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Airbus Helicopters introduces more personalization to its Hermès designed EC135 aircraft

05/20/2014 | By Airbus from press release

Airbus Helicopters introduces more personalization to its Hermès designed EC135 aircraft
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Airbus Helicopters – the rotorcraft market leader in business and private aviation – is bringing a EC135 T2e l’Hélicoptère par Hermès, in new colors, to Geneva, Switzerland as part of the company’s participation at the 2014 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE).

At the airshow, Airbus Helicopters is showcasing opportunities for additional personalization to the original Hermès definition that was introduced in 2007, to be applied to the upgraded EC135 T3/P3 variant of the company’s twin-engine EC135. Each customer will be able to define a unique helicopter to which Hermès will bring its particular materials, refinement and exceptional “savoir faire.”

“This increased customization is Airbus Helicopters’ response to business and private aviation customers’ growing desires for personalization,” said Olivier Lambert, Airbus Helicopters’ Senior Vice President for Sales and Customer Relations. “It enables them to work directly with creative design teams at Hermès for such aspects as color harmonies, upholstery variants and other elements that best suit their tastes and requirements.”

Airbus Helicopters’ EC135 T2 at EBACE 2014 features l’Hélicoptère par Hermès interior and has a specially-designed paint scheme that further refines the rotorcraft’s exterior lines – inspired by the rounded harness designed by Hermès during the company’s origins as a supplier to the equestrian sector.

As part of its EBACE 2014 presence, Airbus Helicopters will underscore its role as the only rotorcraft manufacturer offering products in every category for the business and private aviation markets, from its light single- and twin-engine models (EC120, AS350, EC130, AS355, EC135 and EC145), to the mid-sized AS365, EC155 and EC175, as well as the heavy-lift EC225.

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