st Delivery

BE(LU) 1st DeliveryProgramme target Programme target Internal Milestone Internal Milestone

MY 1st Delivery

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2. Main Support Design Characteristics pp g

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A400M ReliabilityAirbus A320 Family Fleet Operational Reliability (%)100

A320

98.798

A319 A321 Entry into service96

94

Airbus A320 Family Fleet totals more than 31 million flight hours 18 million take-offs

A400M Reliability based on A320 fleet experience

92

1990

1995

2000

2010

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A400M - Maintenance Programme

Maintenance IntervalsLine (A-Check) Base Base (C-check) (C-check) Depot (D-Check)

Maintenance Downtime in 12 years

EFFECT60 Days 150 Days 24 Months 72 Months

~ 84 Days

and resulting in significant reductions in Life Cycle Costs compared with current air transport aircraft.

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Deployed A400M OperationsMaintenance-Free Operating PeriodsMaintenance-Free Operating Period design concept minimises corrective maintenance in the field, ensuring: g 15 days Maintenance-Free Operating Period during autonomous operation with minimum of servicing, supported by a Short Deployment Kit stowed on board, can be accomplished by Load-Master

150 days / 500FH without Scheduled Maintenance during autonomous operation supported by Ground Kit and Long Deployment Kit containing ground equipment, spares and standard tools for corrective maintenance.

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3. A400M Maintenance Concept p

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A400M Maintenance ConceptMaintenance Concept - Principles

Assumed Operation Environment (Location) At MOBIt is the base of operation of the A/C located in the Nations home state. Equipped with operational and maintenance facilities necessary AGE and personnel to at facilities,least Maintenance Level 1, and logistic means.

At DOBIt is a temporary base outside MOB, where logistic capabilities of MOB are not availablefor i f immediate use b t equipped t receive and support a certain number of A/C . di t but i d to i d t t i b f A/Cs

At FOSIt is an operating strip without any personnel, operating facilities and AGE. Therefore the A/C should be operated autonomously p y

These are the assumed common conditions, when Nation support solution is known the specific solution established will be adapted based on these principles.

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A400M Maintenance ConceptMaintenance Concept - Principles

A.Maintenance Levels.(Detailed in the following slides) A LevelsLevel 1 Maintenance (ML1) Level 2 Maintenance (ML2) Level 3 Maintenance (ML3)

B.Maintenance Activities Categorisation.Preventive Maintenance. Scheduled Maintenance. Predictive Maintenance. Corrective Maintenance. Deferred Maintenance. Immediate Corrective Actions Specific Maintenance. Activities to recover the A/C form the occurrence of abnormal events ( ABDR, HardLanding, Bird Strike,etc)

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A400M Maintenance ConceptMaintenance Level 1 ML1 Ground Handling and Servicing. Flight Servicing. Corrective, Preventive and Specific Maintenance that will be performed in the Flight Line.

Following conditions /situations are considered, among others, for ML1 :

ML1 maintenance activities will performed during short deployment -except preventive except maintenance (*) when A/C is operated autonomously. ML1 maintenance activities will be performed during long deployment -except preventive maintenance (*) when A/C is operated and supported at a DOB. ML1 maintenance activities will be performed at a MOB in appropriate hangar or at the apron. p pp p g p

Acquisition of this capability means availability of qualified personnel, means and facilities. Also necessary interfacing capabilities shall be considered. Separated considerations shall b d h ll be done f d l for deployed conditions. d diti

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A400M Maintenance Concept.Maintenance Level 2 ML2 Corrective, Preventive and Specific Maintenance that will be performed at a MOB or MRO. Tasks beyond the ones accomplished at ML1 to facilitate the return of the A/C to its operational condition.

Following conditions /situations are considered, among others, for ML2 :

During ML2 maintenance the A/C will be unavailable for flight. g g On A/C in a hangar at least properly equipped for ML2. Off A/C in specialized workshops. For major troubleshooting or specific maintenance by team(s) of specialists with appropriate means and tools in the operational area p With trained and qualified, specialised technicians with the required skills.

