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One of the youngest Arriel family members, the 2E was certified in December 2012 and entered service in August 2014 with the delivery of the first Airbus Helicopters H145. The Arriel 2E offers 20% more power than the 1E2 installed on the EC145.
Certified in 2018, the Arriel 2H has been selected to power the AC312E developed by AVIC Harbin Aircraft Industry Group. The AC312E made its maiden flight in July 2016. The Arriel 2H is one of the most powerful Arriel variants with a take-off power rating of 986 shp.
The Arriel 2L2 is co-developed by Safran Helicopter Engines and Hanwha Techwin, which will license-produce units and will also be responsible for the MRO. It powers the Korea Aerospace Industries LAH (Light Armed Helicopter).
Certified in December 2014, the Arriel 2N is one of the latest variant of the Arriel family. It powers the Airbus AS565MBe Panther. Seventeen per cent more powerful than the Arriel 2C, it is the most powerful Arriel variant.
The Arrius 2B2 powers the Airbus H135. With a take-off power of 633 shp and a cruise power of 580 shp, it is one of the most powerful variants in the Arrius range.
The Arrius 2G1, powers the Russian Helicopters Ka-226T twin-engine helicopter. It is in service in Russia, and part of a major military contract currently under negotiation between Russia and India.
The Arrius 2R is designed to deliver performance and power within the 500 shp range, while improving safety and lowering pilot workload via the dual-channel FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Control). It is the only turbine in the power range with this feature.
The ATA 32 landing gear control units contribute to the optimum control of all landing gear parameters during taxiing, take-off and landing phases.
Safran Landing Systems supplies nose and main landing gears, and wheels and brakes, for this twin-turboprop regional aircraft.
Designed to start the TP400 engine, the ATS334 was selected by Europrop International to outfit the A400M military transport aircraft.