Airbus Helicopters delivered the first ACH145 helicopter to a Russian customer, which was an important achievement in Russia and once again confirmed the company’s leading position in the business and private aviation segment in Russia, where the manufacturer’s share exceeds 50%. The helicopter will be used for private flights and VIP transportation.
The ACH145 with Line cabin features improved ergonomics, sound insulation and innovative design. Sliding doors provide easy access to the cab, and the spacious interior allows you not to limit yourself in the choice of equipment. The VIP configuration is designed to comfortably accommodate nine passengers. The Fenestron enclosed tail rotor and Helionix avionics with 4-axis autopilot ensure a high level of safety in flight. In addition, the helicopter is certified under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) to operate one or two pilots.
The H145 family (H145, EC145 and BK117) has flown in more than five million hours. To date, the company has delivered over 1,400 helicopters of this family to customers around the world. The H145 is Airbus Helicopters’ most advanced twin-engine multipurpose helicopter. With its compact dimensions, a spacious multi-functional cabin that can be easily refitted if necessary, the lowest operating costs in its class, as well as powerful engines and the latest Helionix avionics with 4-axis autopilot, the H145 is suitable for a wide range of tasks. This model is in particularly high demand among business aviation and emergency service operators, and has proven itself well for aviation, military and law enforcement operations.
Since its founding in 2017, Airbus Corporate Helicopters has been setting new standards in corporate and VIP travel. In its work, Airbus Corporate Helicopters pays special attention to the quality of services and products, provides an individual approach to each client and offers customers professional after-sales service.
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