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A400M Maintenance Concept.Maintenance Level 2 Short Description. (Contd) As a brief scoping of the ML2 activities following table could be used as a reference: activities,

ML2OnA/C(*)CChecksandmultiples,excluding4Cand 8C,includingsystemsfunctionalchecksandstructural 8C i l di t f ti l h k d t t l visualinspections(ie.Zonal Program) Applicablepredictivemaintenance,asderivedfromthe A/Cstatus. CorrectiveMaintenanceanddeferredmaintenance(as Corrective Maintenance and deferred maintenance (as applicabletomaintenancevisit). ModificationsEmbodiment(SBEmbodiment) Reworksandrepairs(asapplicabletomaintenancelevel) .

ML2OffA/COffA/CLRUmaintenance,diagnosisandrepairby replacementofmajormodulesand/orSRUs. l t f j d l d/ SRU Modificationsembodiment(SBsembodiment) Enginedisassemblyandenginere work. Engine disassembly and engine rework ..

(*) Block Checks concept for scheduled maintenance is used as a reference for the description.

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A400M Maintenance Concept.Maintenance Level 3 ML3 Corrective, Preventive and Specific Maintenance that will be performed at a MOB or MRO . Tasks beyond the ones accomplished at ML1 and ML2 that will be performed through the use of more extensive facilities, skills and materials to facilitate the return of the A/C to its operational condition. Following conditions /situations are considered, among others, for ML3 :

During ML3 maintenance the A/C will be unavailable for flight. g g On Nations appropriately equipped facilities or /and Airbus Military MRO or/and Airbus Militarys Service Providers. On Airbus Militarys Supplier repair facilities (OEM) With trained and qualified, specialised technicians with the required skills. q , p q

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A400M Maintenance Concept. Maintenance Level 3 Short Description. (Contd) As a brief scoping of the ML3 activities following table could be used as a reference: activities,

ML3OnA/C(*)Preventive4Cand8Cchecks,includingheavy structuralinspections(fatigue,corrosion,NDTs) t t li ti (f ti i NDT ) Applicablepredictivemaintenance,asderivedfromthe A/Cstatus. CorrectiveMaintenanceanddeferredmaintenance(as applicabletomaintenancevisit). applicable to maintenance visit) ModificationsEmbodiment(SBEmbodiment) Reworksandrepairs(asapplicabletomaintenancelevel) Removalofmainequipmentforoverhaulandrestoration. .

ML3OffA/COffA/CLRUandSRUmaintenance,diagnosisand repair. i Reworkandrepairofenginecomponents(inside modules) Manufacturingofdesignateditems. Designandmanufactureofparticularrepairs. ModificationEmbodiment

..

(*) Block Checks concept for scheduled maintenance is used as a reference for the description.

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A400M Maintenance Concept.Maintenance Programme Framework. Maint. Maint Program Preventive Maintenance will be based in the Initial Maintenance Program (MRBR) and Certification derived scheduled requirements. During the life of the A/C these requirements will evolve with the design and in service experience acquired.

The current Interval Frameworks used for the assessment of the Scheduled Maintenance are as follows : PfSS Minimum Limits Concept / Block A Check C Check Fatigue Corrosion C i Threshold /Interval 400FH /5 Months 15 Months 5000FC /2500FC 5Y /10Y PPH Framework Goals Concept UsageP.Targets CalendarTargets Fatigue Corrosion Threshold/Interval From500FHto From3Moto60Mo 5000FC/2500FC 6Y/12Y

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4. A400M Maintenance Support Solutions Considerations (Approaches f In-Country S l ti (A h for I C t Solutions) )

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ISS Services Approach A400M Customer Services based on the discussions held with all the Nations inpreparation of the ISS Solutions has taken the initiative to develop an ISS services approach based on the following principles:

1. Provide first class support designed for military specific needs with the same qualityof customer services that has led Airbus to become a preferred supplier to the worlds airlines.

