BRUSSELS — Airbus Helicopters says issues with its EC225 and EC135 helicopters have “strengthened its determination in the area of safety.” The grounding of the EC225 from October 2012 to July 2013, followed by the November crash of an EC135T2 in Glasgow, Scotland, had a broad effect on public perception, but also caused new aircraft programs to be delayed and sales early in the year to slump. That prompted CEO Guillaume Faury to implement an action plan which he says has helped to ...


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