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Pilot+ Passengers

1 + 6 up to 7


2,500 kg/ 5,512lbs

Max ramge

347 NM

Max endurance 


Max cruise speed

134 kts

Twin-engine capability for a single-engine price.

From major tourist destinations to the busy airspace over cities, the single-engine H130 (previously known as the EC130 T2) is in widespread use with sightseeing services, charter operators and emergency medical services, among others.


A safe, silent, and comfortable ride

The H130 is an intermediate single-engine helicopter tailored for passenger transport, sightseeing and VIP duties, as well as medical airlift and surveillance missions. As a multi-role rotorcraft, the H130 has a spacious cabin for one pilot and up to seven passengers. Depending on the configuration, it can carry up to two pilots, one stretcher and three-to-four medical crew.

Other H130 enhancements include an active vibration control system and advanced environmental control; improved air conditioning; a cabin interior structure redesign with a full flat floor; a cockpit update for an enhanced human-machine interface integrating a glass cockpit Garmin G500H with synthetic vision system (SVS) and helicopter terrain avoidance and warning system (HTAWS); energy-absorbing seats and integration of a crash-resistant fuel system.

Technical description

Hover ceiling OGE

9,700 ft

Hover ceiling IGE

11,250 ft

Fast cruise speed

128 kts

Max* range with standard fuel tanks at SL

327 NM

Max* endurance with standard fuel tanks SL

4h00 min

Flight envelope (Temperature)

-40°C to ISA +35°C limited to 50°C

Max altitude flight

23,000 ft

Technical description


6 seats h130 configuration

Six seats for passenger transport

The single pilot and six passenger configuration is ideal for passenger transport, private and business aviation and VIP travel. Rear-facing “club seating” can be installed to create an arrangement favorable for work or conversation.

7 seats h130 configuration

Seven seats for tourism flights

The single pilot and seven passenger layout is conducive to high-volume tourism flights, with passengers facing forward and seated on a raised theatre-style platform for maximum access to exterior views.


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