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AW119Kx

Base erea IV Brigada


Mendoza - 2-3-de Diciembre de 2014

Value Propositions

AW119Kx Offers:

More Room Than Any Other Light


Single Turbine Helicopter

High Level of Performance

Great Safety, fail safe design and


redundancy of main systems

Modern Avionics

High Flexibility

Competive Acquisition &


Maintenance Costs

AW119 Koala Development


2000

2005

2010

Derived from the AW109Power and incorporating features typical of a light twin
helicopter the A119Koala has benefitted from continuous improvement in capabilities,
performance and technologies to meet the evolving Customer requirements
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Product Evolution AW119 AW119Kx

AW119Kx

AW119Koala

AW119Ke

Sales (as of Noviembre 2014)

more than

240 aircraft (order & options)

in 33 countries by 104 customers

Fleet & Sales Data


By areas
Europe

24%

31%

Asia & Australasia


13%
19%

Africa
C. & S. America

13%

North America

By applications
EMS/SAR

15%
34%

7%

Military
Govern. & Law Enf.

10%

Utility
13%

21%

Offshore
Corp/Vip

Fleet leader:
Tri-State Care Flight
SN 14032 5700 FH

Leading Safety Features


Fully Articulated Titanium Rotor &
Composite Main Rotor Blades

1002 SHP P&W Single Turbine Engine


30 Minute Run-dry Transmission
High Visibility Reinforced
Windshield

Dual Hydraulic System


Redundant Electrical System
Redundant Fuel System
Large Unobstructed Cabin for
Higher Flexibility

Main Features
WEIGHT SUMMARY
Maximum Take Off Weight (internal load) 2850 kg
Maximum Take Off Weight (external load) 3150 kg
Basic Empty Weight

1455 kg

SEATING
MINIMUM CREW:
PASSENGERS:

ONE PILOT
SEVEN

VOLUMES
PILOT & PAX CABIN
4.96 m3
BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT 0.95 m3

Pilot
+7
pax

Safety by design
High inertia rotor blades for safe autorotation

Cocoon type crash protective airframe

Windshield bird strike protection

Transmission
dry run
capability:
30 min

Redundancy of
main systems

Safety Redundancy of Main Systems


HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Redundancy Of All Main Systems:

Hydraulic System
Fuel System
Electrical System
Automatic Stabilization System:
2 Modes Of Operations
SAS
Att Hold

High Level Of Safety In Case


Of Failure

FUEL SYSTEM

AUTOMATIC STABILIZATION
SYSTEM

Main and Tail Rotor

MAIN ROTOR

Fully articulated titanium rotor hub with composite


blades and elastomeric bearings
For smooth and stable control response in all flight
conditions including autorotation
Reduced maintenance

TAIL ROTOR

Steel rotor hub with composite blades


High lateral lateral controllability

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Engine & Transmission Ratings

ENGINE with EEC (Electronic Engine Control)


PRATT & WHITNEY PT6B-37A

Take Off Power


Max Continuous Power

1002 shp
872 shp

TRANSMISSION
AGUSTAWESTLAND

Take Off Power (5min)


Max Continuous Power

917
900

shp
shp

Run Dry Capability

30

min

Performance
(ISA, SL, MTOW)
VNE

281 km/h

152 kts

Max Cruise Speed

257 km/h

139 kts

HIGE

3352 m

11000 ft

HOGE

2225 m

7300 ft

Service Ceiling

4572 m

15000 ft

Max Range (*)

954 km

515 nm

Max Endurance (*)

(*) with 688 kg of usable fuel (no reserve) @ 5000 ft

5 h 20 min

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Stability and yaw control


Lateral wind up to 40 kts

High controllability assuring safe operational conditions


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Modular Fuel system


Modular design
3-CELL: 484 kg - 605 l
4-CELL: 568 kg - 711 l
5-CELL: 696 kg - 870 l

No reduction of useful volumes in cabin and in baggage compartment


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Operational Flexibility
Hoist
Operator
Seat

Configuration:

Copilot

SAR/Surveillance
Litter

Hoist

Pilot

1 Litter
Medical
Attendants
Seats

2 Litters

Training

Passenger
Transport

Instructor
Seat

Fuel
Tanks

Six Pax
Seats
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Internal Volume
Baggage compartment
6
5

