TH-119: First Training Flight. Last Training Flight. One Trainer.

Cost-effective, full spectrum training, without compromise. That’s what military helicopter training demands and it is what the TH-119 advanced helicopter trainer delivers. The TH-119 seamlessly transitions helicopter pilots from training flights to combat missions. The U.S. Navy announced on January 13 2020 that Leonardo was awarded a contract for up to 130 TH-73A helicopters in support of the Advanced Helicopter Training System (AHTS) program.

Made in the USA: AW119 Center of Excellence in Philadelphia

Made in the USA: AW119 Center of Excellence in Philadelphia

All variants of the AW119 worldwide, including the TH-119, are constructed and supported by our Leonardo Helicopter facility in Philadelphia.

Full Spectrum Training: Single Fleet, Single Configuration, All Flights

Forgiving enough for initial training flights and capable enough for advanced training flights, the TH-119 provides all the capabilities in one helicopter with room to grow into future training.

Full Spectrum Training: Single Fleet, Single Configuration, All Flights

Ground Based Training Systems

Ground Based Training Systems

Full Integration of Training Devices with the Training Helicopter is vital. The TH-119 is more than an ideal training helicopter...it is a complete training solution.

Media Gallery: See the TH-119 Advanced Helicopter Trainer in action

Browse photos of the student observer seat, full flight simulator and our helicopter manufacturing facility in Philadelphia, PA, as well as videos of the TH-119 Advanced Helicopter Trainer.

Media Gallery: See the TH-119 Advanced Helicopter Trainer in action

Pilot Report: TH-119

Pilot Report: TH-119

AIN's Richard Ward pilots the TH-119 and says: "If the U.S. Navy decides to go with the TH-119, I have no doubt this machine and its Genesys EFIS system is going to provide a great teaching platform for instructors currently flying the 50-year-old TH-57. And the pilots it produces will be ready for the transition to the most advanced combat aircraft the 21st century has to offer."