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How to build a great plane Toulouse, October 23 rd 2014 Bernard Kock am Brink VP A350-1000 forward and aft fuselage Making Projects fly conference

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Page 1: Berno Kock am Brink Airbus A350

How to build a great plane

Toulouse, October 23rd 2014

Bernard Kock am Brink

VP A350-1000 forward and aft fuselage

Making Projects fly conference

Page 2: Berno Kock am Brink Airbus A350

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Airbus GMF2014 - Flying on Demand

Air traffic will double in the next 15 years

Source: ICAO, Airbus GMF 2014

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1973 1978 1983 1988 1993 1998 2003 2008 2013 2018 2023 2028 2033

World annual RPK* (trillion) Airbus

GMF 2014

ICAO

total traffic

4.7%

2013-2033

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Page 3: Berno Kock am Brink Airbus A350

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Twin-aisle fleet in service evolution

Passenger aircraft (≥ 100 seats)

Source: Airbus GMF 2014

Twin-aisle fleet

- The global fleet will

more than double

by 2033

Fleet size

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1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

6000

7000

8000

Beginning 2014 2033

3513

Stay in service

597

Replacement

2916

Growth

4340

7853

New deliveries

7256

Page 4: Berno Kock am Brink Airbus A350

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A350 XWB – a complete long-range family

A step ahead of the 787, a generation beyond the 777

Shaping efficiency - CSMK - Ref. V01D08020303

One New Family of technically superior aircraft

777

787

Two aircraft types a generation apart

A350-800

A350-900

A350-1000

Page 5: Berno Kock am Brink Airbus A350

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An Intelligent Airframe by design

Shaping efficiency - CSMK - Ref. V01D08020303

CFRP

Wings

Centre wing box and keel beam

Tail cone (Section 19)

Skin panels

Frames, stringers and doublers

Doors (Passenger & Cargo)

No corrosion & fatigue tasks

Titanium

High load frames

Door surroundings

Landing gear

Pylons

No corrosion tasks

Al/Al-Li

19%

Titanium

14%

Steel 6%

Misc.

8%

Composite

53%

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A350 XWB – 25% step reduction in costs

COC

per seat

Block Fuel

per seat

A step ahead of the 787, a generation beyond the 777

777

A generation beyond 777:

CFRP & titanium airframe

New generation engines

Reduced maintenance

Better integration

-25%

-25%

A350 XWB

Source: CSMK Page 6

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A comfortable, efficient cabin, 6 abreast

Business class

Shaping efficiency - CSMK - Ref. V01D08020303

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Firm sales status – end September 2014

Ref. VxxPR0910204 Issue 51- A350 XWB Sales status

Americas Africa & Middle East

Asia & Pacific Europe

Private Customer

UNDISCLOSED

Leasing Companies

30 Countries – 3 Alliances – 5 Leasing companies

750 firm orders from 39 customers

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DARE – The new logic for an A/C development

1. Benchmark lead time

DELIVERY STREAM BY 6 ROLLING MONTHS FROM FIRST DELIVERY

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450

*+6M *+12M *+18M *+24M *+30M *+36M *+42M *+48M *+54M

A350 A3456 A340 basic A380 A320 A350 SCENARIO 1A

A350 XWB

A380 DEL

scheduled PP6

A320

A3456

A340 basic

A350 1A

2. Faster ramp-up

Time

Nb of a/c

18 months

36 months

Low

Maintenance Costs

High Availability

Costs

High reliability

3. Maturity at Entry into service

Page 10: Berno Kock am Brink Airbus A350

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Systems Testing Pyramid for maturity at Entry Into Service

Design

Flight test

Component

demonstrators Integration

Bench Testing Iron Bird / Function

Integration

Benches/

Flying Test Bed

2010 2011 - 2012 2013-2014

Iron Bird Power on December 2010 / First Flight June 2013

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Extended Enterprise Partners

COMPOSITE INDUSTRIE S.A.

(1)

(1) SPIRIT UK & SPIRIT US (2) SOGERMA Cabin Interiors & SOGERMA Aerostructures

55 Suppliers 125 Work Packages

(2)

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Risk Sharing Partner (RSP) integration

• Maximum integration of RSP ensured by:

Co-location

Participation of RSP representatives in key

Airbus decision meetings

Same detailed monitoring set up on work

package level for make and buy

Weekly coordination of RSP enablers and

interdependencies

• Efficient decision making ensured by:

Availability of all involved parties/functions

on plateau (Airbus & RSP)

Reinforced mandates and delegation rules

to RSP representatives on plateau

Organisations mirrored on Airbus / RSP

interface

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One single 3D Digital Mock-Up

Same tools across the design teams

Supplier Airbus

DMU

Structure

Systems

designer

Manufacturing

designer

Etc.

Electrical

Designer

Air Systems

Designer

Etc.

Page 14: Berno Kock am Brink Airbus A350

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From DMU to Manufacturing reality

The Configured Digital Mock-up develops and proves

design maturity prior to manufacture

Page 15: Berno Kock am Brink Airbus A350

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June 14th 2013: First Flight achieved!

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….and EASA Certification on September 30th, 2014

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An impressive development journey

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A350-900 programme planning

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Detailed Design

-3 Sections Assembly

(Centre Wing Box)

Major Component

Assembly & Equipping

FAL Groundbreaking

Target Loads

(5th Mar) First cut horizontal cruciform

Integration Testing

Sys. & Cabin Development

Detailed

Definition

End of

Detailed Design

Start

Production

Demobox

Assembly

FAL Start First Flight

Barrel 1B start

Static Specimen

(test preparation) Fatigue Specimen

First metal cut (2nd Dec)

Functional Testing (AI & Suppliers)

Systems

Installation

Tooling Manufacturing

Supplier Selections

Final

Assembly

Flight Test

& Certification

TC

Parts Manufacturing

First composite lay-up (4th Dec)

today

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A350 XWB – a great plane…

Technology to enable top performance

Front loaded Development process, maturity gates, stop & fix philosophy

Early testing

Risk sharing partner integration, collocated development plateau

Strong focus on project management excellence across the development

…fuelled by the passion of great people who love what they do

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….the people who built The great plane!

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