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Presented by Logan JONES Airbus Flight Operations Solutions An Active Safety Net for Runway

Presented by Logan JONES Airbus Flight Operations Solutions An Active Safety Net for Runway Overruns © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Agenda 1 – Overview of Safety at Landing 2 – Designing ROPS 3 –

Agenda 1 – Overview of Safety at Landing 2 – Designing ROPS 3 – Feedback 4 – Conclusion Page 2 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Overview of Safety at Landing Hull loss and significant damage Runway Excursion Accidents 25

Overview of Safety at Landing Hull loss and significant damage Runway Excursion Accidents 25 100% Number of of Accidents 90% 20 80% Veer-Off 70% 15 60% 50% 10 44 % 40% 30% 5 20% 56 % 10% 0 0% 2010 2011 2012 Jet 2013 Turboprop 2014 Total Jet Turboprop Data Source: IATA Runway Safety, Accident Analysis Report, 2010 -2014 Page 3 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016 Overrun

Overview of Safety at Landing Real occurrence rate is underestimated when using accident statistics

Overview of Safety at Landing Real occurrence rate is underestimated when using accident statistics as many events resulted in only minor damage Including Minor incidents From May 2015 to May 2016, 17 at least runway overruns of commercial jet aircraft Data Source: Various internet sources Page 4 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Overview of Safety at Landing 0% Small deviations can have large impacts on the

Overview of Safety at Landing 0% Small deviations can have large impacts on the landing distance 5 kt Tail-Wind Each additional 10 ft above threshold over 50 ft Each additional 1 s of flare over 7 s Each additional 1 s delay of pedal braking Runway Friction 10% worse than expected Page 5 Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 10% 15% safety factor Nominal In-Flight Landing Distance Each additional 3 s delay applying max reverse © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. 5% 7 -8 June 2016 15%

Overview of Safety at Landing How can we enhance safety at landing? Provide the

Overview of Safety at Landing How can we enhance safety at landing? Provide the right tools to the flight crew, to make the right decision at the right time Page 6 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Agenda 1 – Overview of Safety at Landing 2 – Designing ROPS 3 –

Agenda 1 – Overview of Safety at Landing 2 – Designing ROPS 3 – Feedback 4 – Conclusion Page 7 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Designing ROPS ü ROPS functions by continuously monitoring the aircraft’s position and calculating the

Designing ROPS ü ROPS functions by continuously monitoring the aircraft’s position and calculating the distance needed to safely stop the aircraft. ü If at any time, this distance becomes longer than the remaining runway length, ROPS triggers an alert. Page 8 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Designing ROPS Clear alerts with associated Airbus Procedure 400 ft Go-Around Page 9 ©

Designing ROPS Clear alerts with associated Airbus Procedure 400 ft Go-Around Page 9 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016 Max Braking Max Reverse

Designing ROPS Consistency Airbus ROPS is built on the same hypotheses used for the

Designing ROPS Consistency Airbus ROPS is built on the same hypotheses used for the Airbus In-Flight landing distances. All of which are based on the recommendations from the TALPA ARC working group and recommended by the FAA in AC 25 -32 In-Flight LD Page 10 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Designing ROPS Incremental Design A 330 - 2015 A 350 - 2014 A 320

Designing ROPS Incremental Design A 330 - 2015 A 350 - 2014 A 320 - 2013 A 380 - 2009 Prototype - 2004 Research Oct. 1998 - Feb. 2002 2009 Dry/Wet Runways – Autobrake Only 2010 Dry/Wet Runways – All Braking Modes 2014 Dry/Wet Runways with Runway State Selector 2017 Contaminated Runways with Runway State Selector Page 11 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Agenda 1 – Overview of Safety at Landing 2 – Designing ROPS 3 –

Agenda 1 – Overview of Safety at Landing 2 – Designing ROPS 3 – Feedback 4 – Conclusion Page 12 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Feedback It is Airbus’ practice to limit the installation of new functions to a

