ACH 125

Built for performance, created for lively, exhilarating flights,
the ACH125 is a member of the Ecureuil family – the world’s favorite turbine helicopter.

ACH 130

The ACH130’s alluring presence is unmistakable, right from your first encounter.
Striking and assertive, its charisma draws you in. As enjoyable to ride in as it is to pilot, and with an interior that complements its impressive performance, this helicopter strikes the perfect balance between power and elegance.

ACH 135

The ACH135 strikes an optimal balance of performance, manoeuvrability and comfort that helps passengers maximize every minute of their travel time. Increased power and a redesigned avionic suite are two ways the ACH135 outperforms its original design goals and contributes to class-leading efficiency.



The H120 is a five-seat intermediate single-engine multipurpose helicopter designed to provide its users with mission flexibility. It features advanced technologies for simple, safe and cost-efficient operations, as well as, easy maintenance.


Airbus’ light, twin-engine H135 is equipped with the most advanced technologies available, including Airbus Helicopters’ own Helionix® avionics suite. Operated by customers around the world, it has a well-earned reputation for excellent performance, endurance, reliability, and versatility.


Designed to deliver excellent performance throughout the flight envelope, Airbus’ H145 is the latest member of the company’s four-tonne-class twin-engine rotorcraft product range – with designed-in mission capability and flexibility, especially in high and hot operating conditions. Compact in size, this helicopter’s small footprint and large, flexible cabin make it the aircraft of choice for a variety of civil and military missions.



The Bell 407 is a four-blade, single-engine turbine civil utility helicopter equipped with airconditioning. The blades and hub use composite construction, and provide better performance and a more comfortable ride. It is frequently used for corporate and offshore transport, air ambulance, law enforcement, electronic news gathering and movie making. The interior and seating configuration is designed in a way to provide luxurious, very quiet and smooth rides in virtually all weather conditions.


The Bell 429 GlobalRanger is a twin-engine light-utility helicopter designed and manufactured by Bell Helicopter Textron, Inc. of the USA. The Bell 429 GlobalRanger made its first flight in early 2007, was certified in 2009, and officially launched in 2010. It was originally developed to be used mainly for emergency medical service operations, as the previous 427’s cabin was too small to properly accommodate a patient litter. As a result, the 429 was intended to be a stretched version of the 427.


A successful utility operation means being able to adapt quickly. That’s the versatile Bell 505 can quickly convert for crew, customers, or cargo. Whether it’s touring the coast, carrying a work crew and supplies deep into the mountains or providing external load services in a busy city, the Bell 505 is agile, reliable and easily flexible.



The AW109 GrandNew features a streamlined, stylish shape and unrivalled elegance in its interior finishes, in addition to advanced avionics. The cabin can be arranged in a variety of configurations, ranging from a luxurious four-seat to a comfortable six-seat design. Wide sliding doors on both sides and electrically retractable steps ensure easy access for all passengers, while the extended baggage compartment provides ample room for luggage.
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