→ Airbus H125
Number: 1 | Location: Base Grenchen | Registration: HB-ZNL
AIRBUS HELICOPTERS H125
The "squirrel" family was created in the 70s by the French manufacturer Aerospatiale (later Eurocopter, now Airbus Helicopters) and still enjoys great popularity today. The helicopters are used worldwide for a variety of missions and show their strengths in difficult tasks in the high mountains. To date, the "squirrel" is the only helicopter ever to land on the summit of Mount Everest. The variant H125 (formerly AS350 B3e) is the newest and strongest of the model series. At Mountainflyers, the helicopter, which offers space for five passengers next to the pilot, is used for scenic and taxi flights, film flights and pilot training.