Sikorsky S-92A

The Sikorsky S-92A is a twin-engine, medium-lift helicopter that can be adapted for a variety of missions including search and rescue, offshore oil transportation, civil transport and utility transport.

It accommodates 19 passengers with comparable seating space to a fixed-wing commercial airliner in a 733 sq ft (68.1 m2) interior cabin area which can also be configured to accommodate up to three airline-style LD3 cargo containers. The S-92A cabin is 6 feet high by 6 feet wide, which allows most people full standing room.Additional stowage space is available in the 140 sq ft (13 m2) area located in the aft ramp compartment.

The S-92A is powered by twin GE CT7-8A turboshaft engines.

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Sikorsky S-76C

Introduced in 1977, the S-76 series has had a long legacy of supporting its customers with reliability and comfort. Originally built for the rigorous demands of the offs hore oil market, its capabilities fit naturally into other market segments, such as executive transport, SAR, Airline and helicopter Emergency Medical Services.

Earlier versions of the S-76 helicopter include the S-76A and S-76A helicopters (307 built), S-76B helicopter (103 built) and S-76C, S-76C+TM helicopters (191 built), and Sikorsky S-76C helicopters (214 built). These machines, fitted with Turbomeca Arriel 1S1 engines, continue to be productive assets for operators worldwide and Sikorsky solidly supports them through its Sikorsky Aerospace Services division.