2. Keep the Global Approach concept: develop a common set of ISS servicesapplicable for all customers, even with ISS arrangements established on a Nationby-Nation basis, with the benefit of optimizing the overall ISS services development.

3. Recognize that ISS Services for each Nation must reflect differing operationalrequirements, service performance levels, industrial solutions and schedules.

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ISS Solutions Deployment and Implementation Integration Concept /Modular approachISS Support Solutions (Performance Based Solution Concepts) ( p )

A400M ISS Airbus Milit tary

Tech. Information Services

Tech. Support Services

Material Support Services

Aircraft Maintenance & Repair Services

A400M Support Services

Training Services

Entry Into Service

Fleet Management & Operations

Supplier Support Services

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Maintenance Support SolutionsSupport Solutions Possible ScenariosIn Country There are many possible scenarios for the Maintenance solution for a National / In-Country Support solution in accordance with the expected Customer requirements and Airbus Military Needs.

In the following slides some of the most representative models currently being discussed by AirbusMilitary with Nations are p y presented ( examples). (3 p )

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Maintenance Support SolutionsMaintenance Levels Allocation MOB Op. O Operat. ML1 ML2 On ML2 ML2 Off ML3 On ML3 ML3 Off

Air Force

Air Force

Airbus Military OEM Princi ple AIMProvide r(s)

Airbus Military (AIM) OEMPrinciple

AIM MROSpec. Capabiliti es

MOB ML1 () Support(*) (AIM)

ML2 g Sharing (AIM)

Air Force M i t Maintenance Capabilities (MOB ML2 off)

The different allocation of the MLs responsibility has a direct impact on the model of solution to be used and in the feasibility of achievement of a defined Performance based concept by the service provider. AIRBUS Military. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document.

Maintenance Support SolutionsCore Approaches 1 : Maintenance Levels Allocation MOB Op. O Operat. ML1 ML2 On ML2 ML2 Off ML3 On ML3 ML3 Off

Air Force

Airbus Military (AIM) OEM AIM AIM MROPrinci ple

Airbus Military (AIM) OEMPrinciple

Provid er(s)

MOB ML1 pp ( ) Support(*) (AIM)

Air ForceMaintenance Capabilities p (MOB ML2 off)

AIM MROSpec. Capabiliti es

The different allocation of the MLs responsibility has a direct impact on the model of solution to be used and in the feasibility of achievement of a defined Performance based concept by the service provider. AIRBUS Military. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document.

Maintenance Support SolutionsCore Approaches 1 : Maintenance Levels Allocation MOB Op. O Operat. ML1 ML2 On ML2 ML2 Off ML3 On ML3 ML3 Off

Air Force

Airbus Military (AIM) OEM AIM AIM MROPrinci ple

Airbus Military (AIM) OEMPrinciple

Provid er(s)

MOB ML1 pp ( ) Support(*) (AIM)

Airbus Military (AIM) Maintenance Capabilities (MOB ML2 off)

AIM MROSpec. Capabiliti es

The different allocation of the MLs responsibility has a direct impact on the model of solution to be used and in the feasibility of achievement of a defined Performance based concept by the service provider. AIRBUS Military. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document.

4. A400M MRO Network

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A400M MRO & Maintenance Services

28 Oct 2010

Airbus Military MRO Network Concept (1/6) Needs of Development of MRO Network Concept. Ensure worldwide support for Airbus Military Fleets. New Airbus Military Products / Platforms about EIS. (A400M, MRTTs) ( , ) Customers are in the move to concentrate in their Mission looking for a full support to the fleet (FISS/FSA) High Performance required by Customer in terms of quality, effectiveness and efficiency. Optimization of Investments, resources and increase of flexibility is mandatory. p , y y

Airbus Military MRO Network Goals To be Known as the most efficient Fleet Support entity worldwide Provide an efficient and a full integrated support to customer mission achieving mission, recognition of Airbus Military as a competitive provider of Maintenance Services for Airbus and non Airbus Military Platforms and Products Enhance Customer Satisfaction answering more diverse and extreme customer requirements i Increase capability of developing new Maintenance Services obtaining more efficiency and flexibility, being able of implement National tailored Service Solutions for Airbus Military Customers. Coordination and implementation of maximum synergies with Airbus network29 AIRBUS Military. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document.

