Airbus’ H175 – which belongs to the super medium class of helicopters – offers the best performance in its category, as well as the highest safety levels in all flight modes.

Technical description

Metric

Performance

Cruise speed 267 km/h
Max range 1,083 km
Max endurance 5hr, 45 min
HOGE @TOP 1,656 m

Engine

Engine type 2x x Pratt & Whitney PT6C-67E
Takeoff power 1,324 kW / 1,776 shp

Characteritics

MTOW 7,800 kg
EEW (O&G) 4,717 kg
External cargo 2,700 kg
Standard fuel tank 2,067 kg
Passengers up to 18
Pilot 2
Imperial

Performance

cruise speed 144 kts
Max range 590 NM
Max endurance 5 hr, 45 min
HOGE @TOP 5,432 ft

Engine

Engine type 2 x Pratt & Whitney PT6C-67E
Takeoff power 1,324 kW / 1,776 shp

Characteristics

MTOW 17,196 Ib
EEW (O&G) 10,399 Ib
External cargo 5,950 Ib
Standard fuel tank 4,555 Ib
Passengers up to 18
Pilots 2

Configurations

16 seats for offshore transport

16 seats for offshore transport

The two-pilot and 16-passenger configuration is ideal for offshore transport. With comfortable leg room and natural light, flying in the H175 is a pleasure 

18 seats for commercial passenger transport

18 seats for commercial passenger transport

The two-pilot and 18-passenger layout is another option for offshore missions. A capable airlifter with the advantages of a helicopter, this configuration is equally suited to commercial passenger transportation. 

Optimised for search and rescue

Optimised for search and rescue

The two-pilot and six crew member configuration is ideal for search and rescue. Equipped with a SAR operator’s cabin console and stretcher, the crew has ample room to provide first aid during rescues. 

8 seats for private and business aviation

8-seats-VIP-H175-configuration

The two-pilot and eight passenger seating arrangement is ideal for commuting and travel. With comfortable leg room and onboard data connection, the H175 caters to busy lifestyles. 

10 seats for private and business aviation

10 seats for private and business aviation

The two-pilot and ten passenger layout is ideal for commuting and travelling. With comfortable leg room and data connection, flying in the H175 is a pleasure. 

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.

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The multi-mission capabilities of the H175
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