The last time we flew together, you saw our latest product: the EC145 T2. Now we are testing the EC135 T3/P3, our brand new helicopter. Here we go! We established the key characteristics for this machine: higher, further, stronger, safer. You can see at the top, the inlet barrier filter is now at the back. This is where the air comes in. Even though it is hard to see, the blades are 10 cm longer – each. Obviously more air. On the tailboom, the vertical stabilisators are removed. Your work station! So, what is our total weight? Let’s see… I lost weight! Ok! Turn on … This provides the engine with oil and fuel, now we can get started. Let’s give him the signal. Now you have the machine, everything has been checked. Let’s go. Now go forward and follow the yellow line. When you feel it’s not stable, simply give way to the commands, and the machine stabilizes itself instantly. Feel it? Nice, isn’t it? Great job Felix. Awesome! Remember, we are 20 kg above the maximum takeoff weight. What a performance, look at the display. We have 3 tons. It wasn’t possible with the previous version. And we still have more power. Even in higher altitudes. Really nice! Vertical takeoff with such a weight… incredible! It’s fantastic! Go slowly back under 2,000 feet – what is displayed here – and follow the river on your way back to the airfield. Incredible machine. Give it more power not to lose altitude so fast. Reduce it further. Now go to the left, back to the runway. Ok, let’s climb to 100 feet. At 120 feet I will simulate one engine failure. Put the collective a little bit down. Only a little bit. Climb to 100 feet… and now engine failure. Pull back… pull back… power… power… slowly. Very nice! Go down. Not that much. Put the stick forward. And touch down. When you make contact with the ground, look after the mast moment indicator. Cool, isn’t it? We are now 50 kg lighter – we are hovering. Incredible! More than happy. When I sit in a helicopter, I’m happy!