A400M MRO & Maintenance Services

28 Oct 2010

Airbus Military MRO Network Concept (2/6) Airbus Military MRO Network ConceptGroup of selected Maintenance Support and MRO Service Providers sustaining close support and cooperation with Airbus Military for the Services Business on regards Maintenance and Maintenance Support and fully coordinated with the Airbus MRO Network. Network

External and Internal MRO Services Providers will be included in the MRO Network by compliance of the established admission conditions. All Members of MRO network will be subject to a defined contractual scheme. Inside the MRO Network members, Airbus Military will identify a group of preferred /core Service Providers that will have, after the compliance of dedicated additional conditions, specific /additional allocation of works acting/used as core Airbus Military capabilities for Maintenance Services.

Capabilities Pool for supporting/sustain the Airbus Military Services Model.A400M High Level Maintenance Services ModelA400M Customers

AIRBUS MRO Network

Custo mer 1

Custo mer 2

Custo mer 3

Custo mer n

MSG Mngmt.

MSG Engineering

MSG Global Programming

MSG National Del. (MSK) Feedback

Support Solution t Ope eration

Airbus Military MRO Network

Airbus Military 1

Joint Venture

TIER 1

XXX

XXX

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(Knowledge / Performance)

Members under Airbus GTAs

Airbus Military Core MRO Network

AIRBUS MILITARY (Prime e)

A400M Programme (Management Level)

Airbus Military -Operative CoCs (Management Level and Core Operations / Fleet Knowledge)

A400M MRO & Maintenance Services

28 Oct 2010

Airbus Military MRO Network Concept (3/6)Airbus Military MRO Network Membership Adherence Conditions. Enabling Conditions for MRO Network Membership. Compliance with Quality Standards (Baseline EASA-FAR 145 requirements), Airworthiness ( EASA FAR requirements) Baseline & Local) standards (See Annex 1) and Security regulations and requirements (baseline program and local) as required (See Annex 2) Acceptance of assessment / audit requirements of Airbus Military. (A1068 as guidelines) Able and willing to implement/support Airbus Military requirements on Operational, Organisational and IS/IT subjects. O i ti l d bj t Acceptance / Commitment to support Lessons Learnt Process and Benchmarking practices to support Performance Continuous Improvement . Accept the possibility of Airbus Military to manage the Global Workload.

Adherence Conditions for MRO Network Membership. Able to accept the Enabling Conditions above. Commitment two (2) Airbus Military Platforms Models. Capable and willing to support Airbus Military for Maintenance , Repair and EmbodimentServices and in at least other (1) Maintenance Services Domain. Capable to support Airbus Military in FISS/FSA (PBH) Services and In-Country Support Solutions, if requested. Capable and willing to support Airbus Military for different Nations Military Customers.

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A400M MRO & Maintenance Services

28 Oct 2010

Airbus Military MRO Network Concept (4/6)Airbus Military Core MRO Service Providers Additional Conditions.Compliance of adherence conditions. Capable and committed to support Airbus Military in ALL Maintenance Services Domains as MRO onrequest. request Capable and committed to support Airbus Military in FISS/FSA ( PBH) Services and In-Country Support Solutions (as main provider and on request). Capable and committed to support Airbus Military for ALL Different Nation Military Customers in the Region. quality, Region ( quality regulatory and Security requirements + specific customers requirements) requirements). Committed to implement/support Airbus Military requirements on Operational, Organisational and IS/IT subjects.

Airbus Military MRO Network Exclusions Exclusions.Organisations providing only engineering services or logistic services or materiel managementservices or AGE services or IS /IT tools for maintenance and/or technical data management .