Feedback It is Airbus’ practice to limit the installation of new functions to a limited number of companies in order to gain operational feedback. Controlled Entry-into-Service Airbus setup a dedicated team of ROPS experts to closely follow ROPS introduction and act as an interface between the design team and the customer ROPS Support Page 13 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Feedback Important to have open dialogue between the airline companies and Airbus. Open Dialogue

Feedback Important to have open dialogue between the airline companies and Airbus. Open Dialogue … Data is key Data Exchange not only in understanding issues but also to test future design optimizations. There should be effective means for data exchange for safety Page 14 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Feedback – An Example of Data Exchange and Dialogue What the Pilot Sees What

Feedback – An Example of Data Exchange and Dialogue What the Pilot Sees What ROPS Sees ROP Low Speed Alerts Data Exchange Airbus Analysis Debrief with Airline Page 15 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016 Design Optimization

Feedback Runway Database & Airport AIP Data Accurate, reliable and up-todate information in the

Feedback Runway Database & Airport AIP Data Accurate, reliable and up-todate information in the runway database is key to correct functioning of ROPS. Photo by PH 2(NAC) David Sanner [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Page 16 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Feedback Provide the right tools to the flight crew, to make the right decision

Feedback Provide the right tools to the flight crew, to make the right decision at the right time Need to ensure the end-users, the Flight Crew Understanding pilots, understand the system. Documentation Training Guidance Material Page 17 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

Agenda 1 – Overview of Safety at Landing 2 – Designing ROPS 3 –

Agenda 1 – Overview of Safety at Landing 2 – Designing ROPS 3 – Feedback 4 – Conclusion Page 18 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

As of March 2016 ROPS Status on Airbus Fleet ROPS is operating 153 38

As of March 2016 ROPS Status on Airbus Fleet ROPS is operating 153 38 Operators on 1700+ on backlog 233 20 13 Page 19 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 419 aircraft 7 -8 June 2016

Global Standardization The industry is working together towards global standardization EUROCAE Working Group 101

Global Standardization The industry is working together towards global standardization EUROCAE Working Group 101 - Runway Overrun Awareness and Alerting Systems International representation working together to create a Minimum Operational Performance Standard EASA RMT. 0570 – Reduction of Runway Excursions The objective of this task remains to increase the level of safety by reducing the number of runway excursions through mandating ROAAS on-board certain large aeroplane categories to be determined Page 20 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

A Global Success Safety Nets add an additional layer of security but are only

A Global Success Safety Nets add an additional layer of security but are only one part of the solution. Aircraft operators, civil aviation authorities, aerodromes and ANSPs all have an important role to play Together we can reverse the trend of runway overruns and improve safety at landing. Page 21 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016

© AIRBUS (Airbus S. A. S. , Airbus Operations Gmb. H, Airbus Operations LDT,

© AIRBUS (Airbus S. A. S. , Airbus Operations Gmb. H, Airbus Operations LDT, Airbus Opeartions SL, Airbus China LTD, Airbus (Tianjin) Final Assembly Company LTD, Airbus (Tianjin) Delivery Centre LTD). All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. This document and all information contained herein is the sole property of AIRBUS. No intellectual property rights are granted by the delivery of this document or the disclosure of its content. This document shall not be reproduced or disclosed to a third party without the express written consent of AIRBUS S. A. S. This document and its content shall not be used for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied. The statements made herein do not constitute an offer. They are based on the mentioned assumptions and are expressed in good faith. Where the supporting grounds for these statements are not shown, AIRBUS S. A. S. will be pleased to explain the basis thereof. AIRBUS, its logo, A 300, A 318, A 319, A 320, A 321, A 330, A 340, A 350, A 380, A 400 M are registered trademarks. Page 22 © AIRBUS all rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document. Eurocontrol Safety Forum 2016 7 -8 June 2016