Combining power, discretion and targeted firepower, Airbus’ single-engine H125M is ideal for a range of missions – from armed reconnaissance and light attack to tactical air control.

 

Armed reconnaissance or light attack

When called on for armed reconnaissance or light attack, the H125M’s ability to fire a variety of weapons ensures rapid-response fire support for troops.

The H125M can be equipped with Airbus’ HForce weapons system – a comprehensive, modular and cost-efficient weapon system that can be used on any military version of Airbus’ civil helicopter range (H125M, H145M and H225M).  

Tactical air control

With the longest range in its category, the H125M is well-suited to serve tactical air control parties in effectively guiding attack helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.     

The H125M's spacious interior, with no separation between the cockpit and the cabin, facilitates communications between crew members, and offers an excellent field of view – even from behind.

H125M-DIGIT-03912-1.jpg

H125M in focus

CDPH-0533-090.jpg

Overview

Learn more about the H125M helicopter
DIGIT-03206.jpg

Technical information

Technical description and seating configurations for the H125M

Discover more

See our full helicopter portfolio

Contact us

Get in touch with one of our local sales representatives to learn more.

Related news

UH-72 Lakota in Haiti
Helicopters
In the eye of two storms
When a 7.2 earthquake hit Haiti this summer, the Puerto Rico National Guard was called up to be part of the disaster response effort. Their UH-72 Lakota turned out to be an asset for ISR missions.
Read more
H225M Brazilian Navy
Helicopters
First ever naval combat H225M delivered to the Brazilian Navy
Airbus Helicopters has delivered the first H225M in naval combat configuration to the Brazilian Navy. Stationed at the naval base in São Pedro d'Aldeia, the aircraft will boost the Brazilian Navy’s mission capabilities including anti-surface warfare and maritime surveillance.
Read more
ADAC helicopter German floods
Helicopters
To the rescue: How helicopters played a leading role in German flood relief efforts
Images of devastation and flooding…helicopters dropping winches to rescue people from the roofs of their houses. This is what life looked like during July for many in the German regions of North Rhine Westphalia and Rhineland Palatinate.
Read more