Airbus H145 is the result of constant reinvention.
Designed to deliver excellent performance throughout the flight envelope, Airbus’ H145 is the latest member of its 4-ton-class twin-engine rotorcraft product range – with designed-in mission capability and flexibility, especially in high and hot operating conditions.
The H145 offers exceptional performance thanks to Safran Helicopter engines Arriel 2E power plant and dual full-authority digital engine control (FADEC) – along with the helicopter’s upgraded main and tail rotor systems. This guarantees an unprecedented level of performance.
Equipped with the latest Airbus’ Helionix avionics system which is designed for greater mission flexibility and operational safety.
The Fenestron technology brings benefits such as improved flight and ground safety to customers, as well as enhanced anti-torque control efficiency, reduced power demand in forward flight, and lower sound and vibration levels.
- Origin : Germany
- Manufacturer : Airbus Helicopters
- Configuration : Leather seats, Air Condition, Headsets with Bluetooth Connection
- Crew : 1 pilot / 2 pilots
- Capacity : 9 / 8 Passengers
- Cruise speed : 130 kn – 240 km/h
- Engine type : 2 Safran Arrius 2E engines with FADEC
One look and H145’s dramatic presence is apparent. Its bold, imposing transparencies and fluid lines highlighted by its signature Fenestron instantly command your attention. Every exacting detail reinforces the H145’s reputation for robustness, power and style.
The best-selling H145 family (BK117, EC145 and H145) has more than 1,350 helicopters in service around the world and has clocked more than 5.5 million flight hours.
Six to nine individual seats offer matchless comfort and an elegant, energetic esthetic.
Discover an exceptional space, tailored for the ultimate passenger experience.
According to the European and Greek legislation it is mandatory for helicopters to be equipped with EFS when flying long distances over water and more specifically for destinations such as Crete, Chios e.t.c.
The Emergency Floatation System (EFS) installed on the helicopter’s skids maximizes flight safety, especially in a country like Greece with over 6,000 islands and 16,000km of coastline.