• 1 or 2 pilots
  • Up to 20 policemen in cabin
  • Can be armed with Door Gun up to 12.7 mm
  • Can be equipped with Armoured Plate
  • The best safety in its class
  • Quiet "Neighbour" operation
  • Quick conversion to new mission
  • Largest cabin volume
  • Highest payload
  • Hot and High performance at MTOW

Hummanitarian Assistance Helicopter

The H215 is a medium-weight, twin engine helicopter with outstanding performance that belongs to the well-known Super-Puma/Cougar family. This powerful and fast Super Puma with long-range capabilities has a very large useful volume for equipment and emergency humanitarian aid.

The H215 is also able to be operated in harsh condition such as sea, snow or sand environments. Thanks to its state-of-the-art avionics and EASA/FAA certifications, it ensures a high level of safety for pilots and passengers.

Beyond these characteristic, this Super Puma has an excellent availablity rate with optimized maintance and operating costs.

Super-Puma Family

700 delivered aircraft in 50 countries have accumulated more than 4 million flight hours.

H215 is a multi-role helicopter with quick change configurations

  • Surveillance
  • Transport Troop/ VIP's
  • EMS/ Disaster Management
  • Search and Rescue
  • Special Operations

Since 2009, PTDI and Airbus Helicopter have been reinforcing the relationship on Super Puma AS332 C/C1/L/L1 helicopter production and commercialization.

H215 Production Process in PTDI

Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) : 8,600 Kg
Useful Load : 4,051 Kg
Cargo Sling Capacity : 4,500 Kg
Standard Fuel Tank Capacity : 1,228 Kg
Seating Capacity : 20 Troops
Cabin Volume : 11.4 m3
Limited length : 15.53 m
Recommended Cruise Speed : 135 Kts
Maximum Range (Standard Fuel Tanks) : >350 NM
Maximum Endurance (Standard Fuel Tanks) : > 3 Hours
Service Ceilling (MCP) : > 2,900 m
Take-Off Power(TOP) : 1,819 SHP
Maximum Continous Power (MCP) : 1,588 SHP
One Engine In-Operative MCP (OEI-MCP) : 1,783 SHP
Maximum power per engine (OEI) : 1,877 SHP 1,400 KW


4 Possible VIP Configurations