Eurocopter EC 135

Eurocopter is betting the EC 135 will make a smooth transition from a leader in utility markets to the first choice in executive-configured helicopters as well.

Eurocopter EC 135
Eurocopter EC 135
Since its introduction in the mid-1990s, the EC 135 has been a top choice of hospitals and emergency medical services providers, owing mainly to the model’s spacious cabin, no-nonsense operating economics and exceptional payload carrying capability.
Eurocopter EC 135
Eurocopter EC 135
The Eurocopter EC 135 features a full IFR avionics suite with glass displays from the French firm Thales and GPS/navcoms supplied by Garmin. The helicopter was among the first to be certified with full-authority digital engine controls.
Eurocopter EC 135
Eurocopter EC 135
Thanks to its large curving glass windows, the EC 135’s cockpit offers an excellent view that makes spotting traffic and seeing the touchdown zone a breeze.
Eurocopter EC 135
Eurocopter EC 135
Shown here with an executive interior outfitted with six seats in the main cabin, the EC 135 is a smallish twin-engine helicopter that can carry a heavy load.
Eurocopter EC 135
Eurocopter EC 135
Eurocopter has earned a reputation for providing top-notch U.S. product support through its American Eurocopter subsidiary based in Grand Prairie, Texas.