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  • Eurocopter EC155B1

    Built by Eurocopter France, was the succeesor of the EC155B and is powered by two Turbomeca Arriel 2C2 FADEC engines. Maximum take-off weight (MTOW) increased by 120 kg to 4,920 kg and with 10% extra engine power.

    Eurocopter Southeast Asia was the first subsidiary certified to upgrade 155B airframes starting with those from SSFC.

    From 2014 produced by Airbus Helicopters




    EC155B1 News


    Wysong Completes New York Charter EC155, 22-Jun-20 : #HeliNY Wysong Enterprises from Blountville, Tennessee completed refurbishment of an EC155B1 for New York’s charter company Helicopter Flight Services (HeliNY)

    University of Michigan’ EC155 Medical Interior, 22-Oct-19 : #InteriorDesign The University of Michigan’ Survival Flight EC155, the first of their type in medical configuration operated in USA, get their interior design from Metro Aviation

    NHV EC155 Contract by FAR Gambia Ltd, 21-Jun-18 : #oilandgas NHV awarded contract to provide 2 EC155 for transport services from Banjul, Gambia for FAR Gambia Ltd

    Midden-Zeeland Airport New Terminal, 25-Apr-18 : Dutch Midden-Zeeland airport offering new transportation options to the offshore wind energy industry. NHV’ EC155 flying to the East Anglia One wind farm inaugurated the new terminal.

    Metro Aviation Delivers EC155 to Life Lion, 26-Sep-17 : Pennsylvania’ Life Lion received a EC155 previously used for VIP transport in Malaysia and converted to a medical configuration by Metro Aviation

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    Specifications


    Engine: 2 x Safran (Turbomeca) Arriel 2C2 938 shp
    Capacity: 2 + 13
    Length: (m) 14.3
    Height: (m) 4.35
    Blades: 5
    Rotor diam.: (m) 12.6
    Disc area: (m2) 124.7
    Weight: (kgs) Empty: 2618     Max: 4920
    Speed: (km/h)     Max: 324
    Range: (km) 850
    Ceiling: (m)     Max: 4572
    Rate/Climb: (m/min) 533
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