5,91
1,51

m3 3

Cockpit
3,45

Cabin

Maximum load: 150 kg

Baggage compartment

1
0,95

0
AW119Ke

High comfort for passengers in the cabin

Baggage compartment separated from cabin & easily accessible


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Convertible Interior
1/2 pilots + 6/7 passengers

1/2 pilots + 1 stretcher + 4/5 passengers


1/2 pilots + 2 stretcher + 2/3 passengers

High flexibility

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Corporate/VIP interior

Space and Comfort


Unique Single Engine with separate cabin
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EMS Interior

1 or 2 longitudinal litters with no intrusion into the cockpit


2 attendants + 2 patients as the larger twin engine h/c

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New Glass Cockpit


The AW119Ke is offered with one of the most modern and integrated glass cockpit today available in the
market, similar to the ones installed on larger and heavier helicopters.
The AW119Ke VFR avionic package consists of the Garmin G1000H integrated flight deck system, civil certified
FAA.
Engine information are integrated in the G1000H avionic suite.
The AW119Ke avionic suite allows also IFR training.
PFD

MFD

FLIR image displayed


on MFD

ICS control
panel (co-pilot)
ICS control
panel (pilot)

Ergonomic cockpit with improved situational awareness and reduced pilot workload
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Garmin G1000H Glass Cockpit

Caution,
Warning
switches

Electronic
Standby Instrument
System

Primary Flight Display


PFD displays:
Airspeed
Attitude
Altitude
Heading
Slip/skid indicators
360 HSI
COM 1/2 Communication
frequencies
VOR/LOC 1/2 NAV frequencies
Clock

XPDR current status

FMS - FLIGHT PLANNING


The system can create and store up to 1,000
user-defined waypoints
Flight planning on the system consists of
building a flight plan by entering waypoints one
at a time, adding waypoints along airways, and
inserting departures, airways, arrivals, or
approaches
Up to 99 flight plans with up to 99 waypoints
each can be created and stored in memory
Flight plans can be imported from a SD Card
or exported to a SD Card from the Stored
Flight Plan Page
Waypoints can be added to the active flight
plan or any stored flight plan

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Synthetic Vision

SVS 3D Synthetic Vision System


Provides realistic, real-time 3D virtual reality
view of the helicopter attitude and flight

trajectory and the outside world


in any weather conditions

CLEAR SKY

CLOUDS / FOG

NIGHT

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HTAWS & HITS

TAWS Terrain Awareness Warning System

HITS Highway In The Sky

Provides a map of terrain and sounds an audible

Displays the desired navigation route in 3D using a series

warning if the airplane approaches too close to terrain or

of skyway boxes

a structure

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Digital Moving Map


Digital moving map
Provides real-time flight information on the map that illustrates the position
and direction of the aircraft

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New Nose Equipment Layout

New

New
New
New

New

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Optional equipment

Cargo hook (1400 kg)

Emergency floats

Dual cargo hook (1400 kg/500 kg)

Electrical rescue hoist


204 kg (450 lbs)
50 m Cable

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Fire Fighting Equipment

Belly tank: 1200 l


Operational Strengths:
Greatest water volume capacity
High altitude performance
Wide temperature range

Bambi Bucket: 910 l

Rear view mirrors


Electrically adjustable and electrically heated mirror
Fixed rear view mirror

The pilot monitors the sling load during flight


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Crew doors windows


Bubble window (on the RH cockpit door)

