An ideal combination of comfort and capability, the light twin engine AW109 has a crash-resistant design and modular state-of-the-art Genesys Aerosystems glass cockpit for a tailored fit: single or dual pilot, Visual Flight Rules (VFR) or Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). The AW109 Grand New has wheel landing gear, while the AW109 Trekker sports skids.
The first single engine IFR certified helicopter in decades, the AW119 offers exceptional cabin flexibility, safety and technology. With redundancies commonly found in twin engine models, including dual electric and hydraulic systems, the AW119Kx also has the most power in its class. Customers can choose between a Garmin G1000NXi VFR glass cockpit and a Genesys Aerosystems IFR glass cockpit.
With over 1,000 delivered, the bestselling intermediate twin engine AW139 helicopter is an industry champion. Thanks to superior performance, proven technologies, safety features, and the largest cabin and highest power reserve in its class, it’s easy to see why.
This latest-generation light intermediate twin engine helicopter delivers on high performance, long range and exceptional safety, even in the most challenging environments. Unique-in-class Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) mode keeps the AW169’s power on with rotors stopped, enhancing comfort and ground safety.
The super medium AW189 combines superior payload and range with advanced technologies. Its main transmission can run without oil for 50 minutes and a built-in Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) offers safety and comfort. Safran Aneto-1K engines meet the demands of high altitude and high temperature conditions.
Avoid traffic, transfers and runways. Take off vertically and fly swiftly above the clouds to your next appointment 250 miles away in under an hour. The AW609 tiltrotor combines the speed, range and comfort of an airplane with the convenience and flexibility of a helicopter, delivering superior performance unmatched by any other aircraft.