Elegantly designed and ready to meet the needs of each customer, Airbus’ highly-efficient H155 combines beauty and functionality – making it the ideal rotorcraft for a variety of missions. 

Public services

The H155 public services configuration is an efficient and versatile configuration encompassing all prerequisites for multi-purpose operations on land and out at sea.

Operators appreciate its large cabin, flat floor and numerous attachment points that enable quick and easy cabin conversions. Pilots enjoy the most advanced autopilot conceived for helicopters.

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Emergency medical services

The H155 is a highly capable air ambulance that offers high speed, long range, accessibility, and safety.

The high-set main rotor and tail rotor allow for safe ground operations, even as the rotors are turning, while the low vibration and noise levels ensure the best ride for patients.

Emergency medical services

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