Bell Sikorsky SR76


Since 1977, more than 875 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 178 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 7.5 million hours of safe, successful flight, we are committed to supporting the platform and to continuous product improvements.

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 offs​hore 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).

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