Designed with passenger safety and comfort in mind, Airbus’ multi-mission H160 is one of the world’s most technologically advanced helicopters.

Technical Description

Metric

Performance

Recommended cruise speed 255 km
Max range with standard fuel tanks 880km
Max endurance with standard fuel tanks 4 h 30 min
Flight envelope (temperature) -20°C to ISA +37°C limited to 50°C
Max flight altitude 6,096 m
Hover ceiling IGE 2,835 m

Dimensions

D-value 15.67 m
Rotor diameter 13.4
Internal cabin volume up to 7.3m3

Characteristics

Crew + passengers 1 or 2 pliots + up to 12 passengers
Max takeoff weight (MTOW) 6,050 kg
Useful load up to 2,000 kg
Engine 2 x Safran Helicopter Engines Arrano 1A
Standard fuel tank capacity 1,120 kg
Takeoff power 955 kW / 1,280 shp
Imperial

Performance

Recommended cruise speed 138 kts
Max range with standard fuel tanks 475 NM
Max endurance with standard fuel tanks 4 h 30 min
Flight envelope (temperature) -20°C to ISA +37°C limited to 50°C
Max flight altitude 20,000 ft
Hover ceiling IGE 9,300 ft

Dimensions

D-value 51.41 ft
Rotor diameter 43.96 ft
Internal cabin volume up to 257.8 cu.ft

Characteristics

Crew + passengers 1 or 2 pliots + up to 12 passengers
Max takeoff weight (MTOW) 13,338 Ib
Useful load 4,409 Ib
Engine 2 x Safran Helicopter Engines Arrano 1A
Standard fuel tank capacity 2,469 Ib
Takeoff power 955 kW / 1,280 shp

Configurations

Offshore transportation

12-passenger seating is made up of three rows of four seats. Cabin flexibility provides the possibility to install a stretcher in place of the centre row.

Helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS)

Depending on the EMS kit, the cabin can be arranged with one or two stretchers, in longitudinal or transversal positions.

Public services

To meet customer needs, the H169 facilitates cabin layouts and the integration of equipment for maritime search & rescue and aerial law enforcement missions.

Private and business aviation

The H160 can be configured for one to two pilots and up to 10 passengers in applications that meet the high standards of private and business aviation. 

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

H160 facts & figures infographic
H160 for Emergency Medical Services
A new perception: H160
H160 multimission infographic

H160 in focus

H160 Missions

Missions

The multi-mission capabilities of the H160
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