The S-76 helicopter's been in continuous production for over 42 years. At least once a decade, Sikorsky engineers update the helicopter with a newer engine and/or avionics to keep it competitive. Over its lifetime, the S-76 has been powered by various engine families to enhance performance, range and reliability. The S-76 delivers a whole lot more performance, less noise and a better cockpit than the S-76C. Its new engine and rotor system performs better overall, including with higher payloads under Cat A operating conditions. A platform with more than eight million trusted and supported flight hours, the S-76 answers the call for these varied mission segments.
Flightcrew of two. Max seating for 12 or 13 passengers at 79cm (31in) pitch in oil rig support aircraft. VIP configurations offered in six or eight passenger seat form. EMS configured aircraft can accommodate one or two stretchers and four medical attendants.
- Crew: 2
- Capacity: 12 or 13 passengers
- Length: 52 ft 6 in (16.00 m) from tip of main rotor to tip of tail rotor
- Width: 10 ft (3.05 m) at horizontal stabilizer
- Height: 14 ft 6 in (4.42 m) to tip of tail rotor
- Empty weight: 7,005 lb (3,177 kg) in utility configuration
- Gross weight: 11,700 lb (5,307 kg)
- Fuel capacity: 281 US gallons (1,064 liters), with 50 or 102 US gallons (189 or 386 liters) available in auxiliary tanks
- Power plant: 2 × Turbomeca Arriel 2S2 turbo shaft, 922 shp (688 kW) each
- Main rotor diameter: 44 ft 0 in (13.41 m)
- Maximum speed: 155 kn (178 mph; 287 km/h) at maximum takeoff weight at sea level in standard atmospheric conditions
- Cruise speed: 155 kn (178 mph; 287 km/h) maximum cruise speed is the same as maximum speed
- Range: 411 nmi (473 mi; 761 km) no reserves, at long-range cruise speed at 4,000 ft altitude
- Service ceiling: 13,800 ft (4,200 m)