Military training platform

Reduced operating costs
70% lower than other
3 blade training helicopters
3 blades
tactical flight
NextGen technology
modern & adjustable


The Cabri G2 uses only the latest technology, previously unknown in this class:

  • Main structure constructed entirely of carbon fiber composite, corrosion and fatigue-free,
  • Main rotor head fully articulated on elastomerics bearings,
  • Fenestron® tail rotor, maintenance-free, with high damage tolerance,
  • Advanced electronics, protected against electro-magnetic interference,
  • Electrical wiring harness compliant with the latest standards: Kapton® insulation, waterproof connectors, lightning protection.

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  • Fully certified
  • Superior flying qualities
  • Most advanced antitorque system
  • The crash safety revolution

The perfect helicopter for autorotation training

The Cabri G2 main rotor was designed with training as a priority, to allow safe and reliable autorotation practice.

The composite rotor blades have very high inertia. They provide autorotation performance which exceeds the minimum US Army requirement by 50%, and is twice that of some popular training helicopters.

In order to assist the pilot in autorotation, the rotor & engine tachometer graphics were designed by consultation with experienced instructors.

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Airframe crashworthiness

The Cabri G2 is the first piston-engine helicopter to be designed and certified in Europe. It is the first piston-engine helicopter initially certified by EASA. The certification is by far the most stringent ever achieved in this category.

  • Monocoque construction
  • Composite material
  • No calendar-limited components
  • No maintenance
  • Easily repairable
  • Lightning certified

High inertia rotor system

With its semi-articulated, three-bladed rotor, using innovative technologies, the Cabri G2 offers a unique combination of maneuverability and stability.

Flight tested and certified in conditions far exceeding those of existing piston engines helicopters, the Cabri G2 can be flown safely in a wide flight envelope, previously reserved to the most advanced turbine helicopters including strong winds and turbulence.

in tactical training


  • Polish Airforce since 2013
  • Kenya Army since 2009
  • Kenya Air Force since 2009
  • Kenya Police Air Wing since 2012
  • Malawi Defence Force since 2018
  • Nigeria Air Force since 2018
  • South African Police Service Air Wing since 2005
  • Namibian Police Air Wing 2008-2016
  • Botswana Police Air Wing and Defence Force 2007-2015
  • Senegal since 2013

Government Offshore

  • VNH in Vietnam
  • Heli Union

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