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        H225

        The all-weather long-range solution

        A celebration of the Super Puma family and delivery of the 1000th Super Puma helicopter

         

        Celebration of the Super Puma family and the delivery of the 1000th Super Puma - a twin-engine multi-role H215 assembled in Marignane, France, and handed over to the German Federal Police (Bundespolizei) to support the German Havarie Command, which manages maritime emergencies off of Germany’s coast. Read less Read more

        The H225 is the choice of commercial operators and governmental agencies for its long range and all-weather search and rescue (SAR) capabilities. As a reference in its field, the H225’s autopilot provides precision, stability, flight envelope protection and pilot assistance, including dedicated SAR upper modes.?

        Its payload and range capability make the H225 the most cost-effective helicopter for long-distance offshore crew changes.

        The H225 also has high payload and versatile configurations to suit missions such as:

        • Aerial work
        • Firefighting
        • Passenger transport
        • Law enforcement
        • Utility missions
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        The SAR reference

        The H225 and H225M have been selected and operated by 20 countries for SAR missions around the world.

        Aircraft

        Rugged, strong and ready

        The H225 is the latest version in Airbus’ proven Super Puma family, which has accumulated more than 5.5 million flight hours during operations around the world, in the harshest conditions including severe icing conditions and highly challenging maritime environments. Moreover, its military version, the H225M, has operated in the most demanding combat SAR (CSAR) missions.

        The reference in pilot assistance for safety and mission efficiency

        H225 avionics and autopilot systems reduce crew workload while enhancing safety, especially in the most demanding mission phases or conditions, through enhanced situational awareness and automatic modes or protections.

        The flight crew benefits from the real-time display of power margins, and from automatic features such as automatic level-off at low heights, an automatic collision avoidance procedure, vortex ring protection, automatic rig approach up to the visual decision point, RNP approach down to LPV minima (precision approach), search pattern, automatic transition down to hover (Trans-Down), and fly away.?

        The H225 is a true all-weather helicopter, the only helicopter with full de-icing certified for flights up to severe icing conditions.

        The H225 is the first helicopter in the industry to benefit from an?OEM-issued?flight crew operating manual?whose intent is to optimise the best use of the aircraft’s automation and aircraft systems in offshore missions.?

        The versatile heavy-lift solution

        With a wide choice of mission equipment, a multi-role railed cabin floor, quick role-change capability and a high payload, the H225 can address a wide range of missions such as commercial air transport, SAR, law enforcement, firefighting, medevac, humanitarian, disaster relief, and aerial work.

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        Missions

        Oil & gas crew change

        To meet the energy industry’s needs as exploration and production move farther offshore, the H225 combines the ability to carry 19 passengers in its air-conditioned cabin with its heavy-lift capacity and excellent range. Cabin space is unhampered by the need to carry a fuel tank, whatever the mission range.

        The H225 offers an automatic rig approach mode, Rig ’N Fly, that brings the helicopter up to the landing’s visual decision point. The pilot can select either a direct or an offset approach. The navigational display shows the oil rig waypoint, oil rig radar echo, current flight plan, plus an automatic identification system (AIS) from ships which allow crews to anticipate potential obstacles and to modify the approach with a safer and more efficient trajectory.

        The aircraft's role-change capacity enables a rapid reconfiguration to over-water?search and rescue (SAR) duties.

        Search and rescue

        The H225 is recognised as the reference in SAR operations thanks to a takeoff sequence of less than five minutes; an all-weather capability including in severe icing conditions; and an extra-long range with auxiliary fuel tanks, leaving its long cabin free for the mission.

        Cockpit crew benefit from SAR modes with search patterns and an automatic

        transition to hover with one-metre precision starting from any flight attitude. The work of cabin crew is aided by precise hoisting and hover control from the cabin, as well as the H225’s long cabin with wet and dry areas, large windows and wide sliding doors.

        A range of mission equipment is available, such as an electro-optical system (EOS), searchlights, cabin console, hailer public address system, an automatic identification system (AIS), direction finder, radar, dual hoist and stretchers.

        Utility, aerial work, fire fighting

        With superior lifting power, endurance and manoeuvrability, the H225 is always ready for the most rigorous utility,?aerial work, firefighting and power line missions.

        Thanks to the real time display of power margins and? state-of-the-art vehicle monitoring system (VMS), pilots can fully concentrate on the mission at hand. During the transportation of sling loads, the 4-axis autopilot maintains exceptional precision and stability.

        Armed with powerful engines and a sling capacity of up to 4.75 tonnes, the H225 makes heavy lifting easy, while certified equipment and proven procedures ensure the highest levels of safety.

        Typical missions include power line repair; pylon assembly in remote areas; cable-laying; aerial pruning; and air crane missions. The H225 is the only class-C certified helicopter for hook operations.

