Eurocopter EC 

The EC multi purpose family of helicopters are fruit of the cooperation between Eurocopter, Catic of China and Singapore Tech. Aerospace.

Except the EC135P1, all EC helicopters use Turbomeca engines.

EC 120 Colibri

Program for a new light single-engine helicopter started in 1992. After some problems with the Chinese production line and issues about certifications first deliveries took place on 1998  

First Flight: 9jun95 ( F-WWPA )
Crew: 2+4
Engine: 1 Arrius 2F of 504 shp
Weights: empty 960 kg, Max.1800
Cargo: 2.94 m3
Speed: 200 Km/h Max.278
Ceiling: 6096 m
Max Range: 770 km

EC 130 B4 Ecureuil / AStar

First unveiled at Heli-Expo 2001, the B4 in spite of being the newest member of the AS 350 series is in fact a hybrid aircraft incorporating components of the EC 120B and a fenestron tailrotor identical to that of the EC 135 featuring a larger cabin than previous Ecureuils

First Flight: 21jun99 ( F-WQES )
Crew: 2+7
Engine: 1 Arriel 2B1 of 847 shp
Weights: empty 1370 kg, Max.2800
Cargo: 3.70 m3
Speed: 150 Km/h Max.287
Ceiling: 7010 m

EC 135 / 635 P1 / T1

Appeared in 1994, this lightweight twin-engine multi-role helicopter incorporates newest technology like a bearingless main rotor (BMR), high performance main rotor blades and low noise ducted tail rotor (Fenestron).

First Flight: 15feb94
Crew: 2+7
Engine: T1: 2xArrius 2B1 of 413 shp or P1:2xPratt & Whitney PW206B
Weights: empty 1490 kg, Max.2900
Cargo: 6.10 m3
Speed: 234 Km/h Max.278
Ceiling: 5180 m

the EC 635 (16jun01) is the military variant of the EC 135 developed for Portugal

EC 145

Last development of the Kawasaki/MBB BK 117 includes many of the upgrades realized in the EC 135. Stretching the fuselage created a 205-cu-ft cabin volume compared to the 120-cu-ft interior volume of prior versions.

First Flight: 12jun99
Crew: 2+7
Engine: 2 Arriel 1E2 of 493 shp
Weights: empty 1800 kg, Max.3585
Cargo: 6.84 m3
Speed: 235 Km/h Max.278
Ceiling: 5400 m