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Eurocopter EC-135


Role Multi-Pupos
Manufacturer Eurocopter
RL First Flight February 15, 1994
RL Introduction 1996
SL First Flight 2017
SL Introduction April 24, 2017
GTFO Code EC135

he Shergood EC-135, is a reproduction of the Eurocopter EC-135 (also known as the Airbus H135), a twin-engine turbine helicopter with FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Control). The EC-135 first entered service in 1996 and is now a popular aircraft for air ambulance, executive transport and police applications.

The cockpit of the Shergood EC-135 features a mix of fully animated digital panels including a PFD and backup analog instruments. Nearly 40 of the switches and controls are fully functional affecting aircraft systems. Engines can be run in automatic or manual mode, and a training mode for practicing single engine operations is also supported.

The SA-FE (Shergood Aviation Flight Engine) engine driving this virtual reproduction was created by an RL helicopter pilot and designed to fly like an RL helicopter. The engine is purely physics based and features independent control of cyclic, collective, throttle and anti-torque pedals enabling true power-off autorotations.

Master Contents

Under-contruction.png Wiki manual for the EC-135 is TBD. Please see the legacy documentation at:


  • Sounds - Lorin Tone
  • Design and Testing - Tsukino Usagi (tsukino.firethorn)
  • Design, Mesh, Textures and Scripting - Kelly Shergood