        For firefighting missions, solutions include a belly tank, belly water cannon or water bombing kits. The H225 is a civil certified helicopter that can both battle fires and transport firefighters to and from the scene, as well as reconfigure to other missions in fires’ off-season, including passenger transport.

        Private, business and governmental

        The H225 can accommodate up to 11 passengers in exceptional comfort. Selected by heads of state and governments for its outstanding qualities, its attributes include a high cruise speed, low sound and vibration levels, and cabin space.

        The H225’s extensive customisations include a cabin featuring one or two lounges, large armchairs, a foldable table, galley, toilet unit, and a wide selection of refined materials.

        Technical Data

        Performance

        Hover ceiling OGE ISA 792 m
        Hover ceiling IGE ISA 1,935 m
        Maximun speed, Vne 324 km/h
        Recommended cruise speed 262 km/h
        Max* range with standard fuel tanks at SL 838 km
        Max* range with standard fuel tanks capacity 1,135 km
        Max* endurence with standard fuel tanks SL / Aux Fuel tank 4h05 min / 5h38min
        Max altitude flight 6,095m (PA)

        Dimensions

        D-value 19.50 m 
        Rotor diameter 16.20 m 
        Internal volume  15.50 m3 

        Characteristics

        Crew + passengers 1 or 2 pilots + 19 passengers
        Max takeoff weight (MTOW) 11,000 kg
        Max takeoff weight with external load 11,200 kg
        Useful load 5,401 kg
        Max cargo sling load 4,750 kg 
        Standard fuel tank capacity 2,044 kg
        Standard + aux. fuel tank capacity 2,771 kg
        Engine type 2 x Safran Helicopter Makila 2A1
        Takeoff power 1,567 kW / 2,101 shp
        One engine inoperative (OEI 30s) 1,784 kW / 2,392 shp

        Performance

        Hover ceiling OGE ISA 2,600 ft
        Hover ceiling IGE ISA 6,350 ft
        Maximun speed, Vne 175 kts
        Recommended cruise speed 142 kts
        Max* range with standard fuel tanks at SL 452 NM
        Max* range with standard fuel tanks capacity 452 NM
        Max* endurence with standard fuel tanks SL / Aux Fuel tank 4h05 min / 5h38min
        Max altitude flight 20,000 ft (PA)

        Dimensions

        D-value  63.98 ft
        Rotor diameter  53.14 ft
        Internal volume  547.30 cu.ft

        Characteristics

        Crew + passengers 1 or 2 pilots + 19 passengers
        Max takeoff weight (MTOW) 24,250 lb
        Max takeoff weight with external load 24692 lb
        Useful load 11,907 lb
        Max cargo sling load 10,472 Ib
        Standard fuel tank capacity 4,506 lb
        Standard + aux. fuel tank capacity 3,508 Ib
        Engine type 2 x Safran Helicopter Makila 2A1
        Takeoff power 1,567 kW / 2,101 shp
        One engine inoperative (OEI 30s) 1,784 kW / 2,392 shp

        Configurations

        19 seats for passenger and offshore  transport

        19 seats for passenger and offshore transport

        The two pilot and 19-seat configuration is adapted for commercial passenger transport and offshore operations. The air-conditioned cabin and energy-absorbing seats in a staggered arrangement increase passenger comfort, while a central “aisle” and large windows impart a sense of space.

        11 seats for VIP transport

        11 seats for VIP transport

        The two pilot and 11-seat configuration is a solution for VIP transport, with a front lounge outfitted with four armchairs, a second area with six comfortably-appointed VIP seats and one flight attendant seat, with room for a toilet. Sound-proofed and air-conditioned, the cabin’s space and quiet benefit both work and conversation.

        SAR

        SAR

        The two pilot and variable seating configuration is suited to search and rescue (SAR) operations. A sample layout consists of a seating for six cabin console operators and rescuees, plus room for a medical stretcher. For high-volume rescues, the H225 can be configured with up to 18 seats or up to six stretchers.

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        19 Seats Offshore Configuration H225    
        SAR Configuration H225    
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        H225 key data icon    
        Ukrainian Ministry of Interior takes delivery of its first H225s    
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        Ukraine Signing Helicopters    
        Airbus Helicopters supports modernisation of training centre in Ukraine    
        Japan’s Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency extends five-year H225 performance-based logistics contract with Airbus Helicopters    
        A celebration of the Super Puma family and delivery of the 1000th Super Puma helicopter      
        Airbus Helicopters formation flight: 50-year anniversary      
        Airbus Helicopters formation flight – 50th anniversary celebration      
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        H215-H225 Video presentation      
        H225 Teaser      
        Super Puma Global Fleet      
        H225 Accident Investigation Status      
        Helibras - H225 Full Flight Simulator      
        FCOM      
        H225 Rescue Training in North Sea      

        H225 news

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        Did you know?
        Total number of H225/H225Ms delivered
        Nearly 280
        Total H225/H225M cumulated flight hours More than 640,000
        H225/H225M operators More than 40
        Operating countries 30

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