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A400M MRO & Maintenance Services

28 Oct 2010

Airbus Military MRO Network Concept (5/6)MRO Network Contractual Concept ( and growth to Support Solutions).Annex Annex Purchase Agreement Annex

General Terms Agreements (GTAs)Under this U d thi contractual f t t l frame work the general conditions f MRO k th l diti for Services shall be defined and shall be agreed with the MRO Service Provider entering into the Airbus Military MRO Network.Note: Key to ensure an efficient use of this Airbus Military MRO Network is to define general Q-Requirements (e.g. based on EASA Part 145) acceptable by all Nations (or future A400M Customers)

General Terms Agreement

(G) (T) (A)

Quality Requirements q

Annexes

Purchase Agreement

(P) (A)

Project Spec. Requirements (eg. Work Package,)

Nation's MRO / Single Service EventSpecific requirements for Nation's MRO Solution definedand agreed within a Purchase Agreement (PA) Single Service Event defined by the corresponding Work package, negotiated price, TAT and agreed by an Purchase Agreement (PA).

(for the specific Project)

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A400M MRO & Maintenance Services

28 Oct 2010

Airbus Military MRO Network Concept (6/6)MRO Network Initial Deployment Targets (Internal). These targets are the ones to be obtained in a established period oforder to consider the MRO Network as an implemented concept. 60 Months ( 2010-2015) in

All MROs supporting/ performing Airbus Military FISS and In-Country Solutions to join the AM MRONetwork (as per defined schedule). Deployment and availability (on-time, on-quality) for the existing Airbus Military commitments for new fleets support as per contractual requirements(Basic Support for Airbus Military Commitments). Deployment of necessary Airbus Military organisation and processes to support Network. Initial Limited Number of Members Target 2011: 2 MROs (A400M requirement). Target 2015: 4/5 MROs (A400M requirement). Establish an effective operative way of working and solid contractual scheme. Homogeneous membership among selected MROs. Network Model and Processes adaptation among Airbus and Airbus Military needs.

Ensuring the coming platforms EIS and the ongoing offered In-Country / National solutions for : A400M Program EIS and OCCAR Customers contracting a National Support Solution. Airbus Military Offers for other Platforms. y

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A400M Sustainment - SummaryThe A400M offers the same high quality of ISS to military customers as expected by commercial airlines : Minimum Maintenance Downtime

Maximum Aircraft Mobility and Utilization Customized ISS Products and Services Maximum Availability + Low Life M i A il bilit L Lif Cycle Costs

A400M: the airlifter for the 21st Century

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May 2011

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List of abbreviationsA/C ABCM ACOC APU CF ATLN CPO CR CW CWB EBCU EVAC FAA FAL FT FTH FTO GRS HTP HQ ICP IFA JAA Aircraft Alternate Brake Control Manifold Air Cooled Oil Cooler Auxiliary Power Unit Center Fuselage Alternate Central Programme Office Change Request Calendar week Central Wing Box Emergency braking control unit Evacuation Federal Aviation Administration Final Assembly Line Flight Tests Flight Test Hours Flight Test Objectives Guide Restrain System Horizontal Tail Plane Handling Qualities Integrated Control Panel Integrated Fuselage Assembly Joint Ai J i t Airworthiness Authority thi A th it LG LS Mod MSN NBCM NF OTC OWB PAG PEPDC PTD RF R/I RTD RTO S&IT SS St T/O VSS V/UHF VTP WFF Landing Gear Lower Shells Modification Manufacturer Serial Number Normal Brake Control Manifold Nose Fuselage Operational Test Card Outer Wing Box Premium A t GMBH P i Aerotec Primary Electrical Power Distribution Center Paratroopers Door Rear Fuselage Removal/ Installation Remain to do Rejected Take Off Systems and Integration (Engineering Organization) Side Shells Station Take Off Stick Shaker Speed Very Ultra High Frequency Vertical Tail Plane Wing Fuselage F i i Wi F l Fairing

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