Helicopters Product: Fixed Height Side Fuselage Access Platforms AS350

H1.1m W1.4m L2.8m | LH & RH Platforms

Part No: 812.100.15/16
  • Modular aluminium design and construction
  • Lightweight and easy to move
  • Non slip tread
  • Good impact resistance, high rigidity and reduction of weight over steel by 2/3
  • High corrosion and UV resistance providing long life
  • No additional finish – Galvanising or painting
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Fixed Height Side Fuselage Access Platforms AS350 is compatible with:


Fixed Height Side Fuselage Access Platforms AS350

The Fixed Height Side Fuselage Access Platforms AS350 are designed to be used as a pair of platforms (Left Hand & Right Hand) to provide safe and easy access to the helicopter’s fuselage. The set can be used in the hangar or on the ramp. 

The aluminium construction makes the platform robust but lightweight and easy to move and railings around the steps and platforms provide multiple safe working areas.  All surfaces are fitted with slip resistant, self-draining tread.

Easy roll, lockable, swivel castors enable the platform to be moved close to and around the helicopter and “soft” padding protects the helicopter and the platform.  Additionally the platform is fitted with stability jacks to ensure a stable working area.

Left Hand Platform Part No.: 812.100.15

Right Hand Platform Part No.: 812.100.16



812.100.15 AS350 Port Side platform (2)
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