Europrop International’s first TP400 User Conference

On October 23-24, EPI organized its first TP400 User Conference in Madrid. During two days, the event was gathering 70 participants from across customer and partner TP400’s community.

Designed to share Nations’ feedback, the User Conference was the opportunity for customers, partners and EPI to meet and share feedback, solutions and best practices on dedicated engine topics.

We are excited to be introducing the first TP400 User Conference and to welcome our customers and partners to a uniquely valuable experience,” said Christophe Bruneau, Europrop International’s President.

Coming from France, Germany, Malaysia, Spain and United Kingdom, EPI end-users and partners shared their experience during workshops sessions. To end the day, Europrop International welcomed William Dean Chief Pilot Defence from Rolls Royce as a guest speaker.

The User Conference ended by a visit in the ITP Aero ML2 Shop so that attendees could see the TP400 engine maintenance facilities.

The TP400 User Conference was aimed to provide insights to our customers. It was an honor to gather all the TP400 community and have the valuable opportunity to understand their expectation and provide better service” said Daniel Adrados.

 

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Europrop International awards best International Volunteers in Germany

On the picture, Jean Guillou, winner of the Grand Prix VIE 2018, Christophe Bruneau, EPI’s President and Didier Boulogne, Didier Boulogne, Managing Director of Business France in Germany.

Christophe Bruneau, Europrop International’s President, awarded the winner’s prize at the Grand Prix of “Volontariat International en Entreprise” (International Volunteers) 2018 ceremony.

Taking place on June 8th in Berlin, the competition was sponsored by the Committee of French Foreign Trade Advisers (CCEF) and organized by the French Trade Commission, Business France.

This 7th edition represents a great opportunity for the V.I.E program’s visibility and for the awarded candidates selected for their outstanding achievements in a new company and culture.

This year, first prize went to Jean Guillou who carried out business development in Germany as part of his contract with Theault.

An International Vonlunteering rewarding Program

Dedicated to young European graduates from across Europe, the V.I.E program gives the opportunity to spend up to two years working for French companies in their subsidiaries around the world. Aged between 18 and 28, the volunteers are able to develop their professional expertise and business ideas by evolving in a multicultural environment.

Becoming more and more popular, the program is a great stepping stone to recruitment. According to a Business France’s survey*, 94% of volunteers sign a permanent contract following their V.I.E assignment.

“The V.I.E helps Europrop International to think out of the box”

President of EPI, Christophe Bruneau is a member of the CCEF association and always has been committed to hire young graduate seeking a high-quality mission abroad.

In Europrop International, the V.I.E program is a win-win experience. The volunteer is evolving in an enriching organisation where he can gain valuable experience thanks to our partner’s expertise. For us, a V.I.E volunteer is also an asset for the company. Coming up with new ideas, positive attitude and natural aptitude for technology, he definitely helps the company to think out of the box.”

Currently, Europrop International counts 6 volunteers sent by Safran Aircraft Engines, the French partner of the program. Working in different fields such as Sales, Program, Marketing or Engineering, the young professionals benefit from an enriching international environment and expertise gathered in EPI.

In fact, consisting of a European collaboration programme between four European engine manufacturers ITP Aero, MTU Aero Engines, Rolls Royce and Safran Aircraft Engines, the volunteers are involved in one of Europe’s largest defence project. Immersed in the aeronautics’ world, they can participate in the development and manufacturing of the TP400-D6 engine, powering the Airbus A400M aircraft.

Pauline Denis, VIE as Junior Commercial since 6 months, shares her vision of her experience in EPI:

“As VIE in EPI Europrop International, you have the opportunity to develop your experience and sense of responsibilities by being a key actor of ambitious projects. Integrated from Day 1 in multicultural teams, you are given the chance to express your ideas, quickly gain insights of the complexity of the program and work in autonomy.”

As supporters of the young future business leaders, Europrop International is proud to support the V.I.E program and intercultural collaboration.

 

Key Figures

3: Germany ranked at the 3rd country of assignment, behind USA and Belgium but ahead ofr UK and Canada.

1000+: number of volunteers working in Germany (as of May 2018)

241: companies hiring VIE volunteers in Germany

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*Business France Survey 2013

 

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TP400 engine displayed at ILA Air Show 2018

Europrop International displays the TP400-D6 engine in ILA Berlin Air show from 25-29 April, the world’s longest running air show.

The turboprop engine’s mock up is showcased by MTU Aero Engines on its booth Hall 2 stand 301. Partner of the TP400-D6 consortium, the German Company is particularly responsible for the assembly of all TP400-D6 final production engines in Munich, and acceptance testing in MTU Berlin-Brandenburg.

To discover the most powerful turboprop engine (11,600 HP) in scale 1, visitors can have the chance to visit an A400M military transport aircraft exhibited by the Luftwaffe on the static display. As of today, the German Air Force is operating 18 A400M aircraft.

Reinforce the French-German cooperation

For this edition, the air show emphasizes on the cooperation between Germany and France. As the partner country of the event, France presents their cutting-edge innovations and competitive strength. A French-German cooperation highlighted by Florence Parly, Minister of the French Armed Forces and her German counterpart Ursula von der Leyen who travelled to the show aboard an Airbus A400M, on Wednesday 26th. A partnership representing new steps between the two countries in the aerospace industry.

Shaping the future

As the most innovative trade event in aerospace, ILA Air Show offers many opportunities to exchange on the digitalization of aviation. Between conferences and displays on big data, passenger cabin of the future, sustainable air travel, hybrid aircraft… the event is flying into the future of aviation.

Europrop International’s presence in ILA is the opportunity to show that the TP400-D6 program is part of a successful European Defense cooperation. Consisting of a European collaboration programme between ITP Aero, MTU Aero Engines, Rolls-Royce and Safran Aircraft Engines, Europrop International’s combines the best of Europe’s aerospace companies’ resources and technologies.

