As the quietest helicopter in its class, the twin-engine H145 offers exceptional performance along with upgraded main and tail rotor systems. This guarantees an unprecedented level of performance in both hover and one-engine inoperative conditions.

Technical Description

Metric

Performance

Hover ceiling OGE 2,729 m
Hover ceiling IGE 3,807 m
Recommended cruise speed 241 km/h
Max* range with standard fuel tanks at SL 650 km
Max* endurance with standard fuel tanks SL 3 h 35 min
Flight envelope (temperature -45°C +50°C
Max altitude for TO and landing 6,096 m
Sound level during level flight 85.7 dB (preliminary data - confidence interval of +/- 0.5 dB)

Dimensions

D-value 13.54 m
Rotor diameter 10.8 m
Internal volume (cabin and cargo compartment) 6.03 m3

Charcteristics

Crew + passengers 1 or 2 pilots and up to 10 passengers
Max takeoff weight (MTOW) 3,800 kg
Max takeoff weight with external load 3,800 kg
Useful load 1,905 kg
Engine 2 x Safran Helicopter Engines Arriel 2E
Standard fuel tank capacity 723 kg
Takeoff power 667 kW / 894 shp
Empty weight, Baseline Aircraft Definitions 1,895 kg
Maximum dual cargo hook load (single hook operation) 1,600
Maximum dual cargo hook load (HEC class D operation) 800
Imperial

Performance

Hover ceiling OGE 8,955 ft
Hover ceiling IGE 12,490 ft
Recommended cruise speed 130 kts
Max* range with standard fuel tanks at SL 351 nm
Max* endurance with standard fuel tanks SL 3 h 35 min
Flight envelope (temperature) -40°C +50°C
Max altitude for TO and landing 20,000 ft
Sound level during level flight 85.7 dB

Dimensions

D-value 44.42 ft
Rotor diameter 35.43 ft
Internal volume (cabin and cargo compartment) 213.16 cu. ft

Characteristics

Crew + passengers 1 or 2 pilot and up to 10 passengers
Max takeoff weight (MTOW) 8,378 lb
Max takeoff weight with external load 8,378 lb
Useful load 4,200 lb
Engine 2 x Safran Helicopter Engines Arriel 2E
Standard fuel tank capacity 1,593.9 lb
Takeoff power 667 kW / 894 shp
Empty weight, Baseline Aircraft Definitions 4,178 lb
Maximum dual cargo hook load (single hook operation) 3,527
Maximum dual cargo hook load (HEC class D operation) 1,764

Configurations

Eight seats for passenger transport

Eight seats for passenger transport

The configuration with one or two pilots and eight passengers is perfect for transport or offshore airlift operations. The H145’s large cabin accommodates an additional 1.31m3 of cargo, while its smooth ride provides for a relaxing journey. 

10 passengers

10 passengers

The H145’s high-density layout accommodates one or two pilots and ten passengers. Ideal for more-travelled routes, the spacious cabin gives an impression of comfort even when fully occupied. 

Law enforcement

Law enforcement

Airbus’ H145 offers multiple seating arrangements for law enforcement operations – including a two-pilot configuration with an operator workstation installed in the rear position and space for four passengers, along with versions tailored for transporting up to five police officers (plus console operator), nine SWAT team members or 10 troops. 

Emergency medical services

Emergency medical services

The layout with one or two pilots and up to two stretchers includes room for up to three HEMS crew members for emergency medical services missions. Efficient loading of stretchers through side sliding doors or rear clamshell doors facilitate patient comfort and safety. 

Documents

Airbus Helicopters Naming Convention
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Airbus Helicopters renamed the majority of its products in 2015 to reflects its own rebranding as Airbus and to provide its customers with a coherent and easy-tounderstand product range.

Infographics

H145 Missions Infographic
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Did you know?

 
Total H145 family helicopters delivered (all versions including BK117) over 1,695
Total in service helicopters close to 1,500
Total cumulated flight hours (all versions including BK117) 6.1 million

Customers (all versions including BK117)

some 295 customers in 62 countries

H145 family helicopters flying for EMS missions

around 460

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