Прототип EC145T2 был облетан в июне 2010 года - это самый новый вариант в семействе EC145. Главное внешнее отличие - рулевой винт типа фенестрон. T2 также имеет усовершенствованное приборное оборудование кабины и новый четырехстепенный автопилот, уже используемый на EC155, EC175 и EC225.
The H145’s Australian tour began in Sydney, and also took in Brisbane and greater Queensland, Melbourne and Canberra.
The H145 was presented to civil and offshore operators in Brazil during a month-long sales tour.
Airbus Helicopters EC145T2 D-HADF (wearing its test registration D-HADO) was the first of the variant to be delivered, going to DRF Luftrettung.
The first EC645T2, D-HADI (c/n 20016), during its maiden flight at Donauworth, Germany on November 27, 2014.
Amid rough conditions in the German Bight area of the North Sea, a HTM Offshore H145 undertakes a trial of operating from offshore platforms.
Five of the 15 H145Ms that will be operated by the Luftwaffe on behalf of the Kommando Spezialkrafte Bundeswehr (KSK) in the special forces role have now been delivered.
The five H145Ms ordered by the Royal Thai Navy in September 2014 are due to be delivered by the end of this year. The first two were handed over at Airbus Helicopters' facility in Donauworth in the spring, and remain in Germany for pilot training.
Airbus Helicopters handed over the first two H145M helicopters to the Royal Thai Navy on April 29, 2016.
A Dillon M134D Gatling Gun is among the standard weapons on the H145M.
Weapons currently cleared for carriage on the removable pylons attached to either side of the cabin include the 12.7mm FN Herstal HMP400 gun pod and/or Forges Zeebrugge FZ233 7-shot lightweight rocket pod.
A laser designator will be integrated into the nose- mounted Wescam MX-15HD electro-optical system, enabling a range of future laser-guided weapons to be used.
15 мая 2015г. легкий военный многоцелевой вертолет Airbus Helicopters H145M был сертифицирован EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency - европейское агентство авиационной безопасности).
The cockpit is fitted with fully integrated Garmin GTN750 GPS/NAV/COM/MFD units and Airbus Helicopters' latest Helionix digital avionics suite.
Our helicopters are a flying life support system for paramedics and rescue services. Always on call to reach casualties of accidents and disasters or evacuate critical care patients. Prescribe an EC 145 T2.
Three H145Ms are being acquired to replace Bell 212s. The H145Ms will be used for maritime training at RAF Valley.