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Airbus H-135 Helionix

Helicopter details
  • Manufacturer Airbus/Eurocopter
  • Model H 135
  • Type Helicopter
  • Category Twin Engine Turbine
  • Seating Capacity 6

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Airbus H-135 Helionix Details

The only twin engine heli in Greece with flotation device

Airbus H135 lightweight twin-engine helicopter remains top of its class with its distinct combination of optimum performance levels and highly attractive features.
Airbus H135 passengers also enjoy an exceptionally fast and smooth ride. The high set main rotor and the shrouded tail rotor enhance in-flight and on-ground safety.

The Airbus H-135 Helionix  can offer the most safety and discretion in its class.The H135’s state-of-the-art cockpit with its new 4-axis autopilot provides the highest possible safety levels. The Helionix® avionics system designed by Airbus offers operators undisputed superiority for in-flight envelope protection, pilot assistance and situational awareness – resulting in unprecedented flight safety levels. The new Helionix® is also available on the H145, H175, and H160.Further contributing to operational safety are the rotorcraft’s high-set main rotor and the Fenestron® shrouded tail rotor. The H135’s latest performance improvement further aids flight safety, providing enhanced safety margins to the pilot and improved performance even in one engine inoperative (OEI) scenarios.As one of the quietest helicopters in its class, the H135’s sound footprint is markedly lower than that of other helicopters in the same category. This matters most to customers who regularly operate in or over cities and in densely populated areas, such as in corporate transport, emergency medical services and law enforcement.The H135 is allowed to fly in the United States’ Grand Canyon, which has one of the country’s most stringent noise limitations.

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Specifications
  • Cruise Speed 136 kts
  • Max Speed 150 kts
  • Range 263 nm
  • Year 2023
  • Base Athens
  • Remarks Air-conditioned. The only twin engine heli in Greece with flotation device