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Europrop International at FIDAE Air Show

Europrop International is attending to FIDAE Airshow in Santiago de Chile, the leading aerospace, defence and security exhibition in Latin America.

TP400-D6 engines showcased on a Spanish Air Force’s A400M landed on April 3 in Santiago Arturo Merino Benitez Airport. The aircraft MSN70 completed one of the largest trip to take part in the airshow. The flight lasted approximately 17 hours: departed from Zaragoza in Spain, the Atlas stopped in Recife, Brazil for a technical stop before landing in Santiago de Chile.

TP400-D6 engine capabilities

This journey highlights the TP400-D6’s capabilities and performance. Delivering 11,600 horsepower, each engine has the power of 400 cars. The TP400 turboprops performs distances up to 4,800 nm (8,900 km), at a speed of up to Mach 0.72. This gives the A400M the capability to fly higher and faster.

During the event, the Spanish Air Force A400M performed daily flight demonstrations as well as press and VIP flights.

Opened from April 3 to 8, the 20th International Air and Space Fair expects 120,000 visitors and more than 100 aircraft from 40 Nations.

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A400M flying with TP400-D6 engines and Santiago de Chile

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IHEDN auditors visited the TP400-D6 test bench in Berlin

On March 22th, sixty participants from the Institute for Higher National Defence Studies (IHEDN) visited the TP400-D6 test bench in MTU facilities, in Ludwigsfelde. Organised by Jean Burnichon, Defence Procurement Attaché to the French Embassy in Germany, this visit was part of a two-week study mission.

Part of the National Session called “Armaments and Defence Economy” (AED), this training course brings together high-level French managers from the civil and military services or several business in France.  Focused on the issues in the field of armaments and defence economics, it aims to widen the knowledge of auditors in the framework of the national security strategy.

Arrived in the morning, Uwe Böhm, Program Director TP400 at MTU, gave the auditors an overview of MTU’s civil and military engine programs and MRO activities. Then, Christophe Bruneau, EPI’s President introduced Europrop International and the TP400-D6 engine, highlighting the expertise of the four partners ITP, MTU Aero Engines, Rolls-Royce and Safran Aircraft Engines in the program.

Then, MTU and Europrop International opened the doors of the TP400-D6 test bench where all the TP400-D6 are tested before certification. Last February, the Pass of Test celebrated the 10th anniversary of engines tested and delivered to Airbus in Sevilla. In fact, the very first engine for the Airbus A400M passed its first test in Ludwigsfelde’s test bench on January the 20th 2008.

The IHEDN visit highlighted the international cooperation between France and Germany in the aviation’s field with an emphasis on Defence economics and European consolidation.

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Europrop International at Singapore Airshow 2018

Running from February 6th to 11th, Singapore Airshow is Asia’s largest and one of the most important aerospace and defence exhibitions in the world.

Taking place at the Changi Exhibition Centre, the Airshow is a key event for Airbus and EuroProp International’s market development.

On display, the A400M aircraft operated by The Royal Malaysian Air Force is one of the hardest-working in service, among four others aircrafts now in service in Malaysia. Thus, the Atlas has already proven its capabilities by providing humanitarian relief in the region.

For EuroProp International, hosted by its Partner Companies Rolls Royce and Safran Aircraft Engines, Singapore Airshow was the opportunity to meet customers from Asia-Pacific region such as Malaysia, New Zealand and Indonesia. EPI also met Global Turbines which will contract the future focal point in Malaysia for the TP400.

Since January 2018, Europrop International has delivered 16 engines to the Nations.

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Discover Europrop International at the 2017 Dubai Airshow

From 12th to 16th November, Europrop International is attending the 2017 Dubai Airshow with the TP400 engine.

The new generation turboprop engine is highlighted on Safran’s stand during all the Airshow.

TP400 engines and French Air Force A400M at 2017 Dubai Airshow.

Powered by four TP400 engines, the A400M recently played an important role in relief operations after Caribbean hurricanes. During the first two days of the event, the French Air Force A400M aircraft was showcased on the static display area.

For Europrop International, Dubai Airshow is an opportunity to display the TP400-D6 engine, the most powerful engine in production, among industry leaders.

The event launched in 1986 represents one of the world’s oldest and largest aviation show.

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Airbus Defence and Space delivers 50th TP400-powered A400M aircraft

The 50th A400M delivered to the German Air Force on September 27th, marks a milestone for Airbus Defence and Space and for Europrop International.

The aircraft (MSN59), is the twelfth to be delivered this year at the Final Assembly Line in Seville. It is also the thirteenth to be accepted by Germany. MSN59 will be based in Wunstorf, Lower Saxony, where the A400M unit of the German Air Force is located.

Its four unique TP400 turboprops reached 100,000 operating hours last July bringing to the A400M an extensive range up to 4800 nm / 8900 km at a cruising altitude of 37,000 ft and up to 40,000 ft for special operations.

France, Germany, Great Britain, Malaysia, Spain and Turkey Air Forces own the Airbus A400M. The aircraft is steadily becoming the backbone of the European transport fleet.

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TP400 Fleet reached more than 100,000 engine operating hours

EuroProp International’s TP400-D6 engines achieved more than 100,000 engine operating hours, a milestone reached through the delivery of 46 Airbus A400M owned by France, Germany, Great Britain, Malaysia, Spain and Turkey.

The TP400-D6 engine fleet entered in service in 2013 have currently delivered more than 210 engines to Airbus and to his operators.

Developed to operate in the harshest environments, the TP400-D6 engine is the most powerful turboprop engine in production.

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TP400’s best pictures at the 2017 Paris Air Show

 

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