EHA Rotorcraft Seminars

To download any of the presentations from the EHA Rotorcraft Seminars that took place on Wednesday 7th October, simply select the presentation from the drop down menu and click ‘download’.

  • Keynote Address: European Aviation Safety Agency – The Way Ahead

    Presented by: Dr Norbert Lohl, Certification Director, European Aviation Safety Agency
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    Topics covered:

    • How the Agency will further enhance its ability of providing even more product-oriented solutions, based on prior experience and lessons learnt
    • Endorsing concepts like Total System Approach, Performance-based Regulations, the establishment of a new GA roadmap, etc
    • Further, in the frame of SESAR, EASA looks with special attention to the safety and operational advantages deriving from performance-based navigation in environments like HEMS and offshore activities.
  • EASA Rulemaking – The Impact on Rotorcraft Operations

    Presented by: Oyvind Friis-Ottessen, Rulemaking Officer, European Aviation Safety Agency
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    An overview of EASA rulemaking activities directly impacting rotorcraft operations, including those stemming from the SESAR programme.

  • Roundtable Discussion: SESAR – What's in it for Rotorcraft?

    Presented by:

    • Lars Amdal, Pilot/Project Manager PBN, Norwegian Air Ambulance
    • Robin Garrity, Air Traffic Management Expert, SESAR Joint Undertaking
    • Sigmund Lockert, Deputy Manager, Flight Operations, CHC Helikopter Service
    • Pierluigi Parente, Flight Regulation and Infrastructures Senior Manager, AgustaWestland
    • Philippe Rollet, Senior Expert Air Traffic Management, Airbus Helicopters
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    What’s in for Rotorcrafts? A clear overview of what and how this complex program will affect the rotorcraft sector and how the challenges ahead can really improve the safety and efficiency of rotorcraft operations. A discussion session where the operator will be at the centre of the scene.

  • Rule Making Briefings: Age 60 Rule

    Presented by: PD Dr. Britta Herbig, Senior Researcher, Institute for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine, Ludwig Maximilians University.
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    Medical and cognitive risks for flight safety. A multi-method, three-fold approach to incapacitation and flight performance to scientifically test a quite controversial issue.

  • Rulemaking Briefings: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    Presented by: Dieter Klein, Managing Director, AIR LLOYD Deutsche Helicopter Flugservice GmbH
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    Topics covered:

    • Safety/security
    • AOC & Quality Management
    • Private - non commercial (but still profit oriented) - commercial
    • Competition
    • Certification/airworthiness/licensing
  • Rulemaking Briefings: Flight Time Limitations

    Presented by:

    • Andreas Hjert, Pilot, Norwegian Air Ambulance
    • Andrea Pertegato, Pilot, INAER Aviation Italia
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    FTL from the crew member and operator’s perspective, covering some of the most important and basic key issues for rotor-wing EMS operations in Europe. It will present the main types of operating patterns, crew concepts, scheduling types as well as the possible negative impacts on safety that a poorly designed FTL-regulation could have. It will also give an update on the developments in the
    EASA rulemaking task.

  • Rulemaking Briefings: Annex 14

    Presented by: Pierluigi Fumagalli, C.E.O., Studio di Progettazione & Consulenza Aeronautica
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    How a possible increase in the minimum FATO dimension of PC1 heliports is going to affect operations and budgets. The new direction is toward objective standards. An update on ICAO Heliport Design Working Group activities currently reviewing Chapter 3 new text based on such standards.

  • Rulemaking Briefings: Aerial Fire-Fighting Across Southern Europe

    Presented by: Captain Agustin Baigorri Pujalá, Flight Operations Manager, Coyotair SA
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    Topics covered:

    • Regulatory issues
    • Lack of crew and training requirements
    • Night operations
    • Large fires aerial coordination

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