Helicopters

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Helicopters are a type of rotorcraft flying machine that uses lift and thrust to move vertically, to hover, and to move forward, backward and side-to-side. These movement capabilities give helicopters unique properties that make them useful in areas which other aircraft would have difficulty accessing. Helicopters are often used for transportation, military uses, construction, civil firefighting and rescue, tourism, news broadcasting, agriculture, and medical emergencies.

Eurocopter EC135

Length (Fuselage): 33.5’ | 10.2 m
Height: 11.9’ | 3.6 m
Engine: Twin, 400 hp each
Weight: 6,000 lbs | 2,720 kg
Speed: 144-150 mph | 125-130 kts
Altitude: 20,000’ | 6,096 m
Seats: 7-8
Passengers: 6-7, 1-2 crew


The Eurocopter EC135 is a civil light utility helicopter typically used for passenger transport, emergency medical services, corporate transport, law enforcement, and military training. Produced by Airbus since 1994, the Eurocopter EC135 is widely used across the world.
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Dimensioned drawings of the Eurocopter EC135 illustrated from the side, front, and plan views

The Eurocopter EC135 is a civil light utility helicopter typically used for passenger transport, emergency medical services, corporate transport, law enforcement, and military training. Produced by Airbus since 1994, the Eurocopter EC135 is widely used across the world.
Details & Downloads