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Main description

State of the Art
and Experienced
Tailored for the most demanding operators, the EC225 is an 11-ton helicopter integrating all of the latest technological innovations.
The two Turbomeca MAKILA 2A1 engines, the main gear box and the 5-blade rotor give this machine the power for a high payload, a long range and a fast cruise speed, along with flight endurance that exceeds 5 hours and 30 minutes. Most of all, this aircraft meets the latest CS-29 amendments, including the 30-minute dry run demonstration for the main gear box.

  • Missions

    Oil & Gas Missions

    TThe EC225 is the preferred choice of oil & gas operators. Integrating the latest technologies, this newgeneration aircraft leads the field in terms of flight safety. The helicopter is designed with flaw-damage-tolerant components (rotor and fuselage), while its state-of-the-art avionics system considerably reduces the pilot’s workload, thus enhancing safety. Comfort and sound levels likewise meet today’s highest standards.

    The EC225 complies with the latest JAR29 amendments. Moreover, the aircraft's role change capacity from passenger transportation to light Search and Rescue (SAR) is quick and easy due to:•Space provision and basic wirings for SAR mission equipment

    • Cabin floor with integrated rails

    ADELT (Automatically Deployable Emergency Locator Transmitter for Helicopters)


    Optional pod for additional fuel tanks or luggage compartment

    An unequalled level of safety

    Certified for flights in known icing conditions, the EC225 unites modern technologies to reach unequalled levels of safety:
    - 30-minute dry run main gear box
    - self deployable emergency floatation device
    - TCAS II (Traffic Collision and Avoidance System) linked to the Autopilot

    The wide air-conditioned cabin can comfortably accommodate up to 19 passengers on new energy - absorbing seats in staggered configuration, allowing for more shoulder space between passengers.

    In the event of an emergency, the large windows push out easily to allow fast egress and thus efficient access to integrated life-rafts. To increase baggage space, extralarge lateral sponsons can be added.