Description of EC 135
About the Eurocopter EC135
The Eurocopter EC135 is a twin-engine civil light utility helicopter from Airbus that has the advantage of being very versatile. It can be used for a wide variety of tasks in the civil context including surveillance, aerial work, rescue operations and transporting VIPs. A military version is also widely used by defence departments.
Helicopter equivalent: Dauphin AS 365
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- 1992 – creation of manufacturer Eurocopter, the result of a merger between the helicopter divisions of the French company Aérospatiale (SNIAS) and the German company Deutsche Aerospace (DASA). Eurocopter went on to become Airbus Helicopters.
- 15th February 1994 – EC135’s first test flight in Munich
- 1996 – production starts
- 2014 – 1,100 aircraft now built
- 2020 – 1,400 aircraft now built
Chartering this aircraft costs approximately the same as the Dauphin and is a great alternative for short-haul corporate missions. Our pilots regularly employ the Eurocopter EC135 when called on to transport VIPs such as top athletes
A versatile helicopter perfect for short transfers, aerial photography and medical repatriation
There is a strong chance you have already seen this aircraft in the sky being used by police patrols, news stations, or for the transport of VIPs. With AEROAFFAIRES, you can charter a EC135 as easily as booking a taxi! Whether you’re looking to carry out a specific aerial project or simply make a speedy transfer from your hotel to your conference centre, we take care of all the arrangements, tailoring your journey to your specific needs. We also provide a medical repatriation service, guaranteeing you complete safety, flexibility and a fast response.
At AEROAFFAIRES, we offer private helicopter flights all over the world. The flexibility to fly directly to your destination is invaluable, and our air experts can arrange a helicopter charter within minutes. Helicopters such as the Bell 206 are the ideal solution for short flights of less than 300 km, especially for flights to destinations without airports, such as islands, ski resorts, hotels or stadiums.