Airbus H145 / EC145T2

Derived from EC145


Airbus H145 / EC145T2

Immediately noticeable for its new tail boom with the Fenestron, the 4-bladed BK117D2 / EC145T2 ( originally known as X5 ) has greatly improved performance capacity, particularly in single-engine operation and a newly developed avionics system known as Helionix with a four-axis autopilot and a satellite-based navigation that assumes many tasks for the pilot. First flight June 26, 2010.

In February 2015 the EC145T2 was renamed as H145. Military variants known as H145M

In November 2017, Airbus delivered the 150th H145/H145M to HTM of Germany.

In March 2019, was announced the BK117D3 with a 5-bladed main rotor. The EC145T2 became retrospectively known as H145D2

Specifications H145 / EC145T2

Engine 2 x Safran Arriel 2E 894 shp
Capacity 2 + 8
Length (m) 13.63
Height (m)
Blades 4
Rotor diam. (m)
Disc area (m2)
Weight (kgs)     Max: 3650
Speed (km/h) Cruise: 245     Max: 268
Range (km) 660
Ceiling (m)
Rate/Climb (m/min) 485

  Derivatives & Versions of H145 / EC145T2


2014 The Bk.117D2M is the military variant of the EC145T2, named LUH SOF ( Light Utility Helicopter, Special Operations Forces ) EC645T2. Renamed ...
H145 MB

2015 First unveiled at Helitech 2015, is an exclusive Mercedes-Benz Style VIP version on the H145, which offers higher performance, increased flight s ...

2018 The ACH145 is the VVIP variant of the EC145T2 customized by Airbus Corporate Helicopters with customer specific needs. It is the successor of t ...
H145D3 / BK117D3

2019 First announced at Heli-Expo 2019 in Atlanta, the Bk117D3 is based on the EC145T2 / Bk117D2 with its Safran Arriel 2E engines, full authority di ...

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