Since 1977, more than 850 S-76® aircraft have been delivered world-wide.
The Offshore mission accounts for 65 percent of the total flight hours accumulated fleet-wide to date. More than 10 percent of the fleet's flight hours have been flown in the critical life-saving missions of Search and Rescue and Helicopter Air Ambulance transportation. The S-76 is well-known for its work in VIP transportation and utility work. Today, it continues dependable service for all of these mission segments.
More than 130 customers operate S-76 helicopters in a Corporate or VIP role. Ten countries rely on the S-76 for the Head of State mission.
Sikorsky is proud of the S-76 fleet’s legacy. With more than 7 million hours of service, we are committed to supporting the platform and to continuous product improvements.
Sikorsky S-76® Mission Segments
the S-76 answers the call for these varied mission segments.
Search and Rescue
Offshore Oil and Gas
Here's How the S-76D™ Stands Out
Introduced in 1977, the S-76 series has had a long legacy of supporting our customers with reliability and comfort. Originally built for the rigorous demands of the offshore oil & gas transportation, its capabilities fit naturally into other market segments, such as Executive transport, SAR, Airline and Helicopter Emergency Medical/Air Ambulance Services.
Earlier versions of the S-76 helicopter include The S-76ATM and S-76A+TM helicopters (307 built), S-76BTM helicopter (103 built) and S-76CTM , S-76C+TM helicopters (191 built), and S-76C++TMhelicopters (214 built).
Sikorsky S-76C+ Model Upgrades to S-76C++
Not just an engine change…but a full configuration update. An affordable way to extend the life of your aircraft and increase its residual value. Certified upgrade to meet the full TCOS specification – S-76 is equipped with two aerial 2S2 engines.
- Improved performance, up to 8% more power and 500lbs payload
- Increased mission readiness through reliability
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Improved workload with dual channel DECU
Contact us for a full listing of options and details.
Engineering the Future of Vertical Lift
From the flight of the world's first practical helicopter in 1939, Sikorsky has remained the industry leader through its commitment to innovation, excellence and safety.