High visibility doors

Better visibility on sling load during operations


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ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
Baggage compartment extensions (1.9 m)
Dual controls
Fuel cap with key-lock
Reinforced windshields (pilot and co-pilot)
Rotor Brake
Sliders on cockpit doors windows
Windshield wipers (pilot/copilot) with wiper switch on cyclic grip
BASIC AIRCRAFT
INTERIOR
AVIONIC PACKAGE
Bleed air heater
Two GDU-1040 10.4 display units providing a Primary Flight Display Primer finished cabin walls
(PFD) and a Multifunction Display (MFD) and integrating:
UTILITY CONVERTIBLE INTERIOR
Radio tuning controls
Soundproofing
Flight Management System (FMS)
Painted liners
Synthetic Vision System
Seats covered with leatherette
Two GIA-63H Integrated Avionics Units (IAU) comprising:
3 aft facing seats (central bench) with individually foldable black panels
COM 1&2
3 fwd facing seats (aft bench) with individually foldable black panels
NAV 1&2
Provision for locking system for stretcher on back panel seats, aft and central bench
GPS 1&2
3-point shoulder harness with inertial reels and black coloured safety belts for all
GTX-33H Mode-S Transponder with Extended Squitter (ES) capability passenger seats
Digital Audio Control System (DACS) NAT with two cockpit panels
Reading lights, advisory lights
Magnetic Compass indicator
Cabin loudspeakers
L3 Avionics System ESI-2000 Electronic Standby Indicator
Rubber carpet
Engine Hour meter
PAINTING
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
AgustaWestland painting scheme, metallic colours from Company selection
28 Ah battery (in lieu of 22 Ah battery)
AVIONIC EQUIPMENT
Active Noise Reduction (ANR) headsets (pilot and co-pilot)
Active Noise Reduction (ANR) headset (Qty 3)
Baggage compartment lights
ELT C406-N HM Artex
Crew open door actuators
Radio altimeter FreeFlight RA-4500
First aid kit
UTILITY EQUIPMENT
Fuel drain electrical valves
188 USgal fuel system
Portable fire extinguisher
Bubble Windows
Quick disconnecting chip detectors
External hoist (450 lb) provision
Shoulder harness with inertial reels (pilot and co-pilot)
External hoist (450 lb) removable
Tail boom strake
Search Light Spectrolab SX-5 Starburst
ADDITIONAL AVIONIC EQUIPMENT
Wire strike protection system
AC power supply system (2 inverters)
Estimated Equipped Empty Weight: 1737 kg
AFCS 3-axis duplex SP-711 Honeywell

Configuration

2% tolerance

Data contained in this presentation are preliminary and represent AgustaWestland best estimation.
Data is subject to change without notice and is not to be used for operational purposes nor constitute a contractual commitment.

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SAR Mission analysis


250

Search time over area - min

200

150

100

Mission Weights
Max Gross Weight:
EEW:
Pilot:
2 Operators:
Rescued person:
Fuel Reserve:

2850 kg
1737 kg
85 kg
85 kg (each)
85 kg
40 kg

Flight Assumptions
Temperature:
Cruise Altitude:
Loitering:
5 min HOGE for rescuing:
Fuel reserve:
Max Range Cruise Speed:

ISA+20C
6000 ft
4000 ft
4000 ft
20 min @ 70 kts
120 kts

50

0
0

50

100

150

200

250

Radius to search area - nm

1 hr:55 min of searching time 100 nm far from base


Data contained in this presentation are preliminary and represent AgustaWestland best estimation.
Data is subject to change without notice and is not to be used for operational purposes nor constitute a contractual commitment.

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Operational Flexibility

OFFSHORE

LAW ENFORCEMENT
AERIAL WORK

PAX
TRANSPORT

EMS
SAR
VIP
CORPORATE

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Customer Service and Support

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AW Customer Support & Services


FSRs

Regional Offices

AW CUSTOMER SUPPORT - LONATE


(ITALY)
AW PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA
(USA)
AW DO BRASIL SAO PAOLO
(BRAZIL)

HEADQUARTER
CUSTOMER
SUPPORT &
SERVICES

CUSTOMER SERVICE

Supply Centers

24/7 FLEET
OPERATIONS
CENTRE

Headquarter
Back Offices

AAS LIEGE (BELGIUM)


AW MALAYSIA KUALA LUMPUR
(MALAYSIA)
MIDDLE EAST ABU DHABI / DUBAI
(UAE)
Innovative Web Services

R&O Centers

Service Stations

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Support and Maintenance

3 years warranty
2 inspection programs
High overhaul intervals
Customer Service: 24 hr/365 days

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Main Components TBO

High Operational availability thanks to high limits


TBOs of the main components
Time Between Overhaul
(TBO)
Main transmission assembly

4800 FH

Tail rotor gearbox assembly

4800 FH

Main rotor servo actuator


assembly

1800 FH

Tail rotor servo actuator


assembly

1800 FH

Engine

3000 FH
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Conclusion

THE A119 KOALA OFFERS:


More Space Than Any Other
Light Single
Exceptional Flexibility
Superior Performance

High Productivity
Great Reliability

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