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04 December 2017

Ground Attack

Armament qualified for H215M attack missions include pod-mounted 20 mm cannons, 68 mm rocket launchers and side-mounted rapid-fire machine guns.

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25 October 2017

Troop transport and MEDEVAC

The H215M can carry a crew of two plus up to 20 troops for transport missions.

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25 October 2017

Survivable

The H215M has a rugged fuselage that includes high-energy absorption landing gear.

On call © Airbus Helicopters / Anthony Pecchi
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25 October 2017

On call

Airbus’ H215M is mission-ready – at home in hot temperatures and at high altitudes. The rotorcraft’s discretion, low vulnerability, survivability and ability to fly in icing conditions ensure maximum operability – even in the most challenging situations.

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A modern cockpit © Eurocopter / Eric RAZ
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25 October 2017

A modern cockpit

Outfitted with a full glass cockpit and modern avionics, the H215M's flight deck is compatible with night vision goggles. Features include Airbus’ dual-duplex digital 4-axis autopilot and associated automatic flight control system (AFCS), which provide flight envelope protection, unrivalled precision and stability.

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13 April 2017

Airbus Helicopters and IAR sign an exclusive agreement for the H215M in Romania

Airbus Helicopters and IAR have signed a general agreement for an exclusive cooperation for the heavy twin engine H215M multi-role helicopter. Under this general agreement IAR will become the prime contractor for the H215M for any future order by the Romanian Ministry of Defense to replace their ageing fleet.

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19 December 2016

Airbus Helicopters delivers final H215M to the Chilean Army

The Chilean Army took delivery of a tenth heavy-weight, twin-engine H215M, the last delivery in a project that began in 2008 with the purchase of eight of these helicopters, to which two more were added in 2013 and 2014 respectively. The new rotorcraft will serve alongside the previous nine in the Helicopter Battalion of the Chilean Army’s Air Brigade.

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19 December 2016

Airbus Helicopters delivers final H215M to the Chilean Army

The Chilean Army took delivery of a tenth heavy-weight, twin-engine H215M, the last delivery in a project that began in 2008 with the purchase of eight of these helicopters, to which two more were added in 2013 and 2014 respectively. The new rotorcraft will serve alongside the previous nine in the Helicopter Battalion of the Chilean Army’s Air Brigade.

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18 October 2016

Troop transport and MEDEVAC

The H215M can carry a crew of two plus up to 20 troops for transport missions. It can accommodate six patients on stretchers plus 10 other passengers on medical evacuation flights.

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16 April 2015

Military Transport

The H215m can accommodate six patients on stretchers plus 10 other passengers on medical evacuation flights.

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16 April 2015

Military Transport

The H215M can carry a crew of two plus up to 20 troops for transport missions.

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18 March 2015

H215m: On call

Thanks to a long fuselage that provides additional payload, the H215M is reliable, rapid and highly manoeuvrable – backed by excellent power reserves from its two Makila 1A1 turboshaft engines.

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13 March 2015

Airbus Helicopters delivers 2 upgraded AS532 for the French Army Aviation

The French General Directorate for Armament (DGA) took delivery of 2 upgraded AS532 Cougar for the French Army Aviation on Friday the 13th March.

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14 November 2013

On call

Airbus’ H215M is mission-ready – at home in hot temperatures and at high altitudes. The rotorcraft’s discretion, low vulnerability, survivability and ability to fly in icing conditions ensure maximum operability – even in the most challenging situations.

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14 November 2013

On call

Airbus’ H215M is mission-ready – at home in hot temperatures and at high altitudes. The rotorcraft’s discretion, low vulnerability, survivability and ability to fly in icing conditions ensure maximum operability – even in the most challenging situations.

Read more
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19 March 2013

Survivable

Crashworthy seats are installed for the pilot and co-pilot. The fuel tanks have designed-in crash resistance, while multi-purpose air intakes provide protection against sand and icing.

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19 April 2011

H215M

H215M SAR Naval

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19 April 2011

Competitive and multi-mission ready

The H215M is selected by customers around the world for its cost efficiency, long range capabilities and outstanding performance in high and hot environments.

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19 April 2011

Competitive and multi-mission ready

The H215M is selected by customers around the world for its cost efficiency, long range capabilities and outstanding performance in high and hot environments.

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19 April 2011

H215M

The H215M is a nine-tonne-class rotorcraft from Airbus’ Cougar/Super Puma family, combining the product line’s mission-proven ruggedness with a full glass cockpit, modern avionics, competitive operating and maintenance costs, and the ability to be armed for ground attack and support missions.

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19 April 2011

H215M

The H215M is a nine-tonne-class rotorcraft from Airbus’ Cougar/Super Puma family, combining the product line’s mission-proven ruggedness with a full glass cockpit, modern avionics, competitive operating and maintenance costs, and the ability to be armed for ground attack and support missions.

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19 April 2011

Competitive and multi-mission ready

The H215M is selected by customers around the world for its cost efficiency, long range capabilities and outstanding performance in high and hot environments.

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19 April 2011

Maintainable

The H215M was designed with maintainability in mind. Built-in tests for the onboard avionics allow support teams to perform troubleshooting without the need of specific tooling.

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21 December 2010

H215M

H215M

 
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