Aircraft whose lift agent is a rotor on a vertical axle.
Antenna that receives and transmits radio signals to communicate with the control tower or another aircraft.
Lever for changing the rotor’s tilt; it is used to steer the helicopter.
Window by the pilot’s feet for seeing the ground when landing.
Spotlight that is aimed at the ground for landing at night.
Tube on which the helicopter lands and rests.
Compartment where the passengers ride.
Step attached to the fuselage for boarding the helicopter.
Reservoir for the helicopter’s fuel.
Compartment for storing luggage.
Opening through which the exhaust gases are evacuated.
Light visible from afar that signals the helicopter’s presence.
Support attached to the tail end of the boom that protects it and the anti-torque tail rotor in the event of a landing with the nose up.
Compartment that contains navigation equipment; the pilot operates the helicopter from here.
Rotating mechanism that transmits the required power and angle.
Long streamlined part of the main rotor that, depending on its angle, lifts and propels the helicopter.
Part of the hub to which the blades are attached.
Center part of the rotor head that connects the driveshaft to the blades.
Part driven by the engine that transmits its rotational movement to the hub.
Long part of the helicopter’s frame that contains a propeller shaft and supports the rear rotor, fin and stabilizers.
Horizontal wing mounted on the tail boom to stabilize the helicopter’s horizontal movement.
Fixed vertical part mounted on the tail boom to keep the helicopter flying straight.
anti-torque tail rotor
Rotor on a horizontal axle that prevents the helicopter from spinning due to the effect of the main rotor.
Opening through which air enters to supply the helicopter’s engine.